• Miners celebrate seniors with sweep of A’s

    Miners celebrate seniors with sweep of A’s0

    By Bruce Sayler The Butte Miners’ seniors were honored in pre-game recognitions, then honored themselves with sterling performances in an American Legion baseball doubleheader sweep of the Anaconda A’s Friday evening at 3 Legends Stadium’s Miners Field in the Copper Mountain Sports and Recreation Complex.  Butte won by scores of 23-3 and 11-1 with both

  • Our coaches cannot be Nancy boys

    Our coaches cannot be Nancy boys1

    Over the last few months, the name Karen has been unfairly tarnished. Every time some ornery middle-aged white woman with an “I want to speak to your manager” hair style has a public meltdown, people say, “What a Karen.” I am not sure why the name Karen was picked because most of the women I

  • Bulldogs unveil schedules

    Bulldogs unveil schedules0

    Butte High School released its 2020 fall sports schedules today. The Bulldogs are scheduled to open the season on Friday, Aug. 28 at Belgrade. Butte High’s first home game is the following Friday against Great Falls Russell at Naranche Stadium. After playing at Helena High, the Bulldogs return home for back-to-back Naranche games against Kalispell

  • Joyce, Dodge earn spot on Big Sky Academic team

    Joyce, Dodge earn spot on Big Sky Academic team0

    The Big Sky Conference announced its 2020 Spring All-Academic teams today, and a pair of Butte natives made the cut. Tricia Joyce and Abby Dodge of the University of Montana were named to the honors teams. Joyce, a freshman majoring in business administration, made the team while playing golf for the Grizzlies. The Butte Central

  • Miners outlast rain, Cubs for home sweep

    Miners outlast rain, Cubs for home sweep0

    By Bruce Sayler The rain was but a re-christening celebrating the Butte Miners’ baseball prowess being displayed in a hot streak of American Legion baseball team. The Miners swept Dillon in a Southwestern A Conference doubleheader, 11-2 and 7-3, Wednesday night on the Miners Field diamond at 3 Legends Stadium in the Copper Mountain Youth

  • Thatcher stepping down as Central softball coach

    Thatcher stepping down as Central softball coach0

    By Bill Foley Kelci Thatcher called it the toughest decision of her life. After eight years leading Butte Central’s softball team, Thatcher stepped down to focus more time on her family. The school announced the decision today. Thatcher broke the news to her team this week. Thatcher, 31, and her partner, Amanda Krieg, are in


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