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!
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.
Missoula Police Arrest Same Man for Meth in Stolen Car, Twice in Five Months
A Missoula woman who recently had her car stolen tracked down her vehicle in the 2200 block of West Broadway on Monday.
Man Accused of Punching Missoula Police Officer in Face After Hitting and Headbutting Girl…
Missoula police ended up charging a man with three different assault charges on Sunday after an ex-girlfriend called 911 reporting an attack.
Missoula Felony Crime Up Nearly 10 Percent in 2017, Meth Cases Tripled Over Past Five Year…
Crime was on the rise in Missoula during 2017, with felony case filings going "up significantly" according to Deputy County Attorney Jason Marks.
Green Brontosaurus Stolen From Missoula Gas Station, Valued Over $4,000
Reward offered for missing dinosaur.
Ice Jam Warning Issued for Montana, Not Imminent in Missoula Area
On Wednesday, the Montana DNRC posted a warning about ice jams and flooding, but Missoula-area hydrologist Ray Nickless with the National Weather Service says that the issue is mainly a concern for other parts of the state.
City Council Still Waiting to Hear How Most Recent Budget Error Will Impact City Services
The city of Missoula is trying to correct for the most recent budget error (yes there was another one), but city council members still haven't heard what services will be impacted.
State Estimates That Less Than 4,000 Montanans Receive Minimum Wage
Montana's minimum wage is going up, but very few of us receive it.
Woman Faces Child Endangerment Charges After DUI Arrest at Missoula Police Station
Missoula police made an arrest right outside their headquarters on Tuesday evening.