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Evel days ahead for county and committee

A flap has developed between the committee that puts on the Evel Knievel Days celebration and Butte-Silver Bow.

The conflict involves name-calling and a dispute over who should hold the licensing agreement with the Knievel clan.

In addition, the county wants a more formal agreement with the nonprofit that runs the celebration. The story is spiced up by the fact that BSB Chief Executive Matt Vincent is married to Evel Knievel's daughter, the Daily Inter Lake reports.

Beam me up Mark

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is helping to bring the Internet to people without access by partnering with agencies like NASA. According to Zuckerberg, more than 3 million people in Paraguay and the Philippines have the Internet beamed down to them from space, and the work continues. See his post here.

Tech settles with fired Athletic Director Bradley

March 27, 2014
Montana Tech has reached a settlement with Charles Bradley, the Montana Tech Athletic Director who was fired after just eight months on the job, KXLF reports.

Falstad leaves Gazette

March 24, 2014
Another talented veteran reporter left the Billings Gazette Friday. Jan Falstad put in her last day at the Billings daily on Friday, reports The Last Best News, a website that covers Montana's far eastern region.

Butte stabbing victim identified by coroner

March 21, 2014.
Butte Coroner Lee LaBreche identified the body of the man who was stabbed and killed at the Continental Gardens housing complex in Butte. Jerry Diltz, 72, was stabbed in the neck at the complex. John Grubbs, also 72, has been charged with the homicide. The killing occurred early Wednesday morning, KXLF reported.
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