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!
Yellowstone Set to Open for Winter Season this Weekend
Yellowstone National Park has finished preparing for winter and is ready to invite the public back in this weekend.
Montana Farmers Union Celebrating Legalization of Industrial Hemp
80,000 acres of hemp are expected to be grown in Montana next year!
Footprints in Snow Help Missoula Police Nab Marijuana Burglary Suspect
If he had only wiped his feet off at the apartment complex police would have had a much harder time tracking him down.
Woman Who Brought Meth to Probation Hearing, Caught Again
This isn't her first time in the Missoula jail.
Tragic Week Brings Montana Roadway Fatality Count up to 161
This past week saw a disturbingly high number of roadway fatalities across the State of Montana, as winter weather made Thanksgiving driving conditions more hazardous.
Gas in Billings is Almost 30 Cents Cheaper Than Missoula
As Thanksgiving approaches gas prices in Montana continue to drop, but some parts of the state have more to be thankful for than others.
Man Sentenced in January for Reckless Driving After Crash and Chase, Back in Jail
A routine traffic stop led to multiple felony charges for a man who is no stranger to the Missoula Jail.
‘Shocking’ Decline in Number of Montana Foster Homes – 3,921 Kids in Need, Only 396 Homes
It appears that the number of Montana kids in the foster care system has dipped.
Missoulians Receiving Survey Calls About Suspects in Murder, Dismemberment Case
After election season, Missoulians are still getting survey calls, but the most recent ones are about murder suspects.
State Appropriations Chair Responds to Governor’s New Budget
Montana Governor Steve Bullock released his proposed budget for the state for the 2021 biennium.