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!
New Montana Copper Mine Explained, Expected to Generate Over $400 Million in Tax Revenues
Tintina Resources Inc. gives their take on the environmental and economic impacts of a new Montana copper mine.
Hey Missoula, Now is the Perfect Time To Deal With Your Dandelions
It’s getting cold and although fall isn’t a boom time for most plants, it may be the best time to deal with many western Montana Weeds.
Record Snowfall Hits Havre, Power Out With Reports of up to 15 Inches of Snow
A surprising flurry of snow has killed power and created hazardous driving conditions in Havre and elsewhere in Northeast Montana.
Extra Ten Percent Cut Means UM to Lose Another $10 Million, May Trigger Tuition Increase
At the end of August, the Montana Board of Regents was informed by Governor Bullocks’ office that they would need to trim an extra ten percent from the budget.
Rain Drowns Rice Ridge Fire, Fire Camp Moving Out This Week
The rice ridge fire near Seeley Lake has been hit with rain and snow in recent weeks and according to Fire Information Officer Glenda Scott, the recent drenching over the weekend has put out all of the worrisome hotspots.
Man Accused of Strangling Ex in Front of 3-yr-old Caught Hiding Under Couch
Missoula Police arrested a man last Friday, September 29, after an ex-girlfriend claimed she had been attacked in her own home.
Missoula-Area Hunter Confronted by Anti-Hunting Advocate, Harassment Law Discussed
Montana's public lands are used for lots of different kinds of recreation, but sometimes folks don't see eye-to-eye on what is appropriate.
Missoula Students Outshine State Average in Science Test, But Scores Plummet in High Schoo…
Last year, Montana students in fourth, eighth and tenth grade were tested on their proficiency in science and now the results are out.
Montana Teacher of the Year Was Candidate for State Superintendent
Last year, Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen defeated challenger Mellissa Romano in the state Superintendent’s race, but this week, the two met again as Arntzen presented Romano with a big award.
Missoula Man Arrested After Police Find Two Stolen Vehicles
Following up on the report of a stolen Chevy truck, Missoula Police were able to track down the vehicle and apprehend a suspect on Wednesday.