• Miners, Cubs split twin bill

    Miners, Cubs split twin bill0

    The Butte Miners and Dillon Cubs split a Southern A doubleheader Saturday afternoon on Miners Field a 3 Legends Stadium. Behind another solid outing by pitcher Ryan Wahl, the Miners won the opener 5-1. Dillon stormed back to win the second game 15-5. The second game was called by the 10-run rule after five innings.

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  • Second ‘Dream Big Event’ set for June 27-28

    Second ‘Dream Big Event’ set for June 27-280

    Colt Anderson’s Dream Big Foundation will host the second “Dream Big Event” June 27-28 in Butte. The event includes a gala, a skills camp, a family fun day and live music. The gala will be held Thursday, June 27 at 6 p.m. at the Copper King Hotel in Butte. The skills competition will take place

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  • Belgrade Bandits pull away for sweep of Miners

    Belgrade Bandits pull away for sweep of Miners0

    The late innings were unkind to the Butte Miners Tuesday night. Belgrade turned up the heat as each game went on, and the Bandits swept a Southern A doubleheader on Miners Field at 3 Legend Stadium. Belgrade outscored Butte 7-0 over the last three innings for a 10-1 victory in Game 1. The Bandits scored

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  • Highland View set for upgrades, new clubhouse

    Highland View set for upgrades, new clubhouse0

    By Bruce Sayler Sunshine and smiles won the day Tuesday as residents and dignitaries absorbed the good words said at the Stodden Park project ribbon-cutting. The announcement of $4.5 million on the way for golf course improvements emitted, perhaps, the brightest glow. Butte-Silver Bow Parks & Recreation Director J.P. Gallagher told the large crowd gathered

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  • Bear is first Stillwagon to make pit stop at home

    Bear is first Stillwagon to make pit stop at home1

    By Bill Foley John “Bear” Stillwagon came home today. But not for long. The 47-year-old Butte bicycle racer rode through town as part of the Tour Divide, a 2,745-mile race from Banff, Alberta, to the U.S.-Mexico border. The race comes into Butte on Oro Fino Gulch Road, then up and over Big Butte. “It’s incredible

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  • The story of the toughest wrestler who ever lived

    The story of the toughest wrestler who ever lived0

    Keith Haberman should be a household name in Butte and Montana. When he walks down the street, people should say, “There goes Keith Haberman, the toughest wrestler who ever lived.” As Haberman stood on the stage and accepted praise from his former coach, Jim Street, during Saturday’s Butte Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet, it

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