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!
FWP Opens Fishing Access Sites But High Rivers Took Signs, Left Debris
Even though they may be open, FWP spokeswoman Vivaca Crowser says many won’t look the same.
Missoula Woman Accused of Smashing Out Multiple Car Windows, Theft
A Missoula woman was arrested Monday afternoon, June 3, around 4:00 p.m. after police received reports of someone damaging personal property.
Yellowstone Elk Kicks Woman in Head, Victim Flown to Trauma Center
A woman was attacked in Yellowstone National Park Sunday, June 3rd by a cow elk.
Stevi Man Accused of Attacking Woman With Stereo After Being Told Music Was Too Loud
Deputies arrested 39-year-old Charles Gene Maxfield in Stevensville Saturday night, June 2, after a fight broke out at a party.
Western Montana Facing Higher Gas Prices Than East, Idaho is Worse
Montana gas prices shot up again this past week,June 4, but gasbuddy.com Petroleum analyst Patrick Dehaan believes the upward trend may be almost over.
Ninth Circuit Rules in Favor of Thinning Project
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is celebrating after a recent Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision dealing with a Montana forest.
Missoula Sees Large Percentage of Violent Crimes This Past Week
The number of felony cases handled by the Missoula County Attorney’s office took a dip this past week, to less than 15, however, according to County Attorney Kirsten Pabst, a majority of those were violent crimes.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for June 1
Families displaced by the 2018 Clark Fork flood in Missoula may be allowed to return home soon, as county officials count the costs of the damage.
Missoula County Will Hire a Wildfire Preparedness Coordinator in July
Missoula County will be hiring for a new position, just as fire season traditionally heats up.
WA Coal Port Case Will Move Forward Despite Governor’s Objection
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox’s office is cheering a federal court decision that occurred on Wednesday.