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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Paige's Latest Stories

Montana could be nearing legalization of same-sex marriage

Today we talked with one local woman who lost her partner and told us after that she lost everything.

School budget cuts leave kids without textbooks

School budget cuts leave kids without textbooks

Budget concerns mean some local students are going without textbooks. Now, some parents are concerned that basic school material isn't available for their children.

Bullock talks about his new proposal for early child education

Bullock talks about his new proposal for early child education

This past week Bullock has been visiting schools throughout the state to promote his early childhood education proposal.

Nine immigrants celebrate becoming U.S. citizens

Nine immigrants celebrate becoming U.S. citizens

Thursday afternoon, nine people became United States citizens at Missoula’s Russell Smith Courthouse.

Missoula College educates nursing students on Ebola

Missoula College educates nursing students on Ebola

Some western Montana nursing students are going to be more educated on Ebola.

New machine cuts radiation time for breast cancer patients

New machine cuts radiation time for breast cancer patients

A new breast cancer device will cut the radiation treatment time for breast cancer patients.

Man faces possible charges for apartment explosion

Man faces possible charges for apartment explosion

A Missoula man is in custody after an explosion at an apartment that left him, a woman and a baby with first and second-degree burns.

New owners of Grizzly Grocery prepare for 50th anniversary

New owners of Grizzly Grocery prepare for 50th anniversary

The Grizzly Grocery Store in Missoula is getting ready to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

Missoula gymnast gives it her all at elite camp

Kaetlyn Tenesch, 8, is currently at the Bela Karolyi Ranch in Houston, preparing to take a skills test. It's called a Talent Opportunity Program, and it helps select gymnasts for the elite circuit.

GLACIER NATIONAL PARK

Glacier National Park breaks attendance record

Glacier National Park has broken its record for most visitors in a single year.

Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport plans to add more non-stop flights

Bozeman airport having record year

Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport continues to see its passenger numbers grow and officials are making plans to keep up.

Missoula schools adopt national hands-on learning program

Missoula schools adopt national hands-on learning program

A national program, Project Lead the Way, or PLTW, is a big component of new hands-on classes implemented at Missoula schools.

Schools set plan to prevent virus outbreaks

Schools set plan to prevent virus outbreaks

Montana's State Health Department just reported the state's first influenza case, which is in Cascade County.

Head Start sewer problem fixed, classes resume Monday

Head Start sewer problem fixed, classes resume Monday

The sewer pipe problem at Head Start is fixed but school is still out the rest of the week.

Cell phone outage affects Potomac residents

Cell phone outage affects Potomac residents

AT&T customers in Potomac lost cell service last Wednesday. They received roaming service via a Cellular One tower in the area, but that company went out of business and Sprint took over.