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Southwest Montana is a hotbed for medical marijuana. The darker green the county, the more providers it has in the state's medical marijuana program compared to its overall population.
Southwest Montana is a hotbed for medical marijuana. The darker green the county, the more cardholders it has in the state’s medical marijuana program compared to its overall population. Butte-Silver Bow is second only to Madison County.
BUTTE — Montana Buds. Mining City Medical. Blunts.
BUTTE — The proposed underground gold mine in the Highlands south of Butte has cleared another hurdle toward establishing mining operations.
The proposed underground gold mine operation in the Highlands is moving forward. The mine is located on the northwest side of Red Mountain. Pictured here is an aerial view of the Highlands, but the mine operation is not visible.
A man accused of burglarizing the Park Street Liquor and using a peculiar disguise missed a scheduled arraignment Thursday.
BUTTE — Two transients accused of killing a Butte man at a campground near Wise River pleaded not guilty in Dillon district court this morning.
BUTTE — Butte authorities have received several calls regarding a former Butte officer arrested this week in Colorado for stalking a woman while on duty. At least one of those calls involved a potential victim in Butte.
BUTTE — A 37-year-old California man accused of shooting another man in the leg failed to show up for his arraignment hearing Thursday morning in Butte district court.
MISSOULA — Flush a toilet in Butte, and the water is treated before it ends up in Silver Bow Creek. But raindrops and melted snowflakes trickle in untreated — and all that water picks up sediment, heavy metals and mine waste along the way.
James Coyne with the Butte-Silver Bow Public Works department uses a skid steer to remove sediment and rocks from a Missoula Gulch drainage on Missoula Street.
BUTTE — Tourism across the state of Montana continued its rebound since the recession, said representatives at a tourism conference on Tuesday in Butte.
Tourists load onto the Butte Trolley at the Berkeley Pit Viewing Stand in this July 2014 file photo.
BUTTE — An Anaconda pet owner has been charged with assaulting the drunken driver who struck and killed his dog, police said.
BUTTE — A Butte man accused of armed robbery and later threatening to shank jail staff now faces a new charge for flooding his cell for the second time.
Drivers in Montana are more likely to crash into a deer than almost any other place in the nation — but not as likely as last year.
BUTTE — A first-of-its-kind film conference will be held in Butte this October.
BUTTE — Butte filmmaker Margie Judd reinterprets famed Butte author Mary MacLane in an upcoming documentary film made for Montana PBS.
Butte remains a Democratic stronghold in a purple state.
A ticket to Evel Knievel's Snake River Canyon jump.
The X-1 Skycycle, in an undated photo. From Wikipedia: "(Evel) Knievel hired subcontractor and aeronautical engineer Doug Malewicki to build him a rocket-powered cycle to jump across the Snake River, and called it the X-1 Skycycle. Malwecki's creation was powered by a steam engine built by f…
Evel Knievel is lowered into his Skycycle at the rim of the Snake River Canyon in 1974.
Evel Knievel in 2006.
Evel Knievel in 2005.
Leader of the pack, Evel Knievel, heads uptown leading hundred of bikers in a parade around the Evel Loop. -wh
Evel Knievel in 2005.
Butte daredevil Evel Knievel, with his dog "Rocket" in his motor home in Butte, Mont.
Evel Knievel in 1990.
Parade leaders Bill Rundle, left, and Evel Knievel lead a parade of 150 bikers over Broadway Street at the start of the annual cruise of the Evel Loop on Aug. 1, 2003, in Butte, Mont. (Photo by Walter Hinick)
Butte daredevil Evel Knievel reflects on events that shaped his life and career during an interview July 25, 2005, in Butte, Mont. (Photo by Walter Hinick/Montana Standard)
Evel Knievel introduces Trigger Gumm prior to his motorcycle stunt during Evel Knievel Days in Butte, Mont. (Photo by Alycia Holland/The Montana Standard)
Evel Knievel is pictured during a 2005 interview.
Evel Knievel is pictured July 18, 2005, in Butte, Mont., with a stone marker that he will use as his headstone on his grave. The gravestone had been stored in Twin Falls, Idaho, since his attempted Snake River jump in 1974. (Photo by Walter Hinick/Montana Standard)
Evel Knievel file photo.
Evel Knievel is pictured at the scene of a stunt.
Evel Knievel's signature.
Evel Knievel and his first wife.
Evel Knievel with other celebrities.
Evel Knievel and Pat at the beach.
Evel Knievel gives an interview.
Evel Knievel uses a cane.
Evel Knievel is carried on a stretcher.
Evel Knievel rides in a parade.