• Former Cowboy offers rebuttal to whitewash

    Former Cowboy offers rebuttal to whitewash0

    Brian Reed did something I never had the guts to do. He wrote a rebuttal to an obituary. It was not something Reed did because he was vengeful or bitter. He did it because the front-page obituary of Jack Raymond in the Jan. 7 edition of The Miles City Star was grossly incomplete. The banner

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  • Digger men beat up Saints, stand alone in first place

    Digger men beat up Saints, stand alone in first place0

    By Bill Foley The Orediggers are ready for primetime. With a television audience watching around the Northwest, Montana Tech claimed its spot atop the Frontier Conference men’s basketball standings with a convincing 73-58 win over No. 6 Carroll College Saturday at the HPER Complex. (Stats) “It feels pretty good,” said senior guard Sindou Diallo, who

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  • Maroon boys bounce back with rout of Hamilton

    Maroon boys bounce back with rout of Hamilton0

    By Bruce Sayler  Butte Central was for the defense Saturday afternoon, as is often the winning case for Brodie Kelly-coached teams.  The Maroons handcuffed Hamilton to one point in the first quarter and two in the fourth while beating the Broncs 46-28 in a Southwestern A Conference high school boys’ basketball game at the Maroon

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  • Bulldogs place fourth as coach reaches milestone

    Bulldogs place fourth as coach reaches milestone0

    GREAT FALLS — Butte High’s wrestling team placed fourth at the Montana AA Duals Saturday at the Great Falls High Fieldhouse. The Bulldogs also gave seventh-year head coach Cory Johnston a memorable milestone. Butte High fell 37-30 to Billings West in the third-place match. Before that, Butte High beat Gallatin 54-21 and Great Falls High

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  • Broncs edge Central girls

    Broncs edge Central girls0

    By Bruce Sayler  Both sides of foul trouble hindered the Butte Central girls on Saturday in their close 58-54 loss. “You can’t miss free throws,” she offered after the Southwestern A Conference high school girls’ basketball game in the Maroon Activities Center.  Hamilton didn’t miss many and the Broncs shot a lot of them. They

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  • Orediggers fall short in battle with No. 6 Saints

    Orediggers fall short in battle with No. 6 Saints0

    By Bill Foley That was the team Carly Sanon has been talking about. Montana Tech’s women’s basketball team put up an inspired effort Saturday afternoon at the HPER Complex. Unfortunately for the Orediggers, the opponent was just too much. Carroll College, the No. 6-ranked team in the NAIA, fought off Montana Tech for a 54-57

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