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!
Missoula Man Caught Selling Stolen Bikes From Stolen Truck
Missoula Police arrested 23-year-old Dustin Bushell early Tuesday morning after a report came in that he had tried to sell stolen bicycles out of a truck.
Only Half of Montana Grade School Students Proficient in English, Math Scores Are Worse
Just 41.2 percent of Montana elementary and middle school students are proficient in math.
Welcome Back! Major Evacuation Changes on Both Rice Ridge and Lolo Peak Fires
Major changes were announced today on the evacuation status of homes near two major fires in Missoula County.
Most Allowed Back Home in Seeley Lake, Rice Ridge Fire Cost Up To $38 Million
The Rice Ridge fire near Seeley Lake is closing in on a total firefighting cost of $38 million and is over 135,000 acres in size, making it the second most expensive fire in Montana history.
Lolo Peak Fire Burns 51,000 Acres, Now Up to $42.1 Million in Firefighting Costs
While Missoula was able to enjoy a few days of blue sky, the Lolo Peak Fire continued its rapid spread, crossing a few major milestones in both acres burned and total cost to fight.
Missoula Double Homicide Victims Were 15-Year-Old Girl, 24-Year-Old Man
Missoula County Sheriff TJ McDermott has released the names of two victims who were found in a brutal local murder case.
Healthcare Provider Describes Montana Cuts as ‘Draconian,’ Now Unable to Hire Nurses
Some providers say state cuts to provider payments are leading to job losses, lack of health care access for Montanans.
New Drug ‘Gray Death’ Hits Missoula Streets, May Pose Risk to First Responders
County Attorney Kirsten Pabst says this is the first time the drug has been involved in a Missoula case.
Police Arrest One, Interviewing Others in Baseball Bat Beating Caught on Video
A video circulating on Facebook this week claims to be footage of a Missoula Sentinel student being "jumped" by a group of people with bats and beaten to such an extent that he received 20 staples in his head
Drought in Montana Worst in 30 Years, ‘Extraordinary Swing’ in Just Four Months
While western Montana struggles with wildfire smoke pollution and multiple large fires, Eastern Montana is drying-up at a surprising rate