Articles from the February 24, 2021 edition

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Sheriff Meehan Concerned About Lack of Infrastructure

Broadwater County Sheriff Wynn Meehan is concerned with the growth in the Wheatland area near Three Forks. At the top of the list of concerns for Mehan is the lack of infrastructure. "The county is gr... Full story


Health Officer Urges Residents to Wait Turn

With Gallatin County still in Phase 1B of the Covid-19 vaccine distribution process, Health Officer Matt Kelley is asking some help from the community and pleads with them to not skip their place in line. "We need you to know that if you are in a...


Superintendent interviews next week

The Three Forks School Board will meet Wednesday, February 24, to select candidates for the new Superintendent of Schools. The staff and public interview process are scheduled for Monday, March 1, and Tuesday, March 2 (see photo) at a... Full story


Chiropractic Clinic of Three Forks Appreciative of residents' Support

As an essential business, the Chiropractic Clinic of Three Forks has been able to keep its doors open since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020. According to Office Manager Ranee Berg, in the early stages of the pandemic, not many...


2021 High School Prom in the Works

It looks like Three Forks High School students may have the possibility of going to prom in 2021. Superintendent Jeff Elliott told the Three Forks School Board last week they have been looking at hosting an alternative prom outside the school. Elliot...


Enrollment numbers discussed at Feb. School Board Meeting

Three Forks Elementary Principal Steve Fanning and High School Principal Greg Heys recently updated the School Board of Trustees on enrollment numbers. Fanning reported a total of 292 K-5 students onsite and another 40 through the online Acellus...


Our View: The Confusion of 2 Policies

Montana’s use of masks has been a hot topic for debate with people both for and against very passionate about their stance. This editorial is not intended to pick a side or even to take a middle ground, it is instead to discuss the confusion that...


Column: The Movies...

A trip to the movie theater as a kid was always a real treat. I can still remember walking through the doors and into the lobby, where the smell of popcorn greeted me almost as if it was saying welcome back, Jack. We would always get a massive tub... Full story


Three Forks wins tournament opener

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 never let their foot off the gas in a 57-40 home... Full story


Wolves upend Townsend at District Tournament

Following last week's regular-season finale against Whitehall, Three Forks High School girls basketball coach Mike Sauvageau was hoping some of the positive things he witnessed would carry over to this week's 5B District Tournament. His hopes came... Full story


Three Forks preps for Divisional Tournament

It's postseason time for the Three Forks High School wrestling team. After a successful regular season, the Wolves will compete on February 26 and 27 at the Western B/C Divisional Tournament in Cut...


Proposal to nullify local mask mandates advances

Lawmakers advanced a bill last week that would essentially nullify local health measures like mask mandates and prohibit local governments and health officials from adopting similar requirements in th...


Quilt 4 Fun Yardage Sale set for March 12, 13

Quilt 4 Fun is looking hosting a special sale next month. The Three Forks basked quilt club is conducting a Spring Yardage Sale at the Three Forks Senior Center on March 12 to 13 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. They are looking for individuals who...


Suspect fires at GSCO Detective, apprehended after chase

On February 17, 2021 at approximately 11:45 p.m., officers with the Belgrade Police Department were dispatched to a residence in Belgrade for a report of a partner or family member assault. The...


Three Forks School Disrict Announces Candidates for Superintendent

The Three Forks School District #J24 received four applications for the open Superintendent position and the school board and administrative team met Wednesday evening to screen the applications. The team selected two finalists that will take part... Full story


Wolves squads fall in semifinals, both play Friday

The Three Forks High School boys and girls basketball teams will both look to keep their seasons alive Friday with elimination games at the 5B District Tournament. In action Thursday night, the fourth-seeded boys' team fell 59-35 at top-seeded... Full story


Three Forks Advances to Divisional Tournament

For the fourth straight year, the Three Forks High School boys basketball team is headed to the Southern B Divisional Tournament in Billings. The Wolves qualified for the tournament with a 50-47 win Saturday at home over Big Timber to finish third... Full story


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