The big beige bins that a number of Dillon residents visit regularly to drop off paper, cans, plastic and other recyclables are getting moved and dropped off themselves at a new location this week.
The bins will today finish their migration from the narrow patch of land on the east side of South Railroad Street across from the Beaverhead...
The Montana Western defense regularly invaded the offensive backfield to register tackles for losses during its shutdown, shutout performance in the Bulldogs final scrimmage last Friday on Vigilante Field.
“Compliments to the defense,” said Montana Western Head Coach BJ Robertson, whose Bulldogs will play their season opener at...
Decisions, NEVER that rain of pain allowed its forever reign! So it’s really, so, becoming, “Come here,” no date slips by! Sunrise plugged-in is in love with a lot. But, do we have, enough time? Today too what is it, we most need? Wisdom’s speed, “Good of you to stop by, we simply need...
To the editor,
Well, the unthinkable has happened on my recent trip to Montana. Last seen in Dillon, Montana at either the Sundowner Motel or Mac’s Last Cast Bar … perhaps there or Bannack State Park parking lot to Wisdom’s Antler Saloon my hat of 35 years was lost.
A “government plate” pick-up...
On Aug. 6, 2014, I sat through the City Council meeting and heard the various reports including some that the Council Members had serious discussion about. I heard a member of the Main Street committee ask the Council to be placed on the Street and Alley Committee agenda after making reference to two grant applications...
To the editor,
Sixty-seven years ago, a fellow-student in my Oklahoma engineering studies was puzzled as I aided him in his struggle with a math problem. “Why are you helping me?” I responded, “Why not?” He said, “I’m a Jew, and no one back east ever showed kindness to me.”
John Louis Corman passed away at his home on August 10th 2014.
He was born September 3rd 1950 in Wichita, Kansas, the second child to John Wesley and Evelyn Marie Corman.
They moved to Dillon in 1954 and he grew up on the Rock Island (now known as the Matador) Ranch.
He went to grade school in Dillon and graduated from Beaverhead Co. High...
Pat died unexpectedly in Elliston on July 27.
A gathering of family and friends was held in Elliston at the Elliston School Gym on Aug. 4.
He is survived by: his wife, Vicky; stepchildren Lathan (Michelle) DeLeo and Sabrina Stewart; grandchildren Caleb, Shylee, Gabriel, Carson, Trevin and Tristan; parents Lou and Diane Kluesner, of Lima;...
Roy Alvin Love, of Syracuse, UT, died July 31 of complications following knee replacement surgery.
He was born on the family ranch in Ennis on Aug. 26, 1934, to Earl Noble Love and Pearl Cassidy Love. He always called the Madison Valley “home.” The cowboy loved hunting, fishing, rodeo and his horses.
In 1956, Roy won the Montana...
Nick Tomaskie III passed away at the age of 40 on August 3, 2014, after a lengthy illness, in Missoula, Montana.
“Though your life on earth was troubled, you can now go rest high on that mountain”
Nick is survived by his Mother, Gail Proulx Fuglestad (Paul), Father, Nick Tomaskie Jr. (Laree), sisters Kasi Lynn Tomaskie, Cara...