Monthly archive

October, 2017

  • WEATHER Friday: Cooler, with highs reaching just into the mid-50s and little to no chance of precipitation under mostly sunny skies, with light SSW winds most of the day, shifting to from the east in the late afternoon. Friday Night: Temperatures will decline after dusk to a low of around freezing at dawn, with SSW winds of around 5 mph throughout...
  • The Dillon Beavers volleyball team played its best match of the season last week in preparation for this week's district tournament. For the full article, see this week's print edition of Tte Dillon Tribune.
  • Gene Floyd Friesz passed peacefully on October 19. Gene was born in Glasgow, Montana, in 1939, to Elizabeth and Reinhardt Friesz. Gene was the middle child of three boys, and was raised on a ranch between Dillon and Twin Bridges. Despite his varied travels and occupations, Gene remained a small-town Montana boy. Gene had three children, Mitch,...
  • John F. Bain II, 50, of Huson, passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday, October 21. Arrangements are under the care of Garden City Funeral Home.
  • WEATHER Monday: No chance of precipitation under sunny skies, with temperatures peaking in the mid-50s in the afternoon, when SSW winds of around 9 mph will shift to from the west. Monday Night: Chances of precipitation will remain negligible, with temperatures dropping just below freezing near dawn, and wind chill temps in the mid-20s due to...
  • The University of Montana Western football team used a powerful running attack and some long TD passes to post a 30-21 victory over Eastern Oregon University on Saturday at Vigilante Field in Dillon. The win evened the Bulldogs' overall record at 4-4 and improved their Frontier Conference mark to 4-3, while EOU fell to 2-5. For a full recap of...
  • Mayoral candidates Tom Straugh and Mike Klakken, as well as city judge contenders Paul Pilgrim and Kaylan Minor in the City of Dillon's municipal election answered questions posed to them by the Dillon Tribune. For the answers, see the past two weeks print editions of the Dillon Tribune.
  • The Dillon City Council on at its meeting Wednesday dealt with financial dispute concerning a local non-profit at its meeting on Wednesday. For a full recap of the meeting, see next week's print edition of the Dillon Tribune.
  • WEATHER Friday: Cloudy, with about a 20 percent chance of rain in the early afternoon, when winds from the west could increase to around 20 mph and temperatures will begin to decline from their noon high of near 60 degrees toward a low of around 40 at dusk. Friday Night: Little chance of precipitation, with temperatures dropping below freezing...