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!
Facebook, Trolling, and Memes Involved in New Montana Political Practices Decision
Mangan was clear that if similarly boosted Facebook posts were to happen again without “paid for by” attribution, they could result in a fine.
Gunshots at Missoula Motel – Shooter Reports ‘People in the Walls’ and ‘Voices in Vents’
Missoula police responded to a disturbing 911 call just before 10:00 a.m. Wednesday Morning, November 15, that involved an active shooter in a hotel.
Elk and Deer Harvests Up With Less Than Two Weeks to Go
There’s less than two weeks for general rifle season, but hunters are getting good results.
Christmas Tree Cutting Permits on Sale in Missoula, Just Five Dollars
Starting this week, Christmas tree permits are for sale, fourth graders can get one for free!
Missoula Woman Calls 911 During Early Morning Burglary
A Missoula homeowner called 911 early Friday Morning reporting that a burglar was in her home.
Missoula Man Says He Will Not Pay to Settle Facebook Page Political Practices Complaint
It’s been weeks since a Political Practices complaint was filed against a Missoula man for posting anonymous criticisms of Mayor John Engen on Facebook and then paying Facebook to boost the posts.
FBI Posts Wanted Photo of Suspected Western Montana Drug Trafficker
A man wanted for trafficking methamphetamine and cocaine in Western Montana is getting some extra attention from the FBI.
MT Republicans Pushing to Expand Special Legislative Session Topics
Republicans in the Montana Legislature are currently gathering signatures in hopes of expanding the topics that can be covered during the Special Session scheduled for November 14th.
Missoula DUI Driver Observed Running Red Lights, Threatening Oncoming Traffic
Near 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday a Missoula resident called police on a vehicle that was driving erratically on the south side of town.
100 MPH Chase Ends in Morning Crash on I-90, Intoxicated Driver in Stolen Vehicle
Missoula Police were involved in a high-speed chase at around 4:15 a.m. this morning, November 8.
Fewer Hunters Taking More Game in West-Central Montana
General rifle season in Western Montana is about halfway done and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has noticed what could be a significant drop in hunter participation.
Montana Offering $750,000, Hoping to Reduce High Suicide Rate
The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services is currently looking for ideas to help deal with the state’s notoriously high suicide rate.