Hi! I’m Peter Christian with KGVO Radio. I’ve been in radio since 1973, having started in Helena and moving to Missoula in 1976. I’m the anchor on the Montana Morning Show from 6 to 8:30 a.m. and then I co-host the Talk Back show with Jon King from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. I’ve been married to Lorna for almost 38 years, and together we have our son Luke and our daughter Jenna. I’m a bit of a workaholic, so I also have a business called Peter Christian Communications, producing radio spots for stations around the country. I enjoy playing drums in our church worship band, and I’m a classic movie buff. Thanks for listening!
Sheriff Calls Political Practices Complaints ‘Trivial’
Missoula County Sheriff T.J. McDermott has called many of the complaints filed against his reelection campaign by opponent Travis Wafstet ‘de minimis’, or ‘too trivial or minor to merit consideration, especially in law’.
Pierce and Standingrock Trial Prep Underway – Hearing Friday
Trial preparations for Tiffanie Rae Pierce and Augustus Storm Standingrock are underway by both the Missoula County Attorney’s office and the two defense attorney
Man with Fatal Head Wound Found on Lawn Near Local Bank
Missoula Police responded to a report of a man found with an apparently fatal head wound on Wednesday morning.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, May 23
Evacuees from the Clark Fork flooding have been allowed to temporarily return to their homes to check on their property, but not to move back in.
Four Feared Drowned when Car Plunges into the Selway River
'On Monday May 21st at 5:45 AM, the Ravalli County Sheriff’s Office in Hamilton received reports of a vehicle that drove into the Selway River approximately 50 miles west of Darby MT, in the backcountry of Idaho County.
Health Department Offers Free Tetanus Boosters to Flood Workers
The Missoula City County Health Department along with Blue Cross Blue Shield will be offering free tetanus booster shots to residents, flood workers and volunteers on Wednesday afternoon.
With a Brief Flood Respite – Limited Access to Homes Allowed
A brief respite from the flood waters of the Clark Fork River is allowing homeowners who have been evacuated a few precious hours to check on their property, keep pumps running and retrieve medications.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, May 22
Missoula flood evacuees told they may have to stay out of their homes till mid June, but can make a brief visit to check on their property.
Montana AG Joins Coalition to Stiffen Penalties on Opioid Makers
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox, along with the attorneys general of Ohio and Washington, led a coalition of 39 state and territory attorneys general calling on congressional leaders to promptly pass measures to help hold opiod manufacturers accountable for their role in the current opiod epidemic.
Officials – Flood Evacuations Could continue until mid-June
At Monday’s flood information briefing, the question was asked, ‘When could flood evacuees begin to return to their homes?’, and the answer is a blow to those displaced by the flood.
East Mullan Road Levee Eroding Putting Infrastructure at Risk
Flood response officials are focusing their attention on a levee in the East Mullan Road area that is reportedly being eroded by the flooding of the Clark Fork River, possibly putting infrastructure in the area at risk.
Over the Top Fundraiser for United Way – Rappelling off Bank Roof
Just ten dollars gave a great many individuals a chance to rappel off the roof of the First Interstate bank building on Saturday in a fundraiser for the Missoula United Way.