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  1. Granite Street closed for construction for two weeks starting Sept. 30, weather permitting

    Crews will be doing road construction on Granite from Montana to Main starting on September 30 if the weather permits. The milling and paving will take approximately two weeks from the start date. Granite Street will be closed to traffic during this time. Read on...
  2. Butte's Mai Wah Museum offers sneak-peek tour

    The Mai Wah Museum, 17 W. Mercury St., will host a free members-only end-of-season “Below The Scenes” tour at 2 p.m. Sunday Sept. 28. Read on...
  3. Big-ticket projects could pay off for decades

    Heavy lifting on two of the biggest public projects in Butte’s history is about to begin. Read on...
  4. New digs: Spot overlooking city in store for local baseball

    Pieces are falling in place for a new field and venue – one more directly overlooking the city – to American Legion baseball in Butte. Read on...
  5. Cats from Delaware Street house now available for adoption

    The Chelsea Bailey Butte-Silver Bow Animal Shelter is happy to announce that the cats from the unfortunate Delaware Street hoarding situation that came to city-county Animal Services’ attention in July are now available for adoption. Read on...
  6. Making a splash: $50M and 27 years later, efforts to curb water runoff are saving Silver Bow Creek

    Flush a toilet in Butte, and the water is treated before it ends up in Silver Bow Creek. But raindrops and melted snowflakes trickle in untreated -- and all that water picks up sediment, heavy metals and mine waste along the way. Read on...
  7. Bullock leads trade mission to China

    Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is embarking on an eight-day trade mission to China, along with Butte-based businesses Headframe Spirits and Montana Precision Products. Read on...
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