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!
Man Caught Speeding Down Reserve at 61 MPH With Meth and ‘Illegal Knife’
The driver a car barreling through Missoula early Wednesday morning, ended up receiving a lot more than just a speeding ticket.
Horrific California Fires Pull Missoula-Based Planes and Pilots Out of Retirement
Neptune Aviation's P2V aircraft were retired just days ago, but they're being called out of retirement to help with the fires in California.
Missoula County Attorney Explains Why Prosecutors Aren’t Using the Death Penalty
There’s a reason Montana attorneys are not seeking the death penalty even in extremely gruesome cases involving multiple murders.
Nearly $800K Grant Awarded to Help New Missoula Hotel Create ‘Good Quality’ Jobs
A new grant could help improve the benefit of jobs for more than 80 employees.
Missoula’s Festival of the Dead Accused of ‘Cultural Appropriation’, Coordinator Responds
Missoula’s Festival of the Dead is inspiring some pretty lively rhetoric.
Missoula Wins Planning Award For Carbon Reduction Plan, Street Narrowing, and Art Park
For the past decade, the American Planning Association has been handing out America’s Great Places Awards and for the first time ever, Missoula is on the list.
U.S. Budget Director Uses Ryan Zinke Flights as Example of ‘Appropriate’ Charter Flight Us…
U.S. Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney spoke out this week about the use of chartered planes by department heads at public expense.
New Montana Copper Mine Explained, Expected to Generate Over $400 Million in Tax Revenues
Tintina Resources Inc. gives their take on the environmental and economic impacts of a new Montana copper mine.
Hey Missoula, Now is the Perfect Time To Deal With Your Dandelions
It’s getting cold and although fall isn’t a boom time for most plants, it may be the best time to deal with many western Montana Weeds.
Record Snowfall Hits Havre, Power Out With Reports of up to 15 Inches of Snow
A surprising flurry of snow has killed power and created hazardous driving conditions in Havre and elsewhere in Northeast Montana.