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Bookstore Opens in Three Forks

It was an amazing Monday in Three Forks with the official arrival of a new bookstore. Book Therapy and Moore opened for business on September 21 and is located at 120 (B) South Main Street. The store... Full story

 

Farmers to Families Assists Area Residents

From May 1 to September 16, the Headwaters Area Food Bank has been able to help 822 families in Gallatin, Madison, and Jefferson Counties through the Farmers to Families program. According to Kim... Full story

 

Wolves headed to Big Timber

The Three Forks High School football team will return to the road this week with a Friday matchup against Big Timber. Both teams will be looking to move to 2-2 on the season in the game scheduled to... Full story

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    September 23, 2020 

District Hears Positive Feedback About Distance Learning Program

The feedback on the new Acellus distance learning program in the Three Forks School District has been positive. At last week's School Board meeting, Assistant Principal Jake Lynch told the trustees... Full story

 

City approves MOU with Headwaters Economics

The Three Forks City Council approved last week a Memorandum of Understanding with Headwaters Economics to assist the City with flood mitigation solutions. Based out of Bozeman and Helena, Headwaters Economics is an independent, nonprofit research gr... Full story

 

City of Three Forks 112th birthday Thursday

This Thursday will be a significant date as the City of Thursday celebrates its 112th birthday. According to former Mayor and current Council member Gene Townsend, the date of September 17, 1908, is looked at as the official date the town was... Full story

 

Three Forks shines at home meet

Three Forks High School cross country head coach Tara Forsberg was plenty pleased with the way her team competed at last Saturday's Headwaters Invitational. "Our athletes came to run. We had many PRs... Full story

 

Wolves take positives from Manhattan game, host Columbus Friday

The Three Forks High School football team will be looking to pick up their first conference win of the season Friday when they host Columbus. In action last week, the Wolves fell to 1-1 on the season... Full story

 

Three Forks loses five set rivalry battle

It was just what you would expect from a rivalry matchup between the Three Forks and Manhattan High School volleyball teams. The two squads battled to five sets last Thursday in Three Forks, with the Lady Wolves falling just short in the 11-25,... Full story

 

Steam Engine arrives in Three Forks

An eight-year project came to fruition last week as the "Trident Steam Engine" was delivered to its new home on the tracks on the east side of the Railroad and Trident Heritage Center in Three Forks.... Full story

 

Strong start to season for Three Forks Cross Country

The Three Forks High School cross country team started strong at their season opening meet last Saturday in Manhattan. Head Coach Tara Forsberg said the team did an excellent job and they had some great times, especially from the boys' team. Leading... Full story

 

Welter sees positives in conference opening setback against Jefferson

While the Three Forks High School volleyball team may have lost their only match last week 25-10, 25-11, 25-14 on the road at Jefferson, Head Coach Tracy Welter saw plenty of positives from the first... Full story

 

Limited attendance for start of fall sports season

There will a limited number of fans this fall at Three Forks High School sporting events. According to Athletic Director Terry Hauser, the school policy only allows two spectators for each home...

 

GCSO looking into "Zoombombing"

The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office is investigating "Zoombombing" that took place during the August 25 meeting of the Three Forks City Council. According to City Officials, their Zoom portion of the meeting was hacked with foul language and...

 

Three Forks wins season opener against Harrison

The Three Forks High School volleyball team picked up their first win of the season last Friday with an impressive 25-18, 25-19, 25-12 home win over Harrison. Head Coach Tracy Welter said it is always awesome to get the first win of the season. "All...

 

Changes well received at Library

There has been plenty of positive feedback about recent changes at the Three Forks Community Library. The work includes numerous changes to the youth and juvenile sections, as well as other updates...

 

Season starts Aug. 28 for Wolves volleyball

The members of the Three Forks High School volleyball team did not disappoint during the offseason. According to head coach Tracy Welter, they had an awesome turnout during the summer for open gyms, averaging around 30 high school and middle school s...

 

Wolves open season Saturday in Boulder

With the season starting this week, Three Forks High School Cross Country Head Coach Tara Forsberg is pleased with the turnout for the 2020 squad. According to Forsberg, when the team opens the season Saturday morning at the Jefferson Invite in...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    August 19, 2020

Bullock issues school mask directive

Students in both public and private schools will be required to wear masks for at least the start of the upcoming school year. Montana Governor Steve Bullock issued a Directive last Wednesday that is...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    August 19, 2020

Council approves employee raise

hree Forks City employees and Council Members will be getting a raise in the 2020-21 fiscal year budget. The Three Forks City Council voted last week to give both full time and part-time city employees a 3.5 percent raise. According to Council...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    August 12, 2020

District announces reopening guidelines

Three Forks students will be returning to school on August 26. The School Board of Trustees voted Monday to approve the recommendations from the administration to come back five days a week with an...

 

Caruana helps to replace vandalized sign

Three Forks resident Julia Caruana was returning home after to a trip to Pipestone when she saw the vandalization to the joint campaign sign for U.S. President Donald Trump and Montana Senate...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    August 5, 2020

2020 Three Forks NRA Rodeo Canceled

The 2020 Three Forks NRA Rodeo has been canceled. The Three Forks City Council voted unanimously last week to cancel the event that had been rescheduled from its original date in July to August 28 and...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    August 5, 2020

School district to announce reopening plan August 5

Three Forks Superintendent announced last week the district would release Wednesday, August 5 their reopening plan for the 2020-21 school year. In a YouTube video released by the district, Elliott said they would be meeting with teachers and staff...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    August 5, 2020

State Bound: Outlaws finish second at district tourney

With a second-place finish at last week's Southern A District Tournament in Three Forks, the Gallatin Valley Outlaws are headed to the State Tournament this week in Lewistown. The Outlaws will open...

 

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