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a hill that rises abruptly from the surrounding region

a town in southwestern Montana

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Butte County (California) (USA), Nov 10 ( ANI ): A fast-moving wildfire across Northern California's Butte County burned a hospital, hundreds of homes and left five dead on Friday.
Red Butte is a 530-mile crude oil gathering system with an expansive footprint across the Big Hornand Wind River Basins.
31 January 2018 - Texas, US-based midstream company Silver Creek Midstream, LLC has acquired crude oil gathering system Red Butte Pipe Line LLC from Texas-based oil and gas company Merit Energy Company, the company said.
Silver Creek Midstream LLC, a private midstream company located in Irving, Texas, has acquired Red Butte Pipe Line LLC from Merit Energy Company on December 28, 2017.
Work crews this week started clearing thick blackberry and other invasive plants growing on the west, south and east sides of the butte, said Shelly Miller, ecological services team supervisor for Eugene's Parks and Open Space Division.
Saddle Butte's Milton Terminal also will serve as an origin point on Pony Express, allowing Pony Express to offer direct refinery and Cushing terminal connections to Saddle Butte's producer customers in the near term while the Tallgrass Grasslands Terminal is developed.
He said the county's metals abatement program, which helps residents on the Butte Hill by giving the county the means to mitigate potentially harmful exposures to lead, arsenic and mercury, would not be affected.
Hillsboro, OR, August 17, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Butte Publications, Inc.'s Featured Title for August is "Pro-Social Language: A Way to Think About Behavior" by Ellyn Lucas Arwood, Mabel Brown, and Carole Kaulitz.
The Butte mining district in southwest Montana, USA, is unique among world-class polymetallic mineral deposits in the combination of its historical importance as "the Richest Hill on Earth," the huge quantity and variety of previously mined metals, the size and significance of the city of Butte, the intricate 3-D pattern of veins from which the bulk of the metals has been produced to date, and the immense size of the remaining multimetal resource.
1, the 8,300 members of the $38 million Butte Federal Credit Union became the latest new member of Self-Help, operating under Self Help's Community Trust division.
Plum Energy will construct a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant for Alpha Natural Resources on property adjacent to Alpha Coal West's Eagle Butte mine near Gillette, Wyoming.
The Butte America Foundation has been granted a license for a new LPFM station.
GE Aviation, Cincinnati, and SeaCast Inc., Marysville, Wash., have established a 50/50 joint venture, Montana Precision Products, to produce jet engine components at SeaCast's facility in Butte, Mont.
You don't have to tell that to Atul Butte, M.D., director of the Center for Pediatric Bioin-formatics at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital (Palo Alto, Calif.) and associate professor at Stanford University School of Medicine.