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!
Yellowstone Set to Open for Winter Season this Weekend
Yellowstone National Park has finished preparing for winter and is ready to invite the public back in this weekend.
Appeal – MT Supreme Court Accused of Unconstitutional Decision in School Tax Credit Case
A decision by the Montana Supreme Court that ruled that a tax credit program in Montana was unconstitutional will soon be challenged at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Montanans Paying More For Christmas Trees than Most in the U.S.
What?! Why are prices for Christmas Trees so much cheaper in Idaho and North Dakota?
Montana Farmers Union Celebrating Legalization of Industrial Hemp
80,000 acres of hemp are expected to be grown in Montana next year!
Mom Arrested on DUI After Reserve Street Crash With Child in Car
A car crash that occurred in the middle of the afternoon on Tuesday at a busy Missoula intersection may have been the result of drunk driving.
Montana Gas Prices Continue Slide Even After OPEC Meeting
Gas prices continue to drop, falling 6.5 cents a gallon across Montana in the last week.
Sax Theft Suspect Caught Again After Burglary, Brawl With Police
A man arrested last week is back in jail again after an altercation.
Missoula Mom Accused of Leaving Kids in Freezing Car With Meth
Over the weekend, Police in the town of Manhattan, Montana ended up arresting a Missoula woman after a complaint came in of a suspicious person at the Broken Arrow Bar and Casino.
Wait Times for Many in Missoula Seeking Addiction Recovery
The three most common types of addiction in MIssoula probably won't surprise you.
Missoula Police Find Napping Car Theft Suspect ‘Slumped Over Steering Wheel’
While most Missoulians were getting ready for their morning drive to work last Friday, one resident went out to her car to find it had disappeared
MT Legislature, Governor Expected to Clash on Ending Fund Balance
In his proposed budget for the next two years, Governor Steve Bullock is asking for about $300 million to be kept in an ending fund balance, but that seems unlikely if if the legislature has its way.
Economist Sees Montana Spending Power Increase After Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Montana’s economy appears to have received a significant boost from the Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.