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.
Public Education Advocates Speak out Against Espinoza Court Case
During a conference call from Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, advocates for public education and religious freedom concerned about the Espinoza v. the Montana Department of Revenue case spoke out about why the U.S. Supreme Court should reject the case and find for the State of Montana.
Scholarships from Montana State Fund to Promote Workplace Safety
This Friday in Butte, the Montana State Fund will present scholarships to 15 students to promote safety in the workplace.
2020 Economic Outlook Seminar Hits the Road to Visit 10 Cities
The University Of Montana Bureau Of Economic Research will continue its 45 year tradition of visiting Montana cities to discuss the latest economic trends across the state.
Political Practices Commissioner’s Advice on Running for Office
For those planning to enter public service and want to run for office, there are very specific laws and regulations that must be learned and followed to ensure there will be no political campaign violations
SOS News Interview Reveals Secretary of State Candidate
As KGVO News was on the phone with Christi Jacobsen with the Montana Secretary of State’s office asking about the opening of the candidate filing season, it turns out that Jacobsen herself has filed to run for the office currently held by Corey Stapleton.
State OPI Boasts Record High Graduation Rates for Second Year
Montana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction, Elsie Arntzen said on Thursday that she was proud to announce that graduation rates in state public schools have broken a record for the second year in a row.
U.S. Supreme Court to Hear School Choice Case out of Montana
A Montana case will be heard before the U.S. Supreme Court on January 22.
MHP Says Traffic Fatality Numbers Steady in Montana for 2019
The Montana Highway Patrol’s Project Zero campaign has been pushing the goal of zero deaths on Montana’s highways for several years, but the number of highway fatalities has been holding steady for the past three years.
After Two Deaths Safe Kids Missoula Urges Safety on ATV’s
Two recent deaths in Montana by individuals riding all-terrain vehicles have brought safety to the forefront by Safe Kids Missoula.
Natelson says Trump’s Drone Attack may have been ‘Act of War’
Following the drone strike ordered by President Donald Trump last week that killed Iranian general Soleimani, Constitutional scholar Rob Natelson said the attack could be construed as an 'act of war'.