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Articles from the February 1, 2023 edition

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 By Eric Dietrich    News    February 1, 2023

How to spend a $2.5 billion surplus?

As lawmakers negotiate Montana's next state budget this winter, the Republican-controlled Capitol has a once-in-a-generation windfall to spend - the state's $2.5 billion surplus. Naturally, opinions o... Full story


Three Forks Schools FFA Chapter hosts District Leadership Event

The Three Forks FFA Chapter had the monumental task of hosting this year's SW District Leadership Development Event on Friday January 20, 2023. Nearly 200 people converged on the Three Forks High... Full story


'Blessed' by Joan O'Brien now available

Joan O'Brien of Three Forks, who became a nun as a young woman, but ultimately left the sisterhood to get married and have a family, has completed her new book "Blessed": a riveting book that follows the author throughout her very interesting life. O... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    February 1, 2023

Three Forks Speech, Drama finish third at State

It was a fantastic end to the season for the Three Forks Speech and Drama programs, with both finishing in third place at last weekend's State Meet. "I am proud of the student effort during the State... Full story


Guest Editorial: Fighting for Montana Values

With the holidays behind us and Congress gearing up for a new session, I look forward to continuing my mission fighting for our Montana way of life in Washington, D.C. Under President Biden and Democrat congressional leadership, Montanans are facing... Full story


Coaches Corner by Ellie West: Decluttering

When we think of decluttering, most think of removing junk and cleaning our closets, drawers, garages, or storage areas. The start of a new season is often the perfect time to get rid of stuff and reorganize. Or perhaps, the new year is an... Full story


Gallatin County Attorney Withdraws Notice of Intent to Seek Death Penalty in West Yellowstone Homicide Case

Audrey Cromwell, Gallatin County Attorney, filed a Withdrawal of Notice of Intent to Seek the Death Penalty today in the Patricia Batts case. Batts is charged with deliberate homicide, aggravated kidnapping, criminal child endangerment and... Full story


Three Forks students named to MSU Fall Semester Honor Roll

From MSU News Service BOZEMAN - Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for fall semester 2022. There are two MSU honor roll lists: the President's List and the Dean's List. To be eligible for the lists, students must be... Full story


Three Forks players have strong day as Ice Dogs make statement

The 14U Ice Dogs made a big statement in Kalispell on January 28. The ladies braved the 16-degree weather and played a doubleheader at the Kalispell outdoor rink. A couple of Three Forks players had... Full story


Wolves dominant in victory over Whitehall

The Three Forks High School Boys' Basketball team was dominant from start to finish in a 68-26 home conference victory on January 26 over Whitehall. The Wolves came out of the gates strong, taking an... Full story


Huge fourth quarter propels Three Forks to win

The Three Forks High School Girls' Basketball team saved the best for last in a 44-38 home win on January 26 over Whitehall. Trailing at the end of each of the first three quarters, the Wolves outscor... Full story

 By Keely Larson    News    February 1, 2023

Montana Pharmacists May Get More Power to Prescribe

Mark Buck, a physician and pharmacist in Helena, Montana, said he’s been seeing more patients turn to urgent care clinics when they run out of medication. Their doctors have retired, moved away, or left the field because they burned out during the... Full story


Mission Mountain Classic Wrestling Results

TEAM 1 Three Forks 116.0 2 Ronan 100.5 3 Plains 91.0 4 Saint Ignatius 85.0 5 Superior 79.0 6 Arlee 22.0 7 Powell County 0.0 7 Simms 0.0 103 Brummie Boggus (2-0) placed 1st and scored 22.0 team points. • Quarterfinal - Brummie Boggus (Three Forks) 2...

 By Justin Franz    News    February 1, 2023

NBC's Dateline to revisit 2017 murder of Broadwater County Deputy Mason Moore

The 2017 murder of a Broadwater County Sheriff's Office deputy will be revisited this week during a special two-hour episode of NBC's Dateline. Producers of the episode say they expect to reveal new i... Full story


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