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$29 million Bond would replace current Law and Justice Center

In November, Gallatin County voters will decide on a $29 million bond that, if approved, would replace the current Law and Justice Center in Bozeman. Gallatin County Commissioner Zach Brown discussed... Full story

Federal oil and gas leasing program back in play in Montana

The federal government is moving forward with oil and gas leasing on 6,277 acres of Bureau of Land Management property in Montana following a judicial order directing the Department of the Interior...

Under Pressure, Montana Hospital Considers Adding Psych Beds Amid a Shortage

Gary Popiel had to drive more than 200 miles round trip to visit his adult daughters in separate behavioral health facilities as they received psychiatric and medical treatment.   It was 2000, and...

DEQ Releases Record of Decision for Mine Amendment at Golden Sunlight

On September 13, 2021, Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) issued a Record of Decision for Barrick’s Golden Sunlight Mine (GSM) proposed tailings reprocessing project. With this decision and the reclamation bond approval and (GSM)... Full story

FWP: Use bear-resistant garbage containers

During September, numerous Three Forks residents have reported bear activity within City limits as well as outside of town. A recent release from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminded residents...

Gov. Gianforte Solicits Applications, Nominations for Judgeships in 13th, 18th Judicial Districts

HELENA, Mont. – The chief justice of the Montana Supreme Court has notified Governor Greg Gianforte there is a vacancy in both the 13th Judicial District (Yellowstone County) and 18th Judicial District (Gallatin County). The governor is now...

City Council votes to Cancel Mayoral Election

The Three Forks City Council voted last week to approve a resolution to cancel the November contests for Mayor and an unexpired Council Seat. With the approval of the resolution, Randy Johnston will become the new Mayor in January with a term...

Stimulus infrastructure funds headed to water and sewer projects

An initial round of funding drawn from Montana’s share of the March federal coronavirus relief bill is heading toward 86 water and sewer projects around the state.  The awards, totalling nearly $127 million, were formally announced Thursday by...

WHIP grant application period opens

The annual application period is open for the Wildlife Habitat Improvement Program (WHIP), a grant funding program administered by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. The purpose of WHIP is to accomplish large-scale restoration of private and publicly...

Fish and Wildlife Commission approves changes to elk shoulder seasons

The Fish and Wildlife Commission approved changes to elk shoulder seasons in several hunting districts at its meeting on Aug. 20. All changes apply to this coming hunting season. However, no early shoulder seasons were added. Elk shoulder season...

Wolves take down Copperheads

After an Anaconda punt forced them deep in their own territory, the Three Forks High School football team quickly set the tone for the game on their opening possession last Friday. Sophomore Colten... Full story

Wolves XC shines at Missoula meet

For the second straight week, the Three Forks High School Cross Country team had a strong showing at a huge meet featuring many top teams from all classes in the Treasure State. Competing at the...

Three Forks wins Silver Bracket

The Three Forks High School Volleyball team finished last week in impressive style, finishing first in the Silver Bracket at the Southern B Coaches Volleyball Classes at Huntley Project High School.... Full story

Column: Magazine Drive Madness

I’m not going to lie whenever I describe how I felt about attending junior high. It was weird, socially exhausting, and crippled with challenges. While there were undoubtedly some shining moments, I was not too fond of it for the most part. It... Full story

The Prairie Doc: Prevention is the Best Treatment

What I remember most is the silence.  She was 19 years old, just starting her first semester of college. She had been transferred to our level 1 trauma center, intubated and in a medically induced coma. I was a third-year medical student, being...

Aunt Dofe's hosting Rabel's first Montana show

Later this week, Aunt Dofe's Gallery in Willow Creek is hosting Kathleen Rabel's first show in Montana. The opening is scheduled for Friday, September 24 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the gallery located...

Lasagna Love: Connecting Neighbors with Neighbors

A few months into the Covid-19 pandemic, Cindy Wilson of Bozeman read an article about a South Dakota resident delivering lasagnas to neighbors. Wilson said she had a hankering to volunteer somewhere...

United Methodist Church hosting rummage sale

The Three Forks United Methodist Church Fall Rummage Sale scheduled for next week is an annual event that truly brings out the best in the local community. The church located at 124 2nd Ave. E. also... Full story

Kenyon Noble Pumpkin Carving Contest October 16

Kenyon Noble’s 23rd Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest is just around the corner! The popular event is scheduled for Saturday, October 16 at Kenyon Noble locations in Belgrade, Bozeman, and Livingston. The free of charge contest will take place from...

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