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  1. Butte-Silver Bow Parks and Recreation releases proposed aquatic facility public survey

    BUTTE – The Butte-Silver Bow Parks and Recreation Department has released a public survey to gauge the public’s opinion concerning the proposed aquatic facility at Stodden Park. Read on...
  2. Sen. Tester announces $322,000 for infrastructure upgrades for Butte Silver-Bow wastewater system

    (U.S. SENATE)—Senator Jon Tester today announced $322,000 in an Army Corps of Engineering grant for Butte Silver-Bow to upgrade local wastewater infrastructure. Read on...
  3. Big Brothers fundraising gala Friday

    Big Brothers Big Sisters Going Green Gala is Friday, March 6, in the Front Street Station, 800 E. Front St. Doors open at 6 p.m. Read on...
  4. Construction starts in April on new $10M Tech building

    Montana Tech expects construction to begin in early April on the new $10 million Natural Resources Research Center. The 32,000-square-foot building will primarily provide research laboratory space for faculty, undergraduates and graduate students. Read on...
  5. Public Forum - Council District No. 1

    There will be a Public Forum, Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 6:30pm at Holy Spirit Parish, 4201 Continental Avenue. The forum is to voice concerns, opinions, or ideas regarding the proposed pool Read on...
  6. Important Information About Your Drinking Water from The Butte-Silver Bow Water Department

    In October of 2010, the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) revoked the filtration waiver on the Basin Creek Reservoir in accordance with ARM 17.38.20. Read on...
  7. Butte Y pool ready for 400 swimmers this weekend

    The Butte YMCA has fixed a faulty filtration system in its swimming pool, so all systems are go for the nearly 400 swimmers coming this weekend for the state short course meet. Read on...
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