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!
Flux in Steel Prices Could Impact Montana Public Projects
There are a lot of public construction projects underway in Missoula right now that involve steel, a commodity that has taken center stage in trade negotiations between the U.S. and China.
Don’t Wait Till Schools Are Full, Missoula Kindergarten Registration Due This Week
Missoula County Public Schools is pushing to get all local Kindergarten students enrolled before this weekend, April 14.
Woman Accused of Shoplifting Beauty Products, Then Caught With Drugs
Police arrested a Missoula woman accused of trying to steal some beauty supplies this weekend, April 7
Missoula Man Accused of Restraining Girlfriend, Strangling and Threatening Her With Ax
A concerned Missoulian called 911 after watching a neighboring couple fight outside around 6:00 P.M. Sunday night, April 8.
Missoula Crime – Children Assaulting Parents, Vehicular Assault, And More Meth
The Missoula County Attorney’s office filed 16 new criminal complaints this past week, including two assault with a weapon charges against a woman accused of hitting two pedestrians with her car near Chief Charlo Elementary.
Mack Days Anglers Warned as Arctic Front Rolls Into Northwest Montana
An arctic front moving through northwest Montana today, April 5, is expected to bring a bunch of snow and strong winds.
Community Judges Needed For Nearly 300 Big Sky High School Senior Projects
"We have about 300 students that will be presenting projects and we need at least three judges for each project," Green said.
Debate Over Private Prison in MT Intensifies After Governor Rejects Offer
A debate over private prisons in Montana came to a head this week after Governor Steve Bullock ended negotiations with Core Civic, which runs a private prison in Shelby.
Polling Indicates Montana Voters Will Approve Six Mill Levy in November
Soon, Montana voters will be deciding on whether to approve a six mill levy that goes to support the Montana University System.
New Proposed Chinese Tariffs Hit Two Major Montana Commodities
On Wednesday, April 4, China released a list of 106 proposed tariffs on U.S. goods and although most of the country was buzzing about the 25 percent tariff on soybeans, the commodities that have Montana producers most concerned are durum wheat and beef products