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!
UM Police Seeking Two Suspects After Anti-Trump ‘Bodyslam’ Attack on Bus
University of Montana Police have released photos and are asking for the public’s help in identifying two men who reportedly attacked a bus as they disembarked near UM housing at the Lewis and Clark Village.
Cost of Montana Senate Race Spending Near $200 Per Voter
The U.S. Senate Race between Republican Matt Rosendale and Democrat Jon Tester is now the most expensive political race in Montana history.
Special Montana Youth Hunt for Ages 10 to 15 Opens This Week
As of daylight Thursday morning, youth hunters all across Montana will be able to shoot game without competition from older hunters.
Small Minority of Montanans Know the Highest Point in the State, Poll Finds
The Big sky Poll run by students and faculty at the University of Montana took some time this year to question Montanans about a topic closer to home.
19-Year-Old Billings Felon Accused of Strangling Missoula Woman
Missoula police were called out around 2:00 p.m. Saturday, October 13th after a couple got into a heated argument that turned violent.
Missoula Trump Rally in Same Hanger Hillary Used in 2008, Here’s What to Expect
When Donald Trump comes to Missoula on Thursday he’ll be hosting a rally in the same Neptune Aviation hanger where his former political rival Hillary Clinton held a rally back in 2008.
Rumor of Presidential Visit to Missoula on October 18, Not Denied by Eric Trump
Some Missoula-area law enforcement have reportedly been given notice that they will need to work on October 18, in expectation of a visit from President Donald Trump
Coal Company That Supplies Montana Colstrip Plant Declares Bankruptcy
Westmoreland Mining, which operates two major Montana coal mines has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Pro-Trump Rally Planned at UM Oval, Organizers Expect “Resistance”
Two University of Montana students are planning to host a pro-Trump rally in one of the bluest districts in Montana.
University of Montana Departments Struggle With Imminent Cuts
Nearly all departments at the University of Montana are facing cutbacks to help bring the school’s budget in-line with the current student population.