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Gianforte's Anaconda visit brings money to Youth Empowerment Services

Gov. Greg Gianforte visited the Yes! non-profit in Anaconda Thursday to donate a quarter of his annual salary. → Read More

Arctic cold and moisture likely to produce regional snow

The cold could be dangerous for those unprepared. → Read More

Bushwhacking: Risks, rewards, reverie

Bushwhacking offers risks, rewards and reverie. → Read More

Anaconda Murdoch's store could open in late May

Bozeman-based Murdoch's Ranch & Home Supply hopes to open its store in Anaconda in late May. → Read More

GNP: Revels, memories, gratitude

A visit to Glacier National Park with my brother triggers memories of his transcendence of polio limitations. → Read More

Mother Lode lands 'a jewel of an instrument'

Butte Symphony acquires late model Steinway & Sons Model D concert grand. → Read More

Coming home to blessings after late-in-life deployment for Anaconda veteran

Anaconda High School teacher John Stevenson was deployed to Iraq with the National Guard when he was 56 years old. → Read More

Man, woman in Anaconda allegedly tried to kill her ex-husband with antifreeze

The alleged poisonings occurred during the summer of 2021. → Read More

Registered nurses unionize at Barrett Hospital in Dillon

Registered nurses voted April 15 to become part of the Montana Nurses Association labor union. → Read More

April's cold temps break local records

Record-setting cold in April could help snowpack last longer. → Read More

Swinging for the seats in Louisville: Speech standouts heading to national tourney

Practice and more practice plus commitment. → Read More

Garrels remembered as a compassionate physician, friend

The fishing photos from British Columbia prove that the hard-working family physician knew how to set a hook. → Read More

Ukrainians with Butte ties: Riled and proud

Feelings range day to day from terror to anger to pride for two young Ukrainian women with ties to Butte. → Read More

Kokanee cap at Georgetown Lake stirs opposition

Anglers who enjoy ice fishing for kokanee salmon at Georgetown Lake are unhappy about a new catch limit. → Read More

Butte Symphony: Strings, bows and slapstick for kids

Many kids wouldn’t know orchestral music if you hit them upside the head with a bassoon. → Read More

In Butte, COVID is waning and flu is waxing

In Butte-Silver Bow County Covid-19 is waning but flu is waxing. → Read More

Butte Rescue Mission provides shelter from the bitter cold

The Butte Rescue Mission provides emergency shelter for the homeless as bitter cold continues. → Read More

Montana Tech grapples with budget deficit tied to enrollment

Montana Technological University grapples with budget deficit tied to enrollment declines in recent years. → Read More

And the bear kept coming: Adventures with a legendary Montana bear biologist

A 1994 trip to Manitoba provided a memorable experience watching polar bears with bear biologist Chuck Jonkel. → Read More

Michaelynn Hawk remembered for activism 'from the heart'

Michaelynn Hawk remembered as an effective and fierce activist for Native American causes. → Read More