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Donate Blood: Vitalant Hosts Drives In Butte On April 4-5
Donate Blood: Vitalant Hosts Drives In Butte On April 4-5
Donate Blood: Vitalant Hosts Drives In Butte On April 4-5
Our friends at Vitalant have done the math and they tell us that every 2 seconds, someone in America will need blood. It could be a little girl with leukemia. It could be the victim of an accident. It could be a lot of things. Vitalant supplies blood to around 900 hospitals in two dozen states. Two dozen hospitals who rely on Vitalant for their day-to-day and also their unimaginable blood needs. But one blood donation can save up to three lives. And Vitalant has a couple of blood drives here in town where you can potentially make that life-saving donation.
Higher Up at Butte's Montana Tech Arrested
Higher Up at Butte's Montana Tech Arrested
Higher Up at Butte's Montana Tech Arrested
Butte is not known for its crime, though crime rates here have reached 47 violent crime offenders per 1000 residents, putting it well above the national average of 38 per 1000. Point is, no place is absolved from crime. Case in point: on March 20th, 2024, a high-level employee at Butte's Montana Tech was taken into custody.
Montana's Eye-Sore Ranked Among Top 5 in World
Montana's Eye-Sore Ranked Among Top 5 in World
Montana's Eye-Sore Ranked Among Top 5 in World
These 5 manmade holes have proven themselves to be testaments to the human will and skill of engineering, all in all making up over 10 miles of deep excavation. Lucky for us here in the United States, Montana and Utah feature two entries on the list—and you may not expect them.
Uncover The Magic Of Butte Depot: Ideal Venue For Gatherings
Uncover The Magic Of Butte Depot: Ideal Venue For Gatherings
Uncover The Magic Of Butte Depot: Ideal Venue For Gatherings
Butte, Montana is known for its rough and tumble mining past. The mines in particular relied almost solely on railroads to transport ore and with Butte's population at one time well over 100,000, railway service was one of the most relied-on ways of getting to the Mining City. And the Butte Depot at 818 S. Arizona, formerly the Great Northern Railway Station, was at the heart of it. It is with that in mind that Bill Fisher and his family completely transformed the once-abandoned shell into one of the coolest reception halls you will find anywhere.

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