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.
Bodies of Two Montana Men Found on a Mountain in Glacier Park
The bodies of two Montana men in their late 60’s were located on Dusty Star Mountain in Glacier National Park Monday by aircraft from Minuteman Aviation in Missoula.
Yellowstone Official Says Flood Damage Stranded Thousands
Superintendent Cam Sholly said it's likely the road between Gardiner and Cooke City cannot be reopened for the rest of the season.
Commissioner Downing on Filing Claims for Flood Damage
Downing spoke to KGVO News as he was traveling in the affected communities about how vital it is to have flood insurance in an area that may be prone to such a disaster.
Montana has Nation’s Second Highest COVID Hospitalization Rate
The financial website Wallet Hub, as of this week, has placed Montana in the bottom 10 ranking of the safest states in the U.S. during the COVID pandemic, meaning 40 states are safer to live in Montana during the pandemic, and that Montana has the second highest rate of COVID hospitalizations.
Gianforte Invites Montanans to Come Home and Work Remotely
For the many Montanans who have left the state to seek their fortunes in other parts of the country, Governor Greg Gianforte has announced a new initiative to get Montanans to return home and work remotely.
UM’s ‘Intoxication Nation’ Project looks at Alcohol in Montana
University of Montana History Professor Kyle Volk had an idea for his students to do an in-depth study of alcohol called the ‘Wet Missoula’ project, in which students would produce oral histories of people involved in the alcohol industry.
Montana FWP Encourages Montanans to Welcome new Neighbors
COVID 19 has drawn thousands of new families to Montana over the course of the pandemic for the chance to enjoy the privilege of living in Big Sky Country.
Gianforte Announces Boost in Number of COVID 19 Vaccines
At a press conference in Helena on Wednesday, Governor Greg Gianforte provided an update on the progress the state is making against the COVID 19 pandemic.
Gianforte says April 1 is when All Montanans can be Vaccinated
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte announced an aggressive schedule to open up all in the state to be vaccinated for COVID 19 starting on April 1
Governor Elect Greg Gianforte Holds ZOOM Press Conference
Setting the stage for his relationship with various media sources throughout the state, Governor-elect Greg Gianforte held a ZOOM press conference on Monday to mainly address issues related to the COVID 19 pandemic, but also to answer other policy questions.
First Human Cases of West Nile Virus Reported in Montana
The Montana Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed the first both equine and human cases of West Nile virus discovered in the state.
Mountain Lion Encounter Draws Warnings and Advice from FWP
A mountain biker near Whitefish had a close encounter with a mountain lion and her cubs last week, and even though no one was hurt, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Education and Program Manager Dylan Tabish reminds hikers and mountain bikers to be aware of wildlife confrontations.