Peter Christian’s multi-award winning news career began in 1999 on KGVO with the Morning News Express, which eventually became Montana Morning. He stepped down from Montana Morning in 2023, but still continues to co-host Talk Back with Nick Chrestenson. Peter has won 25 first-place ‘Craney’ awards from the Montana Broadcasters Association for his news coverage on KGVO from 2000 through 2023. He has also been the Public Address Announcer for the Montana Grizzlies at Washington Grizzly Stadium since 1998.
How the University of Montana Keeps You Safe at Griz Football Games
The UM Police Chief shared just some of the effort that goes on behind the scenes.
Montana Supreme Court Upholds 95 Mills for School Funding
The unanimous 7-0 ruling came quickly by the State’s highest court.
Missoula Police Tips on Stopping Holiday Season Porch Pirates
Here are helpful tips on keeping packages from being stolen right off your porch this holiday season.
Montana Highway Patrol Has Thanksgiving Travel Safety Tips
It’s always wise to check the forecast before you hit the road.
Four Top Montana Officials Weigh-In on State Issues
Tuesday was a day of access for KGVO’s Talk Back listeners and callers to the highest levels of Montana State government.
Missoula Firemen Free Feline From Car’s Engine Compartment
It took a Missoula Rural Fire crew over an hour on Monday to rescue a stray cat that had lodged itself inside the engine compartment of a vehicle.
UM Professor Teaching Course to ‘Combat Health Disinformation’
Does this information pass the smell test?
Pro-Palestine Colors Covered the ‘M’ in Missoula
We spoke with UM Director of Strategic Communications Dave Kuntz late Saturday afternoon about the protest.
AG’s Tragic Story of How Trafficking Victims Return to That Life
Montana’s Attorney General Austin Knudsen was on Friday’s Talk Back show to answer questions from KGVO listeners.
Missoula Meth and Drive-By Shooting on Federal Court Digest
The following are details on Montana federal court cases in Missoula, Billings, and Great Falls over the past week.
Meet Montana OPI Superintendent Candidate Susie Hedalen
Susie Hedalen is running as a Republican to replace OPI Superintendent Elsie Arntzen who will be termed out in 2024.
Montana is Leading the Way for National Adoption Month
Montana has made great strides in lowering the number of children in foster care.