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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Bungee Ride Gallatin County Fair

Western MT Fair plans extra safety precautions in wake of Bozeman accident

A girl was hurt on the Power Tramp ride at the Gallatin County Fair over the weekend. The same carnival company -- North Star Amusements -- signed a three year contract last year with Missoula county commissioners.

Crews continue search efforts for missing kayaker

Crews continue search efforts for missing kayaker

The name of a missing kayaker has just been released, Robert W. McDonald from Polson. He went missing on Flathead Lake and a massive search effort has been put on hold until the morning.

Carlyle Group offers sale of Park Water Company

Missoula teams up with other cities in hopes of taking control of their water sources

A new twist on a story we've been tracking on Mountain Water Company.

First some history, Mountain Water operates Missoula’s only water system and is owned by The Carlyle Group, which is an international private equity firm.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Frenchtown

Police search for church vandalism suspects

A church was vandalized Saturday night in Frenchtown, so badly that officials didn't release the pictures. The sheriff's office explained that the images plastered on the church were very offensive and they didn't want them leaving the office.

Funding to fix structurally deficient bridges in jeopardy

Funding to fix structurally deficient bridges in jeopardy

Tuesday the U.S. House passed an almost $11 billion bill to keep the Federal Highway Trust Fund solvent.

City Council puts off Public Safety vote

Missoula City Council puts off Public Safety vote

We're following up tonight, on a new tax proposed for police and fire expenses in Missoula.

Missoula 'Piano Man' playing for the racers

Missoula's 'Piano Man' plays for thousands of marathoners

Record setting participation gave one Missoula man even more motivation to cheer on the Missoula half and full marathon runners.

The sun beaming down on Missoula

Montanans try to keep cool during heat wave

Montanans may not be used to severe hot weather, so today NBC Montana found out the keys to avoiding heat stroke are always staying hydrated and paying attention to your body.

Salvation Army thinks of better ways to conduct background checks

Salvation Army examines hiring process after manager allegedly steals car

A former employee of the Salvation Army is on the run and reportedly has a stolen vehicle.

Temperature on the rise in Missoula

Missoulians rush hardware stores during heat wave

Temperatures have been more than warm. People are trying to keep cool however they can, either with fans, air conditioning or swimming. One hardware store in Missoula and a heating and cooling company are seeing sales take off with the latest heat spike.

Huge crowd shows up to voice opinions at Polson City Council

Polson residents react to proposed sewer changes

Tonight, Polson residents voiced concerns about a proposed raise in sewer and water prices.

Train Derailmemt leaves three Boeing fuselages in Clark River

Courtesy of Montana Rail Link

Fuselage removal from Clark Fork River pushed back to Tuesday.

Cleanup crews were back at the scene of a train derailment early Sunday morning attempting to remove three Boeing Airplane fuselages from the Clark Fork River, but Lynda Frost says they don’t expect the fuselages to be pulled out now until Tuesday.

Section of Bitterroot River opening tomorrow

Closed section of Bitterroot River reopens Monday with new warning signs

Floaters will soon be able to access a section of the Bitterroot River that's been closed since April because of safety concerns.

Fire experts urge caution as danger increases to 'moderate'

Fire experts urge caution as danger increases to 'moderate'

The Missoula County Fire Protection Association upgraded the fire danger to "moderate" Thursday.

Frontier Airlines bring cheaper flights to Missoula

Frontier asks for revenue guarantee to stay during winter

Flying out of Missoula can be a hassle for travelers -- not the airport itself but the cost to fly.