Hi! I’m Peter Christian with KGVO Radio. I’ve been in radio since 1973, having started in Helena and moving to Missoula in 1976. I’ve been married to Lorna for almost 38 years, and together we have our son Luke and our daughter Jenna. I’m a bit of a workaholic, so I also have a business called Peter Christian Communications, producing radio spots for stations around the country. I enjoy playing drums in our church worship band, and I’m a classic movie buff.
Cold Case Investigators Look into 1991 Homicides near Lake Inez
In 1991, Iva Larue and Kenneth Cheatham were vacationing in the area near Lake Inez up Highway 83 and were shot and killed on or about July 31.
FWP Official Defends State Watercraft Inspection Program
A recent Associated Press report stated that a newly created group expressed criticism of the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' aquatic invasive species prevention program.
Legislator Promotes Bill with North Western Energy and Colstrip
The Majority Leader of the Montana House of Representatives is working to help a bill pass the legislature that he says will provide a stable source of energy for Montana into the future.
Dr. Al Olszewski Announces Candidacy for Governor of Montana
Orthopedic surgeon and state legislator Dr. Al Olszewski of Kalispell announced on Thursday that he is running for the Republican nomination for Governor of Montana.
County Attorney Pabst to Present Program at National Conference
Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst is in Austin, Texas to present a program developed in Missoula called the Secondary Trauma Group, that in 2017 won an award from the National Association of Counties.
UM Poll Finds Majority of Montanans Support Legalizing Marijuana
A survey released recently by the University of Montana’s online Big Sky Poll found that a majority of Montanans support the legalization of marijuana in the state.
Fox for Trump on Obamacare – Fights for Preexisting Conditions
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox, who has been reported to have broken with President Trump over the Affordable Care Act, said on Wednesday that he supports an end to Obamacare, but also supports continued coverage for preexisting conditions.
Trooper Wade Palmer Regains Consciousness – Condition is Stable
Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer, who was shot multiple times and critically wounded by a suspect on March 15, has regained consciousness in the University Of Utah Medical Center in Salt Lake City, and his condition has been upgraded to stable.
High Tech Companies Bring Over $2 Billion in Revenue for State
High Tech loves Montana. So much so, that after generating more than $2 billion in revenue in 2018, the industry is growing up to nine times faster than the statewide economy.
Contentious Debate on Medicaid Expansion Leads House Session
The Medicaid Expansion bill passed through the Montana House of Representatives without amendments on Friday, a move that did not sit well with the Speaker of the House, Greg Hertz (R) Kalispell.