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 Morning State News Headlines For Friday, September 14
Montana Morning news headlines covering everything from courts and crime to the announcement of a new stamp.
Woman Wins Supreme Court Fight With City of Missoula Over $25 Surcharge
Corinne Franklin’s $25 may not sound like much, but it could end up costing the City of Missoula nearly half a million dollars.
Florence School Will Close Again After Fire Found in Boy’s Locker
Though the Sheriff’s Department indicated that there was an electrical fire, fire investigators aren’t quite ready to make that claim.
$8.7 Million Missoula International Airport Grant is Bigger Than Expected
The Missoula International Airport is expected to open their first phase of their new terminal in 2021.
Montana State Legislator Discusses Potential Legislator Pay Raise
The Montana Legislature’s Legislative Council is considering a bill that would raise the pay for state legislators.
Montana Horseshoe Fire May Have Burned Homes
The Horseshoe fire, burning near Clarkston north of Bozeman may have destroyed some homes.
UM Beats Big Sky Conference in Business
The University of Montana is celebrating a big win over the rest of the Big Sky Conference.
Missoula Police Find Meth, Heroin and Pharmaceuticals After 911 Call Reports Suspicious Ac…
Missoula police responded to complaints of some odd behavior right after midnight on Wednesday morning.
Salvage Logging Project Sales Open for Rice Ridge Fire Area
While salvage logging on the Lolo Peak Fire hasn’t been approved, the story is different on the Rice Ridge fire
Missoula Police Find Stolen License Plates on Stolen Car With Suspect Inside
Missoula Police arrested a man early Tuesday morning after an officer noticed some odd behavior,