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Cats and Griz modify spring schedules

Jan 15, 2021
ButteNews.net
The presidents of Montana State University and the University of Montana decided jointly to modify their spring football schedules. The teams will not participate in the Big Sky Conference spring championship season, but will create an altered non-conference spring schedule, ButteSports.com reports.



Impeached again

Jan 13, 2021
ButteNews.net
Today, President Trump was impeached for the second time by the House of Representatives. To be removed from office, the president will have to be convicted by the Senate, a possibility not ruled out by senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, national media outlets report. 

Large majority of Americans blame President Trump for the capitol attack

Jan 12, 2021
ButteNews.net
According to a YouGov poll, 67 percent of Americans believe that President Trump is responsible for the attack on the US Capitol. Thirty percent believe a theory put forth by the president's allies that Antifa was behind the attack, Forbes reported.
Montana Senator Steve Daines attacked the Antifa theory in a press release.
"Last week's attacks on our Capitol were an assault on our democracy. There is an ongoing investigation, and there is no evidence Antifa instigated the attacks. The FBI believes Antifa was not involved. Those who took part in the violence and destruction are criminals and must be brought to justice," the release said.

Liquor sales rise during COVID

Butte
January 11, 2021 - "Montanans have purchased more beer, liquor and wine in the months since the pandemic hit compared to 2019," Daily Montanan

Saint James chief medical officer talks vaccine

Jan 4, 2021
ButteNews.net

The chief medical officer at Saint James in Butte has some thoughts on the importance of COVID-19 vaccination in Butte-Silver Bow. Read them here. Watch and listen to her here.
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