News

08/27/2014 - 12:30pm
  There is a unique tradition within the Dillon Jaycees that occurs after all the work is done and members are circled around a cooler of beer, chatting about what they have done, what they should do and why. An oral history of colorful stories from Jaycee days gone by has kept alive the lively, interesting and colorful history of the service organization. There are many, many chapters...
Wed, 08/27/2014 - 12:28pm
  Montana’s Biggest Little Weekend provides a traditional fair and rodeo weekend to signal the end of summer and a transition from shorts and t-shirts into long pants and jackets. Before that shift occurs, time stops for the three-day weekend, and citizens enjoy the western-style
Wed, 08/27/2014 - 12:24pm
  When things are going bad, they can suddenly turn around through effort and belief. In 2013, the Dillon VFW lost its national charter and the Jackson chapter was on the verge of losing its standing, when the groups decided to combine. “That has been the best move we could have made,
Wed, 08/20/2014 - 1:32pm
  Beaverhead County Sheriff Jay Hansen supervised a murder investigation that began Aug. 9 with a call from Wise River reporting the discovery of a body, and ended the evening of Aug. 12 with the arrest of two suspects in Missoula.  The Missoula Police Department arrested Christopher Lee
Wed, 08/20/2014 - 1:30pm
  Big money will be on the table tonight at the second regular monthly meeting of the Dillon City Council. The Council will consider a resolution to adopt the preliminary budget for the City of Dillon for Fiscal Year 2014–15, which will include budgets for lighting, street maintenance
Wed, 08/20/2014 - 1:12pm
  Alleged murder suspects Christopher Lee Stiles, 29, and Sandra Lee Ann Cantrell, 49, both of Butte, were arraigned at the Beaverhead County Law Enforcement Annex in front of Justice Court Judge Candy L. Hoerning on Tuesday morning. The suspects were formally charged for their alleged roles
Wed, 08/20/2014 - 1:07pm
  The big beige bins that a number of Dillon residents visit regularly to drop off paper, cans, plastic and other recyclables are getting moved and dropped off themselves at a new location this week. The bins will today finish their migration from the narrow patch of land on the east side of