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!
Footprints in Snow Help Missoula Police Nab Marijuana Burglary Suspect
If he had only wiped his feet off at the apartment complex police would have had a much harder time tracking him down.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, November 30
Today's headlines include updates on a fatal crash in Missoula, the capture of a Montana murder suspect in North Dakota, and the re-arrest of a Missoula meth suspect who once brought meth with her to a probation hearing.
FWP to Ask Legislature for Cash for New Hunting License and Camp Reservation System
This week and next, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials are holding meetings throughout the state to discuss a potential new automated licensing system that would be used both for Hunting licenses and camp site reservations
Median Home Sales Price in Missoula Hits Record, Jumped $20,000 in One Year
Missoula Real Estate hit some surprising heights during 2018.
Woman Who Brought Meth to Probation Hearing, Caught Again
This isn't her first time in the Missoula jail.
Tragic Week Brings Montana Roadway Fatality Count up to 161
This past week saw a disturbingly high number of roadway fatalities across the State of Montana, as winter weather made Thanksgiving driving conditions more hazardous.
Price Drop Thought to Be Cause of Missoula Airport Traffic Spike
"Anecdotally we are seeing fares that are, in some cases, hundreds of dollars less than we've seen in the past."
Multi-Vehicle Crash in Downtown Missoula Sends One to Hospital
A multi-vehicle crash in downtown Missoula during the morning commute on Wednesday stalled traffic and sent one individual to the hospital.
MT Veterans From Two Theaters of War Seeing Higher Suicide Rates
Suicide has been a constant struggle for Montana, which regularly has one of the highest suicide rates per-capita in the country.
A Montana First – State House Will Have Two Finance Chairs
There have been a lot of mixed messages about who will be the finance chair for the Montana State House for the next biennium.