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!
Most of Montana Facing Above Average Fire Threat Through October
On Wednesday, August 1, the Northern Rockies Coordination Center Released its projected fire danger levels for the region.
Burst Semi Tire Thought to Have Caused Blaze Near Alberton
On Wednesday, The Lolo National Forest had its biggest wildfire so far this year.
Man Accused of Christmas Weekend Home Robbery, Caught Trying to Get in Missoula Home
A Stevensville man accused of breaking into a couple’s home and then robbing them at gunpoint during Christmas weekend last December, was caught by Missoula Police Wednesday night around 6:00 p.m., apparently trying to break into a different home.
Clark Fork Power Line Closure Finally Lifted, Nearly Three Months Later
A section of river near Missoula has been blocked off for months after flooding collapsed infrastructure and led to some hazardous conditions.
State Begins to Backfill Funding Cuts in K -12 Education, Special Ed
Money is beginning to be poured into some of the services that were cut during the special legislative session.
‘Spoofing’ Scam in Missoula Using Police Department Phone Number
Missoula Police are warning the public about phone calls that have been going out recently concerning overdue warrants.
Boy Falls to Death in Glacier National Park at Same Location as Fatality Last Year
Glacier National Park officials are reporting that boy has died after a tragic fall that occurred near the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
Shifting Wind Pours California Smoke Into Montana
Smoke seems to be clouding the sky over Missoula today, Tuesday, July 31 and according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Travis Booth, the smoke is coming from far-away wildfires.
Western Montana Seeing Shocking Uptick in Human Caused Fires, 35 in a Week
There's been an uptick in the number of human caused wildfires this past week that threatens to force Western Montana into Stage 1 or 2 fire restrictions
Check Fraud Ring Hits Missoula, Police Warn to Lookout For This Account
Missoula Police are trying to crack down on a check fraud ring that has been cashing checks throughout the City of Missoula and perhaps elsewhere.
Suspect Accused of Trapping Ex in Storage Unit Complex, Ramming Vehicle with 5-Year-Old In…
Missoula police received a call from a man early this morning, July 30, who was trying to retrieve some things from a storage locker and got trapped.
Missoula Strangulation Suspect Caught After Trying, Failing to Leap Fence During Chase
Police arrested 29-year-old Cote Wheeler just before 1:00 A.M. Sunday, July 29, after they received a call that there was physical disturbance in progress in the 1200 block of Jackson Street