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Engineers Describe Missoula City Managment as ‘Lax,’ Say Treatment Plant is ‘Inadequate’

Missoula may be trying to condemn Mountain Water Company, but testimony in court today was mostly about how well the city runs the things it is already responsible for.

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Bitterroot National Forest Releases Draft Decision on Project [DOCUMENT]

The Bitterroot National Forest has released an environmental assessment and draft decision notice finding of 'no significant impact' for the Darby Lumber Lands Watershed and Improvement and Travel Management Project. 

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150 Years Ago, Lee Surrenders to Grant

EDITOR'S NOTE: When Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant in a farmhouse parlor in Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on April 9, 1865, standing with other war correspondents in the front yard was William Downs MacGregor of The Associated Press.

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Child Abuse Prevention Month Gathering on Courthouse Lawn [WATCH]

City and County officials, healthcare workers and child advocacy groups gathered together on the Missoula County Courthouse lawn on Wednesday for the kickoff of Child Abuse Prevention Month. 

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Rim Fire Continues to burn
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Montana Facing Above Average Fire Season in 2015, Expert Says

Experts are already predicting that Montana's fire danger this summer will be above average, and, in light of a recent history of rough fire seasons, those aren't words to take lightly. Forest Service Meteorologist Mike Richmond says for many parts of the state, the high fire risk began this week

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City of Missoula Joins Protest of Indiana Religious Freedom Laws – Urges Anti – Discrimination Ordinance

The City of Missoula has joined a large group of cities and states that are protesting Indiana's newly enacted religious freedom laws, stating that they could be used as an excuse to legally discriminate against the LGBT community, according to Missoula City Council Vice President Jason Weiner.

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