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'Riot' of miner's wives led to protection for officials, which Butte lawsuit may overturn

If a former Butte woman wins her case against the Montana Board of Medical Examiners, she may reverse a judicial rule that was established when miners’ wives rioted against the Anaconda Company 73 years ago.

Medical board sued for licensing psychiatrist with troubled past

Former Butte resident Ciara Rehbein alleges in a lawsuit against the Montana Board of Medical Examiners that the board knew or should have known about the allegations in Dr. Bennett Braun’s past.


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Aber Day: A spring day to remember on UM campus

Monday is Earth Day, which has been a thing here and worldwide since 1970.

The horseless carriage comes to town

Joe Menard brought the first automobile to Missoula in 1901, but this is an ode to Frank P. Smith.

A building of substance and sass

Several months before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, the old flagpole in front of the Missoula Federal Building came crashing down in a violent wind.

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