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!
Montana Insurance Commissioner Warns Homeowners to Prepare for Fire Season
Despite recent rains, fire season is coming soon and is predicted to be worse than average
‘Homeless’ Couple Jailed, Accused of Stealing From Woman That Housed Them
"The caller reported that between 2:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. she asked the couple to leave, but it wasn't until the next morning when she went out to retrieve something from her vehicle that she noticed it was missing,"
Montana FWP Says Denton Werewolf… Actually Just a Wolf
Pictures of a "wolf-like" creature quickly went viral last month after photos of the animal were taken on a ranch near Denton, Montana and sent to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Missoula Man Jailed For Swinging Baseball Bat Into Another Man’s Head
Missoula Police arrested a man on Thursday night after a 911 call reported an assault in the 1500 block of South Seventh Street West.
Violent Crimes Keep Missoula Courts Busy, Missoula Bike Theft Ring Discovered
The Missoula County attorney’s office handled over twenty felony cases again this past week.
40-yr-old Man Who Called 911 on Runaway Girl Charged With Sexual Assault of a Minor
Missoula Police received a call from a man on Wednesday night, reporting a runaway girl.
MCPS Approves Purchase of New Reading Curriculum, Old Materials Nearly 18-Years-Old
This week, the Missoula County Public School Trustees approved new curriculum for teaching English Language Arts for area elementary schools.
Missoula’s ‘Dancing Man’ to be Honored With Moment of Silence Tonight
Reports that a man passed away during 'Out to Lunch' in Missoula on Wednesday, June 13 have been verified by the Missoula County Sheriff's Office.
Lolo Peak Fire Helped Turn Lolo Bears Into Garbage Hunters
The Lolo Peak fire in 2017 was enormous and some of the impacts can still be felt.
Man Arrested After Strangled Woman Calls Out for Help, Concerned Neighbor Calls Police
Missoula police were busy on East Broadway Wednesday morning with two separate strangulation cases.
Missoula Police Arrest Man For Strangling, Restraining Woman After Muffled 911 Call
Someone at a residence on East Broadway made multiple attempts to call for help, but then hung up the phone.
Missoula Flag Day Celebrations, Who Has The Biggest Flag?
On Thursday evening, there will be a flag retirement ceremony in the field just north of the Western Montana State Veterans Cemetery.