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  1. Survey: Arts & Culture in Butte

    The Imagine Butte Resource Center (IBRC) is currently conducting a survey on arts and culture in Butte. Read on...
  2. Council OKs new pact for Folk Festival

    Butte-Silver Bow commissioners agreed to a new three-year operating agreement with Mainstreet Uptown Butte Wednesday night for producing and staging the annual Montana Folk Festival. Read on...
  3. Air pollution alert lifted by Butte-Silver Bow Health Department

    The Butte Silver Bow Health Department has lifted the Air Pollution Alert for Silver Bow County as of 7:30 a.m. on November 21, 2014. Read on...
  4. No fines so far under revamped snow removal law

    Butte-Silver Bow has more volunteers in line to shovel sidewalks so far than people wanting their help under a revamped snow-removal ordinance that now carries possible fines. Read on...
  5. Montana Tech seeks judges for February Science Fair

    Over 500 students participate in the Tech Science & Engineering Fair annually. Competitive science fair programs are a critical first element in presenting the opportunities and excitement present in science and engineering careers to students. Read on...
  6. Hours Change at Thompson Park

    Thompson Park fall hours have changed according to Forest Service and Butte-Silver Bow officials. Starting in November, gates are closed until May 1, 2015. The public can still use the park area by parking at the entrance gates adjacent to Highway 2. Read on...
  7. Bear Gulch trail work completed and now open to the public

    Construction on Bear Gulch Trail #108 has been completed and the trail is open for public use. The Bear Gulch trailhead is located at Basin Creek Reservoir Park south of Butte. The trail is open to motorized and non-motorized uses. Read on...
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