Monthly archive

March, 2014

  •   April 3  Thurs  Anaconda  Home  3:00 / 5:00  April 5  Sat  Corvallis  Away  2:00 / 4:00  April 10  Thurs  Butte Central  Away  4:00 / 6:00  April 12  Sat  Stevensville  Home  2:00 / 4:00 ...
  •   April 1  Tues  Butte High Time Trials  Butte  3:15  April 5  Sat  Sheridan Invite  Dillon  9:00  April 10  Thurs  Florence/Darby Invite  Corvallis  10:00  April 15  Tues  Smelter City Invite  Anaconda...
  •   April 1  Tues  Corvallis / Stevensville  Away  10:00 / 1:00  April 5  Sat  Butte Central  Home  12:00  April 8  Tues  Anaconda  Away  2:00  April 11-12  Fri-Sat  Polson Invite  Away  TBA ...

February, 2014

  • It’s an interesting moment for immigration reform in the United States. The very phrase has come to symbolize the failure of the Obama Administration to push much meaningful change through Congress, since the Senate bill to create a 13-year path to citizenship for undocumented migrants floundered amongst GOP opposition last year. Perhaps...
  •   To the editor,   In recent months Republicans have descended beneath even their own low standards for political malpractice. It’s bad enough that they try to keep citizens from voting, now they’re actually denying them health care. The practice in GOP led states of refusing the Medicaid expansion provided by the ACA, is,...
  •   To the editor,   There has been great pressure to build the Keystone XL pipe line. Will this be a good deal for the United States. This will be a $5.3 billion project and the main goal is to transport 830,000 barrels of oil each day. Did you know there are over 55,000 miles of crude oil pipeline in the U.S. and 95,000 miles of pipeline...
  •   To the editor,   Brillhart is at it again. In his latest tirade, he correctly lists the wasteful spending of the government. Naturally, he starts with the U.S. military, undermining all the volunteers who protect his right to spout away in the papers. Then he comes to the time to place the blame and right to the heart of all...
  •   To the editor,   There have been a few differing opinions lately in the Dillon Tribune regarding stream access. Setting the legal aspects aside, I appreciate all of the ranchers and land owners who allow anglers access to area streams. I’m a fifth-generation Montanan and a retired USAF senior master sergeant. Today, I’m on...
  •   Larry Gleason passed away in the Madison Valley Hospital on Feb. 11. He was born to Viola and Albert Gleason on Jan. 9, 1930, in Ellensburg, WA. His parents divorced when he was three. His early schooling was a country school near Kittitas, WA. Through high school, he lived with foster parents Chet and Bertha Morrison, on their ranch near...
  •   While the controversies emanating from several flashpoint issues have taken up much of the time and most of the coverage of recent Dillon City Council meetings, the Council has in the past month managed to get a fair amount done without stirring up any dissent, and has even managed to generate a few laughs. Some of those laughs came during...