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BUTTE — The Deer Lodge city council is studying whether it should revoke a conditional use permit from Walter Boese, who raises rare and exotic breed chickens within city limits.
Walter Boese holds one of his hens sporting a “chicken saddle,” which protects her delicate back feathers from scratching and pecking.
BUTTE — A 22-year-old man accused of killing a man who was celebrating his 20th high school reunion has denied the allegations.
BUTTE — Butte-Silver Bow has lost patience with the owner of an Uptown building that collapsed in June.
Naranche Stadium, with Butte High to the South, provides an intimate setting for a football game. Without a track to serve as a buffer, fans are practically on the field.
Historic Naranche Stadium reopened in 2011, bring Butte High football back to uptown Butte after nearly a 40-year absence.
BUTTE — A sex offender jailed in part for failing to register is accused of flooding his cell by breaking a sprinkler head.
BUTTE — Allen Ellmaker always gets one question from potential customers: what’s with his company’s name, Synesis7?
Allen Ellmaker, founder of Synesis7, climbs the stairs at the company he brought to Butte in 2003. Synesis was originally located in the Thornton Building at the corner of Broadway and Wyoming streets in Uptown Butte, but has since moved to 220 N. Alaska St.
BUTTE — A child escaped injury after it tumbled out of a third-story window at the 910 Evans St. apartment complex Friday evening, police said.
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.
Montana Congressman Rep. Steve Daines addresses the Resodyn Industrial Technology Forum on Friday morning at Montana Tech.
BUTTE — A former teacher fired for being pregnant filed a lawsuit in Butte federal court Thursday against Butte Central Catholic Schools.
BUTTE — While people are applauding the decision not to list Arctic grayling as an endangered species, others have resolved to sue for a different outcome.
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 — A Butte mother accused of giving birth in June while high on methamphetamine will return to Montana on Friday to face her felony charges.
BUTTE — The two suspects in the Wise River killing are now in Dillon jail on deliberate homicide charges. Each is being held on more than $500,000 bond.
BUTTE — Police are searching for a man who pointed a handgun at a Safeway employee Sunday afternoon.
Amanda Curtis was selected by state Democrats at a special convention Saturday to replace John Walsh as the party's Senate nominee. Curtis is a graduate of Billings Skyview High School.
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.
John McKee is pictured Thursday at the Kelley Mine Yard.
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 — State officials say a 60-year-old man died in an apparent homicide at a Beaverhead County campground over the weekend.
BUTTE — A hiker in the Welcome Creek Wilderness found human remains over the weekend.
BUTTE — The father-in-law of Montana's lieutenant governor has turned himself in to state regulators after he was caught misappropriating funds from his Anaconda law firm.
Tisha Ann Brunell talks her attorney Victor Bunitsky in Anaconda district court.
BUTTE — A former prison nurse who had sex with an inmate was sentenced to 25 years at the Montana Women's Prison.
Pat Grantham of Clancy surveys Lost Cabin Lake in the Tobacco Root Mountains in southwestern Montana on a late July evening as the sun began to cast long shadows.
CARDWELL — A popular and relatively easy trek into the heart of the Tobacco Root Mountains, about 30 miles southeast of Butte, is Lost Cabin Lake.
BUTTE — A 42-year-old Butte man suffered severe burns across his face and body Thursday afternoon while working on a motor home’s engine.
BUTTE — County officials have deemed a house rented by a cat hoarder unlivable and ordered the Delaware Street home be demolished.
The owner of the M&M Cigar Store in Butte is at risk of losing the iconic sign in a lawsuit alleging non-payment for restoration work.
BUTTE — The landmark M&M Cigar Store restaurant and its owner, Sam Jankovich, are mired in legal problems taking a bite out of the business’s finances.
BUTTE — Although the 2.5-mile hike to the top of Haystack Mountain, northeast of Butte, is a little on the strenuous side, the reward at the summit is well worth the effort.
BUTTE — Revelers didn’t get too raucous over Evel Knievel Days this year, police say.
The 8,829-foot summit of Haystack Mountain northeast of Butte provides views of at least 10 mountain ranges.
BUTTE — Like so many Evel Knievel stunts, planning for the daredevil’s namesake festival wasn’t smooth, but organizers pulled it off.
BUTTE — Humorous, beloved, a champion for working people, a tough legislator who worked across the aisle.
Bryan Spangler makes a high speed take off from a wooden ramp set up on East Park Street into a row of parked cars during the Evel Knievel Days big jump finale Saturday night. Spangler made a safe landing but his momentum crashed the car into a concrete barrier emerging from the car Bryan Sp…
Stuntman Levi Troutman performs his “Kamikaze Kid Burn” stunt for the Evel Knievel Days crowd gathered on East Park Street.
Mini Mad Mike Cook crashes through flaming barriers Saturday night.
Abby Cline and "Rosie" perform their extreme canine act for a large crowd of dog lovers Friday afternoon in the kid Knievel area on East Granite Street.
Bryce Hudson, top, and Jimmy Hill cross in mid-air while doing stunts for the crowd gathered on East Broadway Street.
Jimmy Hill of the Matt Hoffman Thrill team flies through the air with his motorcycle Friday during the team's show.
Riders competing in the Evel Urban Downhill Bike Race get air on jumps that span a cage of mountains and a pit of rattle snakes at the base of the near jump Thursday evening during the first day of Evel Knievel Days in Butte.
People gather to watch Chris Clark perform his bicycle stunt show Friday afternoon during the second day of Evel Knievel Days.
Circus Una performers Sara Young,on the motorcycle and Una Mimnagh hanging on a trapeze spin on a high wire during their thrill show at Evel Knievel Days on Thursday afternoon.
Robbie Knievel, left, leads the annual bike parade down Montanat Street during the cruise of the Evel Knievel Loop on Friday night.