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!
Health Adviser Says Puerto Rico in ‘Worsened Condition’ Since Whitefish Energy Contract Ca…
"When the media got a hold of this, it just blew this thing up, and, in my opinion at least, it's unfortunate, because it has further delayed the availability of much needed power," Marghella said
Park Fee Increase Could Cost MT Communities Millions, Study Finds
A new study claims that a proposal by the Department of the Interior to hike the entry pass at national parks like Glacier and Yellowstone from 30 dollars to 70 dollars will cost nearby communities millions.
Missoula Man’s First Elk Stolen From Pickup Truck, Police Investigating Theft
Missoula resident Ethan Donaldson was excited when he shot his first bull elk on the last day of hunting season this year, however, jubilation turned to frustration after someone stole the elk out of his truck.
Missoula Man Calls 911About Sleepy Home Invader, Boxcutter Pulled On Police
At around 10:00 p.m. Tuesday night, Missoula police responded to a Missoulian’s complaint that a stranger had broken into his home. Police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh explains
Give Wisely on ‘Giving Tuesday’ by Avoiding Charity Scams
Christmas is the time for giving, but Better Business Bureau spokesman Dan Buchta warns Montanans to give wisely.
Hunting Season Ends on High Note, More Doe Opportunities Likely Next Year
This past weekend was the end of general rifle season and although there were about one thousand less hunter trips recorded, Fish, Wildlife and Parks Public Information Officer Vivica Crowser says the season ended well.
No Further Cases of Chronic Wasting Disease Found in Montana
Montana had its first two cases of Chronic Wasting Disease diagnosed in two mule deer out of Carbon County this season
Woman With Outstanding Warrants and Meth in Purse Calls Missoula 911, Gets Arrested
Over the weekend, Missoula police responded to a 911 call and ended up arresting the woman who placed the call.
Police Arrest Missoula Man for Violating Order of Protection for Third Time
Missoula police received a 911 call at around 2:00 p.m. Sunday about a man that was reportedly aggressively panhandling on North Reserve.
Missoula Fog Causes Flight Delays, Makes Thanksgiving Travel Troublesome
Missoula's blinding fog was so bad this morning, November 21, that it didn't just impact drivers, pilots were delayed too.
Mayor John Engen Likely to Face Fine After Campaign Cited for ‘Failure to fully and timely…
Montana Political Practices commissioner Jeff Mangan has ruled against Missoula Mayor John Engen in a recent decision that Mangan says will likely end with the payment of a fine.
Bonner Check Station Hunter Success a Whopping 20 Percent, but Hunter Numbers Appear Down
Hunting season is almost over for most, but FWP Public Information Officer Vivica Crowser says the elk numbers coming through southwest Montana’s check stations continues to be higher than last year.