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A familiar face to Montana, you'll be able to wake up with Justine every day on Montana this Morning.

A native New Englander, Justine first came to Big Sky Country in 2004 after graduating with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from Lyndon State College in Vermont. She spent just over two years working as a reporter and anchor at KTVH in Helena.

Being an outdoorsy gal and an animal lover, Justine instantly fell in love with Montana. So, she decided her next job would be here at KPAX where she spent another two years anchoring and reporting. During that time she lived in the Bitterroot Valley.

In 2007, Justine was offered a job at another CBS affiliate back in Massachusetts where she spent 4 years. While it was hard to leave, she knew she would be back.  And well… now she is and couldn't be happier! 

In 2015, she married her husband Derk and in March of 2017, they welcomed their new baby boy... Brett.

When she's not bringing you the morning news, Justine can be found spending time with her family under the big sky or hitting the rodeo rode for some barrel racing.

You can follow Justine on Facebook and Twitter or email or at justine@kpax.com

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