This vote is symbolic of the broader voter sentiment as we head into the 2020 elections this October and November. This vote is yet another sign that Montanans and Americans are sick and tired of the violent rioting, looting, and despicable attacks on law enforcement.
All you can see that was left of the home was the fireplace, the foundation, and a flag pole with a burned, tattered flag still waving in the wind. In the next photo, a brand new American flag delivered by Gallatin County Sheriff's deputies
Evacuation orders for *some* residents impacted by the Bridger Foothills Fire near Bozeman have now been lifted, according to an announcement shared by the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office (GCSO) on Monday night.
And that's when the phone calls started rolling in- not just from Bozeman, but from elsewhere across the state. The reports we received said there were too many folks in attendance to protest a proposal making masks mandatory that the city-county health board instead shut the meeting down.