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’s Xplorer Maps Works With Opportunity Resources During ‘Unprecedentedly Tough Yea…
It's been a tough year for Opportunity Resources, but one bright spot has been cooperation with local businesses
Biologists Discover Source of Illegal Swan Lake Walleye, $35,000 Reward for Information
Research by biologists with FWP have learned the source of two illegally introduced walleye that were caught in a gill net in Swan Lake back in 2015.
UM Asked to Reveal Program Reviewers, Prof. Claims Process was ‘Scandal’
Many questions abound concerning the “prioritization” process used by the University of Montana to rate its programs in an effort to deal with budget woes.
One Hamilton Boy Dead, One Hospitalized in Suspected Prescription Drug Overdose
A police officer and Highway Patrolman tried to administer CPR on a 16-year-old boy that had stopped breathing,
6-Yr-Old Boy Found at Suspected Drug House, Man Arrested for Cocaine
Police arrested three people on Friday at a Missoula home after they followed up on a warrant
Two Arrested in Montana Decapitation Case, Meth at Missoula Motel
Today's headlines include developments in a transient camp murder, two arrests related to meth found at a Missoula motel, and a heart-warming story about locals giving back to veterans through the Santa Socks program.
Missoula Santa Sock Donations Needed for 600 Local Veterans
Townsquare Media is happy to help again with this year's Santa Sock donations, you can also drop them off at our office at 3250 South Reserve.
15 New Felony Cases Handled in Missoula This Week
The Missoula County Attorney’s office processed fifteen felony cases this past week, including three violent offenses.
Park Fee Increase Could Cost MT Communities Millions, Study Finds
A new study claims that a proposal by the Department of the Interior to hike the entry pass at national parks like Glacier and Yellowstone from 30 dollars to 70 dollars will cost nearby communities millions.
Missoula Man Calls 911About Sleepy Home Invader, Boxcutter Pulled On Police
At around 10:00 p.m. Tuesday night, Missoula police responded to a Missoulian’s complaint that a stranger had broken into his home. Police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh explains
Give Wisely on ‘Giving Tuesday’ by Avoiding Charity Scams
Christmas is the time for giving, but Better Business Bureau spokesman Dan Buchta warns Montanans to give wisely.
Hunting Season Ends on High Note, More Doe Opportunities Likely Next Year
This past weekend was the end of general rifle season and although there were about one thousand less hunter trips recorded, Fish, Wildlife and Parks Public Information Officer Vivica Crowser says the season ended well.