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Articles from the February 9, 2022 edition

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Headwaters Bank Run back in action, coming July 2022

After a two year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Headwaters Trail System is preparing to bring back its annual fundraiser: the Headwaters Bank Run. Residents of the Gallatin Valley jump at–or rather... Full story

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    February 9, 2022

Commissioners seeking input on emergency services

The Broadwater County Commissioners are asking residents to fill out a survey to gauge their interest in a possible emergency services facility in the “Wheatland” area in the county’s southern end. The survey, which can be found at https://www...

 

Three Forks Floral preps for "crazy" Valentine's shopping

Three Forks Floral owner Mo Denny described Valentine's Day as crazy. And while many customers may only see her for a few minutes during the hectic February shopping season, the planning for Denny starts well in advance. Denny said that as soon as...

 

Wolves secure regular season 5B District championship

Two nights after their first conference loss of the season 65-63 Thursday at rival Manhattan, the Three Forks High School boys basketball team bounced back emphatically with a 69-32 home win over Townsend. The Wolves secured a 5B District... Full story

 

Our View: Thanks for being 'Heart of the Community'

This week’s edition of the Three Forks Voice includes a special “Heart of the Community” advertising section highlighting some of the area’s incredible non-profits, emergency services, law enforcement, and organizations. In this editorial,... Full story

 

Column: The spicy pasta dish

While there are certainly some occasions, I don’t feel like cooking after a long day of work, and I usually don’t mind spending a little bit of time in the kitchen making a dinner that, hopefully, the family will enjoy. I have a few what I would...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    February 9, 2022

Several file for County races

With around six weeks till the March 24 deadline, there has been little movement from candidates planning to run for open Gallatin County Offices. Incumbents have dominated the early filings with Sheriff Dan Springer, Auditor Erin Cox, Clerk and... Full story

 

Snowpack Percentages Drop Slightly in Most Montana River Basins Since January 1

On the heels of a December which brought exceptional moisture to the Treasure State, January largely lacked needed precipitation. Monthly Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) SNOTEL site tota... Full story

 

Three Forks finishes 5B play at 7-3

It was an impressive week for the Three Forks High School girls basketball team. The Wolves wrapped up regular season play in the 5B Conference with a 37-31 win Thursday over Manhattan and a 58-36 home win Saturday at Townsend. They ended 5B... Full story

 

2 Wolves win divisional titles, 5 qualify for state tournament in Billings

The Three Forks High School wrestling team had two individual champions and qualified five wrestlers for state at last week's Western B/C Tournament in Butte. Cole Rogers at 103 and Brayden Linville... Full story

 

Free COVID-19 testing site set up at Gallatin County Fairgrounds

Through a partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has provided resources for Gallatin County to set up a free COVID-19... Full story

 

Applicants requested for elk management advisory group

HELENA – As elk populations continue to be a concern across the state, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is convening a citizens advisory group to address the future of elk management. The 12-member group will be tasked with developing new and...

 

DPHHS Plan to Improve Child Welfare System is Approved

Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) Director Adam Meier announced today the approval of its Family First Prevention Plan by the federal Children's Bureau. DPHHS becomes the 19th state to have their plan approved. The five-year...

 

One Valley Community Foundation Hosts 8th Annual Give Big on May 5th and 6th

On May 5th and 6th from 6:00pm to 6:00pm, One Valley Community Foundation will host the 8th annual Give Big Gallatin Valley initiative. Give Big is a 24-hour celebration that raises critical funds for nonprofits located in or serving Gallatin...

 

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

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 provide recreational...

 
 By Eric Dietrich    News    February 9, 2022

¾ of Montana's return-to-work bonus funds went unclaimed

Gov. Greg Gianforte's Return to Work bonus program, announced last year as he scaled back expanded pandemic unemployment benefits, ultimately paid about one-fourth as many bonuses as the state initial... Full story

 

Gov. Gianforte Announces Expansion of Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign, Partnership Between Town Pump and LifeGuard Group

HELENA, Mont. – On the last day of Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, Governor Greg Gianforte today announced a partnership between Town Pump, the LifeGuard Group, and the State of Montana to raise awareness and put an end to human...

 

OLLI at MSU to host Feb. 11 Friday Forum on Gallatin County search and rescue

MSU News Service The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Montana State University will present “Gallatin County Sheriff Search and Rescue: Demands and Expectations of a Growing Community” for a Friday Forum on Feb. 11. The event will take...

 

Lewis & Clark Republican Women offering scholarship

The Lewis & Clark Republican Women announce the tenth annual one-time scholarship award in the amount of $1000. The Cyndi Forbes Memorial Scholarship Fund is available to two female high school senior, high school graduate or equivalent who is a...

 

Gov. Gianforte Appoints Christy Clark Director of Agriculture

HELENA, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte recently announced the appointment of Christy Clark as the director of the Montana Department of Agriculture. “Montana producers work hard to feed the world, and today they have a partner and established...

 

UM Research: Yellowstone Wolves Change Behavior With Bears About

UM News Service   If you are a wolf living in Yellowstone National Park, bears mess with you. They show up uninvited and steal kills from your pack. And when scavenging bears drive you away from tasty carcasses, you and your fellow wolves will ...

 

MSU Extension release new MontGuide on differences in basis of inherited and gifted property

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Property owners have several decisions to make when it comes to estate planning, and one of those is whether to give property to heirs before or after death. Montana State University Extension has released a new...

 

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