Hi! I’m Peter Christian with KGVO Radio. I’ve been in radio since 1973, having started in Helena and moving to Missoula in 1976. I’m the anchor on the Montana Morning Show from 6 to 8:30 a.m. and then I co-host the Talk Back show with Jon King from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. I’ve been married to Lorna for almost 38 years, and together we have our son Luke and our daughter Jenna. I’m a bit of a workaholic, so I also have a business called Peter Christian Communications, producing radio spots for stations around the country. I enjoy playing drums in our church worship band, and I’m a classic movie buff. Thanks for listening!
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, February 5
Missoula police respond to a shooting on the city's north side. The victim was wounded in the shoulder, no arrest has yet been made.
Northside Shooting Sends Turner Court Man to Hospital
Missoula police received a report just before 5:00 p.m. on Friday of a shooting that had occurred inside a residence on Turner Court.
With Cryptocurrency Fraud Exploding – Investors Should Be Wary
With cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin continuing to attract headlines, the Office of Securities Commissioner Matt Rosendale reminds Montana investors to be cautious about such investments.
Florence Doctor Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison – 10 Suspended
In Ravalli County District Court on Friday morning, former Florence doctor Chris Christensen was sentenced to 20 years in prison with 10 suspended
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, February 2
The man involved in a high speed chase in East Missoula had planned to die using 'suicide by cop'. William Newhoff was held on $150,000 bond.
Suspect in East Missoula Incident Intended ‘Suicide by Cop’
35 year-old William ‘Billy’ Newhoff, the man accused of leading sheriff’s deputies on a high speed chase through East Missoula, and breaking into a mobile home on Tuesday, had intended to commit 'suicide by cop'.
Weather Patterns to Remain Warm and Wet For Missoula Area
So far, the winter of 2017-2018 has been significantly warmer than the winter of 2016-2017, according to the National Weather Service Office in Missoula.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, February 1
University of Montana President Seth Bodnar says the school is facing a 'pivotal, defining moment'.
New President Seth Bodnar Says UM Faces ‘Defining Moment’
UM President Seth Bodnar spent the day on Wednesday addressing UM faculty, staff and media about his plans and goals for all aspects of the university.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, January 31
U.S. Marshals and the Missoula County Sheriff's Office apprehended an armed suspect on Tuesday afternoon in East Missoula after a lengthy pursuit.