Tribune Guide to Tuesday, May 16

Weather, Upcoming Events, Road Delays, Deadlines and Sign-Ups


Tuesday, May 16: Mostly cloudy with gusting winds, a high of around 55 and a 40 percent chance of rain in late afternoon.
Tuesday night: FARMERS AND GARDENERS ALERT! Windchill could drop below freezing, due to an expected low temperature of 35 degrees and gusting winds above 20 mph. Chance of precipitation rising to 70 percent, starting in late afternoon.

Sebree Street between Arizona, Nelson and California streets will be open to local traffic only (which should drive with extra caution in the area) for approximately the next month while city crews perform street maintenance on those blocks. For more information, call the City of Dillon at 683-4245.


JCF meets today.
The Beaverhead Chapter of Joining Community Forces (JCF) will next get together at noon today, Tuesday, May 16, in the Dillon BLM Office, 1005 Selway Dr., to further its efforts to help all active area service members, veterans and their families. A free lunch will be offered to attendees. For more information, call Jodie Jolly at 925-3563.

BCHS softball today.

The Dillon Beavers varsity softball team will host Corvallis on the field behind Dillon Middle School today, Tuesday, May 16, starting at 4 p.m. A JV game will follow at approximately 6 p.m.

BTC meets today
The Beaverhead Trails Coalition will hold its monthly meeting today, Tuesday, March 16, in Pioneer Mountain Medical Building (Downey Orthopedics) in Dillon, starting at 5:30 p.m. For more information, email

Suicide presentation tonight
State of Montana Suicide Prevention Coordinator Karl Rosston will give a presentation on Suicide in Montana: Facts, Figures and a Framework of Prevention 7-9 p.m. today, Tuesday, May 16, in the Great Room of the Swysgood Center on the University of Montana Western campus in Dillon.


Library Board needs members
The Dillon Public Library Board of Trustees currently has two openings. The volunteer positions require attendance at the monthly Library Board meetings and a love of the Library. For more information, call 683-4544.