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!
New Montana Political Practices Commissioner Working to Change Perception of Office
Montana's new Political Practices Commissioner explains how he hopes to change perceptions of the office.
Missoula Man Explains ‘Pothole Planters’, Search Underway For Missing Man in Yellowstone
Montanan Morning News for June 9th.
Search Underway for Missing Hiker in Montana Portion of Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone park officials began searching for a missing hiker in the Montana section of the park on Thursday according to public information officer Jonathan Shafer.
Exit Polls Hint at Shift Away From Trump in Montana, But Not by Trump Supporters
Carol College Political Science Professor Alexander Street and his students conducted an exit poll during that election and says results show that Democrat Rob Quist was unable to convince Trump voters to leave the Republican fold.
Expectation of Trump Tax Cuts Could Be Hurting Montana Budget
When the legislature worked on setting the state’s budget it relied on a revenue forecast created by the Legislative Fiscal Division.
Woman Facing Child Endangerment Charge After Found Intoxicated, Bottle Had ‘Green Liquid’
Every day this week, Missoula Police have had to respond to calls concerning child endangerment, usually involving a drunk driver.
MT Republicans Not Optimistic About Overriding Bullock Vetoes
The Montana legislature is out of session, but legislators will still be casting votes at least till the end of June.
Montana Ranks 34th for Legal Climate, Montana Chamber of Commerce Blames Activist Courts
The Montana Chamber of Commerce is trying to make Montana’s legal system friendlier to business, but according to Government Relations Director Bridger Mahlum, they have a long way to go.
Missoula Hit With Spike of Burglaries and Robberies as Weather Warms
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office had 21 felonies to juggle this past week and County Attorney Kirsten Pabst says theft of various sorts was surprisingly frequent.
Easy-to-Spot Burglary Suspect Caught Wearing Stolen Reflective Vest in Missoula
Missoula Police were called out to the city shop early Thursday morning after reports that someone was trespassing.