Peter Christian’s multi-award winning news career began in 1999 on KGVO with the Morning News Express, which eventually became Montana Morning. He stepped down from Montana Morning in 2023, but still continues to co-host Talk Back with Nick Chrestenson. Peter has won 25 first-place ‘Craney’ awards from the Montana Broadcasters Association for his news coverage on KGVO from 2000 through 2023. He has also been the Public Address Announcer for the Montana Grizzlies at Washington Grizzly Stadium since 1998.
Montana Supreme Court Clears the Way for Black Butte Copper Mine
For those concerned about possible pollution of waters in the area, Schlepp said the company has helped to create a non-profit to provide oversight of the mine.
Missoula Incident Management Team Returns From Helping in Hawaii
In addition to helping out with the wildfire mitigation, Holloway said his team also assisted in responding to other incidents in Hawaii.
Officials Address the Issue of Urban Camping in Missoula
Urban camping has become a common theme throughout Missoula.
U.S. Attorney Wants ‘United Against Hate’ Meetings in Schools
The U.S. Attorney’s Office will be holding additional United Against Hate events in the coming months in communities across the state.
Missoula Homeless Shelters Receive Grants From Montana
The Montana Department of Commerce has issued grants totaling nearly $5 million.
Montana District Court Cases Highlight PPP Scam and Prostitution
The Montana U.S. Attorney’s Office has published several important stories about crimes in the state.
Where Montana Property Taxes Rank Nationwide
New Jersey has the highest rate and Hawaii has the lowest.
Missoula Officials Say Maclay Bridge Could Reopen Soon
They are estimating around $65,000 for the repairs and the funding will come from Senate Bill 536.
Missoula Firefighters Desperately Need More Funding
The pressing need for additional personnel and another city fire station remains.
MCPS Facing Budget Shortfalls and Probable Staffing Reductions
It’s been a perfect storm for Missoula County Public Schools recently.