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Articles from the February 17, 2021 edition

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Missouri River Drug Task Force wages war on meth

The effects of methamphetamines and other drugs can have a devastating impact on a community. The crippling effects of drug abuse are present in Three Forks and throughout the Gallatin Valley, both... Full story

 

Landowner questions flood maps, mitigation

Last week, a local landowner approached the Three Forks City Council, asking them to pull back from the FEMA Building Resilient Infrastructure Grant funding process. Terry Anderson requested the City provide more information to area residents about...

 

City committee discusses several improvements

The City of Three Forks Streets and Alleys and Parks Committees have recently been discussing several improvement projects. At last week’s City Council meeting, Council and Committee member Gene Townsend discussed a recent tour of several areas...

 

Roots Hair Studio 'busy as ever' after six-week Covid-19 closure

Roots Hair Studio in Three Forks was closed for nearly six-weeks last year due to statewide directives issued by former Montana Governor Steve Bullock. Owner Miranda Roberts said once they were able to reopen, they had quite a few sanitation... Full story

 

Arntzen's State of Education address: Superintendent of Public Instruction highlights legislative priorities including special education funding and at-risk students

Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen highlighted several legislative priorities for the state's public schools Thursday, including a push to offer increased funding security for special needs students in Montana.  Arntzen's statements...

 

Our View: Pandemic shows best of Three Forks

Over the past few weeks, the Three Forks Voice has published a series of articles about the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on area businesses. Throughout each of the interviews and articles, one thing is consistently repeated. Owners are very...

 

Column: Could have been twins

As I was posting stories to the website earlier this month, I noticed in a basketball story that it said “fowl trouble” instead of “foul trouble.” I wasn’t quite sure whether to scream or laugh or perhaps a combination of both. The paper...

 

Wolves upend Big Timber, senior night February 20

The postseason is nearing for the Three Forks High School boys basketball team. The Wolves team will wrap up their regular season with a non-conference road game Friday at Jefferson High School in...

 

Statewide Mask Mandate Expires, local order still in effect

Governor Greg Gianforte issued a new directive last week allowing the statewide mask mandate to expire. While the statewide order has expired, local mandates do remain in effect. The Gallatin...

 

A Heart Felt 'Thank You' from the City of Three Forks

During the exceedingly difficult year of 2020, 5 City Projects received $156,760 in donations from Three Forks Citizens and surrounding Community. The donations came from a variety of generous sources. Some were in memory of someone tied to Three...

 

Wolves wrapping up regular season

While they were unable to come away with a victory, there were plenty of positives in two conference games last week for the Three Forks High School girls basketball team. The Wolves opened up the week Tuesday, February 9, with a 57-30 home against...

 

Wolves win tournament openers

While it may have taken the Three Forks High School boys basketball team a little while to get the lead in Tuesday night's 5B District opening round home game against Big Timber, once they did, they... Full story

 

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