Articles from the February 22, 2023 edition

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District Champs: Wolves headed to Divisionals

Following a hard-fought 49-46 win Friday over Big Timber in the semifinals of the 5B District Basketball Tournament, sophomore Hunter Feddes said it was a huge win for the team, but they would need to... Full story


Project page created for Old Town Bridge replacement

Stahly Engineering and Associates has created a project page to inform residents about the progress of the replacement of the Old Town Bridge north of Three Forks. The page, which can be found at... Full story


Three Forks hosting FWP Mountain Lion Quota Meeting

Wildlife staff with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a public meeting next month to discuss mountain lion management and tentative quotas for the 2023-24 mountain lion hunting season in southwest Montana. The meeting will be on Thursday,... Full story


Our View: A job well done, Three Forks teams

How about them Wolves! It was quite a weekend for the Three Forks High School Boys' Basketball team after the regular season conference champions won the 5B District Tournament with a thrilling... Full story


FWP: New boat validation decals required

HELENA – Owners of motorboats, sailboats or personal watercraft need to get new, free 2023-2026 validation decals for their watercraft soon. The current red decals expire Feb. 28. Boaters who have permanently registered their boats, sailboats, or... Full story


Coaches Corner: You have the power to build up or tear down

Gossip...according to the Oxford dictionary, is informal talk or stories about other people's private lives that may be unkind or not true. Webster's dictionary defines gossip as "casual or unconstrained conversation or reports about other people." W... Full story


Column: Did I really lose the office in 15 minutes?

I’ve been lucky to work in many great newsrooms with fantastic co-workers. I’ve also had some jobs in journalism that were awful experiences. Whether I liked a past job or not, they have led me to what I’m doing now in Three Forks, and I am... Full story


HRDC offering new tax program

The HRDC District IX is offering a new tax program in 2023. According to District Economic Development Director Dean Williamson, the HRDC has traditionally been part of the IRS Volunteer Income Tax... Full story


Arrest made in January Gallatin County 'Swatting' Call

On January 26, 2023, the Gallatin County 911 Dispatch Center received a non-emergency call of gunshots inside a residence during an altercation. Gallatin County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to the residence southwest of Belgrade. Responding... Full story


Wolves battle to the final whistle at Districts

Following a season-ending 44-29 loss at the 5B District Basketball Tournament to Jefferson, first-year Head Coach Lacy Noble praised her two seniors, Bri Warren and Brielle Davis. With a young roster... Full story


Council approves application for work-live development

Three Forks City Council members approved an application for a work-live development at the Three Forks Market RV Campground Expansion during its Feb. 14 meeting, weeks after approving previous amendments to the site’s permit. The application...


Governor Gianforte Announces Launch of DON'T QUIT Campaign

Governor Greg Gianforte today announced the National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils (NFGFC) has selected Montana for its 2023 DON’T QUIT campaign. As part of the campaign, the NFGFC, chaired by Jake Steinfeld, will gift a...

 By Keely Larson    News    February 22, 2023

Amid Dire Suicide Rates in Montana, Governor Expands Student Mental Health Screening

Bella Nyman has struggled with her mental health since age 7, when she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and anxiety. Nyman said she was afraid to tell her parents she had thoughts of suicide. Looking back, a mental health screening might have...


Gallatin County 911 and Local Fire Departments Launch Use of PulsePoint Mobile App to Help Save Lives

Gallatin County 911 and the fire departments within Gallatin County announced the launch of PulsePoint today, a mobile phone application designed to support public safety agencies by increasing cardiac arrest survival rates through improved... Full story


Ice Dogs defeat Butte

Last week the Ladies 14U Ice dogs took on Helena, Butte, and Flathead for in-conference games. They scored a big win over Butte with a final score of 9-1. Two players from Three Forks had a great game... Full story


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