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!
Identity of Man Arrested After Morning Shootout With Missoula Police Released
Missoula police arrested 26-year-old Donald Stebbins after reports of shots fired and a vehicle chase early this morning. According
All Montana High School Students Get Two Free College Level Courses, Some Get More
High school students across the state can take two college credit courses for free starting this month.
Morning Mobile Home Fire Began On Couch Outside, No Working Smoke Detectors
The fire that consumed a mobile home this morning appears to have started on a couch that was outside the unit... there is evidence that people were smoking near the area before tragedy occurred.
At Least 40 Montana Sexual or Violent Offenders at Wrong Address After Check
Conducting the compliance check required a lot of door knocking and it appears not everyone was obeying the law.
Hazmat Crew Responds to Triethylamine Spill at University of Montana
A liter bottle of extremely flammable trietheylamine was accidentally dropped at the University of Montana.
After $12 Million Spent and 13 Homes Destroyed, Howe Ridge Fire in Death Throes
The Howe Ridge Fire was hit by snow and rain on Sunday, now the Going-to-the-Sun Road is opening back up.
Study Claims New Montana Hardrock Mines Would Create 3,200 Jobs
A new study helps put some hard numbers to the economic impact of hardrock mining in the state.
Montana Horseshoe Fire May Have Burned Homes
The Horseshoe fire, burning near Clarkston north of Bozeman may have destroyed some homes.
Missoula Police Find Meth, Heroin and Pharmaceuticals After 911 Call Reports Suspicious Ac…
Missoula police responded to complaints of some odd behavior right after midnight on Wednesday morning.
Missoula Independent Closure – Employees Locked Out, Alarm Raised After Stories ‘Vanish’
“It’s a sad day whenever we lose another voice in the journalism community,” said John S. Adams a former reporter for the Independent who is raising alarm over how Lee Enterprises handled the digital history of the Missoula Independent.