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 By Pat Williams    Opinion

Tale of two cities: Butte and Detroit

Some cities are wondrous things. Organisms at once propagating and receding, a single entity with parts living and others dying. We don’t often experience whole cities where... — Updated 5/31/2013 Full story


Honor Jackie Robinson by overcoming prejudice

Jackie Robinson's birthday earlier this week reminds us of a cool fall evening — Aug. 28, 1945 — when the 26-year-old former Army Lieutenant who had been court marshalled for refusing orders to sit in the back of an Army bus,... Full story

 By Pat Williams    Opinion

This year, baseball's promises will be kept

Baseball, like the swallows, is again moving north. It is spring and the national pastime with its civility and elegance is arriving in Montana just in time. Our four-month winter is over and, hopefully, so is the recent public... Full story

 By Pat Williams    Opinion

Remembering two very fine American politicians

Recently, we suffered the loss of two very fine American politicians: Hugh Carey, a former U.S. congressman and governor of New York, and former U.S. Sen. Mark Hatfield of Oregon. First, Gov. Carey. He was elected in 1975, and, lik...


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