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University of Montana Official Challenges Charges That Free Speech is Endangered on Campus [AUDIO]

On May 9, the University of Montana entered into an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division to address problems regarding sexual harassment and sexual assault. Since that time, a group called the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) has criticized the agreement, calling it a threat to free speech on campus.

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Fire That Killed Dozens of Pets in Missoula Caused by Candle [AUDIO]

The fire on May 29 that killed dozens of pets, including dogs, cats, chickens, cockatiels and other animals was caused by a candle that caused other combustibles to burn, causing over $45,000 in damage to the home, injuring two human residents, as well.

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Complaints Over Free Speech Loss at University of Montana Receive Response From Office for Civil Rights

Full response letter from the Office for Civil Rights pertaining to complaints of unconstitutional free speech limitations at the University of Montana.

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At Least 17 Pets Dead, Two People Injured After Fire Ravages Missoula Home

At around 6:20 this morning, May 29, the Missoula Fire Department dispatched three engine companies, a ladder company and the Battalion Chief to a structure fire at 1633 Idaho Street.

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Fire Outside Downtown Missoula Micro-Brewery Caused by Discarded Cigarette [AUDIO] [DOCUMENT]

It was a discarded cigarette that caused a fire a little after 10 a.m.on Friday outside the Flathead Lake Brewing Company, located at 424 North Higgins Avenue in downtown, Missoula.

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Missoula’s Flathead Lake Brewing Company Catches Fire, Likely Started by Cigarette

Fire breaks out at local brewery. No one injured.

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First Official Prediction for 2013 Fire Season Released, Likely Similar to 2012

The first official fire forecast for 2013 has been released and if the predictions are accurate, the year will likely play out very similarly to 2012.

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Ravalli County Sheriff Urges Bitterroot Residents to Not Burn on Saturday Due to High Winds

In a special news release from Ravalli County Sheriff Chris Hoffman, residents in the Bitterroot valley are being asked to not burn on Saturday, April 27.

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Missoula Police Investigating Attempted Arson [AUDIO]

According to Sergeant Scott Pastian of the Missoula Police Department, authorities are looking for a suspect in an attempted arson that occurred early Wednesday morning, April 24.

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Two Billings Area Men Arrested for Arson, Blaze Killed Four

Montana authorities say two men arrested in a mobile home blaze that killed four people lit an apron on fire during a party and then left.

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