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  • Desperate Warriors beat Thunder to stay alive
    Kevin Durant (L) and Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder defend against Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors during Game Five of the Western Conference FinalsStephen Curry scored 31 points as the defending champion Golden State Warriors kept their record-setting season alive with a 120-111 win over Oklahoma City in game five of their Western Conference playoff...
  • Bogut wins Antipodean battle as Warriors beat Thunder
    (Reuters) - Andrew Bogut responded to his coach's challenge with a big game for the Golden State Warriors as they kept alive their NBA season on Thursday. Before Game Five of their Western Conference final against Oklahoma City, Steve Kerr said he needed his Australian center to stay out of foul trouble early and contribute more minutes to his team's waning hopes of winning consecutive championships. Bogut came through, picking up just one foul in the first half and three the entire game, playing an important role in the Warriors' 120-111 victory that sends the series back to Oklahoma with the Thunder leading 3-2 going into Saturday's Game Six.
  • Warriors shoot past Thunder, extend West finals
    NBA: Playoffs-Oklahoma City Thunder at Golden State Warriors(The Sports Xchange) - Andre Iguodala and Harrison Barnes bombed in 3-pointers on consecutive possessions during an eight-point flurry that opened a 12-point lead early in the fourth quarter, and the Golden State Warriors held on from there to stay alive in the Western Conference finals with a 120-111 victory over the Oklahoma Thunder on Thursday night...
  • Molder closes with four birdies to grab Colonial lead
    Bryce Molder birdied his last four holes at Colonial to grab a one-stroke lead over compatriots Patrick Reed and Webb Simpson and India's Anirban Lahiri at Fort Worth, TexasBryce Molder, seeking his first US PGA title in five years, fired a bogey-free six-under par 64 to grab a one-shot lead after Thursday's opening round of the Dean and Deluca Invitational...
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KXTL - AM Program Summary

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

12:00am-5:00am
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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
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11:00pm-12:00am
Money Talk w/
Bob Brinker

8:00pm-11:00pm
Dave
Ramsey

1:00pm-4:00pm


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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




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11:00pm-12:00am


MSU Bobcat
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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.

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