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  • Skylights dish out help to battling Hall of Famer

    Skylights dish out help to battling Hall of Famer0

    When it came to dishing out assists on the MSU-Northern women’s basketball, nobody did it better than Charna (Ophus) Seibert. “She was a key member of the 1993 NAIA National Championship team, and she is Northern ‘s all-time assist leader (a record that I don’t think will ever be broken),” Northern coach Chris Mouat said

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  • Butte woman helps spread the word for Xsports4vets

    Butte woman helps spread the word for Xsports4vets0

    By Bill Foley Maureen Porter said she was in a “funk” following her five years of service in the Marine Corps. Finding Xsports4vets helped change all that Founded in 2010, Xsports4vets is a volunteer-run organization that bills itself as being “Dedicated to helping our nation’s heroes through extreme sports.” You can count Porter, a Havre

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  • MSU to step up security at home football games

    MSU to step up security at home football games0

    • MSU
    • June 21, 2018

    BOZEMAN — Montana State University will implement new safety and security measures at Bobcats home football games for the upcoming season, including a new clear bag policy. “The safety of our student-athletes, employees and fans is the No. 1 priority,” said Bobcat Director of Athletics Leon Costello. “MSU’s new security measures are intended to maintain

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  • Miners games washed out

    Miners games washed out0

    We have yet another rain out in the Mining City. The Butte Miners non-conference doubleheader against the Twin Falls Blackhawks scheduled for Thursday night at 3 Legends Stadium has been called off. The field is still unplayable following the heavy rain this week, Butte coach Jeff LeProwse said. Next up for the Miners is Tuesday’s

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  • Central boys set summer basketball camp

    Central boys set summer basketball camp0

    The Butte Central Boys’ Basketball Camp will be held next Monday through Thursday at the Maroon Activities Center. Players can register for the camp until noon on on Monday. The camp is for boys entering grades three through eight next school year. It will run from noon to 3 p.m. each day. BC’s coaching staff

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  • Colt Anderson foundation sets ‘Dream Big Event’

    Colt Anderson foundation sets ‘Dream Big Event’0

    Colt Anderson’s Dream Big Foundation will host a “Dream Big Event” over a two-day period in Butte in late June. The event includes a skills camp, a speaking engagement, a free kids day full of activities and experiences, a gala and a Tim Montana concert. The gala will be held from 6 to 10 p.m.

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  • A’s-Muckers rained out

    A’s-Muckers rained out0

    The Butte Muckers’ Southern A doubleheader with the Anaconda A’s scheduled for tonight at Washoe Park has been called off, Butte coach Matt Esquibel said. The field is still unplayable following several days of heavy rain. The conference twin bill will be made up at 5 p.m. on June 28. The Muckers will play a

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  • School year end points Advantage Butte to 2018-19

    School year end points Advantage Butte to 2018-190

    By Bruce Sayler Montana Tech gave Advantage Butte a presentation on the Big Sky Volleyball Challenge Tuesday, leading up to a funding request for this year’s holding of the tournament. The subject was one of a variety covered in the June meeting of Advantage Butte held at the Butte Plaza Inn. It was the last

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  • Joyce misses qualifier in playoff at State tourney

    Joyce misses qualifier in playoff at State tourney0

    POLSON — Butte’s Tricia Joyce will not be making a return trip to the Montana-Alberta Cup or the Junior America’s Cup. Bozeman’s Annika Danenhauer beat the soon-to-be Butte Central senior in a sudden-death playoff for a spot on the Montana-Alberta Junior Ryder Cup team Tuesday at the Montana State Golf Association State Junior Championships at

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  • 59 Butte High Bulldogs named Academic All-State

    59 Butte High Bulldogs named Academic All-State0

    Butte High School unveiled its list of Academic All-State selections for the spring sports season today, and 59 student-athletes made the grade. To be certified as Academic All-State, athletes, managers and cheerleaders must earn a 3.5 or better GPA for the quarter and also earn a varsity letter in an MHSA sanctioned sport. The list

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  • Silver Bow Open called off because of rain, flooding

    Silver Bow Open called off because of rain, flooding0

    The Silver Bow Open junior golf tournament scheduled for this afternoon at the Butte Country Club has been called off because of rain and flooding on the course. The tournament was to be the second stop on the South West Montana Junior Golf Tour. Tour chairman Bob Wengel said he is hopeful the tournament will

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  • It is always too early to give up on your sports dreams

    It is always too early to give up on your sports dreams0

    Tim Adams was going to be a baseball superstar. Or so I thought. During the 1997 season opener for the Butte Copper Kings, Adams hit a home run over the 450-foot sign in dead center field at Alumni Coliseum in Butte. Yes, it was 450 feet to center at Alumni. The Montana Tech Orediggers did

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  • Junior tour set to stop at Butte Country Club

    Junior tour set to stop at Butte Country Club0

    The South West Montana Junior Golf Junior Tour will stop at the Butte Country Club for the Silver Bow Open Tuesday afternoon. Play begins with a modified shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. The tournament is the second of the season. Last week, the tournament opened in the wind and freezing rain during the Butte “Kick

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  • Butte’s Joyce sits in sixth at Junior State Championship

    Butte’s Joyce sits in sixth at Junior State Championship0

    POLSON — Butte golfer Tricia Joyce sits in a sixth place tie in the girls’ 16-18 age group following the first round of the Montana State Golf Association’s Junior State Championships at the Polson Bay Golf Course. The soon-to-be Butte Central senior shot an 84 on the par-72 course Monday. She followed a 44 on

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  • Host family sought for Junior America’s Cup

    Host family sought for Junior America’s Cup0

    Fairmont Hot Springs will host the boys’ 2018 Junior America’s Cup golf tournament July 22-26, and the Montana State Golf Association is looking for host families for the players. Host families are asked to provide sleeping and bathing accommodations for a minimum of two male players from one of the visiting teams. A team consists

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