Grace Ditzler

KTVM Reporter

POSTED: 11:07 AM Jun 03 2013   UPDATED: 12:56 PM May 14 2014

Grace Ditzler is a reporter at KTVM in Bozeman. Grace was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. She loves the Northwest (even the rain!) but is excited and eager to be living in the Big Sky Country.

Grace is a proud graduate of Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. She double majored in  broadcast journalism and public relations, and was on the Division 1 women’s rowing team for three years. She is a big fan of Gonzaga basketball (Go Zags). While in college, Grace completed a news internship at KIRO 7 TV in Seattle. She also worked at KSPS TV (Spokane’s PBS station) during her senior year.

Outside of work, Grace loves the outdoors and staying active. She was a lifeguard for five years and an athlete for eight. She enjoys swimming, boating, biking, hiking, camping and pretty much any other outdoor activity thrown at her!  She is excited to explore the amazing outdoor opportunities in Montana.

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Tools for Schools program seeks school supply donations

Tools for Schools program seeks school supply donations

Back to school is right around the corner; that means families will be heading to local stores to buy school supplies.

Bozeman Police: Code Compliance Program proves successful

Bozeman Police: Code Compliance Program proves successful

The Bozeman Police Department gave a progress report at the City Commission meeting on a new job position they created last year -- an officer who only focuses on quality of life issues in Bozeman.

Bozeman Democrat hopes to run against Steve Daines

Bozeman Democrat hopes to run against Steve Daines

A Montana State University professor and State legislator says she wants the job after US Senator John Walsh dropped from the race for Montana's US Senate seat.

Gallatin Co. Sheriff's Office covering shifts in W. Yellowstone after Chief is fired

Gallatin deputies cover W. Yellowstone shifts after police chief fired

In the height of its busy tourist season, the town of West Yellowstone is left without a police chief since Chief Gordon Berger was fired.

Walsh rumored to withdraw from Senate race, chances of winning slim

Political expert: Plagiarism scandal doomed Walsh

Walsh resigning from the Senate race is making waves across the country.

Walsh rumored to withdraw from Senate race, chances of winning slim

Political experts: Walsh's chances of winning slim

Speculation is swirling around U.S. Senator John Walsh and the possibility he could be weighing stepping out of the race for Senate.

Bozeman School District finishes kitchen expansion

The Bozeman School District finished up its 13-month-long construction of its central kitchen, just in time for the school year.

West Yellowstone police chief fired

The West Yellowstone Town Council fired Police Chief Gordon Berger following the release of a report from a state investigation into Berger.

Butte shooting suspect allegedly hid in Gallatin Valley home, neighbor recounts incident

Butte shooting suspect allegedly hid in Gallatin Co. home

The Butte-Silver Bow Police Department is taking over a shooting investigation after the suspect surrendered in a quiet neighborhood near Bozeman on Friday night.

Governor's report highlights reasons for gender pay gap

Governor's report highlights reasons for gender pay gap

A new state audit shows the gender pay gap among Montana government employees is smaller than it is statewide.

City of Bozeman knew of tainted groundwater before approving subdivision

Bozeman knew of tainted groundwater before approving subdivision

We're digging deeper into why the City of Bozeman approved plans for a subdivision near the Story Mill Landfill, when they knew the landfill was leaking volatile gases.

City of Bozeman gives update on Story Mill Landfill remediation

Bozeman gives update on Story Mill Landfill remediation

A meeting heats up as residents in a Bozeman neighborhood demand answers from the city about toxic gases leaking into their homes.

Rep. Daines tight-lipped about Sen. Walsh plagiarism scandal

Rep. Daines tight-lipped about Sen. Walsh plagiarism scandal

Representative Steve Daines is staying tight-lipped about the plagiarism scandal that's rocked the campaign of his opponent, Senator John Walsh.

Fair-goers in Helena respond to carnival accident at Gallatin County Fair

Fair-goers in Helena respond to carnival accident at Gallatin County Fair

Just over a week after a broken carnival ride at the Gallatin County Fair sent a young girl to the hospital, the ride operator, North Star Amusements, has moved on to the next town for this week's fair in Helena.

'Missing in America Project' puts unclaimed Montana veterans to rest

Missing in America Project puts unclaimed Montana veterans to rest

The remains of seven veterans, some unclaimed for more than a decade, are on their way to their final resting place.