I've been to the Little Bighorn Battlefield a few times, starting when I was just a kid, but I had never been to the reenactment ceremony. So I finally made it on Friday, and I have to say it is something that you have got to see one of these years.
Those who fought for our freedoms have something special waiting for them, and just in time for the Independence Day celebrations. The Veterans Meat Locker is doing a meat giveaway in the Billings Heights on Saturday, July 3rd.
You likely heard the news that Microsoft founder Bill Gates is looking to invest in a nuclear power plant in Wyoming, and that they're hoping to use a retiring coal plant for the project. Could something similar be done in Colstrip, Montana?
On Saturday night, over 7,100 fans packed into the Metra in Billings, Montana for the Toby Keith concert. I ran into Bill Dutcher and Ray Massie with the MetraPark and they told me that Billings even delivered a bigger audience than Bismarck, North Dakota the night before.
Why is Flint Rasmussen so sure that the bull riders will stand up for the national anthem? Because rodeo represents the greatness of America, the real West that thankfully still exists, and these riders love America.
First, let's talk about some of the best news out there- the World Famous Miles City Buckin' Horse Sale is a GO this year. We got that important reminder as we were chatting with our friends from the Montana Pro Rodeo Hall & Wall of Fame.
We got to hear Jessica Allestad play...and as it turns out- she is about to head to Nashville. She is a very impressive and talented young artist. After hearing her play, we thought- man, we better get her on the radio here in Montana before she takes off for Nashville.
We're just getting started. That was the message from Henry Kriegel who is based in Bozeman with Americans for Prosperity- Montana. Kriegel helped promote the "Don't Bust the Filibuster" rally in Billings on Tuesday night