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!
Montana Executive and Legislative Branch Still Fighting Over Budget Cuts
The war between Montana’s Democratic Governor and the Republican majority legislature over the state budget wasn’t settled during the 2017 legislative session.
Missoula Airport Busier Than Normal With Fire Fighting Flights
All of this smoke isn't keeping commercial flights from landing too.
Missoula Woman Stopped For DUI After Near-Crash With Parked Car Already Had 7 Convictions
Early this morning, August 16, a Missoula Police officer noticed a vehicle driving erratically. .
Here’s a Glimpse at Just How Bad the Air in Seeley Lake Has Been
The air in some portions of Missoula County is so bad, it is unlike anything the state has ever measured.
Group of State Legislators Urges Removal of Confederate Memorial in Helena
This fountain has been in Helena since 1916, but now a group of legislators say it is time for it to go.
Lolo Peak Fire Crosses Second Containment Line, Cost Nearing $15 Million
The Lolo Peak Fire continues to grow, eating through dense forest and lots of fire suppression funds.
Number of Montana Kids in Foster Care Sets Record, Homes For Less Than One in Three
The number of Montana children in the foster care system is at an all time high, but more homes are needed.
Missoula Mayoral Candidate Backs Out to Support Lisa Triepke, Now Just Two in Race
One candidate to be the next mayor of Missoula is biding adieu, and now, there’s only two
Man Convicted of Prostituting 17-Year-Old Caught at Missoula Fair With Meth
Hill had a 10 year sentence, but all ten years were suspended and he was let back out in public…
As Montana Budget Cuts Hit Mental Health Services, Groups Seek Private Donations
The Governor’s office and the Department of Health and Human Services have decided to direct the cuts at provider pay