• Getting back on the bike is easier said than done

    Getting back on the bike is easier said than done1

    Evel Knievel crushed his pelvis and femur when he crashed while attempting to jump the fountains at Caesars Palace in 1967. He also suffered fractures to his hip wrist and both ankles. The legendary Butte daredevil again broke his pelvis when crashing in an attempt to jump 13 buses at Wembley Stadium in London in

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  • State champs hop firetruck for victory lap

    State champs hop firetruck for victory lap0

    Butte’s Mile High/Northwest Junior Little League All-Star team took a victory lap around the Mining City Monday night. The lap came a little more than 24 hours after the boys won the 14U state championship at Copper Mountain Park. Butte went 5-0 over the two-day tournament, winning by an average of 12.8 runs per victory.

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  • Butte All-Stars roll to Junior Little League title

    Butte All-Stars roll to Junior Little League title0

    Butte’s Northwest/Mile High All-Stars won the Junior Little League State title Sunday at Copper Mountain Park. They made it look easy, too. The Butte stars routed Billings Heights/Lockwood 13-2 in the championship game on Field No. 4. In a normal season, that victory would send the Butte team to California for the Regional tournament. However,

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  • Max Kluck works overtime to win Butte 100

    Max Kluck works overtime to win Butte 1001

    Stillwagon rides 200, Sorich wins 25 By Bill Foley HOMESTAKE — On a day when Butte’s John “Bear” Stillwagon completed the first ever “Butte 200,” one of his pupils stole the show. Max Kluck, a soon-to-be Butte High junior, won the Butte 100 Saturday with a blistering time of 8 hours, 57 minutes, 16.02 seconds.

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  • Tommyknockers do it all in rout of Pierre Trappers

    Tommyknockers do it all in rout of Pierre Trappers0

    The All-Star break was apparently pretty good for the Mining City Tommyknockers. Butte’s Expedition League baseball team got strong pitching, timely hitting and strong defense Thursday night, and the Tommyknockers rolled to a 10-1 win over the Pierre Trappers on Miners Field at 3 Legends Stadium. (Boxscore) The win pulled the Knockers (10-8) to within

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  • Run for Respect scheduled for Aug. 21 in Butte

    Run for Respect scheduled for Aug. 21 in Butte0

    The Law Enforcement Torch Run-Run for Respect has been set for Saturday, Aug. 21 at Copper Canyon Harley Davidson. The inaugural event will benefit Special Olympics Montana and begin at 9 a.m. It features a 5-kilometer race or a 1-mile open. Music, games, vendors and a raffle for a brand-new Harley Davidson will also be

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