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Featured City Boulder

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Named for the many large boulders in the vicinity, the town of Boulder Valley was established in the early 1860s as a stagecoach station on the route between Fort Benton and Virginia City. The Great Northern Railway branch line from Helena to Butte reached this area in 1888 and in 1897, the town's name was shortened to Boulder. It sits on the north bank of the Boulder River between Butte and Helena, slightly east of the Continental Divide, at the intersection of Interstate 15 and Montana Highway 69.

Boulder is well-known for the state schools for the deaf, blind, and developmentally disabled that were established in 1892.

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