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Editor's cut: News of the Week

The Montana Standard publishes hundreds of news articles every week. It's somewhat easy to miss something. That's why we have this email newsletter. If you read nothing else from this entire week, you should make sure that you read these 10 stories.

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Butte board trustees approve $35 million bond resolution for upcoming election

The Butte School District Board of Trustees Monday unanimously passed a $35 million bond resolution for the upcoming November election. Read more

Reporter's notebook: A look at the Montana Folk Festival after hours

The July sun shines down on hundreds of heads and thousands of fingers thumbing through the 2018 Montana Folk Festival schedule. Some searc… Read more

Do you know where your fiber comes from? Ranchers, artisans gather for textile-arts festival in Whitehall

The farm-to-table movement has become a popular concept in recent years, but Butte resident Betty Kujawa says there are two sides of the co… Read more

Mining City History: Early photographer left rich legacy

Angelo (or Alrick) Dusseau was born in Burlington, Vermont, in 1842 or 1843, of French-Canadian parents. He traveled west, to Wisconsin, by… Read more

11th annual Montana Folk Festival brings the world to Butte

In its eleventh year, the Montana Folk Festival brought diversity and culture to Southwest Montana with a celebration hosting musicians fro… Read more

Our favorite images from the 11th annual Montana Folk Festival

As the Montana Folk Festival heads into its 11th year of music and dancing, food and art marketing, locals are using a new greeting when th… Read more

Cryptocurrency frequently asked questions

What is cryptocurrency? Read more

Dan Burrell: A new kind of mining king for Butte

Multimillionaire entrepreneur Dan Burrell isn't a copper king, but he is the king of a new kind of Butte mining. Read more

It’s the blockchain, stupid: Local tech professionals say blockchain is the main event, not bitcoin

After CryptoWatt Mining LLC turned on its first servers in the MSE complex south of Butte, there has been a lot of talk about what bitcoin … Read more

A world-music dance party in Uptown Butte



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