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  1. Butte's Historic Preservation Officer Moving On

    Uptown Butte is a unique place. Thousands of historic buildings sit in the six mile square area that runs north and south from Walkerville to Front Street, and east to west from the Berkley Pit to Montana Tech. Read on...
  2. Yellowstone opens to self-guided snowmobilers

    A new era in travel by snowmobile in Yellowstone National Park is off to a feeble start this winter. After being restricted to commercially guided trips only, snowmobilers can now ride into the park without a guide. Read on...
  3. Foundation awards $5,000 to eight local agencies

    The Butte-Silver Bow Community Foundation awarded eight grants totaling $5,000 to area agencies Thursday night at the Chamber of Commerce Business Card Social. Read on...
  4. Trails groomed and ready

    This week's report from the Mile High Nordic Foundation on area cross country skiing. Read on...
  5. Proposed Highlands gold mine clears hurdle

    A proposed gold mine in the Highlands south of Butte took another step toward getting permitted on Thursday -- but decisions about hauling routes still remain. Read on...
  6. Stablizing neighborhoods

    Two two-story, three-bedroom town homes at 623 and 627 W. Granite St are available for purchase through the Butte-headquartered National Affordable Housing Network. Read on...
  7. Authorities plead with public to stop stealing road signs

    Stealing a sign for Sesame Street or Easy Street may seem like a harmless act, but local officials say the crime could be deadly. Read on...
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