Type text here



  • FBI offers $50,000 reward for capture of escaped polygamous sect leader
    Lyle Jeffs, 56, fled confinement in Salt Lake City sometime over the weekend of June 18 - 19 and an arrest warrant was issued by a federal judge that Sunday afternoon, authorities said. Prosecutors allege Jeffs and other leaders of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (FLDS) in Arizona and South Dakota diverted money from the federal government food assistance program for the poor. Jeffs pleaded not guilty to the two-count indictment in February and was released from jail on June 9 ahead of his October trial.
  • Rose, Willett confirm Hong Kong Open participation
    PGA: The Barclays - Final Round(Reuters) - U.S. Masters champion Danny Willett will pose a serious threat to compatriot Justin Rose's title defense at this year's Hong Kong Open after the Ryder Cup team mates confirmed their participation in the Dec. 8-11 tournament. Englishman Rose pipped Denmark's Lucas Bjerregaard by one shot last year and is keen for a repeat triumph at the event co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour, European Tour and Hong Kong Golf Association. Rose is on a high after becoming the first man in 112 years to win an Olympic gold in golf at the Rio Games.
  • Snubbed Knox admits Ryder Cup will be hard to watch
    Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open(Reuters) - Russell Knox has said watching the Ryder Cup will be a bittersweet experience after the Scot was overlooked by Europe captain Darren Clarke despite being the highest-ranked player outside of the nine automatic qualifying spots...
  • Golden Rose backs Ryder Cup rookie Pieters
    Olympic gold medallist Justin Rose will be making his fourth Ryder Cup appearanceOlympic gold medallist Justin Rose gave Ryder Cup rookie Thomas Pieters a ringing endorsement Wednesday after the big-hitting Belgian was picked for the biennial match against the US next month...
Provided by Yahoo!


 
 
The last "Cruise Night" of the season will be September 7th at Bruce & Bob's Good Guy Pawn from
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
 
 
 
 
The Butte Cobras lost 2 members of our family on Monday, August 15 and now we have 4 children without parents.  We are asking any and all fans to donate what they can afford to help these children in need.   100% of the funds will go directly to the Peck's children.  Any and all donations are appreciated.  Thank you from the bottom of the Butte Cobra Organization's Hearts.  Click here to donate to the family. 

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.
 
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.
 
Outdoor Movies at the Original Mine - Starts at 7:30 p.m. on the Following Nights:
 
August 4th - Fantastic Mr. Fox
 
August 18th - Symphony Under the Silver Screen
 
September 8th - Disney's Inside Out
 
Don't forget to hit up the Thursday Evening Market at the Original all summer long for music, food, veggies, and a whole lotta fun. 
 
 
2016 Montana State Bobcat Football Schedule
 
 
Date                              Opponent                           Time
 
09/01/2016                     at Idaho                           7:00 p.m. MT/6:00 p.m. PT
 
09/10/2016                     Bryant                            1:00 p.m. MT
 
09/17/2016                     Western Oregon             2:05 p.m.
 
09/24/2016                     North Dakota                  2:05 p.m.
 
10/01/2016                     at Sacramento State          7:05 p.m. MT
 
10/08/2016                     Northern Arizona            5:10 p.m.
 
10/15/2016                     at Weber State                  1:40 p.m.
 
10/22/2016                     Eastern Washington       12:10 p.m.
 
11/05/2016                     at Southern Utah               12:05 p.m.   
 
11/12/2016                     UC Davis                         TBA
 
11/19/2016                     at Montana                       TBA    
 
 






Very High to Extreme Fire Danger Persists in Southwest Montana
 
With these dry conditions across much of the area, the potential for accidentally starting a wildfire is also very high.  Here are a few fire prevention tips to keep in mind as you set out to enjoy your weekend.
 
Build campfires in an existing ring or in an area clear of vegetation.  Stay with your fire, never leaving it unattended.  Drown with water and stir ujtil it is "dead out" and cold to the touch.
 
Avoid driving or parking on dry grass.  Exhaust systems and catalytic converters easily start fires.  Well-maintained vehicle tires reduce the risk of blowouts, and exposed rims can start fires.  Make sure safety chains do not drag and cause sparks.
 
Make sure all mechanical outdoor equipment (tractors, chainsaws, off-road vehicles, etc.) are equipped with properly-working mufflers, spark arrestors and bearings.  If possible, avoid working during the heat of the day when fires start easier.
 
If you accidentally start a fire, give it one try to put it out.  Try one bucket of water, one fire extinguisher, or one good rinse with a garden hose.  Then call 911.
 
If you see a fire, report it immediately.  Don't assume someone else has.
 
There are currently 15 wildfires burning in Montana.  Let's all do our part to help our firefighters by preventing the next one.

Provided by NPR