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.
2017 Was A Record Donation Year For UM Thanks To Largest Donation Ever
The University of Montana has grown accustom to receiving a significant amount of money in donations each year, but this year was one for the record books.
Montana Is Hosting It’s First Ever Navy Week In Hopes Of Increasing Navy Awareness
Currently, folks are experiencing the first ever Navy Week in Montana.
Helena Receives A $600,000 Federal Grant For A New Family Drug Treatment Court
The First Judicial District Court is launching a new Family Drug Treatment Court in Helena thanks to a $600,000 federal grant.
$14 Million Have Been Spent On The Sapphire Complex, Total Acreage Is 27,528 And Growing
The Sapphire Complex is comprised of the Little Hogback, Goat Creek and Sliderock fires.
Attempted Kidnapping Suspect Caught
Mineral County Authorities have apprehended a man accused of a kidnapping attempt in Missoula.
Two Montana Wildfires Combine, Moose Lake Area Residents Are Being Ordered To Evacuate
The Whetstone Ridge and Meyers fires in Montana have gotten so bad that some residents are now under a red evacuation order.
The Sapphire Complex Has Two Fires At 0% Containment, Some Evacuation Orders Are In Place
The Sapphire Complex is comprised of the Goat Creek, Little Hogback, and Sliderock fires and all three are currently active.
Missoula Police Arrest Man For Felony DUI, Suspect Drugs May Be Involved
Driving under the influence cases are occurring at an alarming rate in Missoula.
Montana Senator Fears The State Will Run Out Of Money That Is Used To Suppress Fires
Wildfires are sparking up all across Montana this summer and there might not be enough funds available to suppress these fires.
More Than Half Of Montana Is Experiencing Some Level Of Drought, Federal Aid May Be Requir…
While conditions in Northwest Montana are abnormally dry, portions of eastern Montana are facing drought conditions they haven’t seen in over 50 years.