• We still have good baseball at 3 Legends Stadium

    We still have good baseball at 3 Legends Stadium0

    This time last year, we had good crowds of locals watching the Mining City Tommyknockers play baseball on beautiful summer nights. Sure, the crowds were not nearly as good as the general manager was telling his advertisers, but the crowds were not bad for a city the size of Butte. The Tommyknockers played in the

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  • Don’t let them tell us we can’t play baseball

    Don’t let them tell us we can’t play baseball0

    They came out in full force in January. As soon as the Montana High School Association announced baseball will be offered as an official high school sport in Montana next spring, the naysayers started screaming from the mountain tops. There is no way they can play high school baseball in Montana, they say. Blame it

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  • Some very good advice from the retiring director

    Some very good advice from the retiring director0

    If I could ever give advice to high school graduates — or even students just about to begin their high school careers — it would be following the words of a great Jason Isbell song. “Be afraid, be very afraid. But do it anyway.” Mark Beckman, the retiring executive director of the Montana High School

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  • The greatest of Orediggers is somehow unsung

    The greatest of Orediggers is somehow unsung2

    Imagine someone in Butte not knowing Dougie Peoples if they saw him. That sounds ridiculous after the Butte Central junior hit the 27-foot shot heard around Montana to give Butte Central the Class A State basketball title in March. When someone sees Dougie in a restaurant, they take notice. Imagine someone in Butte not knowing

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  • We give fans too much benefit of the doubt

    We give fans too much benefit of the doubt4

    When it comes to giving people the benefit of the doubt, nobody is better than my mom. “Oh,” she would say when my brothers or I would try to describe the horribleness of a particular person we encountered as we were growing up. “That’s just how he is.” It did not matter the accusations we

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  • Reverence of LeProwse links two arch rivals

    Reverence of LeProwse links two arch rivals3

    Here is the amazing thing about Tom LeProwse: Butte and Bozeman both claim him as their very own. He is loved by Bulldogs and adored by Hawks. Imagine that. He is an icon in both sides of an arch rivalry. That is like being in the Packers Ring of Honor and the Bears Hall of

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