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.

Please email Grace with any questions, comments or story ideas. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter.

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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.

Owners put historic Lehrkind Mansion up for sale

Owners put historic Lehrkind Mansion up for sale

The owners of Bozeman's historic Lehrkind Mansion are selling the property, and say the decision is bittersweet.

Students react to Sen. Walsh plagiarism accusations

Students react to Walsh plagiarism accusations

The United States Army War College tells NBC Montana it will fully investigate accusations of plagiarism against Senator John Walsh.

Road work on Mendenhall causes inconvenience for drivers and businesses

Road work on Mendenhall causes inconvenience for drivers, businesses

Road work and construction projects on the north side of downtown Bozeman are creating headaches for drivers and residents.

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Update: Pilot identified in central Montana plane crash

A single-engine airplane crashed near the Russian Flat airstrip in the Lewis and Clark National Forest, killing the pilot.

Fire officer gives tips to keep your home safe from wildfire

Fire officer gives tips to keep your home safe from wildfire

It's wildfire season. Is your home safe?

Bozeman non-profit to donate more to food bank than ever before

Bozeman non-profit to donate more to food bank than ever before

A Bozeman nonprofit whose mission is to grow food for the food bank says they are producing more food than ever.

Bozeman Police: Department 'bursting at seams,' in need of new facility

Bozeman Police: Department 'bursting at seams,' in need of new facility

The Bozeman City Commission could approve the design and cost estimate for the new Police and Municipal Courts building on Monday.

Asbestos clean up goes longer than expected, residents concerned

Asbestos cleanup goes longer than expected, residents concerned

Delays stall an asbestos cleanup project in downtown Bozeman, raising concerns with neighbors and businesses.

Highway Trust Fund depletes, gas tax could increase

Highway Trust Fund depletes, gas tax could increase

It's a mad scramble to keep federal money flowing for highways, bridges and other structures.

Bear cub finds new home at Montana Grizzly Encounter

In mid-June, the Montana Grizzly Encounter rescued a baby bear from Alaska. Her name is Bella and she is a six month old Brown Bear cub.

Pollen count high in southwest Montana

Pollen count high in southwest Montana

Tree and grass pollen is considered high according to Weather.com's "Pollencast."

Experts warn against spray-on sunscreens for children

Experts warn against spray-on sunscreens for children

With temperatures expected to reach the upper 80s and low 90s, and lots of sunshine in the forecast, it will be important make sure you use sunscreen, but a new report cautions against some forms of spray-on sunblock.