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!
As Classrooms Fill, Transferring Between Missoula High Schools Gets Harder
For many years, most Missoula high school students have had the ability to go to the school of their choice regardless of where they live in the county, but that option is getting increasingly difficult.
Complaining About the Cold? Missoula’s Actually a ‘Warm Spot’
It’s been unusually cold in western Montana, but according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Ryan Leach, when it comes to low temperatures, Missoula and Hamilton are actually the warmest.
Missoula Student Accused of Threatening to ‘Shoot-up’ School, Deemed to be Low Risk
Missoula Public School officials, and police, are responding to claims that a student threatened violence at Big Sky High School and later assaulted another student.
Man Accused of Felony Theft, Escaping on Powered Shopping Cart
Missoula Police arrested a man on felony theft charges Thursday, February 14, after a loss prevention employee noticed a man pass by the checkout lane on a powered shopping cart.
Montana Couple Facing Over $10,000 in Fines for Hunting Violations
A Trout Creek couple is facing stiff fines and hunting restrictions after Montana wardens began an investigation into accusations of improper purchase of resident licenses.
Missoula’s Big Sky Film Festival Featuring new ‘Made in Montana’ Category
Films with a Montana connection are always highlighted at the Big Sky Film Festival in Missoula, but this year they will get even more attention.
Case Managers Fear State Cuts Will Lead to More Montana Suicides, More Homeless
Early numbers aren’t promising for 2018. Dr. Will Stratford of Missoula says he knows of 11 suicides that occurred during just one week so far this year.
Montana Highway System Ranks High in Cost-Effectiveness Study
A study by the Reason Foundation claims Montana has one of the best-performing, most cost-effective highway systems in the country.
Stevensville Mayor Says Council Opposition to His Volunteer Firefighting is ‘Personal’
The 27-year-old mayor of Stevensville is stepping away from being a volunteer firefighter after getting some heat from the Stevensville city Council.
After Friday Budget Deal, Two More Tax Deductions Available for Montana Income Tax Filers
The budget deal passed by Congress last Friday and signed into law by President Donald Trump is causing a bit of a stir at the Montana Department of Revenue.