BUTTE — Butte-Silver Bow has lost patience with the owner of an Uptown building that collapsed in June.
BUTTE — Allen Ellmaker always gets one question from potential customers: what’s with his company’s name, Synesis7?
BUTTE — Butte Central Catholic Schools had no comment Friday about the pending litigation filed by Shaela Evenson, the teacher who was fired after she became pregnant while unwed.
BUTTE — A Butte man who called 911 unhappy his exotic dancer did not fulfill his request for sex has denied a charge of prostitution.
BUTTE — Police are searching for a man who pointed a handgun at a Safeway employee Sunday afternoon.
HELENA — State Democrats Saturday chose state Rep. Amanda Curtis, of Butte, as their new U.S. Senate candidate, putting the largely untested, freshman lawmaker up against Republican U.S. Rep. Steve Daines just 80 days before the election.
BUTTE — Turning a former mine yard into a distillery is going to take some doing, but the owners of Headframe Spirits have a plan to do it in just two years.
BUTTE — Suicide is the cause of the death of Jim Ryan, whose body was found in June on Homestake Pass, authorities said this morning.
BUTTE — Whiskey’s color isn’t all that different from copper.
BUTTE — Authorities have arrested two suspects in the weekend homicide at a southwest Montana campground and identified the victim as a Butte man.
BUTTE — Law enforcement officers in Butte are searching for a California man they suspect shot a Butte man in the leg.
BUTTE — County officials have deemed a house rented by a cat hoarder unlivable and ordered the Delaware Street home be demolished.
BUTTE — Revelers didn’t get too raucous over Evel Knievel Days this year, police say.
BUTTE — Local agencies are trying to put Butte’s recreational opportunities on the map — literally.
Here’s the Montana Folk Festival schedule of performances, movies and venues, based on information from www.montana-folkfestival.com
BUTTE — Authorities are working on catching roughly 90 cats from an apartment in Butte. The horrific condition of the home included animal carcasses and overwhelming piles of feces.
An increasing number of shoppers in cities in the Rocky Mountain West prefer to live within walking or biking distance of the stores they frequent and the cultural and entertainment destinations they love.
A 70-year-old Butte man died in the hospital Wednesday after a wreck earlier this week.
Slide triggers questions: Butte lacks avalanche center, but experts say it’s up to skiers to stay safe
BUTTE — The weekend rescue operation for four skiers on Red Mountain is raising new questions about avalanche safety in the Butte area, a region that lacks a specific agency to turn to for avalanche danger ratings.