Stanley “Jack” Ripley, 76, of Dillon, passed away on May 3, surrounded by his loving family, following complications from surgery in Missoula.
Jack was born in Jamestown, ND, on Aug. 4, 1938, and graduated from high school at the age of 16. He worked for Al Tescher, who took him under his wing on a ranch in The Badlands near...
William (Bill) P. Nelson passed away peacefully April 23, in Arizona, with his family by his side. Bill was born to Fred and Margaret Nelson on Nov. 27, 1929. He married Margaret (Louise) Rogers Aug. 25, 1950, Louise passed away in March 2013. Bill has three surviving children: Fritz Nelson, Scott (Ruthanne) Nelson and Paula (Dave) Seaholm...
The University of Montana Western will award 440 degrees to 385 students at commencement ceremonies on Saturday.
Registrar and Director of Institutional Research Charity Walters said the class of 2015 represents 26 states with 75 percent coming from Montana. Walters also said this year’s graduating class is 61 percent female and 39...
The Dillon boys and girls track and field teams both gained top honors at the Dillon Invitational track meet last Tuesday, and then on Saturday in Anaconda got one last chance to size up the conference competition before divisionals next weekend.
On a blistering hot day in Dillon that left most of the athletes with sunburn, the Dillon...
Art, live music, shopping deals, refreshments, social interaction and their many fans will blossom all over downtown Dillon on Friday evening during the spring Art Walk.
“This event shows off our local artists and downtown businesses,” said Cory Birkenbuel, who also organized the most recent fall Art Walk in Dillon for the...
Sharon Morehouse and Sharon Anderson were the big winners in Tuesday's School District 10 trustee election, with 708 and 686 votes, respectively.
The two were the top vote-getters, outpolling Keith Handlos, 362, and Lee Diedrich, 219. Morehouse and Anderson will be formally seated during board reorganization on Tuesday, filling two new...
Dillon Elementary School District 10 Election Results
Number of total Ballots - 1,095
Incumbent (three-year term) Jed Petersen with 954 votes
Two New Positions (two-year term or three-year term) Sharon Morehouse with 708 votes; Sharon “Neno” Anderson with 686 votes
Keith Handlos with 362 votes
J.Lee Diedrich with 219 votes