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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Senate candidate Amanda Curtis outlines jobs plan

Senate candidate Amanda Curtis outlines jobs plan

Democratic Senate candidate Amanda Curtis held an event in Bozeman on Friday to outline her job plan.

Solar storm could affect technologies

Solar storm could affect technology

It's 93 million miles away, but storms on the surface of the sun could disrupt communications here on Earth.

Big Sky Resort excited about early season snowfall

Big Sky Resort excited about early season snowfall

While some Montanans who woke up to snow Thursday morning weren't excited to see it in September, the people at Big Sky Resort say they are thrilled, because it is a sign of what they hope will be another record-breaking season.

City of Bozeman seeks public support for new Law and Justice center

Bozeman seeks public support for new Law & Justice Center

Bozeman City Officials say as of this week, they officially own the land for the new Law and Justice Center. Now, the city hopes to get public support on the $23.8 million facility.

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Briggs' defense attorney discusses case challenges ahead of trial

Defense Attorney Chuck Watson is representing Kevin Briggs, an attempted rape suspect who allegedly fled from the Gallatin County Law and Justice Center in February.

Changes to Yellowstone Park snowmobile use impacts West Yellowstone businesses

Changes to Yellowstone snowmobile use impact W. Yellowstone businesses

This winter, Yellowstone National Park is allowing noncommercially-guided snowmobile tours for the first time.

Big Sky School District trustees vote to fire coach accused of rape

Big Sky School District trustees vote to fire coach accused of rape

The Big Sky School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to fire Cyle Kokot, the coach and former paraeducator accused of raping two Lone Peak High School students.

Big Sky residents react to coach rape charges

Residents say they're shocked to find out about a Montana coach and former paraeducator accused of raping two female students in Big Sky.

Lone Peak High School coach charged with raping students

A Lone Peak High School coach and former paraeducator faces two sexual intercourse without consent charges for allegedly raping two teen girls.

Bozeman sued over non-discrimination ordinance

Bozeman sued over nondiscrimination ordinance

A group of Bozeman residents is suing the City of Bozeman over the recently passed nondiscrimination ordinance, saying the city over stepped its legal boundaries.

West Yellowstone considers consolidating Police Department

West Yellowstone considers consolidating police department

The West Yellowstone Town Council met on Tuesday evening to look at the possibility of getting rid of the West Yellowstone Police Department.

MSU students return to campus, police respond to more calls

MSU students return to campus, police respond to more calls

Montana State University fall classes get into full swing, and freshmen attend Convocation, where Shiza Shahid, CEO and co-founder of education rights group the Malala Fund delivered the address.

Bozeman ranked in top 25 best ski towns in world

Bozeman ranked in top 25 best ski towns in world

Big news for Bozeman, and it's in National Geographic.

Rep. Daines tours Gallatin Gateway business

Daines tours Gallatin Gateway business

Rep. Steve Daines toured Montana Reclaimed Lumber in Gallatin Gateway, south of Bozeman.

Bozeman man admits he helped Kevin Briggs escape

Bozeman man admits he helped Kevin Briggs escape

One of the Bozeman men charged with helping an attempted rape suspect admits he helped Kevin Briggs, after Briggs escaped from the Law and Justice Center earlier this year.