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!
Montana Non-Profits Can Now Sell Raffle Tickets Online
As of this month, Montana non-profits will have an easier time using gambling to raise money.
End of Insurance Company Subsidies Could Take Products Out of MT Marketplace
"It's a substantial amount, I mean, it's the difference between having sustainable products on the marketplace and not having products on the marketplace,"
Montana BCBS Responds to Trump Health Insurance Executive Order
"The uncertainty continues today," Doran said. "Any efforts to expand across state lines must insure continued state regulatory oversight to ensure that we have a level playing field for all insurers."
Trump Executive Orders Will Bring New Health Insurance Options to Montana, Says Commission…
Insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale says his office is already working on a new website for the public to compare prices with the new options.
Candidates Needed to Fill Missoula City Council Vacancy for Second Time This Year
For the second time this year, the Missoula City Council will be gathering to vote on a candidate to fill a vacant seat in Ward 2.
Man Caught Speeding Down Reserve at 61 MPH With Meth and ‘Illegal Knife’
The driver a car barreling through Missoula early Wednesday morning, ended up receiving a lot more than just a speeding ticket.
Montana Health Insurance Rates to Rise Again in 2018, BCBS Increase is Triple That of Comp…
Health insurance rates are going up across the board on Montana’s individual market in 2018. Montana won’t be losing any major carriers this year, but the rates for each carrier could vary significantly.
Horrific California Fires Pull Missoula-Based Planes and Pilots Out of Retirement
Neptune Aviation's P2V aircraft were retired just days ago, but they're being called out of retirement to help with the fires in California.
Missoula County Attorney Explains Why Prosecutors Aren’t Using the Death Penalty
There’s a reason Montana attorneys are not seeking the death penalty even in extremely gruesome cases involving multiple murders.
Granite County Commissioner Investigated For Using County Equipment on Personal Property
Granite County Commissioner Scott Adler is being investigated after locals complained that he used county resources on his personal property in early September