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Four members of the Site Selectors Guild shared their thoughts on where Butte's economy could grow at the Butte Public Archives on July 13, 2018. (L-R) Jay Garner, Rajeev Thakur, Dean Foote, Jerry Szatan.
Nora Saks

If Butte is going to compete as a location for new businesses, it needs to grow its workforce, its service sector, and work on its appearance. That’s according to a group of outside experts.

2018 Montana Folk Festival Preview Special

Jul 9, 2018
The Original Stage at the 2017 Montana Folk Festival in Butte, MT.
Josh Burnham

MTPR's Cole Grant hosts an exploration of the great music coming up July 13-15 at the Montana Folk Festival. Malian desert blues, Tennessee acapella gospel and Montana swing are just a few of the great genres represented at this year’s festival in Butte, MT. Tune in now to get to know some of the artists on the lineup for this weekend's festival.

Scott Pruitt resigned as the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, June 5, 2018.
PD.

Longtime Butte Superfund watchdog Fritz Daily says he’s not particularly surprised that Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt abruptly resigned Thursday amid various ethics investigations.

Butte-Silver Bow County's Parks and Recreation director J.P. Gallagher stands on a play feature designed to honor the carousel at the Columbia Gardens at Ridge Waters. June 25, 2018.
Nora Saks

I’m standing at the top of a tall tangle of bright red and blue slides at Ridge Waters, Butte’s brand new outdoor waterpark, as a teenage lifeguard gives a steady stream of dripping kids the green light to hop in, hang on, and ride down.

Thank You Butte!

Jun 28, 2018

We want to say a huge thanks to everyone who came out to the Covellite Theatre on Wednesday to help us launch and celebrate Richest Hill!

You told us about your Butte, what you're curious and concerned about, and what stories you think deserve more attention. Your suggestions and ideas will help shape the reporting process for Richest Hill, and help us stay rooted to what matters to Butte.

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