The state does have a presence at this years Summer Games, with 3 Montanans making their way to Tokyo. Ali Weisz (Belgrade), Nicole Heavirland (Whitefish), and Nick Mowrer (Butte) are representing the Treasure State, with Mowrer returning after participating in the 2012 games.
"I think Montanans know that our country's in peril...it's gonna be a lot of effort to get DC back on track. And, look, I have a track record of getting things done. I don't like the swamp, but I love my country- and the Montana voice needs to be heard."
Techmanski's entirely American-made product line switched gears during the COVID-19 shutdowns to make hospital gowns. They're now continuing to provide much-needed gear for our health care workers, but in addition they've also now fully launched their outdoor gear. They even have a storefront in downtown Whitefish where you can check out their products first-hand.
What did we say earlier this week? Whether you agree with the mask order or not, whether you wear a mask or not- just don't be a jerk. And while Montana's law enforcement community has spoken out loud and clear that you won't be arrested or cited for violating the governors face mask directive- you CAN be charged for being a jerk.