• Brian Morris sets legacy of football and so much more

    Brian Morris sets legacy of football and so much more1

    By Bill Foley By the fall of 1987, the football career of the great Brian Morris had come to an end. People who lived near “The Cinders” baseball field in Butte, however, would have not known that. The name Brian Morris often echoed down the streets and alleys of the old Butte neighborhood near what

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  • Quarterback has all the right words for graduates

    Quarterback has all the right words for graduates2

    Just when you think that Tommy Mellott could not be any more impressive, the Butte High quarterback says, “Oh yeah, hold my Gatorade.” The Butte High quarterback was invited to give a commencement address to his alma mater, Margaret Leary Elementary. The coronavirus pandemic will prevent that from happening, so the Gatorade Montana Football Player

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  • Orediggers unveil new helmets for 2020 season

    Orediggers unveil new helmets for 2020 season0

    Montana Tech’s football team will have a new coach for the 2020 season. The Orediggers will also have a new look. Oredigger head coach Kyle Samson took to social media Sunday to unveil the new helmets the Orediggers will don when they play this fall. Silver will replace the green, and each side of the

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  • Dillon’s Josey Jones is latest Rocky signee

    Dillon’s Josey Jones is latest Rocky signee0

    BILLINGS — Rocky Mountain College women’s basketball head coach Wes Keller announced today that Josey Jones has signed a Frontier Conference letter of intent to join the Battlin’ Bears. Jones, a 5-foot-7 guard, recently completed a successful prep career at Beaverhead County High School, Dillon,  where she lettered in volleyball, basketball and track. As a

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  • Saluting Our 2020 Seniors: Strizic, Mellott

    Saluting Our 2020 Seniors: Strizic, Mellott0

    For many years, we have known that Butte High and Butte Central would each have an outstanding senior class of athletes for the 2019-20 school year. Those seniors have proven us correct by giving us four years of memorable performances that spanned the fall, winter and spring. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, is preventing the members

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  • Responders bring parade to Special Olympians

    Responders bring parade to Special Olympians0

    The Special Olympians could not parade because of the coronavirus pandemic. So, the first responders brought the parade to them. Local law enforcement — including Butte Police and Montana Highway Patrol — paraded past Special Olympians on Harrison Avenue Friday evening along with fire department personnel, volunteer firefighters, paramedics, search and rescue, and some Special

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