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!
Trump Jr. Calls Tester a Liar and a Lapdog, Responds to Pearl Jam Poster
Donald Trump Jr. is weighing in on two major Montana elections, boosting candidates Greg Gianforte and Matt Rosendale, while accusing Senator Jon Tester of being a liar and a lapdog.
Rabid Bat Found in Rattlesnake is Just One of Many in Missoula
Missoula City-County Health Department has confirmed that a rabid bat was found in the county recently.
Montanan’s Can Choose to Pay for ‘Real ID’, Cards Issued in January
Starting on January 1, Montanans will be able to select a new optional driver’s license that is compliant with REAL ID.
Cost of Fighting Howe Ridge Fire in Glacier Now Over $9 Million, New Shuttle Access Throug…
The Howe Ridge Fire burning in Glacier National Park has grown just over 12,850 acres.
Missoula Seeing a Lot More Bears Lured in by Fruit Trees, 10 to 30 in Rattlesnake Valley A…
The number of bear sightings in the Missoula valley is increasing.
MCPS Announces New Early Kindergarten Program, Now Enrolling 40 Students
Missoula County Public Schools announced a new Early Kindergarten program that will begin at the end of this month.
Woman Charged With DUI, Child Endangerment After Handing Keys to Police
A woman pulled herself over to the side of the road and turned herself in.
Montana Gas Prices Start to Fall, Big Price Difference Between Missoula and Billings
This Summer U.S. gas prices were the highest they’ve been since 2014.
Felony Charges for Man Over Stolen Six-Pack of Beer, Brawl at Missoula Store
Missoula Police arrested a Billings man after reports on Saturday that he tried to steal a six-pack of beer from a Missoula department store.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, August 31
From President Trumps visit to Montana, to details about area fires and local crime, here's your Montana Morning news headlines...
Bitterroot’s Goldstone Fire Likely Stopped at Less than 10,000 Acres
The Goldstone fire still burning in the Bitterroot 18 miles south of Jackson is the state’s second largest.
Trump Closing in on Record Number of Presidential Visits to Montana
President Trump will join a short list of U.S. Presidents who managed to make the trip out to Montana more than once.