Monthly archive

August, 2016

  • The Beaverhead County High School volleyball team found more than hope for the season ahead at last weekend’s Western A Tip Off Tournament in Whitefish. The Lady Beavs demonstrated some of the inner qualities necessary to realize their hopes and dreams for a successful 2016 campaign. “At Whitefish this weekend for the Western A Tip Off...
  • If you have listened to Montana gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte speak on his economic plans, one key area regarding jobs is to bring the state’s kids home with high paying jobs in the technology sector. Gianforte and his wife founded and grew RightNow Technologies in Bozeman before selling the business to the multi-national...
  • The Dillon Beaver football program has been an elite Class A machine since winning their first state title in 2000. In the years since, the Beavers have played in 10 state A championship games and have won seven titles. Dillon has played in five straight championships, winning three. Rick Nordahl enters his fourth season as head coach (over two...
  • The University of Montana Western volleyball team came out of a tournament in Butte last weekend with another match win and .500 record for the young season. The Lady Bulldogs (4-4) on Saturday morning took out Dickinson State in four sets, 25-13, 25-21, 23 -25 , 25-22. That victory followed tight losses on Friday to Corban University and...
  • Grizzly bear sightings have been confirmed on a few occasions this summer in the Upper Big Hole River area, according to a press release from the Big Hole Watershed Committee. Kevin Frey of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks confirmed photographs and tracks seen this summer are grizzly bear. “It’s hard to say if we are seeing one bear or...
  • The 19th season of Dillon Football League Kids’ Flag Football will begin with the first games on Sept. 17. Registration forms are currently available at the Dillon Tribune, Parkview Elementary and the Dillon Middle School. With a flexible deadline of Sept. 12. it is never too late to register for the DFL. Ideally, forms will be submitted by...
  • Jo Ann Juliano and John Schuyler (pronounced Skyler) enter the homes of Beaverhead County residents every weekday morning with friendly chatter and the week’s news items. They have become familiar voices to the radio listening public and Dillon’s staunchest cheerleaders. The morning banter between Jo Ann, John and Lee Pelletier becomes...
  • Beverly Hren passed away August 25, at Barrett Memorial Hospital. Beverly was born in Lima on January 20, 1932. She attended schools in Lima and enjoyed hunting and fishing with her Dad. She earned a teaching degree from Western Montana College. In 1952, she married John Hren Jr. John and Beverly made their home on the family ranch south of Dillon...
  • Now that the focus has shifted to the upcoming trials of the outlaws who took over Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge offices last January, we might recall that the actual, physical occupation lasted for a total of 41 days. In many ways, however, it never ended, and there is every reason to conclude that the occupiers won. The refuge...
  • DATE OPPONENT PLACE TIME Sept. 6 Park Away 4:30 p.m. Sept. 13 Butte High Away 4 p.m. Sept. 19 Butte Central Home 4:30 p.m. Sept. 26 Hamilton Home 4:30 p.m. Oct. 3 Frenchtown Away 4:30 p.m. Oct. 10 Corvallis Away 4:30 p.m. Oct. 17 Stevensville Away 4:30 p.m.