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 Kids Exposed to Meth Smoke Through Vents, News Headlines
From meth use at the Missoula YMCA Learning Center to cuts hitting hospitals and the costs of snow, here are your Montana Morning headlines for April 13.
Missoula Woman Receives Criminal Contempt, Felony Drug Charges
Missoula Police were doing a routine parole check on Wednesday that resulted in felony charges for a young woman.
Woman Who Cursed Out Missoula Judge, Back in Jail For Robbery
A Missoula woman who faced a 30 day jail sentence in 2016 after cursing and insulting Judge Karen Orzech during a DUI hearing, was back in court this week facing a felony charge.
MT State Cuts Disproportionately Hit Missoula’s Community Medical Center
The state of Montana’s rush to fix a projected budget shortfall resulted in a number of health care related cuts.
Nearly 1,000 Jobs Are Available In Missoula Right Now
Job seekers in the Missoula area are in luck, there are a lot of opportunities available.
Montana Medicaid Expansion May Have Increased Labor Force, Economist Says
Montana expanded Medicaid like many other states, but it also included provisions the other states don’t have.
Missoula YMCA Worker Caught With Meth at Work, Cared for Infants
Missoula Police arrested 30-year-old Autumn Heinz Tuesday, April 10, after staff at the YMCA called to report suspicious activity.
31 Missoula Homes Saved After Volunteers Pay Off Over 10K in Debt
An online fundraiser to help pay off the debts of local mobile home owners before those homes were put up for auction was no gimmick.
Poll – Missoulians List Affordable Housing, High Taxes as City’s ‘Most Pressing Problems’
Missoula City Council members will get a chance to look at new polling paid for by the City of Missoula this week and the questions may indicate an increase in taxes in the near future.
Missoulians Rush to Save Homes From Delinquent Tax Sale
Missoula County will auction off mobile homes with unpaid tax bills tomorrow morning April 11, but some concerned citizens are rushing to try to pay off those bills before the deadline today at 5:00 p.m.
Flux in Steel Prices Could Impact Montana Public Projects
There are a lot of public construction projects underway in Missoula right now that involve steel, a commodity that has taken center stage in trade negotiations between the U.S. and China.
Don’t Wait Till Schools Are Full, Missoula Kindergarten Registration Due This Week
Missoula County Public Schools is pushing to get all local Kindergarten students enrolled before this weekend, April 14.