‘No means no’ gaffe generates controversy for Bobcat boosters

Something cringe-worthy happened this weekend, but I’m not precisely sure what it was. I do know that Dean Folkvord, owner of Wheat Montana, felt so badly about it that he posted a public apology on his company’s Facebook page. What I have managed to ascertain so far is that Folkvord and Larry Aasheim put together… Continue reading ‘No means no’ gaffe generates controversy for Bobcat boosters