Hey everyone! I am Nick Chrestenson and I grew up in San Jose, California. I moved to Missoula, Montana when I was 18 so I could attend the University of Montana. I ended up graduating with a broadcasting degree from the UM School of Journalism and now I spend most of my free time golfing with friends and family. Nothing beats the summer weather in Missoula and I try to soak up as much of it as I can. I am still adjusting to the cold winters, but I find solace in binge watching TV shows on Netflix. I also spend a lot of time watching and talking about sports with anyone who is willing to participate.
Montana Governor Tests Positive for COVID-19
Governor Greg Gianforte was tested for COVID-19 and received a positive result.
Montana Adds 143 New COVID-19 Cases, 144,952 People are Fully Immunized
As of Wednesday morning, Montana has confirmed 102,484 positive COVID-19 cases.
Montana Reported 1,254 New COVID-19 Cases
As of Friday morning, Montana has confirmed 66,436 positive COVID-19 cases.
Montana Adds 22 New COVID-19 Deaths and 1,013 Cases
As of Wednesday morning, Montana has confirmed 58,565 positive COVID-19 cases.
Montana Adds 16 New COVID-19 Deaths and 974 Cases
As of Tuesday morning, Montana has confirmed 57,504 positive COVID-19 cases.
Montana Reported 530 New COVID-19 Cases, 294 Active Hospitalizations
As of Tuesday morning, Montana has confirmed 19,611 positive COVID-19 cases.
Governor Bullock Transfers $200 Million of federal CARES Act Funds
Bullock announced that he’s directed $200 million of federal CARES Act funds to be transferred to the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund.
Montana Reported 217 New COVID-19 Cases, Most Ever Reported in One Day
As of Thursday morning, Montana has confirmed 9,647 positive COVID-19 cases.
4th of July Gas Prices Could Be The Cheapest Since 2004
The rapid increase of gas prices across the U.S. finally hit a wall this week and prices in Missoula actually dropped about a penny.
Gas Prices Continue to Rise Across the U.S. as Restrictions Lessen
Demand for gasoline is up and that typically means higher prices at the pump.