Monthly archive

September, 2014

  • Personal that seagulls overhead would cry, dive, a whistling whoosh, I’m smiling!  Caressingly near not just a crap shoot, sunshine yellow + sky blue will have to be just never, less, less GREEN, “Hey, pump-pump here weird, or uncanny?”  If odd, not queer, girly kisses of tone like sunlight + blue = GREEN, I’m...
  •     To the citizens of Beaverhead County,   We want to encourage you to begin a grassroots movement to bring a non-discrimination ordinance (NDO) to vote in your town. It was unfortunate that the City Council vote on 3-Sep-14 allowed six council members and a few opponents to bring the NDO discussion to a halt in your fine town....
  •   The driver of a stolen vehicle led local law enforcement on a wild car chase through Dillon last Thursday evening at speeds up to 50 miles per hour before crashing and escaping on foot. “We haven’t found the guy yet,” said Beaverhead County Sheriff Jay Hansen. The individual has been identified. We are not releasing that...
  •   The Dillon City Council last Wednesday rejected, by a vote of 2 to 6, a proposed ordinance designed to discourage discrimination in the city based on sexual orientation or gender identity and expression. “Basically, what I asked for in the ordinance was protection for LGBT people – lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders...
  •   The Beaverhead County Commissioners adopted the 2014-15 final budget at their weekly meeting Sept. 2. The budget included appropriations 1.5% lower than the previous year. “I believe, in layman’s terms, to live within your means,” said Commission Chairman Tom Rice.  The commissioners included within appropriations a 2...
  •   “Where would you rather be, than right here, right now?” Montana Western Defensive Coordinator Rob Goode asked his players just before the start of overtime in the Dawgs’ game against Rocky Mountain College at Vigilante Field on Saturday. Nobody in the packed stadium could have likely come up with a viable answer to that...
  •   Thar’s still gold in that thar downtown Dillon establishment known as The Klondike—in the form of good food and drink, and casino game payouts. Despite the departure of its previous owners last month, The Klondike continues to operate, thanks to Chip and Casey Rule, the local realtors who took over the property and decided to...
  •   The Dillon boys placed four golfers in the top ten on their way to claiming the team title and defending their home turf at last Friday’s 2014 Beaverhead Invitational, which featured players from five schools competing on the Beaverhead Golf Course. Parker Love again led BCHS, shooting a 39 on both the front and back nines to become...
  •   Defending Class A state champion Dillon remain undefeated under second-year head coach Rick Nordahl after Friday night’s 47-0 dismantling of Polson in a non-conference home opener at Vigilante Field. The Beavers scored on four of their first five possessions and pitched a defensive shutout to post the victory. “It was a great...
  • This Saturday, Beaverhead County High School’s cross country teams head north for their third meet of the season, the Anaconda Invitational at Washoe Park. The Anaconda meet, which winds along trails beside Warm Springs Creek, is a favorite course for area runners. Races begin at 10 a.m. Last year, Dillon’s boys’ and girls...