Before joining Peter Christian on the air in 2012 I worked at a number of odd jobs that range from selling board games and scooping up dog doo, to teaching English in Japan and coaching award winning debate teams. I was in trouble most of my childhood for talking too much in class, now I get to get in trouble for talking on the radio. It's great!
Missoula County Juggles 27 Felony Cases This Week
All of the smoke in Missoula doesn’t seem to be keeping criminals indoors.
73 Montana Children Have Disappeared in 2017 and are Still Missing
Just this year, 78 people have gone missing from Montana and their whereabouts are still unknown, most of them are children.
Missoula County Smoke Problem Apparently Unprecedented in U.S. And Canada
No one seems to know how all of this smoke is going to impact public health in Missoula County long term.
Governor Should Accept Blame for School Budget Cuts and ‘Lack of Transparency,’ Says State…
State agencies are still reeling from a surprising 10 percent cut announced by Governor Steve Bullock’s Budget Director Dan Villa on Wednesday, August 30.
Rice Ridge Fire Price Tag Nears $24 Million, Over 1,000 Addresses Evacuated
The bad news continues as a red flag warning rolls out this afternoon.
Montana Ranks in Bottom Ten for Number of Physicians per Capita
Is Montana in the midst of a doctor shortage?
Seeley Lake Mail Headed to Milltown as Post Office is Evacuated
U.S. Mail couriers may travel through snow, rain and “gloom of night” to get the mail into Montana, but they won’t be traveling through the smoke and flames in Seeley Lake this week.
University of Montana Licenses Beer for First Time Ever
There are lots of licensed Griz products, from clothing to ice cream, but now, for the first time ever, the University of Montana is licensing a beer.
Smoke Expected to Be Unhealthy in Missoula Most of the Week
School is in session this week, but the playgrounds may be empty because of smoke.
Montana Air National Guard Called Off Lolo Peak Fire Due to Improving Conditons
Around 60 Montana Air National Guard units were expected to prepare for work on the Lolo Peak Fire near Missoula today, August 28, but changing conditions on the fire have led to a change in plans.