Articles from the February 10, 2021 edition
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Americanism event set for Feb. 16
Next week will serve as an opportunity for local residents to come together in the spirit of community and patriotism. VFW Post 7621, American Legion Post 93, American Legion Auxiliary, Boy Scouts of America, and Three Forks Masonic Lodge 73 are host... Full story
Gallatin City-County Board of Health extends, amends Local Health Rule
On Thursday, Feb. 4, the Gallatin City-County Board of Health extended its emergency public health rule that places operating restrictions on certain businesses in order to slow the spread of... Full story
Wrestlers hosting Sloppy Joe Fundraiser
A drive-through Sloppy Joe Dinner scheduled for Saturday, February 13 will help to raise money for wrestling programs in Three Forks. The event is scheduled from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Three Forks... Full story
After tough start to pandemic, business bounces back at Three Forks Floral
The first few weeks of the Covid-19 pandemic were a tough time for Three Forks Floral owner Mo Denny. With her sales down 40 to 45 percent, Denny found herself not always wanting to go to the retail... Full story
Wolves upend rival Manhattan
Not only were the Three Forks High School girls basketball team able to pick up their second win of the season last Thursday, but they were also able to do so with a come from behind 34-28 victory...
'Winter Read' book raffle underway at Three Forks Community Library
A "Winter Read" book raffle is underway at the Three Forks Community Library. According to Librarian Fawn Venzor, there are currently 25 books up for raffle and most of them are from either 2019 or 2020, with many of them in the science fiction... Full story
Wrestlers prepping for divisional tournament
The Three Forks High School wrestling team has their sights set on the Divisional Tournament scheduled for later this month in Cut Bank. Third-year Head Coach Nye Howey believes his team has been... Full story
Snowpack Percentages Decline Across Montana After Warm and Dry January
BOZEMAN - While January started off on the right foot, with snow falling at many locations in the state, the remainder of the month was hit-or-miss for mountain and valley snowfall. Atmospheric circulation patterns early in the month were similar to...
'Scouting for Food' Drive a huge success
The Three Forks Cub Scout Pack 3523/Troop 0523 had a goal of collecting over 1,000 pounds with their recent "Scouting for Food" drive. The local Scouts were able to meet their goal with an impressive... Full story
Governor Gianforte receives approval to redirect COVID-19 vaccine doses
Governor Greg Gianforte announced last week he received federal approval to redirect 19,500 unused COVID-19 vaccine doses to vulnerable Montanans. "Every dose Montana receives is critical, which is why I promised you in my first week in office that...
Our View: Amazing job by Three Forks Speech Team
There have been some extremely positive things happening lately in the Three Forks School District. While there has been positive news since the start of school in August, perhaps the biggest story of the school year happened earlier this month. The...
Having a teenage daughter can sure be a roller coaster ride. Sometimes I never know what type of mood they will be in. Sometimes it is splendid, and others can be a downright scary fit of hormones that makes me want to go and hide in the shed. While...