The status quo won a landslide victory in Dillon’s municipal elections last week.
Dillon voters rejected several proposed changes to how city government operates and re-elected eight local government officials, while Lima voters endorsed two unopposed candidates for their City Council.
“The proposals we presented to the voters of the...
Dillon Police said the department’s investigation into the latest bomb hoax levied against local schools is funneling toward a leading suspect.
“We’re honing in on an individual, a student at the elementary school,” Dillon Police Chief Paul Craft told the Dillon Tribune on Monday of the investigation into a bomb threat that...
The 15th annual Festival of Trees will take place Nov. 20 and 21 at the Dillon Elks Lodge. The event annually raises funds for select groups and this year the Dillon Public Library and the Beaverhead Search and Rescue will benefit from the efforts of the committee.
According to spokesperson Maryellen Wilkerson, the library would like to add...
The inaugural season for the University of Montana Western Cross Country team is nearing the finish line.
Both the men’s and women’s squads are competing in the Frontier Conference meet on Friday Nov. 6 in Great Falls, looking for a chance to qualify for the NAIA Cross Country Championships held in Charlotte, North Carolina on Nov. 21...
The second bomb scare in the past two weeks and the sixth threat of violence aimed at a Dillon school in the past two years led to the evacuation of Parkview Elementary on Thursday afternoon.
Like all the previous threats, Wednesday’s bomb scare turned out to be a hoax.
School District 10 notified parents via automated telephone calls...
While local children spent their Halloween Trick-or-Treating on the streets of Dillon, the Montana Western volleyball team pulled the biggest trick of all from up its sleeve by knocking off the fifth-ranked team in the nation on Saturday.
In a five-set battle that will haunt the dreams of the Battlin' Bears for a long time, Western earned its...
The BCHS Volleyball team put an end to its 2015 regular season last week by facing two of the best Class A teams in the state.
And although the Beavers dropped their matches to Corvallis and Belgrade, the team continued to show growth as it heads into the Western Divisional playoffs this week in Hamilton.
The Beavs began the week on the road as...
There will not be many secrets when Dillon hosts Billings Central Saturday, 1 p.m., at Vigilante Field. The Montana Class A Playoff quarterfinal football game will be just the latest of regular meetings near the end of the season between the two schools.
In fact, the two teams have met in the state title game in three of the past four years, with...
The Twin Bridges Falcons advanced to the second round of the Class C eight-man football playoffs by beating Victor, 34-8, in Twin on Saturday.
The Falcons defense shut out the Victor offense, with the visitors only points coming from a kickoff return late in the second quarter.
The Twin D gave up just 118 total yards of offense and only allowed...
Bella Hristova, winner of the prestigious 2013 Avery Fisher Career Grant, will grace the stage at UM-Western Beier Auditorium on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 7:30 p.m.
The musician, who has a growing international career as a soloist and recording artist, is brought to our community by the Dillon Concert Association, as part of its current concert....