Missoula County Residents to Elect First Ever ‘Pet Commissioner’

Does your pet have what it takes to be Missoula County’s first-ever ‘Pet Commissioner? Do you have a diplomatic dog or a charismatic cat, or even a politically correct parrot? Well, take their photo and submit it today, and they could become Missoula County’s first-ever ‘Pet Commissioner’. We spoke Monday to County Communications Director Allison … Read more

Arntzen Teams with AG Knudsen on ‘Domestic Terrorists’ Claim

Montana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen has joined forces with Attorney General Austin Knudsen in supporting Montana parents. Arntzen sent a letter protesting the National School Boards Association after they, along with US Attorney General Merrick Garland, referred to parents as ‘domestic terrorists’. “We all remember when the United States Attorney General was going … Read more

SOS Talks Cybersecurity, Deceptive Mailings, Election Integrity

Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen called KGVO News on Friday after cybersecurity threats had surfaced in Montana, in addition to addressing the integrity of local elections. Jacobsen started with a warning to businesses in the state about possible cyber attacks through email. “Basically, it’s what you do with your email, began Secretary Jacobsen. “So, … Read more

Daines Works with Warren to Stop Congressional Stock Trading

Montana Senator Steve Daines is as conservative as they come, but he does reach across the aisle when the issue is important, such as his effort to stop members of Congress from owning or trading stock. Daines called in to the KGVO Newsmakers Line on Wednesday to discuss a number of issues, including a bill … Read more