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!
Gas in Montana Falls Slightly, Though Much Higher Than Last Year
Gas prices in Montana dipped a little this past week, but are still high compared to last year despite falling oil prices.
Hello Jeannette Rankin Elementary, Good Bye Cold Springs
Though today wasn’t the first day of school for students, it was the first day for Missoula’s Jeannette Rankin Elementary School.
Snow, Lines, and Malfunctions Cause Montana Election Results Delay
It was a looong election night and the day after for Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton and the team in Helena as they waited throughout Wednesday for votes to come in.
Montana Results for the 2018 General Election
Election results will be sent off to the Secretary of State's office throughout the night tonight, November 6, with initial results appearing just after 8:00 p.m.
MT Libertarian Breckenridge Explains ‘Endorsement’ of Republican Matt Rosendale
When it comes to October surprises in the Montana U.S. Senate Race, easily the biggest surprise happened on Halloween
Missoula County Expected to Have Record Turnout for Election
Could record spending lead to record turnout in this year's election?
Unregistered Violent Offender Spotted, Arrested at Missoula Casino
On Friday, Missoula police noticed a familiar face downtown and decided to ask some pertinent questions when they noticed 33-year-old Kale Lachance, who was supposed to have registered as a violent offender after being convicted on assault charges in 2009.
Woman Caught Napping In Casino Parking Lot Gets Felony Charges
Police went out to a Missoula casino around 7:00 a.m. on Saturday after an employee called in to notify authorities about some trespassers who refused to leave the parking lot.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, November 2
Today's headlines include the arrest of a "person of interest" in two Missoula homicides, a letter from Missoula County Commissioners asking for money from President Trump, and a man jailed after swinging an ax at four people outside a Missoula motel.
Missoula Commissioners Ask for Trump Cash After Visit, Accused of Partisanship
A letter was sent to Donald Trump’s treasurer Bradley Crate and Republican Senate Candidate Matt Rosendale from the Missoula County Commissioners yesterday, November 1.