BUTTE — Breaking down the social stigma of mental health issues in Butte is high on the list of the new Project Aware case managers.
BUTTE — The county could soon ask residents to weigh in on options for putting a public swimming pool and a hand-carved carousel that’s been years in the making at Stodden Park on Butte’s south side.
BUTTE — Four Butte teens who were the focus of a missing person’s alert could be charged with a “status offense’’ — but not a criminal offense, Undersheriff George Skuletich said Wednesday.
BUTTE — In celebration of the Mining City’s 150th anniversary, the spotlight this week is on 1930 to 1939.
BUTTE — At a time when local officials are trying to grow manufacturing in Butte-Silver Bow County, one of the area’s top prospects for adding jobs this year is in the sector that dominated for decades – mining.
BUTTE — The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation has renewed its commitment to donate up to $100,000 to support the Montana Folk Festival, according to a news release.
BUTTE — The Butte school district wants to tweak its tobacco-use policy to include the use of electronic cigarettes.
BUTTE — Dropping copper prices temporarily shuttered a mine in Troy this week, but don’t expect to see anything similar from Montana Resources in Butte.
BUTTE — In celebration of the Mining City’s 150th anniversary, the spotlight this week is on 1920 to 1929.
BUTTE — Let there be peace. I mean, really, please — let there be peace.
BUTTE — Two male adults and one male juvenile are accused of shattering a display window at a marijuana store in Butte and loading a car with stolen items early Monday.
Butte experienced its three biggest mining accidents — in 1915, 1916 and 1917.
BUTTE — Events that occurred during the 1910s included the sinking of two luxury ships, the “unsinkable” Titanic and the Lusitania, both of which had Butte residents aboard.
BUTTE — Postal Service officials just missed recovering $7,000 a Butte man was scammed out of on Jan. 4.
BUTTE — A man was shot late Sunday outside a residence near Gaylord and Farrell streets in Butte.
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho — In a search that spanned most of her life, Heather Livergood has found where she came from. And for Christmas she had the gift of family, including two brothers she never knew.
The 20th century was in its infancy and the Mining City, backed by its many mines, was taking big steps to compete in the world market. The following are some interesting happenings from 1900 to 1909.
BUTTE — The 20th century was in its infancy and the Mining City, backed by its many mines, was taking big steps to compete in the world market. The following are some interesting happenings from 1900 to 1909: