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!
After Friday Budget Deal, Two More Tax Deductions Available for Montana Income Tax Filers
The budget deal passed by Congress last Friday and signed into law by President Donald Trump is causing a bit of a stir at the Montana Department of Revenue.
Homeowner Says Crews Started ‘Unnecessary’ Backburn Without Permission, Over $75,000 Lost
Resident Jay Alexander was evacuated during the incident and returned home to find his land ablaze, not by the Sunrise Fire, but by a backburn set to help fight the fire.
Montana’s Gas Prices See ‘Unusual’ Drop For First Time in 2018
For the first time this year, the state average gas price in Montana has taken a week-on-week drop. Gasbuddy.com Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan says falling prices usually begin right after the first of the year.
Police Tackle Man After Chase Through Missoula’s Icy Streets
A routine traffic stop over a missing taillight on Friday, February 9, ended with a Missoula Police Officer and a suspect going to the hospital.
MT Youth Mental Health and Foster Care Services Reeling From Cuts
The cuts are part of Governor Steve Bullock’s efforts to scale back state spending and balance the budget.
Semi Crash Clogs Lolo ‘S’-Curves Friday Morning
Traffic was backed up past Lolo, with some claiming to have been waiting for 30 minutes near 8:00 a.m. as first responders dealt with a jack-knifed trailer.
Missoula Still in Peak Flu Season, Two Flu-Related Deaths
The number of new flu cases in Missoula County has barely budged in past weeks.
Man Accused of Strangling Girlfriend Jumps Through Window, Gets Tased by Missoula Police
In less than six months, Missoula Police have arrested 23-year-old Dustin Bushell three times on a slew of charges ranging from felony theft to escape.
Recreational Marijuana Expected on Montana Ballots in 2020
This Friday, February 9, the first ever Cannabis Conference will be held at the Montana State Capitol.
Montana Water Supply Above Normal, Looks Good For Summer
Montana’s snow pack continues to be far better than other states in the west.
Police Catch Man With Bolt Cutters Burglarizing 3rd Street Storage Unit
Police received a call early this morning, Wednesday February 7, from a citizen who witnessed a man lurking around a Missoula storage unit.
MT County Commissioner Facing Embezzlement, Official Misconduct Charges
Granite County Commissioner Scott Adler has been summoned to a court appearance this month on one charge of Official Misconduct and one charge of Theft by Embezzlement