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 Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, December 12
A man arrested last week and accused of stealing food, cigarettes and saxophones from downtown businesses is back in jail again.
79 Earthquakes Have Been Recorded In Manhattan, Montana Since October 2
A region in Montana has been experiencing an unusual amount of earthquakes recently.
Part Of The Blackfoot River Is Closed Until May 12 Due To Safety Concerns
A stretch of the Blackfoot River remains closed for safety reasons.
Crime In Missoula Was Abnormally Low This Week
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office handled an unusually low number of cases this week.
240 Small Montana Schools Will Receive Patriotic Education Boxes
Several small schools throughout Montana will receive patriotic education boxes starting Thursday, April 26th.
P2V Aircrafts Officially Retire After Almost 50 Years Of Fighting Fires
After a long drawn out process, Neptune Aviation has finally retired several P2V firefighting aircrafts.
Missoula Will Welcome 29 New U.S. Citizens This Week
Missoula will host the first of only three naturalization ceremonies in 2018.
Montana Attorney General Supports Passage of Child Pornography Victim Bill
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox is urging congressional leaders to pass legislation supporting victims of child pornography.
More People In Montana Are Being Treated For Problem Gambling
In Montana, the rate of treatment for problem gambling is growing.
Montana Sees Steady Decline In Railroad Related Accidents
Montana has experienced a 55 percent decline in the number of railroad related accidents from 2008 to today.