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Articles from the January 27, 2021 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    January 27, 2021

Board Accepts Superintendent Resignation

The Three Forks School Board voted unanimously last week to accept the resignation of Superintendent Jeff Elliott. His last day with the district will be June 30. Originally hired in 2018, Elliott had previously served as the Principal at Fergus... Full story

 

Board of Health extends 3 local emergency health rules

At a meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 20, the Gallatin City-County Board of Health extended three local emergency health rules intended to slow the transmission of COVID-19. Those rules include: • Requiring face coverings in public places • Isolation...

 

COVID-19 & BUSINESS: Main Street Office continues to meet the needs of Three Forks Residents

Editor's Note This is the first of a series of articles to show how Three Forks businesses are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. The articles will also serve as a way to highlight the wonderful... Full story

 

Baseball sign up dates next month

Those interested in participating in the Three Forks Babe Ruth Baseball program will have two chances to sign up next month. Sign ups are scheduled for February 8 and February 11 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Three Forks School Cafeteria. The...

 

Wolf Update: News and Notes from the January Three Forks School Board Meeting

There was some positive news last week at the Three Forks High School home basketball games versus Dillon. According to High School Principal Greg Heys, new band instructor Jon Sutton has been doing...

 

Our View: Ice rink huge for Three Forks

While many residents may have been glad to see the end of 2020, there was some great news at the end of the year from the City of Three Forks. A new portable ice rink was constructed and filled at Stevenson Park and although the weather has not alway...

 

Column: Hastings

I am not a big fan of huge retail stores. Sometimes it is a necessary evil to go to one of the big box stores to make a purchase but that does not mean I have to enjoy even one second of it. My hometown didn’t get a Walmart until I was in late...

 

Montana Moves to Phase 1B of Vaccine Distribution

HELENA, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte announced last week Montana is moving into Phase 1B of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan. In Phase 1B, COVID-19 vaccines are available to Montanans 70...

 

Opt-In COVID-19 Vaccine Notification System Available for local residents

For residents who wish to stay up-to-date on COVID-19 vaccination in Gallatin County, a new tool is available to receive those updates right on your phone or email. This opt-in notification system will provide direct updates as Gallatin County moves...

 

A Different Swagger: Wolves take down Herders

Before the start of last Friday's conference road matchup with Big Timber, Three Forks High School boys basketball coach Terry Hauser told his staff he saw a different swagger with his team before tip-off and they were going to win the game. Hauser... Full story

 

Three Forks continues to battle hard

Throughout the 2021 season, the Three Forks High School girls basketball team has faced an extremely talented schedule and this will once again be the case this week with a Friday home game against Jefferson High School (Boulder), and a Saturday...

 
 By Amanda Eggert    News    January 27, 2021

Committee approves bill imposing stiffer penalties on hunters who enter private property without permission

HELENA — The House Fish, Wildlife and Parks Committee approved a bill earlier this session, that significantly strengthens penalties for hunters who trespass on private property.  Rep. Denley Loge, R-St. Regis, is sponsoring House Bill 108. It...

 

Wolves strong to start 2021 campaign

It has been a great start to the 2021 season for the Three Forks High School wrestling team. In action last week, the Wolves picked up a 36-18 road win at Livingston and lost a hard fought 38-31...

 

WOLVES WIN DIVISON TITLE

The Speech and Drama team competed digitally at the Southern B/C divisional tournament hosted by Townsend High School on Saturday. The Speech team won the tournament for the 2nd consecutive year, and the Drama team placed as runner-up for the 3rd tim... Full story

 

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