My career began as a DJ in 1973 in Helena and I moved over to Missoula in 1976. My news career began in 1999 when I took over what was then called ‘The Morning News Express’ and I’ve been hosting the ‘Montana Morning News Show’ every weekday since then. I also co-host Talk Back with Nick Chrestenson. I’ve been married to the love of my life Lorna for over 40 years, and I have two adult children, Luke and Jenna. Jenna and my son-in-law David just celebrated their first wedding anniversary. In addition to my on-air duties, I own Peter Christian Communications, producing radio spots for stations around the country. I love playing drums whenever I can, and I even carry a pair of drumsticks in my car, in case I run across a random drum set! I’ve been honored by the Montana Broadcaster’s Association with first place awards 24 times since 2000, and I love my work!
American Liberal and Democrat Running in Deep Red Ravalli County
John Schneeberger, a self-described ‘American Liberal and Democrat’ is running for Montana Senate District 43 in traditionally Republican Ravalli County.
UM Named Best in America for Community and National Service
The University of Montana has received a prestigious award from Washington Monthly as the top university in the U.S. for service to its community and the entire country.
Missoula Emergency Team Hosts Florida Governor on Airboat Tour
The Missoula County All-Hazards Incident Management Team provided an airboat tour to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to view the hurricane’s destruction close up and personal.
City of Missoula Explains Crisis Intervention Levy
Rikki Henderson, Housing Programs Manager for the City of Missoula to share information about the $5.5 million Crisis Intervention Levy that will appear on the November general election ballot.
KGVO Gets First Report of Missoula Emergency Workers in Florida
Holloway described the current conditions in the area that have been placed by Florida state officials.
Missoula Election Center Forced to Hire More Employees
The Montana Supreme Court’s decision to allow same-day voter registration has caused the Missoula Election Center to issue a call for more employees on Election Day.
Hurricane Ian Will Not Cause a Rise in Missoula Gas Prices
According to an oil industry expert, Hurricane Ian will not be the cause of higher oil and eventually gasoline prices across the U.S.
Flathead Reservation Students Headed to Kennedy Space Center
Middle school students from the Boys and Girls Club of the Flathead Reservation will be traveling courtesy of the University of Montana Spectrum Discovery Area.
Missoula Emergency Team Sent to Help with Hurricane Ian
Public Information Officer with the Missoula County All-Hazards Incident Management Team, Nick Holloway spoke to us as they were preparing to drive to Florida.
No Rate Increase for Missoula Electric Cooperative Members This Winter
Manager of Communications and Public Relations Kelsey Lodge provided some background information about the members-only energy cooperative.