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Annie Pentilla


Butte, MT, United States

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Past articles by Annie:

Cattle escape after truck overturns on I-15 Wednesday

Cows and bulls wandered onto a grassy field Wednesday afternoon after a semi-truck carrying 37 cattle overturned on Interstate 15 near its junction with Interstate 90. → Read More

Bearded man scams casino

Police say they are looking for a man who scammed a Butte casino out of $400 Wednesday night. → Read More

Butte School District taps technology to track students on district buses

Parents with students in the Butte School District will soon be able to use their smartphones to track their children’s progress as they make their way to and from school → Read More

Big Hole Valley mainstay Wise River Club for sale

With its wood paneling interior and racks of elk antlers that line the ceiling, the Wise River club is the quintessential small-town café. But this seemingly unassuming lodge, restaurant and → Read More

McClusky Fire grows rapidly, sends tower of smoke over Butte

Whipped by strong winds and spreading over dry timber, the McClusky Fire near Lake Delmoe has mushroomed in size, growing from about 100 acres last week to 974 acres. A → Read More

Meaderville’s Alpine Bar building to get new use

It appears nothing could stand in the way of Val’s Alpine Bar — not even the Berkeley Pit. → Read More

Zoning board to hear proposal for Uptown laboratory

A company is proposing to build a soil- and water-testing laboratory on East Broadway Street near Old Lexington Gardens. → Read More

25 years after elementary-school shooting, Butte hosts school safety summit

2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the death of Jeremy Bullock, the 11-year-old Margaret Leary Elementary School student who lost his life after a fellow student shot him in the → Read More

Butte tough: Little coffee shop that could holds on despite setbacks

One can tell by its name that Perkeley Pit Coffee in Butte is an espresso house with a sense of humor. → Read More

An Rí Rá gears up for its 17th season

The An Rí Rá Montana Irish Festival is gearing up for another showcase this weekend in Butte, and organizers say the event will draw crowds from the Mining City, to → Read More

Larry Noonan, former AWARE CEO, human services visionary, dies at age 68

Larry Noonan, longtime leader of AWARE Inc., died Wednesday at age 68. → Read More

Town Pump expands proposal after purchase of Jim's Corner Bar

Town Pump plans to build a larger gas station and convenience store on Montana Street than what the company originally received a zoning variance to pursue in December and presented → Read More

Butte underground: Speakeasy-style bar opens Uptown

If you’re walking along Park Street and happen upon a sign that reads “Fifty One Below,” that’s not the temperature in Uptown Butte. (Although the Mining City can get pretty → Read More

Founder of The Anaconda Leader dies at age 90

Anaconda and Philipsburg lost one of their most notable businessmen Friday. → Read More

Anaconda economic group soon to be under new leadership

After serving nearly 37 years as the executive director of the Anaconda Local Development Corp., Jim Davison plans to retire and to assume instead the role of “quality control” at → Read More

Builder and real-estate company combine forces to bring new homes to Butte

In a place where a majority of the housing stock was built before the 1940s, new homes in Butte are a bit of a commodity. → Read More

Butte on the silver screen: Mother Lode to host hometown premiere of Zulu documentary

When you speak with anyone who’s been involved in the making of “Zulu Summer,” they all tend to say the same thing: The summer that an emissary from South Africa → Read More

Butte residents get creative at Edible Book Festival

Librarian Shari Curtis didn’t come up with the idea for the Butte-Silver Bow Public Library’s annual Edible Book Festival, but some might say it’s kind of in her wheelhouse. → Read More

Butte Stokes to liquidate grocery to make way for expanded hardware store

Stokes Market in Butte is doubling down on its True Value franchise with a planned expansion of the hardware retailer at the market's Harrison Avenue location. But the move comes → Read More

Chamber director honored for role in Butte 100 bike race at tourism conference

Butte Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Stephanie Sorini was recognized Monday for her role in the Butte 100 mountain bike race during an ongoing statewide tourism conference, which has drawn → Read More