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  1. Making a splash: $50M and 27 years later, efforts to curb water runoff are saving Silver Bow Creek

    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. Read on...
  2. Bullock leads trade mission to China

    Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is embarking on an eight-day trade mission to China, along with Butte-based businesses Headframe Spirits and Montana Precision Products. Read on...
  3. Butte council OKs pool design contract

    Butte-Silver Bow commissioners agreed Wednesday night to pay an engineering firm nearly $20,000 to design three options for an outdoor public pool and possibly other features. Read on...
  4. Pay up: County after worst parking fine offenders

    Butte-Silver Bow is hoping to “close the book” on unpaid parking tickets issued under an old system – but it’s still trying to get the worst offenders to pay up. Read on...
  5. Trails, recreation conference in Butte this week

    About 100 people from throughout Montana will converge on Butte this week for the Montana Trails, Recreation and Park Association conference "Celebrating Montana's Backyard Treasures." Read on...
  6. State's tourism continues rebound

    Tourism across the state of Montana continued its rebound since the recession, said representatives at a tourism conference on Tuesday in Butte. Read on...
  7. County, MSE teaming up to foster entrepreneurship

    The leader of Butte’s new economic study is calling the Mike Mansfield Advanced Technology Center the county’s “secret weapon” for developing industrial entrepreneurship. Read on...
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