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!
FBI Posts Wanted Photo of Suspected Western Montana Drug Trafficker
A man wanted for trafficking methamphetamine and cocaine in Western Montana is getting some extra attention from the FBI.
MT Republicans Pushing to Expand Special Legislative Session Topics
Republicans in the Montana Legislature are currently gathering signatures in hopes of expanding the topics that can be covered during the Special Session scheduled for November 14th.
Missoula DUI Driver Observed Running Red Lights, Threatening Oncoming Traffic
Near 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday a Missoula resident called police on a vehicle that was driving erratically on the south side of town.
100 MPH Chase Ends in Morning Crash on I-90, Intoxicated Driver in Stolen Vehicle
Missoula Police were involved in a high-speed chase at around 4:15 a.m. this morning, November 8.
MT House Republicans and Democrats Optimistic About Solving Budget Problems
Montana Governor Steve Bullock has called a special legislative session for next week and while it has already been met with some criticism, House members on both sides of the aisle from western Montana are optimistic.
Fewer Hunters Taking More Game in West-Central Montana
General rifle season in Western Montana is about halfway done and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has noticed what could be a significant drop in hunter participation.
Speaker Knudsen Claims Governor is Threatening Cuts to Raise Taxes, Skeptical of Special S…
In response to the Special Session, Republican Speaker of the House Austin Knudsen is already skeptical that Bullock is playing politics with the budget to get tax increases.
Montana Offering $750,000, Hoping to Reduce High Suicide Rate
The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services is currently looking for ideas to help deal with the state’s notoriously high suicide rate.
National Forests in Montana Considering Fee Hikes
Many of the National Forests in Montana are considering hiking the fees for camp sites and cabins.
Budgets, Lawyers, Sanctuary Cities- John Engen’s Office Answers Eight Talk Back Questions
Talk Back listeners sent in a number of questions for the city of Missoula ranging from the condemnation of the water company to Engen's personal struggles: here is how the city responded.