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BSB health director fired

Terri Hocking's administrative leave became permanent Thursday when Butte-Silver Bow let the director of the BSB Health Department go. The head of the health department was fired after the completion of an outside investigation into possible human resource policy and procedure violations in the department, KXLF reports.

Butte High Speech students seek donations for National Finals

               Butte High Speech and Debate students Zoe Holman and Luke Wilde are asking for public donations in order to attend and compete in the National Speech and Debate Finals in Birmingham, AL in June 2013. 

               Both students have qualified to compete in the national tournament.  Holman qualified in Domestic Extemporary Speaking and Wilde qualified in International Extemporary Speaking.  Holman is a freshman and Wilde is a senior.  Because the tournament is out of state and is a post-season event, students are required to raise all needed funds for airfare, hotel rooms for a week, meals and registration.  Each student will need to raise $1,300 by June 1. 

               Anyone wanting to send a donation can make out a check or send a cash donation to “Butte High Speech and Debate (account 168)” and send to coach Roger McCullough at Butte High School, 401 S. Wyoming, Butte, MT  59701.  Since Butte High is a non-profit organization, donations are tax deductible.  

Butte suspect pleads not guilty to slashing charge

Jessie Harrison pleaded not guilty to a charge of slashing a woman with a bottle. The 26-year old made his plea in Butte-Silver Bow County District Court on Thursday, KXLF reports.
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