Monthly archive

November, 2017

  • It was another typical Community Thanksgiving event last Thursday in Dillon—bustling with people, bursting with energy, and highly successful. “It always looks a bit chaotic, because there are so many people going so many different directions,” said Sharon Anderson, who chaired the 21st edition of the annual event that welcomed anyone and everyone...
  • The Dillon Elementary School District #10 Board of Trustees on Monday convened for a special meeting in the late afternoon to get an early jump on finding a new superintendent. For the full story, see this week's print edition of the Dillon Tribune.
  • The University of Montana Western men's and women's basketball teams both posted convincing wins over Montana Tech in the opening games of their Frontier Conference seasons on Tuesday in Dillon. Currently ranked no. 8 in Division I of the NAIA, the Western men toppled Tech, 84-66, after the no. 16 Lady Bulldogs bettered the Lady Oredidggers, 64-56...
  • WEATHER Monday: About a 40 percent chance of precipitation in the hours around dawn, with temperatures rising from a near 20 degrees to a high in the mid-40s in early afternoon, when winds from the west pick up to around 15 mph. Monday Night: Almost no chance of precipitation, with temperatures dropping steadily after dusk to a low in the mid-20s...
  • WEATHER Friday: Slight chance of precipitation around dawn, when temperatures will begin to rise from a low in the mid-30s to a mid-afternoon high in the upper 40s, with SW winds throughout the day of 5–10 mph, with gusts into the teens. Friday Night: Little chance of precipitation, as temperatures decline after dusk to a low around 23 degrees...
  • The Thankgsiving holiday will again live up to both sides of its name in Dillon on Thursday, Nov. 23, at the free 21st Annual Community Thanksgiving celebration. “The main thing people need to know is that is it’s all an all-community Thanksgiving event, not just one for Catholics,” said Sharon Anderson of the popular annual get-together at the St...
  • At last week's Dillon City Council meeting, Police Chief Don Guiberson urged members of the city's government to abide by the wishes of Dillon voters. For the full story, see the print edition of this week's Dillon Tribune.
  • In addition to addressing numerous other matters at its meeting last week, the Dillon City Council added about six weeks to the four-year term as city judge that a local attorney won from the local electorate the previous week and decided on how to deal with another succession issue. For the full story, see this week's print edition of the Dillon...
  • Let the league conference games begin! The University of Montana Western men’s and women’s basketball teams both wrapped up their early season slates in the last two weeks in preparation for the early start to their Frontier Conference campaigns set to commence next week with high expectations. The Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs will welcome I-15...
  • WEATHER Monday: About a 30 percent chance of precipitation in late afternoon, when temperatures will drop to around freezing from an early afternoon high in the mid-40s and SSW winds will continue at around 15 mph, with gusts up to 30 mph that could drive wind-chill temperatures into the teens. Monday Night: Temperatures should hover around...