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Beavers fell Maroons

February 28, 2014
The Dillon Beavers felled the Butte Central Maroons 60 to 28, damming up Central's shot at a title. It was the worst loss handed to the Maroons since the Maroon Activities Center opened in 2005. 
Central coach Brodie Kelly said, "They beat us thoroughly. In every which way they beat us," ButteSports.com reports.

Arizona Governor vetoes bill that would allow denial of service to LGBT

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoed a bill that would have allowed business owners the right to refuse service based on sexual orientation. The law's rationale was that business owners who objected to homosexuality on religious grounds shouldn't have to serve lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders, the New York Times reports.

Butte man bleeds to death in residential basement

A Butte man, Jeff Kraus, bled to death after cutting himself on a broken window in a residential basement. Others at the residence were unaware of his condition until it was too late, KXLF reports.

Newsman Kemmick discovers the Sag

February 25, 2014
From exotic eastern Montana The Last Best News discovers the Shonkin Sag. The Sag runs along the Highwood Mountains northeast of Great Falls. The depression formed when the ancient Missouri changed course.

Anti-discrimination ordinance passes

February 21, 2014
The Butte-Silver Bow Council of Commissioners passed an anti-discrimination ordinance 10-2 Wednesday night. The ordinance prevents discrimination based on sexual preference.
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