• Advantage Butte writes checks for event expenses

    Advantage Butte writes checks for event expenses0

    By Bruce Sayler Advantage Butte announced the paying for one expense-coverage request and recommended the submission of another on Tuesday when the group held its May meeting at the Butte Plaza Inn. Rody Holman, the Advantage Butte president and also its representative from PayneWest Insurance, told the group it had paid $2,000 to Butte Central

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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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  • Butte Sports Hall of Fame tickets on sale

    Butte Sports Hall of Fame tickets on sale0

    Tickets for the 2019 Butte Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet are currently on sale. Tickets are $30, but that price goes to $40 on June 3. The banquet will be held Saturday, June 15 at the Butte Civic Center. A cocktail hour will begin at 6 p.m. Dinner begins at 7, with Casagranda’s Steakhouse

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  • Butte’s Shutey wins silver  at Taekwondo State

    Butte’s Shutey wins silver  at Taekwondo State0

    KALISPELL — Marcus Shutey of Butte took home a silver medal at the Montana State Taekwondo State Championships Saturday. The Rocky Mountain Martial Arts Student competed in the 10-year-old Green and Senior Green Belt free-sparing competition and single forms Poomsae competition He claimed the silver in free sparing. He also took home a fourth-place medal

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  • Federal Better Homes Org. leads spring trap league

    Federal Better Homes Org. leads spring trap league0

    With one week to go, Federal Better Homes Org. sits atop the team scratch standings of the Butte Trap Club’s Spring League. Federal Better Homes Org. has broken 1,249 targets through seven weeks. That is 20 more than second-place Arc Electric. Baker Auto is third at 1,211. Les Anderson, Justin Lerum, Bob York, Chris Andersen

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  • Justin Whaley wins Y-Tri

    Justin Whaley wins Y-Tri0

    Justin Whaley claimed victory Saturday at the Butte Family YMCA Y-Tri 2019 triathlon. Whaley completed the 500-yard swim, 12.4-mile bike ride, and 5-kilometer run in 1 hour, 14 minutes, 50 seconds. Jaimie Ritter placed second in the individual standings in 1:23:52. Andrew Zemke was third in 1:31:25. Dan Beaysoleil, Caleb Ocken and Lathan Chee claimed

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