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!
Hockey Tournament Cancelled Due to Western Montana Ice Conditions
The Montana Pond Hockey Classic was supposed to occur this coming Friday and Saturday (January 19, 20) up near Kalispell, but deteriorating ice conditions in Western Montana led officials to cancel the event.
Montana’s 2013 Emergency Alert System Mistake, Featuring Zombies!
Sgt. Bryan Slavik of the Great Falls Police department says he has received calls from "Australia, the UK, Scotland, India, Canada," as well as "every major news network in Montana." The calls aren't for information about a typical crime though, they're in response to a…
First Steps Initiative’ Hopes to Reduce Montana Child Fatalities Through Home Visitation
On Friday, January 12, Montana DPHHS announced that a new program called the “First Years Initiative” would be putting to use nearly $300,000 of federal funds.
Half of Missoula Felony Cases This Week Involved Partner or Family Member Assault
The Missoula County Attorney’s office clipped along at a fairly average pace this past week, filing ten new felony charges. Sadly, half of the crimes involved assault.
Female Inmate Smuggles Heroin into Missoula Jail Inside Her Body
A female inmate was able to smuggle drugs into the Missoula County Jail, including heroin that she apparently shared with other inmates
Businesses Creating New Jobs in Hamilton and Missoula Receive Grants
This week, the Montana Department of Commerce announced the recipients of more than half a million dollars’ worth of Workforce Training Grant funds.
New Sidewalks Coming to Missoula Neighborhoods
Two Missoula neighborhoods are expected to receive new sidewalks soon, partly through the help of a $261,000 grant
Fire at Montana Post Office Under Investigation
The Montana State Fire Marshall was called to Big Arm today, January 10, after a fire broke out at the local post office.
Too Soon to Tell if Trump Tax Plan Will Spur MT Special Session, Says Legislator
This past week, Montana Department of Revenue Director Mike Kadas claimed there was a “strong possibility” that Montana would need to hold yet another special legislative session to respond to the passing of tax changes by the federal government.
Cuts Mean Montana Won’t be Printing Tax Booklets in 2018, New Online Site Soon
There are some big changes for Montana taxpayers this year: not only was the federal tax system overhauled recently, but there have been some modifications at the Montana Department of Revenue too.