• Sad lessons from 1996 apparently were not learned

    Sad lessons from 1996 apparently were not learned5

    Twenty-three years ago this coming week, softball players were crying their eyes out in Billings. That includes the Butte High Bulldogs. A year earlier, the Bulldogs won their second state title in four years, and they went to Billings believing they were going to make it three out of five. They were, after all, the

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  • A photo can’t make up for missed opportunity

    A photo can’t make up for missed opportunity1

    The Butte High girls’ track team captured the Class AA State championship on May 30, 2009. The championship was the first for the Bulldog girls on the track since 1987. With outstanding athletes like Kelli Dennehy, Gwen Abbott, Brianne Holland-Stergar, Kristina Smith, Kalli McCloskey, Kabri Emerson and Katlyn Rudy — just to name a few

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  • Pledging for Torch Run puts you on right side of karma

    Pledging for Torch Run puts you on right side of karma0

    Most of us know what it is like to drive a bit over the speed limit. Maybe you are in a rush to get to work. Maybe you are running late in getting your children to dance class. You finally get around that slow driver who almost always finds his way in front of you

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  • Mr. Lowney is a genuine fan of Mining City youth

    Mr. Lowney is a genuine fan of Mining City youth7

    Ron Lowney has been missing for three weeks. His vehicle was found at a fishing access site near Three Forks. It had been there since April 10. While we hope for the best, we fear for, and probably even expect, the worst. His absence is already being felt as we make our way through the

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  • The Big Kahuna delivers on a championship promise

    The Big Kahuna delivers on a championship promise1

    In the Coaches Corner of Medals Sports Bar and Grill, the man we called the “Big Kahuna” was all smiles. Lee LaBreche, then the new Montana Tech head golf coach, was usually smiling and laughing, but this night was different. Lee had just signed Billings Senior star golfer Sean Benson, and he could not contain

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  • Missoula Sentinel bargain sets dangerous precedent

    Missoula Sentinel bargain sets dangerous precedent0

    Standing on the sideline of a Dillon Beavers football game on Friday night, legendary coach and philosopher Tedd Stanisich laughed off the ridiculous notion that head coach Terry Thomas recruited players to go to Beaverhead County High School. At issue were Dillon’s superstar Folsom brothers, Monte and Ben. The Folsom family was relatively new to

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