Hey everyone! I am Nick Chrestenson and I grew up in San Jose, California. I moved to Missoula, Montana when I was 18 so I could attend the University of Montana. I ended up graduating with a broadcasting degree from the UM School of Journalism and now I spend most of my free time golfing with friends and family. Nothing beats the summer weather in Missoula and I try to soak up as much of it as I can. I am still adjusting to the cold winters, but I find solace in binge watching TV shows on Netflix. I also spend a lot of time watching and talking about sports with anyone who is willing to participate.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Strongly Supports Delisting, State Management of Wolves
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation strongly supports the decision by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to remove gray wolves from the list of endangered and threatened species.
Secretary of State Says Montana Has Had 21,000 Undeliverable Ballots
As of Tuesday morning, 60% of Montana’s absentee ballots have already been returned.
Gianforte Would Rely on Personal Responsibility Rather Than Mandates
On Monday, Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte appeared on KGVO’s Montana Morning Show to discuss the upcoming election.
Daines Shares His Concerns About Potential Democratic Control in Washington
On Monday, U.S. Senator Steve Daines appeared on KGVO's Montana Morning Show and he discussed a variety of different topics.
Superintendent Arntzen Announces 2021 Legislative Priorities
Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen announced the Office of Public Instruction’s policy priorities for the upcoming 2021 Legislative Session.
Drugs and Violence Continue to Dominate Missoula’s Weekly Crime Numbers
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office filed 16 new felony criminal complaints last week.
Gianforte Believes Montana has “Serious Problems”, Says People Deserve Better
Congressman Greg Gianforte stopped by KGVO’s studio early Wednesday morning and he shared his thoughts about how the debate unfolded.
President Trump and First Lady Test Positive for COVID-19
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus, the president tweeted early Friday.
Montana Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Gold Mining Near Yellowstone
Lucky Minerals Inc.’s is appealing the rejection of its permit to conduct exploratory mining outside Yellowstone National Park.
Montana Motor Vehicle Division Signs Reciprocity Agreement with Taiwan
The Montana Department of Justice's Motor Vehicle Division has signed a driver’s license reciprocity agreement with Taiwan that will take effect on October 10, 2020.