Montana Western ended its streak of frustration against Southern Oregon and the Raiders' hopes for a playoff berth with a resounding 43-24 victory over SOU in Dillon on Saturday.
The Bulldogs took control of the game in the second quarter with four unanswered touchdowns--three scored in a span of just over three minutes--and never let their guests...
MLE Mason, (also known as “Mert”) born Esther M. Leslie November 30, 1922, to Jeff and Esther Leslie in Sherman, Texas, passed away October 24.
Her passions were gardening, knitting, crocheting, scuba diving, driving an 18-wheeler across the country for Mayflower Moving Vans, hot chocolate, her cats and dogs, and crossword puzzles.
Montana Western kept its postseason hopes alive with a 30-20 victory over College of Idaho on Homecoming Saturday in Dillon.
The no. 25 Bulldogs burst to a 17-0 lead before the game was ten minutes old and the rest of the way stayed at least a step and a half ahead of a Coyotes team that never let their hosts quite run away with the contest.
The deal finally went down.
Three years after acquiring it with high hopes for its utility, the City of Dillon closed on the sale of the Sammy Johnson Property earlier this month.
The deal to sell the property to David Schuett for $235,000 was finalized after the City Council unanimously endorsed it last month.
Owner of Frontline Ag Solutions,...
Dillon, Beaverhead County and other areas in southwest Montana were plunged into the technology dark ages Monday when a fiber optic cable near Helena became severed by a private contractor doing some type of utility ground work, according to Three Rivers Communication CEO David Gibson of Fairfield. Gibson described the cable, three to four...
Dorothy Rebich Meine, 86, passed away Thursday morning, October 6, at Barrett Hospital in Dillon, surrounded by her family. She died of a broken heart, which the best medical care and loving support and encouragement from her entire family and close friends could not fix.
Dorothy Ann Rebich was born September 4, 1930, the sixth of eleven children...
Montana Tech took control in the second half to subdue Montana Western, 35-20, in Butte on Saturday.
Behind All-American RB Nolan Sarceni (149 yards rushing and 3 TDs), Tech drove for a touchdown in the third quarter and another in the fourth to take a commanding 35-14 lead that Western could only dent with a last-second TD pass from JD Ferris to...
The repeal of Dillon’s longtime “open container law” by the City Council through an ordinance passed at its Sept. 21 meeting continues to generate a lot of discussion and controversy in the community about the public consumption of alcohol.
But a measure included in the same ordinance passed that night dealt with another hot...
Fifth Judicial District Judge Loren Tucker sent an e-mail to members of the judicial system at Beaverhead County Courthouse on Sept. 22, informing them that he plans to retire in January to spend quality time with his family.
A public notice of the retirement came from Chief Justice Mike McGrath on Friday, announcing that applications were being...
"Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds."
Dogs though, are a different matter.
Dillon Postmaster Gary Tenda is reaching out to the Dillon community in hopes that by working together, customers, dogs and letter carriers can all exist in the same space...