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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 AIDS Support Services, Friends with a Point now housed at Rainbow + Community Center

Ezerae Coates knew she was different at four years old. When she was a teenager, she became a trans woman. Read more

Rainbow + Community Center to support Butte's LGBTQ+ community

A woman estranged from her father for 12 years. Another woman whose family told her she was ill. A young boy pulled out of public school fo… Read more

Judge on attacker: 'I think he needs to spend more time in prison'

Saying he was tired of his excuses and failures in many treatment programs, a judge sentenced Ross Robert Habets to another five years in t… Read more

Photos: Historic holiday star reborn at Steward headframe

With winds gusting between 25 and 30 miles per hour and a wind-chill dipping into the teens, officials from the World Museum of Mining and … Read more

Man who fired 50 rounds then was shot by cop in Deer Lodge identified

The man who fired between 50 and 60 shots in Deer Lodge Monday before being shot by a police officer has been identified. Read more

Anaconda youth program finds new home

When Karen McCarthy co-founded the Youth Empowerment Services after school and summer enrichment program in Anaconda in 2016, the organizat… Read more

A memory of loss: Art memorializes dead geese

About this time two years ago, many in Butte were grieving. Read more

Getting the Berkeley Pit under control: Pumping treated water could start as soon as March

Montana Resources and Atlantic Richfield Company won't have the Berkeley Pit pilot project in time for Christmas this year, but the project… Read more

Morning fire destroys mobile home on Flat; cause under investigation

Fire destroyed a mobile home on the 3500 block of Gaylord Street in Butte on Sunday morning. Read more

Daines, Gianforte bills to release WSA designations dead — for now

Bills authored by Montana Republicans U.S. Sen. Steve Daines and U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte to remove Wilderness Study Area designations from… Read more

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