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.
Missoula City Firefighter Tests Positive for Coronavirus
The first Missoula City Firefighter has tested positive for COVID 19, according to the Fire Department and the Missoula City County Health Department.
Iconic ‘M’ on Mount Sentinel in Part Painted Black Monday Night
As the sun rose over Mount Sentinel on Tuesday morning, it was immediately evident that someone had painted half of the iconic ‘M’ black during the night.
Hamilton Man Found Guilty of Striking – Killing Child
53 year-old Joseph McNamara was found guilty in Ravalli County District Court on Friday on all counts for the hit and run death of 9 year-old Robert Leonardi in July of 2019.
‘Howl for Missoula’ Donates I-Pads to Communicate with Patients
Ever since the COVID 19 pandemic forced itself into our lives, medical facilities have been limiting or even prohibiting visitors from visitation which has caused distress for both patients and their families.
Community Marks Two Years since Jermain Charlo Disappearance
It was two years ago on June 16 that then 23 year-old Jermain Charlo was last seen in Missoula, and the search for her has never stopped by her family, friends and the Missoula Police Department.
Wildfire Season to have Less Precipitation – Hotter Temperatures
The 2020 wildfire season has the potential to be one of the most challenging since 2017, according to experts with the U.S. Forest Service.
Health Department Confirms New COVID Case in Missoula County
The Missoula County Health Department confirmed a new positive test for COVID 19 in Missoula on Monday.
Two New COVID 19 Cases found at Montana Women’s Prison
Governor Steve Bullock announced at a Thursday press conference in Helena that there have been presumptive positive COVID 19 tests at a women's prison.
Candle Starts Fire that Destroyed Mobile Home Near Airport
Just after midnight on Wednesday, Missoula Rural Fire Crews were called to a mobile home on fire near Buena Vista and Highway 10 West not far from the Missoula International Airport.
Health Officer – Sentinel Testing for COVID now Available
Since the COVID 19 virus became a part of our reality, one of the stumbling blocks for healthcare workers was inadequate testing materials to determine who has the virus, especially when they are still asymptomatic.
Chief White Responds to Questions about Open Carry Firearms
During the Missoula City Council Committee of the Whole via ZOOM on Wednesday, Missoula Police Chief Jaeson White was questioned on many topics, including the issue of individuals openly carrying firearms near Black Lives Matter protesters.
Athletic Director Haslam and Coach Hauck Pilot Course for Fall
It may only be June, but the first Grizzly home football game will arrive in early September, and the University of Montana is preparing for whatever may come in this era of COVID 19 and the George Floyd tragedy.