Monthly archive

November, 2017

  • At last week's Dillon City Council meeting, Police Chief Don Guiberson urged members of the city's government to abide by the wishes of Dillon voters. For the full story, see the print edition of this week's Dillon Tribune.
  • In addition to addressing numerous other matters at its meeting last week, the Dillon City Council added about six weeks to the four-year term as city judge that a local attorney won from the local electorate the previous week and decided on how to deal with another succession issue. For the full story, see this week's print edition of the Dillon...
  • Let the league conference games begin! The University of Montana Western men’s and women’s basketball teams both wrapped up their early season slates in the last two weeks in preparation for the early start to their Frontier Conference campaigns set to commence next week with high expectations. The Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs will welcome I-15...
  • WEATHER Monday: About a 30 percent chance of precipitation in late afternoon, when temperatures will drop to around freezing from an early afternoon high in the mid-40s and SSW winds will continue at around 15 mph, with gusts up to 30 mph that could drive wind-chill temperatures into the teens. Monday Night: Temperatures should hover around...
  • WEATHER Friday: Temperatures will rise steadily from just below freezing at dawn to a high of around 34 degrees in the early afternoon, when there will be around a 20 percent chance of precipitation and winds will shift to from the west and increase in force to around 15 mph, with gusts around double that velocity. Temperatures will decrease into...
  • The Montana Western men's and women's basketball teams picked up the pace late to win tough games last week. For the full stories, see the print edition of this week's Dillon Tribune.
  • Montana Western football honored its seniors with a pregame ceremony, its core ideals with a hard-working, never-say-die performance and its fans with a terrifically entertaining game against Rocky Mountain College at Vigilante Field on Saturday. For a full recap of the game, see the print edition of this week's Dillon Tribune.
  • The Dillon Elementary School District #10 Board of Trustees last week found out it would need to look for a new superintendent and endorsed a quintet of resolutions from a state group. About halfway through the approximately hour-long meeting last Tuesday, SD #10 Superintendent Dr. Glen Johnson announced this week that he would be leaving his post...
  • WEATHER Monday: Mostly sunny, with temperatures rising from around freezing at dawn into the mid-50s in the afternoon, when there will be a 15 percent chance of precipitation and winds from the south will pick up to over 10 mph and gusts could reach 25 mph. Monday Night: Chance of precipitation will rise to around 25 percent after midnight, when...
  • Montana Western and Rocky Mountain College staged a Game of the Season to close out their seasons on Saturday in Dillon, where the Bears overcame the Bulldogs in overtime, 48-42. For a full recap of the game, see Wednesday's print edition of the Dillon Tribune.