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!
Proposed Rules For Grizzly Populations in Northwest Montana Released
Montana FWP has released a proposed rule for guiding the grizzly bear population in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem.
Identity of Man Arrested After Morning Shootout With Missoula Police Released
Missoula police arrested 26-year-old Donald Stebbins after reports of shots fired and a vehicle chase early this morning. According
Morning Mobile Home Fire Began On Couch Outside, No Working Smoke Detectors
The fire that consumed a mobile home this morning appears to have started on a couch that was outside the unit... there is evidence that people were smoking near the area before tragedy occurred.
Hazmat Crew Responds to Triethylamine Spill at University of Montana
A liter bottle of extremely flammable trietheylamine was accidentally dropped at the University of Montana.
Man Accused of Burglary, Assault and Theft After Break-up With Ex
A Missoula man is facing multiple felony and misdemeanor charges after a rough break-up with a girlfriend
4-Year-Old Present During Disturbance Involving Strangulation
"They began to grapple with each other to the point that Mr. Renfro put his arm around the front of the victims neck and applied pressure, which caused her to fear that he was going to close off her ability to breathe," said police.
After $12 Million Spent and 13 Homes Destroyed, Howe Ridge Fire in Death Throes
The Howe Ridge Fire was hit by snow and rain on Sunday, now the Going-to-the-Sun Road is opening back up.
Study Claims New Montana Hardrock Mines Would Create 3,200 Jobs
A new study helps put some hard numbers to the economic impact of hardrock mining in the state.
Montana Morning State News Headlines For Friday, September 14
Montana Morning news headlines covering everything from courts and crime to the announcement of a new stamp.
Woman Wins Supreme Court Fight With City of Missoula Over $25 Surcharge
Corinne Franklin’s $25 may not sound like much, but it could end up costing the City of Missoula nearly half a million dollars.
Florence School Will Close Again After Fire Found in Boy’s Locker
Though the Sheriff’s Department indicated that there was an electrical fire, fire investigators aren’t quite ready to make that claim.
$8.7 Million Missoula International Airport Grant is Bigger Than Expected
The Missoula International Airport is expected to open their first phase of their new terminal in 2021.