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TFHS Speech wins Divisional Title, Drama third

It was quite the weekend for the Three Forks High School Speech and Drama team. After a successful regular season, Three Forks continued the momentum into the postseason, finishing first in Speech and second in drama at last week’s Divisional... Full story

 
 By Amanda Eggert    News    January 26, 2022

A road runs through it

Road ecologists say wildlife crossings are one of the best ways to reduce wildlife-vehicles collisions and mitigate one of the most significant human impacts on ecosystems. This three-part series... Full story

 

Three Forks School Board Opens Discussion of Possible New Mill Levy

The Three Forks School Board opened discussion of passing an eventual General Operation Levy at their Jan. 18 meeting. Talk about a new Mill Levy was brought up during Lisa Morgan’s, the District Clerk/Business Manager, report to the school board....

 

Baseball signups start Feb. 2

Three Forks Baseball Signups will start February 2 at Stageline Pizza in Three Forks from 6 to 8 p.m. The last sign up will be February 20th at the Little Wolves Tournament from 2-5pm. Your child must be 5 on or before May 1, 2022, in order to sign...

 

Three Forks High School ACT scores on the rise

Even after a pandemic halted traditional learning throughout the state, the Three Forks school district saw an increase in average ACT scores. Superintendent Rhonda Uthlaut credits these improvements to the district's dedicated teachers. "Very...

 

The Prairie Doc: Humanity in Medicine

What does it mean to practice humanity in medicine? The phrase is used as a tagline and in book titles. Humanity and compassion in medicine is touted as something to aspire to, a noble accomplishment. But in reality, the biomedical model of health,...

 

Daines Op-Ed: Democrats' Federal Election Takeover Bill Undermines What Montanans Want

If there’s one thing Montanans are about, it’s common sense. We work hard, play by the rules and don’t like when Washington elites impose laws that go against what works for Montana. That’s why I fought against President Biden and the...

 

Boyer Launches Campaign for Gallatin County Commission

Jennifer Boyer announced her campaign for Gallatin County Commission last week. Jennifer is a mom, a facilitator, a wife, a farmer and a volunteer and lives with her family on their farm east of...

 

MSU Extension releases new MontGuide on testamentary trusts

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Montana State University Extension has released a new MontGuide fact sheet discussing testamentary trusts. According to Marsha Goetting, MSU Extension family economics specialist, a person can create a testamentary...

 

Guns or marijuana, but not both

While marijuana became legal for adults to purchase in Montana on New Year's Day, a key federal agency has confirmed a fact underreported in coverage of the state's new marijuana program: It remains i...

 

Letter to the Editor: American Prairie Does More Than Pay Taxes

Those claiming to be property rights advocates are once again saying charitable organizations should not be allowed to own land. The recent purchase of the historic 73 ranch in Central Montana by American Prairie has sparked a new surge of...

 

Aunt Dofe's postpones start of 2022 season

Aunt Dofe’s Gallery in Willow Creek has postponed the start of their 2022 season. The The Rollin Beamish and Jim Zimpel ‘s show will now begin Saturday, February 12th and end Sunday, March 20th. The opening reception at the Gallery will be...

 

With almost two months remaining, wolf harvest on par with past seasons 

With almost two months remaining, this season's wolf harvest is on par with past seasons in the state of Montana. As of today, 166 wolves have been harvested during the current hunting and...

 

Governor Launches New Program to Help Montana Businesses Invest and Grow 

Governor Greg Gianforte announced last week Montana entrepreneurs have a new tool to grow their businesses. Approved by the governor in December, the Montana Down Payment Assistance Program is a public-private partnership between the State of...

 

Public Service Commission warns about ratepayer phone scam

The Montana Public Service Commission is warning ratepayers about a phone scam targeting Montanans by alleging they have a faulty or dangerous meter and threatening to shut off power unless the resident makes an immediate payment. This is a scam by...

 

Three Forks strong in win over Big Timber

The Three Forks High School boys basketball team will look to move to 7-0 in 5B District play with a Thursday matchup at Whitehall. In action last week, Three Forks (10-2, 6-0 5B) picked up a convincing 78-47 home win Friday over Big Timber and fell... Full story

 

In Pictures: Wolves host Eureka, compete at Class B/C Duals

The Three Forks High School wrestling team was busy last week with a dual victory Friday over Eureka and the Class B/C Duals Friday and Saturday in Townsend. Photos by Jenn Wagner....

 

Wolves take down Herders

It was a phenomenal night last Friday for the Three Forks High School girls basketball team. Playing against defending state champion and fifth-ranked Big Timber, the Wolves came out of the gates... Full story

 

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