You gotta love Montana...we're gonna figure out some way to get together. We're also gonna figure out anyway to support our small businesses in the middle of these coronavirus shutdowns. And let's be honest- when it comes to the movie theaters...we all just really miss that dripping with butter movie popcorn even more than the movies themselves, right?
The Knodel brothers, Sam and Jeff, first started bottling their sweet BBQ sauce in 2014, but Sam tells us it has likely been in use since the early 1960's at Eugene's. Now, the Knodel brothers a launching a whole new line of their "Sam & Jeff" Montana BBQ sauce.
It's been a rough year for farmers in Montana with a late Spring freeze during planting, and an early Fall snowstorm- not to mention the low commodity prices. That's why I can imagine the shock when someone asked Glasgow farmer Don Fast how his year's been going:
Since I get to be in Glasgow for Veterans Day, that means I also have the great honor of hosting our statewide radio talk show from my home VFW Post earlier that same morning! As an Iraq, Afghan veteran I am also a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. While my home is in Billings, my home VFW Post is in Glasgow (the Fort Peck Post).
From homemakers to CEOs, women across the state are already gathering for the networking and collaboration event. We got a preview of the event with Glasgow's Sarah Swanson and Helena's Jen Hensley, who both come from different sides of the political aisle. They said the event is a great way for women to get connected and collaborate without a political agenda.
If smaller towns like Miles City and Glasgow, Montana can field strong girls hockey programs- why can't the city of Billings? Good question. Luckily for you there's a free girls hockey event coming up.