After touring Southeastern Montana storm damage, Gianforte stopped by a substance abuse treatment facility in Hardin, Montana. That's where he delivered a check- his first quarterly salary as governor- to Dr. David Mark, the CEO of One Health.
It appears new information has come to light involving Tracy Stone-Manning's involvement with "tree spiking," and now President Biden's nominee to head up the Bureau of Land Management is refusing to answer questions from the Associated Press.
Our featured Wet Nose this week, brought to you by Shipton's Big R, is an 8-year old named Bindy. She's a Heeler - Catahoula mix, and is available for adoption at the Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter.
Tracy Stone Manning is a longtime environmental activist and Democrat party operative. Her controversial nomination is now facing serious ethics questions which could very likely sink her BLM nomination.