Monthly archive

May, 2013

  •   It’s a good thing the embers of recent area forest fires got thoroughly doused by rain this past weekend, or they might have been reignited by the huge sigh of relief gusting out of Dillon on Monday with news that Montana Western men’s basketball Head Coach Steve Keller was staying with the Bulldogs. A finalist for the head...
  •   George Fryett is the marshal for Dillon’s 11th annual White Hat Coalition Memorial Day Parade on Monday, which will be followed by the 10th annual Veterans Memorial Flag Raising ceremony. Organizer Stan Smith of the White Hat Coalition says the parade route is the same as last year. The parade will stage on Center Street at Beaverhead...
  •   Morgan Peterson and Kansas Suenram will lead their classmates as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, through commencement exercises Sunday afternoon when Beaverhead County High School graduates its 122nd class. Graduation for the Class of 2013 will be held in the B. W. Lodge Gymnasium, beginning at 2 p.m. The keynote speaker will...
  •   At their May 1 meeting, the Dillon City Council worked through some issues related to the fundamental elements of managing a city—water, fire, dirt, roads, personnel and finding ways to cooperate with the county. During his report as chair of the city’s Water and Sewer Committee, Ward 1 Councilperson Bob Cottom revisited a...
  • The Dillon Police Department returned to full strength for the first time this year with the arrival of a new police officer last week following last month’s return of a local officer from a lengthy, out-of-town training. Joe Horrocks gained the unanimous consent of the Dillon City Council at its May 1 meeting and was sworn in moments later...