The Dillon City Council on Wednesday night deadlocked on the question of which of three candidates to seat in the vacant Ward 2 seat at its table.
With just five of the seven current councilpersons present and five votes required to seat a new member, the Council stymied, with the top vote-getter, Ed Mooney, receiving four votes.
Lois Jean Hendricks was born January 25, 1945, in Williston, ND, to O.D. and Blanche Hendricks. She passed away December 5, 2016, from a heart attack.
She graduated from Williston High School in 1963. She married Willis (Willie) M. Nelson on December 28, 1968, and moved to St Regis. In 1973, she had a son, Todd Willis, who was stillborn. A couple...
Carolyn’s Sparrow Song
The lone sparrow sits high in her tree
Pondering of what song to sing
Patiently waiting for the day to be
Stretching out her tired wings
And as the sun starts to rise
She begins with a simple song
With chirps of lows and highs
Following how the day will go
Her song reminds us of better days
Memories old but not to be...
Donald Louis Freter, age 79, passed away on December 1, at the Renaissance Senior Care facility in Dillon, after battling with Renal Cell cancer for the last five years.
Don was born October 30, 1937, in Tracy, Minnesota, to Roy C. and Muriel L. Freter, and spent his younger years there before moving to Billings, Montana. He graduated from...
The Montana Western men’s and women’s basketball teams registered a rare Frontier Conference road sweep of their Carroll College counterparts on Wednesday in Helena.
The Bulldogs pulled off the victories over the nationally ranked and previously undefeated Saints teams in equally stunning, if decidedly different, fashions.
UMW forward Kaye Bignell...