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  1. Butte-Silver Bow holds public meeting December 4 on concept of National Heritage Area

    On Thursday, December 4 at 3:00 p.m. Butte-Silver Bow will hold a public meeting in Room 103 of the Butte Courthouse, 155 West Granite Street, to discuss the possibility of creating a National Heritage Area or Park. Read on...
  2. Free app shows Montana road conditions, weather

    The Montana Department of Transportation is making it easier to prepare for holiday travel and winter roads with a free mobile application that provides road conditions, weather, incidents, highway closures and roadway camera images. Read on...
  3. Place to unload: Teen Grief Group offers support

    It’s been a year since the first of four youth suicides occurred in Butte-Silver Bow County. Read on...
  4. Butte-Silver Bow property values buck state average

    Property values in Butte-Silver Bow are on the rise, fueled by higher-value homes and renewed interest from outside companies. Read on...
  5. Christmas at the Chateau

    The historic Clark Chateau will reopen on Saturday, December 6, with "Christmas at the Chateau," featuring an exhibit of private collections of Santas and decorated trees on the first floor and Nativities on the second floor. Read on...
  6. Online Suicide Prevention resources available

    In November 2014, Butte-Silver Bow Superintendent of Schools Cathy Maloney hosted a webinar on suicide prevention. Resources from the webinar are available for general use on the Superintendent's area of the website. Read on...
  7. Ice jam season underway- be prepared

    Winter is here, along with ice jam season. Ice jams are formed as a result of long cold spells that cause portions of rivers to freeze. Fluctuations in temperature or water level can break the ice into chunks which can jam as they move downstream. Read on...
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