June 23, 2020

By Jim Ayres 

Where do we go from here? Everyone is in the same boat but we can’t decide which direction to row. To keep from going in circles we have to come up with a plan.  You’re asking, “What’s he talking about’? I am wondering if it’s safe to open the Carousel or...

June 23, 2020

By Mike Lawson

Greetings once again to you the Veterans/Communities/Counties of SW MT who are the chief organizers and supporters of the “SW MT Veteran’s Home.

Wind and rain were a big factor this week, as it hit Butte hard and limited what could be accomplished outside...

June 23, 2020

“Capital organizes and therefore Labor must organize!” 

-President Theodore Roosevelt, Progressive Republican, Progressive Party Founder

Wednesday, June 24:

Troops arrested 22 WFM Union members in Telluride, Colorado, accused them of being strike leaders and illegally “de...

June 23, 2020

Delicious Summer Fruit

By Debbie Sorensen

Summertime seems to have a way of bringing a bit of adventure to outdoor meals and picnics.  This salad with a zesty citrus and spice sauce caught my eye and I decided to use it for a special family celebration. I found it in the...

June 23, 2020

Thank You

With gratitude I write to express my deep appreciation to many friends and neighbors for your support with advice, signs, contributions, information and encouragement during the unique 2020 Primary Election campaign. Special thanks to campaign Treasurer Lynora...

June 23, 2020

Weekend rundown of our local law enforcement and surrounding agencies Police/Agencies 

responded to over 220 calls this past weekend

- 5 DUI

- 5 Accidents

- 4 Drug related

- 19 Disturbance calls

- 24 Traffic stop

- 8 Theft/Burglary

- 5 Stolen/Abandon 


- 1 Suici...

June 23, 2020

The Butte Farmers Market joins markets across the state in reinstating its SNAP and Double SNAP Dollars Program in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Beginning June 20, customers again will be able to use SNAP benefits at The Butte Farmers Market. For the second year,...

June 23, 2020

By Robin Jordan

Butte-Silver Bow commissioners voted last week to pursue amending the local zoning ordinance to require conditional use permits for state-licensed “community residential facilities” despite a recommendation against the change from the planning board.


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