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Lou Reed takes a walk to the other side

Oct. 27, 2013
Lou Reed, rock and roll legend, is dead at 71. Stephen Holden of the New York Times called him rock's "eternal New York Bohemian." Reed's art transcended the boundaries of the Big Apple and touched the lives of alienated music lovers everywhere. Read more in today's New York Times. Rolling Stone Magazine remembers him here.

Vang contemplates Foote's passing

Outdoor writer Paul Vang muses about the passing of Montana newspaperman Rick Foote. Vang's column appears weekly in the Butte Weekly. It can also be read online at

Little guy football champions undefeated

Oct. 21, 2013
Butte's Little Guy Football champions, the Lisac's Tires Raiders, went undefeated in 2013. The sixth graders played together for three years, and lost only one game during that time, reports.

Shutdown nears end, but damage is done

Oct. 16, 2013
done done, the damage done
Both the House and Senate will vote today on a bipartisan deal that looks likely to pass, Politico reports. But even though the shut down appears to be ending, the damage to the economy lingers on, the New York Times reports.

And the man plays on

Oct. 16, 2013
Butte Central Maroon lineman Connor Schulte plays on with a brace and a torn anterior cruciate ligament, an injury that ends professional sports careers. Remarkably, Schulte is well aware of the problems that continuing to play on the knee may cause him later in life, reports.
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