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  1. Here’s to 150 years, Butte!

    The unveiling of the exhibit of Butte’s history in the courthouse on Monday, October 6 shows the ups and downs the city has gone through during the past 150 years. Read on...
  2. Copper Mountain Driving range, Basin Creek Park closing for the season

    On Friday, October 3 the Butte-Silver Bow Parks and Recreation Department will be closing Basin Creek Park and the driving range at Copper Mountain Park for the season. Read on...
  3. Highlands College lands $640K grant to advance health job training

    Highlands College has landed a $637,940 grant to help boost its health care job training programs, particularly for health care majors, adult learners, veterans and the unemployed. Read on...
  4. Teams needed for adult women’s volleyball league

    The Butte-Silver Bow Parks and Recreation Department is accepting teams for the adult 2014 women’s volleyball season. The League runs from October 13 through December 15, 2014. Read on...
  5. Meeting on Greeley neighborhood improvements October 6

    The Community Development Department invites the public to attend a meeting at the Racetrack Fire Hall, 2344 Grand Avenue, on Monday, October 6 at 5:30 p.m. to learn about a planning grant to study infrastructure needs in the Greeley neighborhood. Read on...
  6. County undertaking site study to relocate shops

    To remove the Parrot smelter tailings, which are poisoning groundwater in the middle of Butte, Butte-Silver Bow must first remove the county shops, which are on top of the tailings pile. Read on...
  7. Butte Sesquicentennial celebration events announced

    In honor of the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the establishment of the city-county of Butte-Silver Bow, Chief Executive Matt Vincent, the Butte Archives, and other partners will host a series of events to celebrate the sesquicentennial. Read on...
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