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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 connection: Shea, Petersen see Tiger work his magic

We know this: No matter where it happens, whenever history writes us all a memo in capital letters, it seems that more often than not, some… Read more

Mining City History: The American Theater and 'Betty's Nightmare'

Sometimes discoveries in Butte take us well beyond the local story. In 2011, when Chuck Schnabel was renovating the Grand Hotel on Broadway… Read more

As spring sets in, time to spruce up Butte

Butte-Silver Bow is bringing back a single-location Alley Rally soon and planning to plant new trees along Elizabeth Warren Avenue among ot… Read more

Climbing for a cause: Butte resident to climb Denali, Everest in the name of helping cancer patients

Butte resident and mountaineer Brent Cowley has seen the top of the world, having climbed some of the most famous peaks on the globe. Read more

2019 Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Year

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butte honored its Community and School Based volunteers at its Annual Appreciation Dinner on Thursday in the Th… Read more

Superfund negotiators offer plan to partially fund future creek

The state will set aside money from Atlantic Richfield to partially fund a man-made creek through the center of Butte as part of the restor… Read more

Atlantic Richfield plans to spend another $100 million on Butte cleanup

Atlantic Richfield Company "anticipates spending another $100 plus million on (the Butte Hill) on remediation, remedy enhancements and comm… Read more

Birthday bash: Butte American Legion celebrates 100 years

The swirling banner outside a swanky, maroon building in Butte on Saturday said it all: “Happy Birthday American Legion and Butte-Silver Bo… Read more

Photos: New nondenominational chapel opens at Butte senior center

Local religious leaders gathered for the opening of a new nondenominational chapel at Big Sky Senior Living in Butte on Friday morning. Read more

New chapel unveiled at Butte assisted-living facility

Seven years ago, a pair of long, narrow apartments at Big Sky Senior Living stood unrented, looking "like two bowling alleys," in the words… Read more



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