Monthly archive

June, 2017

  • A cluster of a half-dozen serious crimes in one day in Dillon last week led to the arrest of one man. For the full article, see this week's print edition of the Dillon Tribune.
  • A pair of Dillon students recently found that going to the dogs could be fun, educational and profitable. Lauryn Petersen and Sage Hansen teamed up this spring to create homemade dog biscuits and sell them locally to explore the world of small business ownership as part of a project for their seventh-grade language arts at Dillon Middle School....

May, 2017

  • Teachers ratify deal By M.P. Regan Dillon School District 10’s tenured teachers last week finalized their vote to unanimously endorse a tentative, one-year deal hammered out last month between negotiators representing their union and the SD 10 Board of Trustees. Under the terms of the accord, each teacher at Parkview Elementary and...
  • Ned passed away May 24. He was born to Rela A. and Hattie (Calloway) Wellborn on June 19, 1926, at their homestead in Johnson Gulch up Medicine Lodge. He lived there for a few years with his parents, his older sister, June, and his younger brother, Bill. They later moved to Armstead and he attended schools there and in Lima. In his younger years,...
  • Dillon's Adrianne Southam & Tessa Sawyer won the girls doubles title with another pair of match victories on Friday at the Montana State A Tennis Tournament in Kalispell. Look to the print edition of the Dillon Tribune on Wednesday for a full recap of Southam & Sawyer's triumph, along with a report on the Beaver boys and girls tennis teams...
  • Memorial Day Weekend Guide WEEKEND WEATHER Friday Night: GARDENERS’ AND FARMERS’ ALERT: Wind chill values could get to freezing from a low of about 37 degrees and NNE winds of 7–13 mph. Saturday: Highs reaching about 65 under partly cloudy skies with SW winds under 10 mph. Saturday Night: Lows of about 40 with NNW winds to 7 mph. Sunday: Highs to...
  • Robert (Bob) Henry Walsh passed away Sunday May 21, at the family ranch after an extended illness. Bob was born on May 17, 1930 to Elizabeth (Davis) Walsh and Carter E. Walsh at the family ranch home near Stockton, California. His great-grandfather arrived in Stockton and San Joaquin County after traveling from New York as a hunter for the John...
  • The Lady Beavers’ top doubles pairing won two matches to move into the semifinals of their bracket and remain the standard bearers for their Dillon girls team’s title hopes, while the BCHS boys kept players alive in the back draw Thursday at the two-day Montana State A Tennis Tournament in Kalispell. Dillon’s Tessa Sawyer & Adrianne Southam...
  • WEATHER FORECAST Today, Monday, May 22: Little chance of participation, with mostly sunny skies and relatively light winds and high near 70 degrees, up from an early morning low of about 40. Tonight: Lows back down near 40 again under partly cloudy skies, with winds up to 11 mph. Tuesday: Sunny skies with highs near 75 and southwest winds up to 10...
  • RaeCille “Sis” Dawson, 72, of Boulder, received a call on May 12, with an offer to paint the most incredible landscape view imaginable. She was embraced by the loving arms of her family and in the comfort of her home as the call was accepted. Her journey began in Butte on April 23, 1945, born to Weston and Isabella Strasser. Prior to graduating...