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 Police Find ‘Person of Interest’ in Case of Children’s Bones Found in Box
Missoula Police are still searching for information related to a box containing the bones of three children found in a central Missoula neighborhood last September.
Major Structural Change Recommended for Montana Public Defender System
Missoula-area Representative Kimberly Dudik is the chair of the Task Force in State Public Defender Operations, which agreed on Monday to bring seven bills to the upcoming Montana Legislative Session.
Glacier Park Officials Brace For Hard Winter After Early Storm Closes Roads
The rumor swirling around Glacier National park, is that Montana will have a hard winter this year.
Montana Facing Above Average Fire Season in 2015, Expert Says
Experts are already predicting that Montana's fire danger this summer will be above average, and, in light of a recent history of rough fire seasons, those aren't words to take lightly.
Census Reveals That Butte, Montana is The Most Irish City in America
Researchers at Irishcentral.com have been investigating the 2010 census trying to find the most Irish city in America.
Montana Woman Passes Away After Completing Bucketlist on The Ellen Show
Cancer, determination, community and daytime television all play a role in a touching story out of Miles City. After a five-year fight with ovarian cancer, Rosa Neese still had one more item to check off of her bucket list. She wanted to visit the Ellen DeGeneres Show, but commercial airlines couldn…
Montana Tourism Industry on the Rise – 2015 Looking Good, Predicts Tourism Director
According to a report by the University of Montana, the state of Montana's tourism industry is strong.
Montana High School Students Name Winter Storms for The Weather Channel, “Bozeman” Coming …
In 2012, The Weather Channel began naming winter storms with a hodge-podge of names that came from Greek Mythology, Shakespeare, and even J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. Bozeman High School Latin Teacher Erika Shupe and her class advised the Weather Channel to be more intentional.
Why a Montanan’s Vote is Worth More Than Most
When it comes to national politics, the average Montanan has much greater influence than the average American. Here's why . . .