Monthly archive

January, 2014

  •   After a long absence from city government, Swede Troedsson has returned to the Dillon City Council, a body he previously served on for 12 years. Troedsson earned a spot again on the Council in November, when he won the Ward 4 seat vacated by retiring Councilperson Randy Gustine. “People came up and congratulated me after the election...
  •   The Class A Dillon Beavers wiped out Class B Whitehall on Thursday and then in the featured event on the week, suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of Helena Capital in a battle of the top-ranked AA and A schools. Capital bounced Dillon to 10-1 on the season with a 61-46 victory at Dillon’s B.W. Lodge Gym. “It...
  •   Roxy Reidelbach, 69, of Big Timber, and formerly of Livingston, passed away January 4, at her home in Big Timber, due to complications of cancer, diabetes, and heart and lung disease. Roxy was born February 4, 1944, to Edwin and Ruth DeYoung, in Lansing, MI. She married Leo Reidelbach in 1978. Roxy and Leo managed the Stockman Bar &...
  •   The Dillon Beavers, fresh off receiving the top ranking in the first Montana Class A power poll, traveled to Helena High last Thursday and picked up a big non-conference victory against the AA Bengals. After consecutive battles against quality foes Butte Central, Stevensville and Helena, the Beavers returned to B.W. Lodge Gym and did what...
  •   The Dillon Lady Beavers got a double dose of what they have been handing out all season, with a 32-52 home loss to Helena High on Thursday night, and a setback two days later in Hamilton, where the Lady Broncos beat Dillon, 51-37, to take over the Southwest A conference lead. The Helena Lady Bengals stepped out of the AA class to face the 6...
  •   To the editor,   I didn’t know what to think of Ray Shaw attacking Senator Tester and his Forest jobs bill until I saw news he just filed for reelection.  His versions of facts were so far off, it’s now clear this was pure partisanship at its worst.  His letter appearing in December across Montana was curious...