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!
Montana Green Party Decries Democrat ‘Bullying’ to Get Greens Off Ballot, Back in Court Mo…
The Montana Green Party will be back in court on Monday along with the Secretary State’s Office and attorneys representing the Montana Democratic Party.
MCPS Employee Was Caught With Meth During Warrant Search for Probation Absconder
A former Missoula County Public School employee is expected to be in court soon on a charge of felony drug possession with intent to distribute.
Former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn Coming to Montana for Political Rally
According to Republican U.S. Senate candidate Troy Downing, Flynn will be speaking out again on national issues in Montana of all places.
Montana FWP Issues Kill Order for Brown Trout on Stretch of Kootenai River
Most Montanans wouldn’t be too surprised to catch a brown trout in a local river, but one pulled out of the Kootenai river triggered alarm at FWP.
Western Montana to Get Hot, Then Cold as Temperatures Spasm
Western Montana is undergoing an extreme temperature change this week, shifting from 50 degree temperatures up into the upper 70s or even 80s by Saturday... but it may not last.
Man Accused of Strangling Woman, Running From Police Through Backyards
Missoula Police ended up chasing a suspect on the southside of Missoula after a woman appeared at the station, bleeding and bruised Sunday evening.
911 Calls Report Man Assaulting People With Baseball Bat in Missoula Park, Smashing Window…
Police arrested 31-year-old Luke Frank on Friday, April 20, after a number of odd complaints were reported to 911 from a downtown Missoula park
Police Arrest Man Accused of Strangling Woman Till She Passed Out
Police were called out to a home on Sunday morning after a woman claimed she was assaulted by her partner who had recently been taking drugs.
Man’s Distinctive ‘Long Hair’ Linked Him as Suspect in Missoula Serial Car Thefts
Missoula police were called out to a business on North Reserve after a woman reported that her car had been stolen on Thursday afternoon, April 20, but it turns out she wasn't the only victim that day.
Missoula Can’t Continue to Hide Mountain Water Legal Fees, Attorney Claims
"The Mayor is constantly talking about transparency and if we are going to be transparent in financial matters then, I think, these attorney fees need to be reviewed by the public."