Peter Christian’s multi-award winning news career began in 1999 on KGVO with the Morning News Express, which eventually became Montana Morning. He stepped down from Montana Morning in 2023, but still continues to co-host Talk Back with Nick Chrestenson. Peter has won 25 first-place ‘Craney’ awards from the Montana Broadcasters Association for his news coverage on KGVO from 2000 through 2023. He has also been the Public Address Announcer for the Montana Grizzlies at Washington Grizzly Stadium since 1998.
Montana Federal Court Report: Threats to Blow Up a School
An indictment is merely an accusation, and a defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.
The Official Process for Picking a Ward 6 Missoula City Councilor
Here are the official details of how the process will be carried out at Monday’s City Council meeting.
Daines Slams Biden for Pulling Air Marshals to Southern Border
There are fewer Federal Air Marshals on flights in Montana due to the Biden Administration pulling them away from their duties.
Outdoor Recreation Helps Montana Generate $2.9 Billion
According to a new study released by UM Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research, the state’s outdoor economy grew 14 percent from 2021 to 2022.
Best Christmas Trees in Montana and Where to Find Them
Dr. Kolb, an expert on trees, described the various species available.
Many Subsidized Housing Apartments Still Available in Missoula
In the last few months, 402 affordable housing units have become available for rent in Missoula.
U.S. Attorney Will Attend ‘United Against Hate’ Meeting in Montana
Montana’s U.S. Attorney Jesse Laslovich will be in Pablo on Wednesday for a special 'United Against Hate' meeting on the Flathead Indian Reservation.
Wait to Pay the Extra Missoula Property Tax Until 2nd Half is Due
Almost all of Montana’s counties billed property owners less than they should have for the first half of their property taxes.
How the University of Montana Keeps You Safe at Griz Football Games
The UM Police Chief shared just some of the effort that goes on behind the scenes.
Montana Supreme Court Upholds 95 Mills for School Funding
The unanimous 7-0 ruling came quickly by the State’s highest court.