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!
Missoula County Attorney Handling Hate Crime Against Jewish Family
The Missoula County Attorney's Office had an atypically slow week, but, according to County Attorney Pabst, there was a local hate crime incident.
Northwest Montana Still Coping With Intense Flu Season, One Missoula Fatality So Far
The number of flu cases in northwest Montana have been extremely high this month, but Missoula County Infectious Disease Specialist Pam Whitney says she is hopeful we’ve already seen the worst.
Man Accused of Pepper Spraying Toddler and Forgery, Caught Again in Missoula
Missoula Police got a call after 11:00 a.m. Wednesday morning, January 24, about a local break-in.
Missoula Voters Will Likely See New School Levy Requests in May
School trustees approved the ability to place a levy on Tuesday night
MT County Attorney ‘Shocked’ by DPHHS ‘Stonewalling’ on Child Toxicology Info
How hard can it be to get state agencies to share information?
Missoula School Kids Get Extended Christmas Break
Students at Missoula County Public Schools will get a bit of an extended Christmas break this year.
Montana Payroll Employment Growth Is Second Best In The Nation
Montana’s unemployment rate remained pretty much unchanged during the final month of the holiday season.
Montana’s New Net Neutrality Executive Order- State Leaders Respond
An executive order from Governor Bullock this week has instituted a new net neutrality rule for Montana, but it only applies to companies that receive state contracts.
Officials ‘Perplexed’ by CDC’s HIV Outbreak Warning for 2 Montana Counties
A recent report from the CDC tries to predict the next HIV outbreak and, to the surprise of nearly all local officials, lists two rural Montana counties.
Montana’s Jon Tester One of Just 18 Voting Nay on Motion to End ‘Shutdown’
Montana Democrat Jon Tester was one of only 18 U.S. Senators who voted "Nay" today, January 22, on a cloture vote that will allow the federal government to reopen until February 8.