Hi! I’m Peter Christian with KGVO Radio. I’ve been in radio since 1973, having started in Helena and moving to Missoula in 1976. I’ve been married to Lorna for almost 38 years, and together we have our son Luke and our daughter Jenna. I’m a bit of a workaholic, so I also have a business called Peter Christian Communications, producing radio spots for stations around the country. I enjoy playing drums in our church worship band, and I’m a classic movie buff.
Incident Commander Farr on Why There are No Further Restrictions
With COVID 19 numbers rocketing higher since the latest local restrictions were put in place, Health Department COVID Incident Commander Cindy Farr explained why no further restrictions have been implemented.
Griz Crush the Cats in the 2020 ‘Can the Cats’ Competition
University of Montana supporters pulled off a rare win against the Montana State Bobcats in the annual ‘Can the Cats’ competition to raise funds and food for food banks across the state.
Missoula City Council Restricts Display of Flavored E-Cigarettes
The Missoula City Council at their regular Monday night meeting passed a resolution entitled 'Ordinance 8.38 Restrictions on the Display of Tobacco Products, and the Sale of Flavored Electronic Tobacco Products
Homicide Victim Identified by Missoula County Coroner
Missoula police are continuing their investigation into a homicide that occurred on Friday when an elderly man in a wheelchair was assaulted and killed on a trail near the Clark Fork River.
Friday Brought a New Record Number of COVID Cases for Missoula
Each day seems to bring a new record number of COVID 19 cases to Missoula County and Friday was no exception, according to COVID 19 Incident Commander Cindy Farr.
Suspicious Death of Elderly Man now Upgraded to Homicide
Early Friday afternoon, Missoula Police were called to the report of a found body on the north river trail west of the Orange Street Bridge.
Temporary Safe Space for Homeless under Construction on 93 South
Between the Missoula Country Club and Peak Health and Wellness Center on Highway 93 South a homeless camp is under construction by an amalgam of city, county and community groups.
UM Basketball Allowed to Get Underway Without Fans
With the state of COVID 19 and athletics worldwide, it was good news from the University of Montana that men's and women's basketball will begin their seasons, however, without fans in the Dahlberg Arena.
Two Men Arrested in East Missoula Meth Bust Appear in District Court
The FBI Office in Salt Lake City issued a press release on Thursday afternoon after a Wednesday action in East Missoula resulted in the arrest of two men.
MCPS Superintendent Says Students are Safer from COVID in School
Missoula County Public Schools Superintendent Rob Watson said this week that there is no move afoot to return to Phase Zero, which is 100 percent remote learning, despite the rapidly increasing number of positive COVID 19 cases.
Missoula Police Report Two Missing Persons
Missoula Police Department has requested a Missing Endangered Person Advisory for Melissa Louise Napier and her son Mason Anthony Johnson.
Bullock Tightens Restrictions on Masks – Gatherings Statewide
At a press conference in Helena on Tuesday, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced that he was tightening restrictions on mask wearing and public gatherings statewide.