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 Voters to Decide on School Levy Requests in May
On Tuesday, May 8th, Missoula voters will be asked whether or not to vote for levies that will impact Missoula County Public Schools.
Four Missoula Arrests in Two Hours Mostly Meth Related, South Dakota Felon Caught
Missoula Police made four arrests in less than two hours over Wednesday night, and most were methamphetamine related.
MT Revenue Update ‘Optimistic’, Despite Blame Game Over Cuts
The Montana Legislative Finance Committee met on Monday and Tuesday this week with an update on the state budget.
Green Party Responds to Questions About Republican Infiltration
Questions were raised this week about Montana Green Party Senate Candidate Tim Adams, and whether or not he was actually just a republican running to split votes away from Democrat Jon Tester.
More Sign-Ups Needed For Missoula St. Patrick’s Day Parade
A large portion of Montana families boast Irish descent and that means St. Patrick’s Day gets a little more attention here than it does in other parts of the country.
MT Medicaid Expansion Sustainable and Creates 5,000 Jobs, says Economist
In 2015, there were many predictions of how the program would perform, but now the state has some actual data.
Green Party Will Be on MT Ballots, Only Nine Hours to Enlist Candidates
After reviewing over 5,000 signatures, the Montana Secretary of State's office has approved the Green Party to be on the ballot for the next two years.
Work on New Missoula Bridge Begins Soon, Slower Traffic Expected
One of Missoula’s major thoroughfares is getting a revamp that will take two years and $27 million to complete.
Slew of Meth Arrests in Missoula, All Under 38-Years-Old
Missoula Police handled a bunch of meth cases recently and all were wanted on warrants or were repeat offenders.
Missoula College Loses $200,000 For Failing to Hit Graduation Goal
Missoula College will be getting less money this year from the Board of Regents after failing to meet certain criteria