A look at some of the projects I worked on as a
reporter before I became a news producer.
16-YEAR-OLD MONTANA SKIER MOVES TO NORWAY TO PURSUE HER PASSION
All eyes are on Rio as athletes from around the U.S. and the world compete in the summer Olympics. But while summer sports take center stage this month, a Montana girl and her entire family are moving to Norway to pursue her goals on the snowy slopes. (Aired on KULR-TV during the 2016 Rio Olympics)
UM HURLING TEAM PREPARING TO HOST 2015 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
The University of Montana's Hurling Team is preparing for the 2015 National Collegiate Hurling Championship that UM will host this spring. UM News reporter Allison Molin looked into what the team has to do and how the game could affect the community.
UM PROFESSOR WORKS WITH TASK FORCE TO FIND MYSTERY ODOR
A University of Montana professor is working with a task force to find an offensive odor that's tormented North and Westside Missoula residents for months. UM News reporter Allison Molin and photographer Cole Havens met with the task force to see how they plan to track down the source.
MISSOULA COLLEGE PROGRAM TEACHES NEXT GENERATION OF TRADESMEN
The construction industry is growing. And with it, the need for skilled workers. UM News reporter Allison Molin and photographer Ed Huberman looked into a Missoula College program that's teaching the next generation of tradesmen.
MONTANANS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EARLY VOTING PERIOD
Thousands of Montanans vote early during elections by mailing or dropping off absentee ballots. UM News reporter Allison Molin and photographer Cole Havens looked into the pros and cons of voting before election day.
UM CLASS GIVES DANCE STUDENTS TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Lecture classes alone aren’t enough to prepare some college students for what they’ll face after graduation. UM News reporter Allison Molin reports one class gives dance students real world teaching experience.
UM'S LEWIS AND CLARK VILLAGE APPEALING TO STUDENTS
The University of Montana's off-campus student housing is turning 10 years old this semester. UM News reporter Allison Molin looked into why so many students are choosing to move into these apartments.
UM STUDENTS CONTRIBUTE TO LOCAL MUSIC SCENE
The University of Montana is well known for attracting national bands to its campus. But UM students are doing their part to support local musicians. UM News reporter Allison Molin looked into how students are contributing to the local music scene.
CAR SHOW RAISES MONEY FOR CANCER PATIENTS
Local car enthusiasts geared up to help those with cancer today. Cars lined the yard at Project Meats for the Beauty and the Beef Car Show. This is the 5th year for this American Cancer Society fundraiser.
HURLING CLUB FUNDRAISES TO COMPETE IN CHAMPIONSHIP
Many University of Montana clubs travel across the country for events. But one UM club practicing an Irish sport is looking to gather money for a trip to compete on the national level.
ROAD TO RECOVERY
For many cancer patients, their lives revolve around their treatments. But some patients have to worry about more than just getting better. They have to worry about just getting to their appointments. Thankfully, the American Cancer Society has a program to help.
JULIA CAPRON: A STUDENT AND GYMNAST
This is a no narration piece on Julia Capron, a University of Montana student, a gymnast, and a gymnastics teacher. It is told completely through Julia's own words.