BUTTE — A Butte mother accused of being high on methamphetamine when giving birth earlier this year and then fleeing is now facing federal drug charges.
BUTTE — At least one lawyer has sued his former law firm over money he says is owed him since he helped settle Huguette Clark’s $300 million estate.
Every man, woman and child who visited the Columbia Gardens had a favorite ride. For many, it was the biplanes, as you can plainly see in this circa 1968 Montana Standard photograph.
Seven months after the Japanese surrendered in World War II, striking miners in Butte were waging a different battle. Many homes of men who crossed their picket lines were vandalized.
A night many will remember in 2012 is when the Butte High Bulldogs took state, beating the Bozeman Hawks by a score of 38 to 36. With seconds to go, Jake Dennehy kicked a 46-yard field goal and the rest, they say, is history.
The Mining City was well-known throughout the Northwest for its ornate theaters. Featured here is the Rialto Theater, which was located on the corner of Park and Main Streets.
For more than 80 years, Hennessy’s Department Store was the place to shop. The company closed its Butte store in 1980.
In the 1950s, Harrison Avenue was home to a number of eating establishments, including the Chuck Wagon Drive-Inn.
Sherman School was just one of many Butte elementary institutions. Young Walkerville residents attended this school. This photograph was taken around 1905.
Here’s a view of Uptown Butte, circa 1917. The photograph features the corner of Park and Main Streets, which was home to the Medical Arts building.
On July 4, 1939, Gamers Shoes entered this float in the parade to celebrate Montana’s 50th birthday.
Thirty-five years ago fire destroyed the Silver Bow Block, which was located directly across the street from The Montana Standard on Granite Street. Atop the building at left were intricate sculptures, including the one seen at right.
Corktown was one of the many ethnic Butte neighborhoods. This Library of Congress photo, taken around 1939, gives an unobstructed view of Wyoming Street.
A full moon illuminates Our Lady of the Rockies in this 2003 photograph.
BUTTE — Historian, sports legend, author and play-by-play announcer Pat Kearney was found dead at his home on Tuesday evening. He was 59.
BUTTE — "Rainbow Dash." "Jade." "Pinkie Pie." These are "My Little Pony" characters — not your typical graffiti monikers. Someone tagged a Butte neighborhood with not only the names but the words "My Little Pony."
BUTTE — No matter how the legal and financial woes facing the closed-again M&M bar and restaurant play out, county officials and others want its iconic neon sign to stay in Butte.