Paige Sedgewick

Reporter

POSTED: 8:31 PM Dec 16 2013   UPDATED: 2:15 PM May 14 2014

Contact Info

Paige Sedgewick is a reporter at KCFW in Kalispell for NBC Montana. Paige comes to Montana from Davison, Michigan.

Paige received her Master’s in Broadcast Journalism from S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. While at the Newhouse School, she interned with WWNY-TV in Watertown, New York.

In the summer of 2013, Paige was the Washington, D.C., Reporter for KQ2 in St. Joseph, Missouri. She got to interview Senators and Congressmen and tackle hard-hitting political stories.

Before receiving her Master’s, Paige graduated Cum Laude from Olivet College in Olivet, Michigan. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communications. While at Olivet College, Paige was on the tennis team and was very involved with her Sorority, Soronian or Iota Kappa Omicron.

When Paige isn’t in the newsroom working on stories, you can find her at the gym working out, snowboarding on the slopes or hanging out with friends and family. Paige is excited to start her Reporting Career here in Montana and is excited to explore the state!

If you have any questions, concerns, comments or story ideas please contact Paige at psedgewick@kcfw.com, find her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.

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Paige's Latest Stories

 Missoula ranks No. 1 among fitness-friendly cities

Missoula ranks No. 1 among fitness-friendly cities

A survey from financial technology company SmartAsset just released the top fitness-friendly cities in the country. After ranking fourth last year, Missoula is the top of its list for 2016.

 New education law leaves more decisions to states

New education law leaves more decisions to states

President Barack Obama signed the Every Student Succeeds Act into law Thursday. It's a new education bill and it's being touted as an improvement to No Child Left Behind.

Attorney says Hellgate data leak could be costly

Attorney says Hellgate data leak could be costly

A parent who spoke with NBC Montana Wednesday says a few families are speaking with lawyers due to a recent data breach at Hellgate High School.

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MCPS holds press conference for data breach

Missoula County Public Schools held a news conference to answer questions about a data breach that happened last Friday. The conference lasted roughly seven minutes.   

Confidential student information leaked in Hellgate High email

In an email sent Friday to parents at a football meeting, Hellgate High School unintentionally leaked over 100 students' confidential information.

New developments underway on Missoula's south side

New developments underway on Missoula's south side

A lot of activity and development is popping up on the south side of Missoula.

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Security companies see increase in business to ensure safety

Wednesday’s shooting in San Bernardino, California, happened at a holiday party, an event where most people wouldn't consider hiring security workers.

Missoula health dept., schools work together to get students vaccinated

Missoula health dept., schools work together to get students vaccinated

An extended deadline for students to get updated vaccinations in Missoula County was Tuesday, but still not every student is vaccinated.

Missoula crews work on icy roads

Missoula crews work on icy roads

Cold conditions are expected to stick around through most of the week, which means ice on Missoula roads won't be melting. City crews are out cleaning and prepping the roads to make them more safe for drivers.

Missoula grocery store donates food bags for holidays

Missoula grocery store donates food bags for holidays

A local grocery store is offering shoppers a convenient opportunity to donate to the Missoula Food Bank for the holidays.

 Students learn to swim through free swimming program

Students learn to swim through free swimming program

Thursday is the kickoff for the 'Step into Swim' program. It's aimed at helping low income children learn how to swim.

Teachers notice difference with school snack program

Teachers notice difference with school snack program

School administrators worried some of their students didn't get enough to eat when they weren't at school. So the food bank took a study over the 2014-2015 school year.

Neighbors prepare for windstorm

Neighbors prepare for windstorm

Cletta Pickens remembers when the storm hit in August and left her without power for close to a week. She tells me her biggest concerns for this storm.

EPA starts investigation on Smurfit Stone

EPA starts investigation on Smurfit Stone

The Environmental Protection Agency started collecting samples at an old paper mill site west of Missoula. The plant's 11 miles from Missoula in Frenchtown.

Seeley Lake Elementary opens outdoor co-op store

Seeley Lake Elementary opens outdoor co-op store

Saturday is the opening day of the new Seeley Lake Elementary School outdoor co-op. The store is called SLE Outside. The co-op is a student-run store that sells outdoor apparel and equipment.