Monthly archive

October, 2017

  • The University of Montana Western football team used a powerful running attack and some long TD passes to post a 30-21 victory over Eastern Oregon University on Saturday at Vigilante Field in Dillon. The win evened the Bulldogs' overall record at 4-4 and improved their Frontier Conference mark to 4-3, while EOU fell to 2-5. For a full recap of...
  • Mayoral candidates Tom Straugh and Mike Klakken, as well as city judge contenders Paul Pilgrim and Kaylan Minor in the City of Dillon's municipal election answered questions posed to them by the Dillon Tribune. For the answers, see the past two weeks print editions of the Dillon Tribune.
  • The Dillon City Council on at its meeting Wednesday dealt with financial dispute concerning a local non-profit at its meeting on Wednesday. For a full recap of the meeting, see next week's print edition of the Dillon Tribune.
  • WEATHER Friday: Cloudy, with about a 20 percent chance of rain in the early afternoon, when winds from the west could increase to around 20 mph and temperatures will begin to decline from their noon high of near 60 degrees toward a low of around 40 at dusk. Friday Night: Little chance of precipitation, with temperatures dropping below freezing...
  • WEATHER Monday: Sunny and warm, with high temperatures in the mid-60s and almost no chance of precipitation, with SSW winds of around 10 mph all day and some gusts to 20 mph. Monday Night: Chances of precipitation will remain negligible, with temperatures declining throughout the night to near freezing by dawn with wind chill temps in the 20s due...
  • EVENTS Art Walk Fri. The Southwest Montana Arts Council will hold its annual Fall Art Walk in locations around downtown Dillon on the evening of Friday, Oct. 13. For more information, go to smacarts.org. Annual short play festival continues The 15th Annual 10-Minute Play Festival will be staged nightly at 7:30 p.m. through Sunday, Oct. 15, in the...
  • The BCHS volleyball team last week continued to thrive when playing its closest neighbors and find difficulties against competition out of the Bitterroot Valley. For the full article, see this week's Dillon Tribune.
  • Revisions to City of Dillon’s animal ordinances that spent much of the past year working their way through the machinery of city government finally gained final approval from the Dillon City Council at its meeting last week. But not before a final twist of the tale. And a few flicks of tail feathers. For the full article, see this week's print...