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.
Montana Secretary of State Announces Remote Online Notarization
You’ve got all your business paperwork ready, now, where’s the nearest Notary Public?
Miss Montana Delivers Food to Flood Ravaged Bahamas
The Miss Montana C-47 aircraft is at its very heart a cargo plane, and the cargo being delivered by the crew for the next few weeks will be life itself, with pallets of prepackaged meals to flood ravaged families in the Bahamas.
Senator Daines Addresses GOP Lincoln-Reagan Dinner in Missoula
In what Republican officials called the best ever attended Lincoln-Reagan dinner at the Hilton Hotel Conference Center in Missoula, Montana Senator Steve Daines was the first to address the crowd.
Missoula Police Officers Involved in Fatal Shooting Identified
On Friday afternoon, KGVO News received a press release from Sgt.Travis Welsh, Public Information Officer with the Missoula Police Department regarding the two officers who have been placed on administrative leave following a fatal shooting that occurred on September 2.
2019 ACT Scores Show Montana High School Juniors Have Work to Do
The Montana Office of Public Instruction has released the 2019 ACT scores from all the state high schools, and they show that Montana high school students have a lot of work to do to obtain scores that will qualify for entrance into state colleges and universities.
Senate Bill Could Put Air Ambulance Companies out of Business
A bill before the U.S. Senate could prove devastating for Montana’s air ambulance companies.
Rosendale Secures Restitution for Insurance Fraud Victims
Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale announced that 3,645 Montanans will be receiving letters regarding possible eligibility for restitution from an insurance case that was recently prosecuted by his office.
Montana AG Tim Fox Joins Anti Trust Investigation into Google
This week, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox joined 50 other state Attorneys General in launching an investigation into whether Google has violated state and federal antitrust laws.
AG Names Missing Persons Specialist – LINC Coordinator
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has named former Glacier County Sheriff’s Deputy Misty LaPlant as the new Department of Justice Missing Persons Specialist.
Montana FWP – Don’t Try to Scare a Bear Away with a Shotgun
The impetus for this story comes from a report of an injured bear that had to be euthanized near Kila, Montana.