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  • Man wanted for murder of three in Idaho

    Man wanted for murder of three in Idaho

    Thursday, June 22 2017 12:00 AM EDT2017-06-22 04:00:45 GMT
    Bullinger is wanted by police (KREM)Bullinger is wanted by police (KREM)

    The suspect in the murders of three people in Idaho earlier this week is scheduled to participate in Valkyrie Riders InZane in Billings on Monday. 

    The suspect in the murders of three people in Idaho earlier this week is scheduled to participate in Valkyrie Riders InZane in Billings on Monday. 

  • Low-power Butte radio station gets high-power support

    Low-power Butte radio station gets high-power support

    Wednesday, June 21 2017 10:18 PM EDT2017-06-22 02:18:42 GMT

    A low-power radio station in Butte is only two years old but after a recent pledge drive has shown some high-power support. “I think people not only sent a message that they enjoy KBMF but that want us to continue doing what we’re doing and continue growing,” 

    A low-power radio station in Butte is only two years old but after a recent pledge drive has shown some high-power support. “I think people not only sent a message that they enjoy KBMF but that want us to continue doing what we’re doing and continue growing,” 

  • More than 460 quakes recorded in West Yellowstone area since June 12

    More than 460 quakes recorded in West Yellowstone area since June 12

    Tuesday, June 20 2017 10:03 PM EDT2017-06-21 02:03:43 GMT

    The earth continues to move under West Yellowstone as the region is swarmed by several small earthquakes after experiencing a large one last week. “Since the magnitude 4.5 earthquake last Thursday afternoon, there have been hundreds and hundreds of small earthquakes, 

    The earth continues to move under West Yellowstone as the region is swarmed by several small earthquakes after experiencing a large one last week. “Since the magnitude 4.5 earthquake last Thursday afternoon, there have been hundreds and hundreds of small earthquakes, 

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  • Bag of drugs found in Butte turned over to police

    Bag of drugs found in Butte turned over to police

    A bystander in Butte happened to find a bag loaded with methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in the middle of a busy street Wednesday afternoon.

    The man found a small shaving bag in the street in the area of Massachusetts Street about 4:20 p.m.

    A bystander in Butte happened to find a bag loaded with methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in the middle of a busy street Wednesday afternoon.

    The man found a small shaving bag in the street in the area of Massachusetts Street about 4:20 p.m.

  • Low-power Butte radio station gets some high-power support

    Low-power Butte radio station gets some high-power support

    A low-power radio station in Butte is only two years old but after a recent pledge drive has shown some high-power support. “I think people not only sent a message that they enjoy KBMF but that want us to continue doing what we’re doing and continue growing,” 

    A low-power radio station in Butte is only two years old but after a recent pledge drive has shown some high-power support. “I think people not only sent a message that they enjoy KBMF but that want us to continue doing what we’re doing and continue growing,” 

  • Batter up! Bobcat gridiron players hit the diamond for Special Olympics

    Batter up! Bobcat gridiron players hit the diamond for Special Olympics

    Montana State University Defensive line football coach, Byron Hout stopped in this morning to invite everyone to Monday night’s softball game to benefit Special Olympics. It’s the offense vs. defense! $3 gets you in the door, kids 12 and under are free. Raffles, concessions, and loads of fun for all - First pitch is at 6 pm at the Hero’s Park, at the Fairgrounds.

    Montana State University Defensive line football coach, Byron Hout stopped in this morning to invite everyone to Monday night’s softball game to benefit Special Olympics. It’s the offense vs. defense! $3 gets you in the door, kids 12 and under are free. Raffles, concessions, and loads of fun for all - First pitch is at 6 pm at the Hero’s Park, at the Fairgrounds.

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