Paige Sedgewick

Reporter

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

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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Construction on Third Street continues despite hiccup

Construction on 3rd St. continues without delay despite setback

Construction stretches from the intersection Russell and Third to east of Curtis Street.

Missoula County School Board approves 2014-2015 budget

Missoula Co. school board approves this year's budget

The Missoula County school board met Tuesday evening to approve this year's budget. 

Discussion of UM parking district expansion pushed back

We're tracking the push for a parking district expansion. The neighborhood in the 300-block of Daly Street petitioned to be added to the UM parking district.

City Council approves financing of new ladder truck

Missoula council approves financing new ladder truck for fire dept.

Monday evening, Fire Chief Jason Diehl asked the Missoula City Council for almost $1 million to buy a new ladder truck because the boom structure on an old truck had too much wear and it wasn't safe to operate.

Some residents want parking district expansion near UM

Some residents who live near the University of Montana want the University's parking district expanded.

Emergency responders honored for saving cardiac arrest victim

Emergency responders honored for saving cardiac arrest victim

People in Superior honored a group of emergency responders for saving a woman's life in early June.

Dave Bryzcki competin in an Iron Man competition

Stevensville community pulls together to support bear attack victim

On June 1 Dave Bryzcki was attacked by a grizzly bear. It happened in the Centennial Range in southwest Montana.

Suicide awareness

Experts remind that resources are available for depression

Montana has ranked in the top five for suicide rates in the nation for the last 30 years and suicide has ranked as the 7th or 8th leading cause of death for Montanans for more than two decades.

Missoula Symphony celebrates 10th anniversary with thousands in Caras Park

An event originally started to recognize the 50th anniversary of the Missoula Symphony, celebrated it's own 10 year anniversary tonight at Caras Park.

Repeated food violations lead three vendors to close Friday night

Health officials plan changes after fair vendors shutdown

Missoula City Health Department said the three vendors shut down last night at the fair in Missoula will have to prove they can provide safe food to the public before they're allowed back next year.

Friends set up donation site for accident victims

Friends set up donation site for accident victims

A family injured in a car accident Monday morning still remains in the Intensive Care Unit at St. Patrick Hospital.

Vendors slammed with customers at Paul McCartney concert

Vendors slammed with customers at Paul McCartney concert

More than 25,000 people attended Paul McCartney's concert in Missoula, and many people stopped to get food.

Senator John Walsh 7-11-14 (1)

Missoulians speak out about Senator John Walsh

In Montana a plagiarism scandal that's rocked the reelection campaign of Senator John Walsh now has people calling for him to pull out of the race.

Crews respond to multiple wildfires in Lolo National Forest

The Plains-Thompson Falls and Superior Ranger Districts yesterday responded to 18 new lightning-started fires and two human-caused fires.

Lava Lake Fire

Wildfire prompts officials to close Lava Lake Trail

The lightning caused Lava Lake Fire is burning about one mile north of Lava Lake in the Gallatin Canyon between Bozeman and Big Sky, Montana.