Articles from the February 8, 2023 edition

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Wolves maul the competition to capture Divisional Championship

It was a phenomenal start to the postseason for the Three Forks High School Wrestling team, with four Wolves winning individual titles on their way to first-place team finish at last week's Western... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    February 8, 2023

Boyer looks forward to working with communities across Gallatin County

New Gallatin County Commissioner Jennifer Boyer describes her first month on the job as both exciting and incredible. Boyer, who was elected in November of 2022, is also thankful for the warm welcome she has received from fellow commissioners Zach... Full story


Feliciano hired as Three Forks Softball Coach

With their inaugural season inching closer, the Three Forks High School Softball team has its first Head Coach after Clay Feliciano was hired to lead the new Wolves program. While thankful for the opp... Full story


Brown finishes third at state

Three Forks High School student Cadence Brown wrapped up the 2023 season in impressive style with a third-place finish in Impromptu at last month's State Meet in Manhattan. Brown also won a Divisional Title in Impromptu.... Full story


The Prairie Doc: It's time for your checkup

Recently I received a mailing from my clinic reminding me it is time to schedule my annual preventative care physical. Apparently, doctors need to go to the doctor, too, even when they feel fine. As a primary care physician, one of my passions is pre...


Column: I'm not so sure how 'Super' it is anymore

This weekend I will be one of the around 100 million people in the United States who tunes in for the Super Bowl. This year is another Super Bowl where nobody from the National Football League reached out to me about my ideas to improve the game,... Full story

 By Ellie West    Opinion    February 8, 2023

Coaches Corner: Have your dreams been crushed?

Have you ever had a dream of yours crushed…maybe even as a child? Many of you have, and in retrospect, you have forgotten how to dream. Do you often feel stuck in your current vocation or life in general? Zippia, the career expert, states that 65%... Full story


Landowners have until March 15 to apply for FWP public access to public lands programs

HELENA – Landowners have until March 15 to submit applications to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks for enrollment in the Unlocking Public Lands (UPL) Program or the Public Access Land Agreement (PALA) Program. These programs are designed to provi... Full story


Headwaters Heritage Museum: Before We Turn 41

In the late seventies, historical-minded members of the Three Forks community got together and formed the Headwaters Area Historical Society, which was then a chapter of the Gallatin County Historical Society. They elected Lyle K. Williams as the... Full story


Friday Semi rollover sends traffic to Frontage Road

On February 3, 2023, at approximately 10:45 a.m., Gallatin County 911 Dispatch received a report of a semi-truck rollover on Interstate 90 near mile marker 284. The rollover partially blocked the... Full story


Montana Wing of Civil Air Patrol Hosting Three Forks Training Exercise

The Montana Wing of Civil Air Patrol (CAP) will conduct an Air Search & Rescue Training Exercise (SARX) at the Three Forks Airport next month. The exercise, weather permitting, is scheduled for the weekend of March 18 and will feature multiple...


Kenneth Lloyd Ypma

On the morning of February 2, 2023, Kenneth Lloyd Ypma died peacefully in his home at the age of 83. Ken was born March 16, 1939, in Bozeman Montana, to Ray and Dorothy Ypma. Ken lived in and around the Gallatin Valley his entire life. Ken attended... Full story


Application Period Open for Project Funding from the Gallatin County Open Lands Program

Gallatin County is now accepting applications from projects seeking funding through the county’s Open Lands Program. This year, the voter-approved Open Space levy is estimated to bring in over $2.44 million total. While a majority of that money...

 By Eric Dietrich    News    February 8, 2023

Bill would force Montana cities to allow smaller home lots

A bill heard Tuesday at the Montana Legislature aims to increase the number of modestly priced homes available to Montana residents by reining in the power of city and town governments to require that new homes be built on properties of a certain... Full story

 By Keely Larson    News    February 8, 2023

Montana Lawmakers Seek More Information About Governor Gianforte's HEART Fund

A fund championed by Gov. Greg Gianforte to fill gaps in Montana’s substance use and behavioral health treatment programs has spent $5.2 million since last year as the state waits for an additional $19 million in federal funding. Now, the... Full story

 By Amanda Eggert    News    February 8, 2023

Feds to explore delisting of Greater Yellowstone and NCDE grizzlies

nnounced Friday that it is exploring whether grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone and Northern Continental Divide ecosystems are sufficiently recovered to no longer be considered as an endangered... Full story


Wolves sweep rivalry games

There is always something special about the energy in the arena for a rivalry basketball game, even more so when the game lives up to the billing. This was certainly the case last Thursday night, with the Three Forks High School basketball teams... Full story


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