• SWMJGT called off for summer of 2020

    SWMJGT called off for summer of 20200

    By Bill Foley For the first time in more than a decade, the Southwest Montana Junior Golf Tour will not be played. Bob Wengel, the chairman and founder of the tour, confirmed this weekend that the tour has called off because of concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. The season would have kicked off this week

  • Miners washed out

    Miners washed out0

    So much for Sunday baseball. The Butte Miners doubleheader with the Bitterroot Red Sox scheduled for today has been called off because of a wet field at 3 Legends Stadium. Butte coach Jeff LeProwse said the non-conference twin bill will be rescheduled. A date, however, has not yet been determined. Next up for the Miners

  • Bandits take two from Miners in Belgrade

    Bandits take two from Miners in Belgrade0

    BELGRADE — The Belgrade Bandits swept a Southern A American Legion doubleheader with the Butte Miners Saturday afternoon. The Bandits won the opener 7-1 before completing the sweep with a 3-1 win before the rain set in. The Miners, who fell to 1-3 in conference and 1-7 overall, are scheduled to host the Bitterroot Red

  • Butte Muckers walk off, rained out

    Butte Muckers walk off, rained out0

    A triple by Zach Tierney ended the day Saturday. Well, kind of. The Butte Muckers third baseman hit what went on the iPad as a two-run walk-off triple for an 11-9 win over the Belgrade B team on Miners Field at 3 Legends Stadium. Technically, however, the win will go as a 10-9 win for

  • Free meals for kids offered June 8-Aug. 14

    Free meals for kids offered June 8-Aug. 140

    Free meals will be offered to anyone 18 years old or younger at multiple locations throughout Butte and Ramsay every weekday from June 8 through Aug. 14. The grab-and-go meals, which are sponsored by Action Inc. of Butte, will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the following locations: Butte High School, East

  • Miners split with Outlaws

    Miners split with Outlaws0

    By Bruce Sayler   Life was good again.  The night was summery beautiful and two superb baseball games were played. The 3 Legends Stadium Miners Park structure at Copper Mountain Youth Sports Park was about as full as it could be in these social distancing times, and the facility itself was, of course, remaining majestic.  Butte


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