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 By Jack H. Smith    News    October 16, 2019 

District wants fair share of TEDD taxes

With around 100 kids enrolled from Broadwater County, the Three Forks School District is hoping to get their fair shake of any new taxes from the proposed Wheatland Targeted Economic Development District. The board of trustees conducted a special...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    October 16, 2019 

Column: Peaches

It was just about nine years ago when I first spotted "Peaches" walking near my home in Washington. I had never been a cat person in my life, but I instantly felt for him as the little kitten followed his mother. I knew in a heartbeat that the life o...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    October 16, 2019 

Wolves hosting Trojans

Two Southern B rivals will be looking to get their first conference win of the season Friday when the Three Forks High School football team hosts Whitehall. Prior to the kickoff, the Wolves (0-6, 0-5 Southern B) will honor their senior players. Head...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    October 16, 2019 

Lady Wolves pickup 2 wins

The Three Forks High School volleyball team bounced back from a Tuesday loss with two impressive road victories. After dropping a 24-26, 12-25, 13-25 match against Manhattan Christian, the Lady...

 

Ambulance fundraiser October 19

A fundraiser next week will be a pivotal evening for the Three Forks Area Ambulance Service. The EMS BASH Fundraiser is scheduled to take place Saturday, October 19 at the Sacajawea Bar starting at 7...

 

COLUMN: Lonely Shopping

With the kids both in activities this fall there have not been many family trips to the grocery store. This is probably a good thing. For some strange reason they don't seem to like all the embarrassing things I will do to draw attention to us at...

 

Wolves shine at home meet

It was an amazing day of racing in front of a home crowd last Saturday for the Three Forks High School and Middle School cross country teams. According to head coach Tara Forsberg, the 2019...

 

Lady Wolves volleyball continue road stretch

or the second consecutive week the Three Forks High School volleyball team will be on the road with matches scheduled Thursday at Ennis and Saturday at Big Timber. In action last week, the Lady Wolves fell 20-25, 22-25, 26-24, 25-27 in a tough road...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    October 2, 2019

Chamber hosting Business After Hours event

Three Forks Chamber members will have the opportunity to learn more about Digital Marketing at Business After Hours event next week. The event is scheduled to take place Wednesday, October 9 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Headwaters Golf Course Club...

 

Column: Stinky Tiger

I was watching a football game the other day and witnessed a mascot going absolutely bananas on the sideline and it reminded me of my senior year of high school. For the two and a half years of school, I had often watched the "Tiger" at my high...

 

Lady Wolves defeat Whitehall

The Three Forks High School volleyball team bounced back from a conference road loss Thursday to Jefferson with an impressive Saturday homecoming win over Whitehall. The Lady Wolves started strong...

 

Three Forks hosting Headwaters Invitational

Local fans will get the opportunity to cheer on the Three Forks cross country team at this Saturday's Headwaters Invitational. The invite is scheduled to take place October 5 starting at 10 a.m. at...

 

District discusses portables

Continued growth and a lack of space for students and teachers has the Three Forks School District discussing the possibility of portable buildings for the 2020-21 school year. Three Forks Superintendent Jeff Elliott said the district has outgrown...

 

Column: Button Fly

I don't really get home to Wyoming to visit family and friends as much as I would like. It's not necessarily the seven-hour drive that is a burden, it is instead falling way too behind at work which is never fun. Earlier this month I had a good...

 

Lady Wolves finish strong at Huntley Project tournament

After a rough start to the day, the Three Forks High School volleyball team bounced back in impressive fashion at last Saturday's Huntley Project Tournament. The Lady Wolves ended their day with a second place in the silver bracket. Head coach Tracy...

 

Wolves hosting Big Timber Friday

After two tough Southern B Conference road battles, the Three Forks/Willow Creek High School football team will return home for a Friday night homecoming battle against Big Timber. In action last...

 

Column: Falling for Fall

Fall has arrived in Southwest Montana and I must say it is easily my favorite season the year. I love to leave the house for work on a crisp morning and see the temperature slowly rise to a comfortable high later in the day. To me there is just somet...

 

Wolves football faces Columbus Friday

For the second straight week, the Three Forks/Willow Creek High School football team will be on the road for a 5B Conference game when they travel to take on Columbus. Both teams will be looking to...

 

Lady Wolves take down Ennis

In their lone action of the week, the Three Forks Lady Wolves volleyball dug deep to pick up a five set over the visiting Ennis Lady Mustangs. After splitting the first four sets (25-23, 17-25, 28-26,...

 

Cross country team competes at Bozeman Invite, will next run Sept. 28 in Missoula

A late change in the schedule had the Three Forks High School and Junior High Cross Country teams traveling to compete at last Saturday's Bozeman Invite. The Wolves original meet in Pony was cancelled and instead they made the short trip to battle...

 

Multiple area fires last week

It was a busy day for area firefighters last Wednesday. According to Whitehall Volunteer Fire Chief Jeremy Ward, the department responded to three calls September 4, all in the Milligan Canyon area...

 

Child Care Connections event next week

With growth in Three Forks and the surrounding area, child care options are becoming limited. Child Care Connections, a nonprofit child care resource and referral agency is hosting an event Tuesday, September 17 to discuss the child care situation...

 

COLUMN: 3 day weekend blues

As long as I can remember, Labor Day has always been the symbolic end of the summer and an opportunity for people to get as much enjoyment as possible out of a three-day weekend. There is also a great deal of history behind the holiday and it also...

 

Wolves compete at Belgrade Invite

The Three Forks High School boys cross country team showed plenty of improvement at last week's Belgrade Invitational at the Gallatin County Regional Park. Head coach Tara Forsberg said the team...

 

Lady Wolves defeat rival Manhattan

It was a phenomenal start to the conference season for the Three Forks High School volleyball team. In their first home and 5B action of the season, the Lady Wolves picked up a 25-20, 17-25, 27-25...

 

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