• Staring down memories at the Highland View

    Staring down memories at the Highland View0

    Jack Crowley stared at me, and I stared back at him. Every once in a while, I would look down at the golf ball I was bouncing off the glass counter at the Highland View Golf Course pro shop, then look back at Jack with the same confident nod Ralphy Boy saved for Santa. “That’s

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  • We need real leadership if we want to play this winter

    We need real leadership if we want to play this winter3

    Football fans from out of town were not impressed with the Butte-Silver Bow Health Department early this season. The department ruled that some fans could attend high school sporting events, but no fans from out of town would not be let in. Those rules were later relaxed to allow some fans in from both sides.

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  • We really need to work on our game fixing

    We really need to work on our game fixing0

    The question has been bothering me for more than a week now. Do Helena Capital fans really think Butte High’s coaches paid off the officials for a first-round Montana Class AA playoff game? Normally, I would play off such a dumb fan comment at a football game with a laugh and a shake of my

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  • Congrats Dodger fans, Tommy Lasorda still stinks

    Congrats Dodger fans, Tommy Lasorda still stinks0

    The 1985 film “Fletch” is one of the greatest movies ever made. The movie includes a scene when Chief Karlin (Joe Don Baker) has a tense, threatening conversation with investigative reporter Irwin M. Fletcher (Chevy Chase) in the chief’s office. After the chief pushes Fletch against the wall, Fletch looks to his left to see

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  • Doing the right thing should not be so difficult

    Doing the right thing should not be so difficult2

    Sometimes it can be really hard to do the right thing. Take Jake Eisenbarth for example. During the semifinals of the Montana Class AA football playoff in 2012, Eisenbarth suffered a concussion. He could have kept quiet about the injury and played in the championship game, which turned out to be one of the best

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  • Cowardly attack on coach falls flat on its face

    Cowardly attack on coach falls flat on its face1

    On Jan. 25 of this year, a father of a Missoula Hellgate basketball player made a fool out of himself in a big, big way. With his son’s team leading by nearly 40 points in the fourth quarter, the dad went bananas when his son fouled out on charge call. The dad screamed swearwords at

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