Hey everyone! I am Nick Chrestenson and I grew up in San Jose, California. I moved to Missoula, Montana when I was 18 so I could attend the University of Montana. I ended up graduating with a broadcasting degree from the UM School of Journalism and now I spend most of my free time golfing with friends and family. Nothing beats the summer weather in Missoula and I try to soak up as much of it as I can. I am still adjusting to the cold winters, but I find solace in binge watching TV shows on Netflix. I also spend a lot of time watching and talking about sports with anyone who is willing to participate.
Violent Crimes Kept The Missoula County Attorney’s Office Busy This Week
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office filed 12 new complaints this past week.
Senate Bill 65 Will Reform DUI Statutes in Montana
The Montana Department of Justice has approximately 11 bills in the Montana State Legislature.
Montana Medical Professionals Receive Human Trafficking Awareness Training
In an effort to end human trafficking, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox introduced a Continuing Education training.
The UM Food Pantry is Now Open in the University Center
On Tuesday, the University of Montana had their grand opening for the new UM Food Pantry.
‘White Power’ and Swastikas Were Spray Painted On A Missoula Building
Missoula Police received a call that a vandalism was in progress in the 1400 block of West Broadway.
A Head On Collision Caused Morning Traffic Delays From Lolo to Missoula
Several crashes continue to occur on Highway 93 as folks commute from Lolo to Missoula.
Today Marks The Anniversary of the Death of MPD Sergeant Bob Heinle
MPD Public Information Officer Travis Welsh asks that the public keep Heinle in mind and remember the sacrifice he made for our community.
Donations and Volunteers are Need to Expand and Refurbish Dragon Hallow
A Carousel for Missoula has announced plans to expand and refurbish the Dragon Hollow play area.
Missoula Continues to Lead the State in the Number of Reported Flu Cases
There have been 1,486 reported influenza cases in the state in 2019.
HB 185 Would Keep Montana Taprooms Open Until 10pm
The Montana Brewers Association is hoping to pass a bill that would allow brewery taprooms to stay open two hours later.