I just graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in broadcast journalism, in May. I am now a full time employee for KGVO and am excited for what the new year will bring.
Montana Military Academy Nominees for 2012
27 students have been nominated for appointments to America’s service academies for 2012.
24/7 Sobriety Program For Missoula [AUDIO]
The 24/7 Sobriety program is making headway in reducing the number of repeat DUI offenders since the start of the program nearly 2 ½ months ago. Eight counties have so far opted to launch the program.
Japan and Access to U.S. Beef
Japan has initiated steps to improve access for U.S. beef. Senator Max Baucus has led efforts urging Japan to lift its unscientific restrictions on U.S. beef.
Quarterly Grants- Hospice Care Foundation [AUDIO]
For over 25 years the Hospice Care Foundation has supported the local hospice and palliative care providers for many years.
Pipeline Opponents Speak Out [AUDIO]
On Saturday the Senate today passed a payroll tax cut deal that will require the Obama administration to decide the future of the proposed Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline within 60 days.
Gas Prices Keep Dropping [AUDIO]
Good news at the gas pumps as prices continue to drop. The average price of gasoline across the state have fallen 5.8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.25 per gallon on Sunday.
Ovando Man Pleads Guilty To DUI Injury Crash
An Ovando man has pleaded guilty to driving drunk and running vehicles off Montana Highway 200 last fall before sideswiping a trailer and hitting a minivan, seriously injuring three people.
Burglary Investigation Leads To Marijuana Bust
A burglary investigation in Hamilton led police to a marijuana growing operation.Court records say police were investigating a juvenile who confessed to breaking into a house to take marijuana when they learned the house belonged to 30-year-old Sara Crystal Jacobson.
Meetings on Tap to Discuss Proposed Hunting Regulations
Public meetings on Montana’s proposed hunting seasons and regulations for 2012-2013 are set for twelve west-central Montana communities in January.
Helping Spruce up your Neighborhood [AUDIO]
There are many pocket parks, playgrounds and other projects that have been funded throughout the past 15 years by the Neighborhood Project Funds through the office of Neighborhoods in Missioula.