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  1. Zoning changes could target older mobile homes

    Nobody would be forced to leave or move their older mobile homes if Butte-Silver Bow enacts new zoning restrictions on how old additional ones can be and where they can go, officials said Tuesday. Read on...
  2. Butte 100 plans changes for 2015 edition

    Organizers of the Butte 100 Mountain Bike Race have the best kind of dilemma on their hands: how to make a great event even better. Read on...
  3. Highlands mine project OK'd, but haul road still undecided

    A proposed Highlands gold mine got a green light from the Montana Department of Environmental Quality on Monday. But the project is still stuck in neutral until the U.S. Forest Service decides what route ore-hauling trucks can use. Read on...
  4. 'Being Evel' film debut gets upbeat responses

    The new Evel Knievel documentary “Being Evel” has received upbeat reviews so far. The documentary on the famous daredevil and Butte native debuted at the high-profile Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on Sunday. Read on...
  5. Butte 'major employers' group reactivates

    Many of Butte’s largest or most prominent employers have started meeting on a regular basis again to support economic development efforts in Silver Bow County. Read on...
  6. Public meeting about potential changes to mobile home ordinance Jan. 27 and Feb. 3

    The Butte-Silver Bow Council of Commissioners is considering potential changes to the mobile home ordinance. The planning department will hold public meetings tomorrow, Jan. 27, 2015, and Feb. 3, 2015. Read on...
  7. Highlands mine could mean primary, secondary jobs

    At a time when local officials are trying to grow manufacturing in Butte-Silver Bow County, one of the area’s top prospects for adding jobs this year is in the sector that dominated for decades – mining. Read on...
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