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  1. Creative cutting edge: Butte students expand 3-D horizons

    Innovations spring up like unsuspecting wildflowers when East Middle School seventh-graders meet 3-D printers. Read on...
  2. 13 groups seek econ development tax dollars

    Thirteen groups have asked for part or all of $68,000 in local tax money this year, with requests ranging from $1,650 for a labor history center to the entire amount for building a carousel at Stodden Park. Read on...
  3. Butte airport sees modest hike in boardings

    Boardings at Butte’s Bert Mooney Airport rose for the second year in a row, and airport administrators hope to continue that growth as plans develop for a multi-million dollar terminal expansion. Read on...
  4. Butte public schools want e-cigs added to tobacco ban policy

    The Butte school district wants to tweak its tobacco-use policy to include the use of electronic cigarettes. Read on...
  5. Butte girl to audition for America’s Got Talent

    Kama Rae Cotton-Jensen, 13, of Butte has been chosen to audition for “America’s Got Talent” Tuesday, Feb. 10, in Boise, Idaho. Read on...
  6. No layoffs planned at Butte mine as copper dips

    Dropping copper prices temporarily shuttered a mine in Troy this week, but don’t expect to see anything similar from Montana Resources in Butte. Read on...
  7. Butte Arts Symposium set for Friday in Butte

    The fourth annual Butte Arts Symposium kicks off at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 23, at the Imagine Butte Resource Center, 68 W. Park St., in Uptown Butte. Presentations begin at 7 p.m. Read on...
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