This week the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier marked 100 years. Did you know that there is an incredible Montana connection with the very first Tomb of the Unknown Soldier ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery?
I liked Ted Cruz's response. So if the Biden Administration is looking to hand $450,000 to illegal aliens, and Hunter Biden's paintings "sell" for $500,000..."Perfect solution: give a Hunter Biden painting to every illegal immigrant. A Win-Win!"
Coming up on November 15th in Great Falls, folks will get a chance to see and hear the ship's bell, which is a submarine-sized replica of the original USS Montana bell that was aboard the ship commissioned back in 1908.
As luck would have it, I was able to catch up with him while he stopped in Jackson Hole, Wyoming- just before he ventured into Yellowstone National Park. Earlier that same week he climbed Devil's Tower- even though he has never rock climbed before.
Our very own US Navy submarine representing the state of Montana is still awaiting a commissioning date, but was officially launched earlier this month. Later this week the captain of the boat himself will join Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) for an update from the Montana state capitol.
He first played "Taps" at a veterans assembly when he was only in 7th grade. When the veterans in the room heard him play, they enlisted him for duty. Since that time, Sunburst, Montana's Wyatt Manthey has played Taps for over 30 different military funerals, and gained national recognition for his service by the American Legion Auxiliary.