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  1. Council OK’s $181 million budget for Butte-Silver Bow

    Butte-Silver Bow commissioners approved a new $181 million budget Monday that will increase property taxes slightly, spend a little less on basic, tax-supported services and steer more money into reserves. Read on...
  2. Butte-Silver Bow seeks public comments on draft Comprehensive Historic Preservation Plan

    After more than a year of public meetings and presentations, Butte-Silver Bow is pleased to announce the release of the final draft Comprehensive Historic Preservation Plan for public comment. Read on...
  3. Public schools’ website has new look for fall

    Butte public schools have a redesigned website in time for the first day of school on Sept. 2 — thanks to Internet technician specialist Zack Horne. Read on...
  4. Bozeman company raises $50K for Butte documentary

    A Bozeman company that made a film about Butte raised $51,318 for its “Orphan Girl” short documentary, which premieres at the Mother Lode Theater on Sept. 11. Read on...
  5. Butte historic homes receive fix-up money

    Ten recipients have received money to fix up the exterior of their historic Butte homes. Butte Citizens for Preservation and Revitalization awarded $7,750 in Historic Improvement Program grants in the most recent award cycle. Read on...
  6. Economic Development Ad Hoc Committee to meet on Wednesday, August 27

    The Council and CEO's Economic Development Ad Hoc Committee will meet next on Wednesday, August 27 at 4:00 p.m. in room 103 of the Butte-Silver Bow Courthouse. Read on...
  7. New Evening Harvest Farmers Markets run Wednesdays, August 20 - September 17 near Civic Center

    The new Evening Harvest Farmers Market will run every Wednesday starting on August 20 and running through September 17 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. on the lawn next to the City Bus Station on the north east corner of Harrison and Civic Center Road. Read on...
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