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!
The Cheapest, Most Expensive Day of Week to Buy Gas in Montana
Petroleum analyst Patrick Dehaan says Montana bucks a national trend when it comes to the best and worst days of the week to buy gas.
Clerk and Customer Shot in Missoula Store, Police Searching for Two Suspects
Shots were fired in Missoula this morning around 3:48 a.m. at a convenience store in the 2400 block of South Higgins, near the UM Soccer Fields
Hunter Education Classes Begin This Month, Sign-up Open
Hunting season is a long way off, but now is the time for those interested in hunting next winter to sign up for Hunter’s Education classes.
Missoula Storm Drain Creates Floodplain in Homeowner’s Backyard
Imagine if a city storm drain system was piped right into your back yard and you had to pay nearly $1,000 per year for flood insurance because of it.
Missoula Students Outshine State Average in Science Test, But Scores Plummet in High School
Last year, Montana students in fourth, eighth and tenth grade were tested on their proficiency in science and now the results are out.
MT Phone Book ‘Fraud’ Hotline is Actually a Phone-Sex Hotline
Montana residents who try to report a scam to the state’s fraud hotline may be in for a big surprise if they find that hotline in their Dex CenturyLink phone book.
Fire That Hit Homes Near Lolo Peak Was Likely Part of Out-of-Control Burnout Operation
It appears that the blaze that destroyed two homes at the base of Lolo Peak was actually started by the firefighters themselves.
New Fishing Restrictions Hit Western Montana This Weekend
On Saturday, Western Montana will be hit with some extra fishing restrictions because of the warm weather. "What we are looking at is what are called 'hoot owl' fishing restrictions on just the upper Clark Fork River and Silver Bow Creek," said FWP Public Information Officer Vivaca Crowser explains...
Evacuations and Closures Triggered as Goat Creek Fire Expands East of Missoula
The Goat Creek Fire continues to expand east of Missoula and has grown to over 1,800 acres.
Attorney Describes Beating of Gay Man at Missoula Club, Says Client is Still ‘Laid-Up’ From Injuries
Attorneys for Reece Pierce say their client is still “laid-up” and unable to use his shoulder after being beaten on May 30th for being gay and are seeking damages from the Missoula Club for a hate crime assault at the hands of one of the club’s bouncers.
A Big Game Set in Big Sky Country – Will Far Cry 5 Increase Montana Tourism?
The Montana Department of Commerce is eager to get Montana in movies, but for the first time ever, the state will be the backdrop of the newest entry in a major video game franchise
The Missoula Independent Was Bought Out by Lee Enterprises
The Missoula Independent is no longer on its own.