Monthly archive

June, 2014

  •   On June11, Jane Dodd joined family and friends in her eternal resting place. Born December 29, 1924, in Anaconda, Jane was the middle child of Frank and Matilda Marchesseau. She grew up in the Grasshopper Valley with her sister, Delia, her brother, Bud, and numerous cousins. She was very proud of being a Marchesseau and from the Grasshopper...
  •   The Dillon Cubs coasted through the 25th Annual Maybelle Arthur Tournament, and likely final one at Vigilante Field, going 4-0 to keep the trophy for Dillon's only American Legion tourney here in town for the year. With the Bitterroot Bucs dropping out the competition on Thursday, tourney officials were forced to shrink the two-day...
  • Our NEED to Co-exist INDEED Worthy of MENTION will AGAIN = WELCOME! *Surreal that smart phone, little need for retention, no choice, snow stops, crawl hungry → here increasing real sunshine my pet little sparrow Soh-Q’t will SING!  Bite the bullet, metaphor for hell you’re dead!  Psyche-I is in!  In its proper light...
  • President Obama’s announcement earlier this month of new regulations requiring reductions in carbon emissions from the nation’s coal-fired power plants brought the predictable howls of doom from industry representatives, conservatives and lawmakers from coal-producing states. "The president’s plan would indeed cause a surge...
  •   Beaverhead County Election Administrator Debbie Scott reported to the Beaverhead County Commissioners that the election totals balanced following the mandatory election canvas on Monday. One outcome of the primary election was that Lima, Dillon and Beaverhead County voters have called for a local government review of all three jurisdictions...
  •   Its official grand opening takes place Saturday from noon to 8 p.m. But Beaverhead Brewing Company will be open the rest of this week and already attracted big crowds during a test run last weekend, when the thirsty and curious filled its 1,400-square-foot tasting room to sample its beer and the impressive renovation of the nearly century-...
  • UPBEAT QUESTIONS WHY, WHEN, WHERE? A SINCERE EFFORT TO KEEP ANSWERS SHORT No part of the world a finer place to see, feel the strength of on-going color, fabric intact, in people-speak stay to learn the patterned way.  No question why, first, last, survival asking only, when will, we be strongly enough set?  Already in too many other...
  • By Cally Carswell High Country News The big question of the 2014 midterm elections -- other than, "Eric Cantor lost?!" --  is which party will emerge with control of the U.S. Senate. A number of Western states will host Senate races this year – Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and Alaska – but...
  •   To the editor,   Dear Mr. Wally Klose. I am so very sorry I upset you with the truth! I know the truth hurts many people and I know you will never get over the truth. You mention in your comments , “look at how many people are out of work”. Mr. Klose, just what group voted to shut down the Government and put millions out of...
  •   Essie Lillian Whatley Later died June 4, surrounded by her family. Essie was born on March 20, 1926, to Enoch L. and Hettie C. (Hughes) Whatley, in Glenmora, LA. She graduated from Beaver Creek High School in Oakdale, LA. From there, she went to San Antonio, TX, and worked and met her soul mate, Dick Later. From there, they moved to Dillon...