• Jay Bickford always had us feeling like kids

    Jay Bickford always had us feeling like kids4

    The greatest competition that was never written about occurred in 2001. To be more specific, it started at about 2:01 a.m. on June 4, 2001 on Main Street in Butte, just outside Maloney’s Bar. I cannot remember if Jay Bickford threw the first snowball, but he was definitely the one who made the fight a

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  • Butte should jump on Pioneer League expansion

    Butte should jump on Pioneer League expansion0

    At least 47 percent of my fondest childhood memories involved, in some way, the Butte Copper Kings. Whether it was mispronouncing Cecil Fielder’s name as we chanted “See-sill, See-sill” every time the big fella came to the plate in 1982, laughing at the crowd during Quarter Beer Night, or just watching real-life professional baseball, the

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  • Montana Shrine Game restores faith in humanity

    Montana Shrine Game restores faith in humanity0

    Nobody will dispute that 2020 will go down as the worst year of the century. That has nothing to do with the Lakers and Dodgers winning titles in the same calendar year, either. Well, it has a little to do with that, but it the dumpster fire that was 2020 goes well beyond the NBA

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