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  • Two killed, 100 homes destroyed by fast-moving California wildfire
    Flames from the Erskine Fire engulf a home near WeldonBy Noah Berger LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. (Reuters) - A massive California wildfire that has already killed two people and destroyed 100 structures was burning out of control on Friday evening as officials said it was possible more victims could be found in the rubble. The so-called Erskine Fire, which broke out on Thursday afternoon in the foothills of Kern County about 42 miles (68 km) northeast of Bakersfield, had mushroomed on Friday to char more than 30,000 acres (12,140 hectares), making it one of the worst in an already intense California fire season. The blaze has also sent three firefighters to the hospital for smoke inhalation and forced hundreds of residents to flee their homes ahead of the flames.
  • Three killed, two injured in Maryland shooting
    (Reuters) - Three people were killed and two others were injured in a shooting at a Maryland home on Friday night, police said.
  • Rahm, Hurley share Quicken Loans lead
    PGA: Quicken Loans National - Second Round(Reuters) - Spain's Jon Rahm kept up his impressive professional debut by posting a four-under-par 67 to share a three-shot, second-round lead with local favorite Billy Hurley III at the Quicken Loans National on Friday...
  • Uehara ties tournament record to surge clear in Arkansas
    Uehara of Japan watches on the 9th hole during the women's British Open golf tournament at Royal Birkdale Golf Club in Southport(Reuters) - Japan's Ayako Uehara scorched her way to a tournament-record tying nine-under-par 62 to seize a two-stroke lead after the first round of the Arkansas Championship on Friday...
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KXTL - AM Program Summary

WeekdaysSaturdaySunday
Coast to
Coast
12:00am-5:00am
Coast to
Coast

12:00am-5:00am
Coast to
Coast

12:00am-5:00am
Morning News
w/ Westwood One

5:00am-7:00am
Yahoo
Sports

5:00am-8:00am
Yahoo
Sports

5:00am-11:00am
The Glenn Beck
Program

7:00am-9:00am
The Kim
Komando Show

8:00am-11:00am
Horsepower
for an Hour

11:00am-12:00pm
Voices of Montana
w/ Jon Arneson

9:00am-10:00am
Yahoo
Sports

11:00am-11:00pm
Yahoo
Sports

12:00pm-8:00pm
The Rush
Limbaugh Program

10:00am-1:00pm
Coast to
Coast

11:00pm-12:00am
Money Talk w/
Bob Brinker

8:00pm-11:00pm
Dave
Ramsey

1:00pm-4:00pm


Coast to
Coast

11:00pm-12:00 am
The Dan
Patrick Show

4:00pm-7:00pm




Free Talk
Live

7:00pm-8:00pm




The Jim
Bohannon Show

8:00pm-11:00pm




Coast to
Coast

11:00pm-12:00am


MSU Bobcat
Football

TBD/Fall Football Season



As camping and RV season quickly approaches, the Butte-Silver Bow Parking Department would like to remind citizens about RV and trailer Parking Ordinances inside the Butte city limits.  Ordinance #204 allows you to park your RV or trailer on the street for a maximum of two days (in a seven-day period) for loading and unloading.  Rvs and trailers parked longer than two days will be ticketed.  Fines for a violation are $50.00 for a first offense and $100.00 for each offense thereafter.  Additionally, the Parking Department is asking RV and trailer owners to refrain from parking and storing in places that block the line of sight of other drivers, blocking the line of site is a safety hazard to citizens on foot, especially children as well as other vehicles.
 
For questions, please contact the Butte-Silver Bow Parking Department at
(406) 497-6272.
 
Butte Freedom Festival
 
July 3 Fireworks - July 4 Parade
        Linda - 406-299-3067 (cell - 565-7689)
 
Montana Folk Festival
 
July 8, 9, 10
       George Everett - 406-565-2249
 
Evel Knievel Days
 
July 21, 22, 23
       Terri James - 490-7712 (ekdayspresident@gmail.com)
 
AnRiRa
 
August 12, 13, 14
        Frank - 498-4982/Shane - 490-9657


 
Kids in the Parks Program
 
The Kids in the Park Program is for kids aged seven to twelve and will run from 10:00 a.m. to noon on the following days and locations:  Arts and crafts, games, sports and various children's events will be happening at every session.
 
June 22 - Clark Park
June 23 - Stodden Park
June 24 - Skyline Park
June 28 - Father Sheehan Park
June 29 - Koprovica Park
June 30 - Chester Steele Park
July 12 - Clark Park
July 13 - Stodden Park
July 14 - Charlie Judd Park
July 26 - Father Sheehan Park
July 27 - Koprovica Park
July 28 - Chester Steele Park
August 2 - Clark Park
August 3 - Stodden Park
August 4 - Charlie Judd Park
August 9 - Father Sheehan Park
August 10 - Koprovica Park
August 11 - Chester Steele Park
 
For more information about the Kids in the Park Program please contact Bob Lazzari at (406) 497-6535 or blazzari@bsb.mt.gov
 
Silver Bow Evening Market
 
MSU Extension, Butte-Silver Bow is pleased to announce the return of the Silver Bow Evening Market starting on Thursday June 23rd and running each Thursday through September 29th at the Original Mine Yard from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  The following is a complete list of scheduled entertainment:
 
June 23rd - Monty Montgomery & Friends;
June 30th - Red Mountain Band;
July 7th - No Market due to the Montana Folk Festival;
July 14th - Brian McGregor;
July 21st - No Market due to Evel Knievel Days;
July 28th - Super B
August 4th - A Traditional Hootenanny and a free screening of "Fantastic Mr. Fox" at sundown;
August 11th - No Market due to An Ri Ra Montana Irish Festival;
August 18th - Symphony under the Silver Screen with the Butte Symphony beginning at sundown;
August 25th - Butte Boys & Girls Club Brew Fest Fundraiser;
September 1st - Shakespeare in the Park;
September 8th - Screening of Disney's "In and Out" beginning at sundown;
September 15th - Entertainment to be announced;
September 22nd - Entertainment to be announced;
September 29th - Entertainment to be announced.
 
For more information, or to register as a vendor please contact MSU Extension, Butte-Silver Bow Agent, Kellee Anderson at (406) 723-0217.

 
"Calling all Classic Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles, our next Cruise Night will be Wednesday, June 29th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Magic Diamond Casino, Liquor Store and Sports Bar located inside the Town Pump on Elizabeth Warren off Harrison Avenue.  There's plenty of room in the Montana Lil's Parking Lot...so bring out your rig and compete for the coveted "People's Choice Award". 



  • Orlando Plans Aid To People Hurt By Nightclub Attack
    The city has set up an assistance center and plans to begin distributing $9 million in donations to the victims of the Pulse shootings and their families. An LGBTQ group has raised nearly $6 million.
  • Kansas Votes More Money For Public Schools To Avert Shutdown
    Legislators, pressured by the state Supreme Court, passed a $38 million package for the state's underfunded schools. Justices had threatened to close all public schools in Kansas after this month.
  • California Wildfire Claims 2 Lives
    A fast-moving blaze in the central part of the state, whipped up by hot temperatures and dry vegetation, has burned more than 1,900 acres. Officials warn conditions are ripe for more wildfires.
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