Paige Sedgewick


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!

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New study shows formaldehyde in electronic cigarettes

New study finds formaldehyde in electronic cigarettes

A chemistry professor at Portland State University found that when using electronic cigarettes at the highest heat or setting, the vapor produced contains hidden formaldehyde at levels five to fifteen times higher than regular cigarettes.

Northeast Storm dying down in NYC

Northeast storm dying down in NYC

Raphael Miranda is a meteorologist from News 4 New York. He told NBC Montana that New York City is in the tail end of the storm but it does continue to snow lightly.

Flic Fest sees higher attendance this year

Polson FLIC festival sees increased attendance

This was the third year that Polson hosted the Flathead Lake International Cinemafest and the event is getting more popular.

Nightcap before bed causes disruptive sleeping patterns

Alcohol can cause disruptive sleep patterns

Research shows that drinking before going to sleep isn't good for getting a healthy night's rest.

Icy road conditions throughout Montana

Ice warnings reported throughout Montana

The main roads of Missoula are pretty clear but once you hit those side streets where people live there are a lot of slick patches of ice.


2014 marks worst year for measles in over a decade

Fifteen years after U.S. health officials declared that measles had be eliminated from this country, the virus is roaring back into the headlines.

Hellgate Elementary

State Senate expected to review Hellgate Elementary expansion

Monday afternoon the state senate will review Hellgate Elementary's plan to expand their district from kindergarten through eighth grade to kindergarten through 12th grade. The session in Helena is a big deal for both Hellgate Elementary and Missoula County Public Schools.

Foreclosure rates at the lowest since 2006

U.S. reports lowest foreclosure filings since 2006

Foreclosures were down in the United States for 2014, and they were down here in Montana too.

Doritos Ad

UM grads' commercial is finalist for Super Bowl competition

Alex Pollini and Sean Clark told NBC Montana they couldn't be more shocked and excited that their ad has made it as a finalist. Both men went to the University of Montana and Clark is a native of Kalispell.

College Goal Montana raises awareness about FAFSA

College Goal Montana raises financial aid awareness

With the cost of college education continuing to rise, a statewide program in Montana is helping families get money for school.

Proposal for free tuition for community college students

President proposes free tuition for community college students

Last week President Obama made an announcement about America’s College Promise Proposal which will make two years of community college free for students.

New changes for 2014 tax returns

Accountants give tips for 2014 tax returns

It's that time of year again when people start getting everything ready to file their taxes.

One million people expected to lose food stamp benefits

1 million people expected to lose food stamp benefits

The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a think tank, believes that, starting this fall, 1 million people in the U.S. will lose their food stamps as the economy improves.

Flu epidemic hits hard around the world

Flu season hitting hard across country

As of last week, 36 states, including Montana, were reporting widespread flu activity. This week, it's up to 43 states.

Icy conditions cause an increase in slip and fall accidents

Emergency rooms see more slip and fall injuries due to weather

St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula reports an increase in the number of patients coming in injured after slipping and falling on ice.