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’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.
UM Reopens McGill Hall after Successful Asbestos Cleanup
On Monday, the University of Montana officially reopened the doors of McGill Hall that had been closed for over 30 days to clean up asbestos discovered in the building.
State Provides Help During Problem Gambling Awareness Month
As the nation observes Problem Gambling Awareness Month, the Montana Department of Justice and the Montana Council on Problem Gambling are partnering once again to remind the public that help is available.
Chair of House Appropriations Confirms 100 Job Cuts for DPHHS
Chair of the Montana House Appropriations Committee, Republican Nancy Ballance confirmed that her committee has recommended the removal of over 100 positions.
Moose Cow and Calf Tranquilized in Downtown Missoula
They had spent enough time hanging around the Rattlesnake Recreation area and thought a trip downtown might be a good idea, but for this mother moose and her calf, it proved to be just too much human contact.
Tiffanie Rae Pierce Pleads Guilty in Murder – Dismemberment Case
Tiffanie Rae Pierce entered pleas of guilty to two charges on Thursday in a case in which two people were murdered and their bodies dismembered and placed in vats of acid.
Legislature Working to Open Land Locked Areas to the Public
As the Montana Legislature prepares to return to Helena after the mid-session break, there is an effort underway to unlock public lands that have been land locked for many years
AG Tim Fox Urges Congress to take Action against Robocalls
Anytime of the day or night your phone can ring and on the other line is another aggravating robocall.
State Insurance Commissioner says Look into Flood Insurance Now
With all the snow that western Montana has received over the past month, Montana’s State Insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale encourages residents to look into flood insurance as the weather warms.
Half Time at the Montana Legislature as Lawmakers Take Break
There’s no marching band on the field, but it is half time, so to speak, at the Montana Legislature this week.
Man Shot Dead on the Street in Pablo Late Thursday Night
One man was shot dead in Pablo Thursday night, and another man is in custody, suspected in the fatal shooting.