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  1. Public invited to apply for up to $100,000 grants to restore middle of Butte

    The public is invited to participate in restoring 64 acres in the middle of Butte by applying for grant money up to $100,000 per project. Read on...
  2. Old Works Golf Course unlikely to close

    It’s unlikely the financially struggling Old Works Golf Course will close as negotiations continue on its future, a spokesman said Tuesday. Read on...
  3. Voting records for the Council of Commissioners now available online

    Voting records of the Butte-Silver Bow Council of Commissioners are now available in a simplified tabular format: click here for 2014 voting records. Read on...
  4. Community Workshops on Montana Pole Superfund Site Planning

    The Department of Environmental Quality has informed Butte-Silver Bow staff that final remedial action steps are being designed for the Montana Pole & Treating Plant Site, with construction slated for 2015-2016. Read on...
  5. Butte Labor History Center to open Uptown

    It's official: The Butte Labor History Center, a hub to highlight the city's most important union episodes, will open next year. Read on...
  6. Construction shows Butte is in motion - by Chief Executive Matt Vincent

    We have a saying here in Montana: There are two seasons – winter and road construction. It’s true that once winter finally thaws in late May any construction project must make hay before the frost hits again. Read on...
  7. Business licenses help county track businesses, protect consumers

    Dozens of businesses pop up in Butte-Silver Bow each month. Many are small construction or landscaping companies; others are hair salons, tech companies or restaurants. Read on...
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