Articles from the March 1, 2023 edition

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Warriors and Quiet Waters take part in Photography Experience

Warriors and Quiet Waters (WQW) were in Three Forks for their Photography Experience last week. The Photography Experience (PX) gives Warriors the opportunity to explore the art of photography while... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Office hosting Public Safety Academy

The upcoming Public Safety Academy will allow area residents to learn a little more about the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office. The academy is open to all county residents over 18, is free of charge, and will run for eight to ten weeks in spring or... Full story


Tina Marie Creason

Tina Marie Creason, 64, passed away on Feb 22, 2023, at Three Forks, Montana. She is survived by her husband Harold Creason, they shared 20 years of marriage together. She was a beloved mother to Harley, Dustin, Brandy (Dustin's wife), Desiree,... Full story


Town Pump offering library grants to 'Keep Kids Reading'

The Town Pump Charitable Foundation is offering $1,000 grants to public libraries in Montana to help fund summer youth-reading programs. Last year the Town Pump Charitable Foundation awarded 100 of the $1,000 grants statewide as part of its Keep...


Drive Like a Ninja, Be Aware, Be Patient, Be Invisible

Three Forks Students participated in "Drive Like a Ninja" week. The traffic safety sponsored by Three Forks FCCLA was held last week to teach students at Three Forks Schools about the hazards of... Full story

 By Molly Absolon    Opinion    March 1, 2023

Writers on the Range: Backcountry adventurers know they're taking chances

Six people have died in avalanches in the United States since the snow started to fly this fall. Every year, an average of 27 people -skiers, snowboarders, snowmobilers, snowshoers - die this way.... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    March 1, 2023

Column: No popcorn chicken? Time to riot

You can’t log onto social media these days without seeing some vitriol spewing in the comments sections. It really is unfortunate, and I miss the days when all I would see were pictures of people’s families. At this point, I’d even settle for w... Full story

 By Ellie West    Business    March 1, 2023

Coaches Corner: Are you feeling stuck?

How many of you feel stuck... in life or vocation? I have often felt stuck and had plenty of reasons to believe I wasn’t enough or capable. First, I was in a remedial reading group in second grade. Second, I stood before my peers with a dunce hat... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 1, 2023

Wolves open Divisional Tourney with Baker

For the sixth straight season, the Three Forks High School Boys' Basketball team is headed to the Southern B Divisional Tournament at the Metra Park Arena in Billings. The 5B District regular season and tournament champions will open the tournament... Full story


Mount Vernon? Yes. Montana mountains? Not so much.

It is not something you expect to see in Montana. You'll do a double take and rub your eyes the first time you round the bend in ranch country and catch a glimpse of a pack of foxhounds followed by a... Full story


NorthWestern Energy and The Missouri-Madison River Fund Trust announce 2023 projects

NorthWestern Energy and the Missouri-Madison River Fund announced nine public recreation improvement projects awarded grant and matching funds by the River Fund Trust and NorthWestern Energy. NorthWestern Energy's $196,500 in funding and $511,538... Full story


The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Inducts New Members

The following people recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Ian Phillips and Kyle Stone of Three Forks at Montana State...

 By Diana Setterberg    News    March 1, 2023

Rock star: Montana State Earth sciences professor receives grant to study geologic history of the Rockies

BOZEMAN – Though the rock you idly kick along that mountain trail isn't sentient, it does have a long memory – one that a Montana State University researcher is tapping to reveal the geo-logic history of southwest Montana dating from hundreds of...


Governor Gianforte Announces State Topped Forest Management Goals for Second Consecutive Year

Together with Amanda Kaster, director of the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC), Governor Greg Gianforte last week announced the State of Montana increased active forest management in 2022, nearly tripling the number of forested...


Ice Dogs headed to state

The Ice Dogs traveled to Hailey, Idaho this weekend to play the Sun Valley Suns. The two teams played three exhibition games to build and strengthen friendships among other ladies' youth players from the region. Sun Valley were gracious hosts and... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 1, 2023

Wolves win opener at Divisional Tournament

The Three Forks High School Boys' Basketball is moving on to the Southern B Divisional Tournament semifinals at the Metra Park Arena in Billings. After falling behind 2-0 in Wednesday evening's quarterfinal matchup against Baker, a Hunter Feddes... Full story


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