Articles from the March 2, 2022 edition

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Townsend Tire breaks ground on new location

Townsend Tire has broken ground on their new Three Forks/Wheatland location. Mike Larson, the owner of Townsend Tire, says that the shop's grand opening will be in June 2022; however, construction... Full story


Three Forks Dog License Renewals Due April 15

Three Forks residents with dogs need to relicense their dogs before April 15, per city ordinance 6-4A-2. Dog licenses cost $15 per dog and need renewal every year. Owners with four or more dogs must... Full story


Gallatin County Commission to Consider Putting Local Marijuana Taxes on Ballot

The Gallatin County Commission will consider asking voters to decide on local-option sales taxes on marijuana products sold in the county, and is seeking public input on the potential ballot... Full story


Three Forks Chapter celebrates National FFA Week

The Three Forks Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter had a busy week with a variety of activities. According to advisor Connie Olsen, the chapter was one of many around the country celebrating... Full story


Guest Opinion: Bringing accountability and transparency to cattle markets

In Montana, cattle outnumber people by nearly three to one, so it's no wonder that Montana beef plays such a large role in our rich legacy of agriculture and our economy. Montana ranchers take pride in producing the best cattle and highest-quality...


Letter to the Editor: Update on Rauser campaign

Dear Broadwater County Voters/Editor: Things have been going very well so far. I want to thank everyone for the support I have received. I wanted to let everyone know why I feel I am the best candidate for the Broadwater County Sheriff. To start off...


Three Forks FCCLA receives $500 grant

Three Forks FCCLA was the recipient of a grant in the amount of $500 from Montana FCCLA, Montana Financial Education Coalition, First Interstate BancSystem Foundation, Montana Council for Economic Education, and Reach Higher Montana. The grant, "Coun...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 2, 2022

Three Forks preps for Wednesday night matchup against Colstrip

It's a win, and you're in for the Three Forks High School boys basketball team when they open the Southern B Divisional Tournament Wednesday, March 2, at the MetraPark Arena in Billings with a 6 p.m.... Full story


Patricia Marion Palo

Patricia Marion Palo was born August 21, 1939 to Eleanor and Duke Downs in Bremerton, Washington She suffered polio at the age of sixteen. After recovery she graduated from Washington State University with a degree in animal husbandry. Pat retired... Full story


Thomas G. Carey, Sr.

With the sun shining brightly on the Bull Mountains, a place dear to his heart, Thomas G. Carey, Sr. (Tom) passed into eternal life on February 26, 2022, surrounded by his loving wife of 63 years and all of their children. Born in Helena on December... Full story


Two Montanans Selected for Beef Promotion Operating Committee

Two Montana ranchers were selected to serve on the Beef Promotion Operating Committee (BPOC) for the Beef Checkoff. Katie Cooper of Willow Creek was selected to continue serving and Kiley Martinell from Dell was selected for the first time.  The...


MSU announces a $50 million gift from the Gianforte Family Foundation

From MSU News Service Montana State University today announced a $50 million gift from the Gianforte Family Foundation, continuing more than 20 years of philanthropy to the university. The Gianforte...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 2, 2022

Wolves defeat Colstrip in play-in game, face Columbus Thursday

A 14-0 third-quarter run helped propel the Three Forks High School boys basketball team to a 59-41 win over Colstrip in a Wednesday night Southern B Divisional Tournament play-in game at the MetraPark... Full story


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