Monthly archive

July, 2017

  • Coming off a wrenching one-run loss to top seed Belgrade, the Dillon Cubs will battle for their survival this morning at the Montana-Alberta American Legion Southern A District Tournament in Butte. In a fight between one-loss teams in the double-elimination tourney, the Cubs will take on the Livingston Braves at 9 a.m. on 3 Legends Field in the...
  • A day after winning a game in which the teams put up nine runs in just the first inning, the Dillon Cubs fell in a good, ol' fashioned pitchers duel at the Montana-Alberta American Legion Baseball Southern A District Tournament in Butte. The Belgrade Bandits defeated the Cubs, 2-1, in the Friday's second-round tourney game. The loss sends Dillon...
  • The Dillon Cubs used a running start to vault to victory Thursday morning in the opening game of the the Montana-Alberta American Legion Baseball Southern A District Tournament at 3 Legends Stadium in Butte. In the tourney's first game, the fifth-seeded Cubs (13-15 in regular season district play in 2017) scored seven runs in the top half of the...
  • Vehicles of many shapes and sizes drove onto the Beaverhead County Fairgrounds for the 2017 Dillon Jaycees Demo Derby last Saturday. And then they drove into one another. For the full story, see this week's print edition of the Dillon Tribune. For a gallery of photos from the event, go to https://dillontribune.smugmug.com/Demo-Derby-2017/
  • Representatives from the Dillon Elementary School District #10 Board of Trustees and its two non-teachers unions this month reached a tentative agreement on contracts for the coming school year. For the full story, see this week's print edition of the Dillon Tribune.
  • Road repair issues will take the center lane at tonight’s meeting of the Dillon City Council. For the full story, see today's print edition of the Dillon Tribune.
  • On December 15, 1924, Rosella Marie Robison was born so small the doctors didn’t think she’d make it through the night. She was the ninth of ten children born to Philip and Margaret Engler. The Englers took her to their Red Lodge home and set her in a flannel-lined shoe box on the oven door. Rose survived the night and 92 more years. She passed...
  • Tribune Weekstarter Monday, July 17 WEATHER Monday: Partly cloudy skies with temperatures rising into low 80s in late afternoon, when chances of rain will elevate to around 15 percent; SW winds up to 9 mph. Monday Night: Mostly clear with temperatures declining to around 50 by dawn, with NNE winds of 8 mph and little chance of precipitation after...
  • WEEKEND WEATHER Friday: HEAT ALERT! Only small chance of isolated showers with temperatures rising into low 90s in afternoon, when winds will shift to from NE to SW and rise to near 10 mph. Friday Night: Temperatures falling to about 60 degrees by dawn, with light winds from the south. Saturday: HEAT ALERT! High into low 90s again in early...
  • After a long struggle with dementia, Colleen Y. Trinder, age 79, passed away peacefully during the early morning hours of March 28, 2017, surrounded by her children. To the end, she retained her sense of humor, wit and incredible love for her children. Colleen was born December 31, 1937, to Claude Trinder and Hazel Akers, in Poplar. She grew up...