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!
Western Montana Fair Kicks Off This Week With No Entry Fees, 90,000 Visitors Expected
The Western Montana Fair kicks off this Tuesday, August 7, in Missoula and the biggest news for the public is that there will be no entry fee to enter this year.
Some of Montana’s Biggest Fires Burning Right Now
There have been a bunch of new fires that sprang up over the past week, July 29 -August 6, on the Northern Rocky Coordination Center watch list for Montana.
Man Caught In Stolen Car With Heroin Released, Caught Again With Heroin
Missoula Police see a lot of familiar faces, and 33-year-old Corey Williams is one of them.
18 New Missoula Felony Cases This Week, Half Were Violent Crimes
Violence cases played a major roll at the Missoula County Attorney’s Office this past week.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, August 3
Montana Morning headlines include details concerning a tragic crash on I-90 near Missoula that took at least one life
Most of Montana Facing Above Average Fire Threat Through October
On Wednesday, August 1, the Northern Rockies Coordination Center Released its projected fire danger levels for the region.
Burst Semi Tire Thought to Have Caused Blaze Near Alberton
On Wednesday, The Lolo National Forest had its biggest wildfire so far this year.
Man Accused of Christmas Weekend Home Robbery, Caught Trying to Get in Missoula Home
A Stevensville man accused of breaking into a couple’s home and then robbing them at gunpoint during Christmas weekend last December, was caught by Missoula Police Wednesday night around 6:00 p.m., apparently trying to break into a different home.
Clark Fork Power Line Closure Finally Lifted, Nearly Three Months Later
A section of river near Missoula has been blocked off for months after flooding collapsed infrastructure and led to some hazardous conditions.
State Begins to Backfill Funding Cuts in K -12 Education, Special Ed
Money is beginning to be poured into some of the services that were cut during the special legislative session.