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!
Surprisingly Low Number of DUIs in Missoula Over St. Patrick’s Day Weekend
Over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend, the Montana Highway Patrol made 51 DUI arrests statewide, but only three of those came from Missoula County.
Missoula Robbery Charges After Man Assaulted, Alcohol Stolen on St. Patrick’s Day Eve
On Friday, Missoula police made an arrest after a report came in that a man had been robbed while sitting with his wife at a Missoula bus stop.
Montana Bed Taxes Pouring in at Record Rate
The money is re-invested in tourism and infrastructure.
Missoula Seeing ‘Huge Influx’ of Mental Illness Commitment Cases After State Cuts
On Wednesday, many Missoula County Departments will be discussing the impact of recent budget cuts on their ability to serve the public.
Missoula Felony Charges Include Crash Into Patrol Car, Abuse of Children
A full one third of the 18 felony charges in Missoula this past week, March 16, were violent crimes
Montana Green Party Denounces Own Candidate Over ‘Bigoted Remarks’
The Montana Green Party is denouncing a candidate running under the Green Party banner over what it views as 'bigoted remarks.'
Lack of Funding From Federal Lands Hurting Rural MT Counties
"The county doesn't have any real economic means other than a sawmill, which depends on the forest service to provide timber for it," Zylawy said
Missoula Voters to Decide on School Levy Requests in May
On Tuesday, May 8th, Missoula voters will be asked whether or not to vote for levies that will impact Missoula County Public Schools.
Four Missoula Arrests in Two Hours Mostly Meth Related, South Dakota Felon Caught
Missoula Police made four arrests in less than two hours over Wednesday night, and most were methamphetamine related.
MT Revenue Update ‘Optimistic’, Despite Blame Game Over Cuts
The Montana Legislative Finance Committee met on Monday and Tuesday this week with an update on the state budget.