The long, winding and often bewildering road traveled by the Bannack Street/Railroad Street CTEP project took another sharp turn on Monday when the Dillon City Council’s Street and Alley Committee voted unanimously to re-approve the project.
The vote came just over five years after the Street and Alley Committee and the full City...
Breezing through a light agenda, Beaverhead County High School District trustees gave unanimous nods Monday evening to final readings of policies relating to encouragement of family involvement with the school, as well as promising to incorporate writing in all aspects of the curriculum and strengthening rules relating to conduct by all...
Once again led by their strong contingent of female athletes, the Dillon track and field team excelled at the Darby-Florence Invite last Thursday in Corvallis, where the Beaver girls won their second meet of the young season and the local boys placed third in a field of 14 teams.
The Dillon girls actually returned home thinking that they...
The Dillon Cubs opened their season on Saturday at Vigilante Field, where they dropped both games of a doubleheader to the visiting Bitterroot Red Sox.
MJ Simkins got the nod from Cubs Head Coach Aaron Orme as Dillon’s opening game starter. A senior, Simkins is one of the ace pitchers returning from last year’s Cubs team....
Youngsters in the toddler division -- urged on by excited camera-wielding parents -- start across the grass to pick up prize-laden plastic Easter eggs, toothpaste samples and fruit-flavored bottle beverages, all part of the fun at the Jaycees' annual Easter egg hunt at Vigilante Park.
Erratic winds and dry conditions made things tough for Beaverhead County firefighters attempting to get a brush fire south of Pipe Organ Rock along the Beaverhead River under control April 10.
Dubbed the Hanneberry Cabin Fire, the blaze was first reported at about 2 p.m. It was still burning Thursday night, though it was 60 percent contained by...
Mayor Mike Klakken reported at the April 2 City Council meeting that the Council’s Finance Committee had at its meeting earlier that day agreed to relieve him of paying a controversial legal bill.
The $2,766 bill covered legal work performed by attorney Adam Shaw, of Dillon law firm Erb & Suenram.
Klakken hired the firm after a...
The Beaverhead County High School third quarter Honor Roll:
Freshmen 3.00-3.99 — Allen, Jaymee M; Amsbury, Mariah Marie; Anderson, Justin James; Bacon, Valorie Faye; Berriochoa, Bailey Ella; Chilson, Jayden Elizabeth; Christiansen, Kylie Lynn; Cox, Kaycee Lea; Cross, Bailey Nicole; Doering, Bailee Marie; Ellis, Tristen Tyrel; Fischer...
6th grade 4.0 – Tess Davis, Jolee Gillis, Nicolas Johnston, Kylee Pittman, Lucy Wright.
6th grade A – Hunter Bockting, Morgan Bowman, Brandon Elmer, Peter Gibson, Paeden Hammer, Darbey Holland, Josey Jones, Matthew Knight, Natalia Lagunas, Shylee Ledbetter, Taylor Lovaas, Jade Morast, Justus Peterson, Toby Simonsen, Tyler Sitz,...
To the editor,
Is this an April Fool’s joke? You want how much money for a water meter? Talk is cheap, until you call a lawyer. The tax payers of Dillon and the City of Dillon just got water metered. Just remember, a lawyer is someone who helps you get what’s coming to him.
LaVon D. Brillhart