• Al Riveron and his officials are ruining the NFL

    Al Riveron and his officials are ruining the NFL0

    By Bill Foley If Al Riveron was the senior vice president of a burger joint, you would never get your order straight. If he was the senior vice president of auto parts store, your car would never start. If Riveron was the senior vice president of the Battle of Normandy, you’d be reading this in

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  • 5 years later, Pat Kearney is missed more than ever

    5 years later, Pat Kearney is missed more than ever6

    Pat Kearney was so proud of himself. He set down his radio gear and then stood in my office doorway beaming shortly after calling a Butte Central football game at Alumni Coliseum. “Did you hear me?” Pat asked with his deviant smile stretching ear to ear. “Yeah, I heard,” I said as I reclined in

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  • Ellen was way out of line

    Ellen was way out of line0

    By Bill Foley Ellen DeGeneres is taking a social media beating for sitting next to George W. Bush at the Cowboys-Packers game in Arlington, Texas. DeGeneres is a hero of the LGBTQ community, so many are asking how she could sit next to a man whose politics directly conflict with her own lifestyle. The comedian

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  • The time is not right to be leaving town

    The time is not right to be leaving town2

    The Montana Standard sports page will take a major hit next week when Jordan Hansen takes his talents to the Missoulian. For the past couple of years, Hansen has been covering Montana Tech and high school sports in Butte. He came to town fresh out of college, and he has done a really good job.

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  • Football was not meant to be played in London

    Football was not meant to be played in London0

    By Bill Foley The Chicago Bears and Oakland Raiders will play Sunday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. That kicks off four NFL games on soccer pitches in Jolly Old England over the next month. Carolina plays Tampa Bay at the same stadium on Oct. 13. Games between the Bengals and Rams on Oct. 27

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  • Sportswriters must fight for the sports they write

    Sportswriters must fight for the sports they write0

    Historically speaking, Butte has never been a soccer town. Nobody will dispute that. For whatever reason, a bunch of rug rats kicking the ball around in the YMCA league has never translated into big numbers — or wins — at the high school level. We have seen some really good players compete for the Butte

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