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Articles from the March 3, 2021 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    March 3, 2021

Uthlaut Accepts District Top Job

The Three Forks School District will soon have a new Superintendent. According to Elementary School Principal Steve Fanning, Rhonda Uthlaut was offered the job Monday, and she accepted. The School Board must officially approve at a special meeting... Full story

 

Three Forks Airport receives funding

The Three Forks Airport will receive $13,000 in grant funding to keep up with costs and continue projects amid the Covid-19 project. The funding is part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act that was signed into law...

 

Southwest Airlines Coming to Bozeman; Daily Service to Begin May 27

In its 50th year of service, Southwest Airlines will bring low fares to the state of Montana on May 27, 2021 with the addition of service to Bozeman Yellowstone Int'l Airport (BZN).  The new service...

 

Flood Plain Open Houses Next Week

Gallatin County residents will have the opportunity to learn more about draft FEMA floodplain maps at two Public Open House Meetings next week. The Gallatin County Planning Department and Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation...

 

Council seat vacant

There is a vacancy on the Three Forks City Council. Town officials announced last week the immediate resignation of Erin Schattauer. The appointment of the vacancy is planned for March 23 at 7 p.m. The deadline to file is March 18. The Three Forks... Full story

 

KO Concrete Coatings Gives Back

Local business owner Reid Olinger is always thinking of ways to give back to the community. A recent conversation at an auto parts store set in motion a donation for the Three Forks Volunteer Fire Department. The co-owner of KO Concrete Coatings, a...

 

Plaza Bar happy to be back to regular hours, adding Montana Sports Bet terminal

According to Plaza Bar owner Eric Raube, the early stages of the Covid-19 shutdown drastically affected his business located at 204 S. Main. He was also able to witness what he described as amazing community support of the Plaza and its employees....

 

Wolf Update: TFS Campus Building Project

Here are some key dates in relation to the campus building project.  • 95% Construction Drawings Set:  3/3/21 • Bid Set Complete:  3/8/21 • Bid period 3/9/21-3/31/21 • Recommendation to the District:  4/6/21  If you are interested in lea...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    March 3, 2021

Our View: Donations Show Best of Community

The February 17 issue of the Voice included an article from the City of Three Forks officials thanking those who donated $156,760 to five projects in 2020. A large portion of the donations was for the new bleachers at the rodeo grounds. Other...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    March 3, 2021

Column: Is he really pounding the desk?

Throughout my newspaper career, I have seen a little bit of everything. A majority of it has been a positive experience, and this is what I want to be doing, but my previous job as a publisher certainly added some gray hairs. Most of the people I dea...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 3, 2021

Three Forks Wins 1 at District Tournament

The Three Forks High School girls basketball team had their season come to an end Friday, February 26, in a 48-30 5B District Tournament elimination game loss to Manhattan. It was all Manhattan in...

 

Montana to receive increase of Pfizer vaccines

U.S. Senator John Tester announced last week the State of Montana would this week receive an increase of 2,340 Pfizer vaccines over the previous week's supply, for a total of 23,270 first doses of the...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 3, 2021

Wolves Headed to Divisional Tournament

Just moments after the Three Forks High School boys basketball teams 59-35 5B District semifinal loss February 25 at Manhattan, Head Coach Terry Hauser said he was unsure how his team would bounce... Full story

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 3, 2021

Wolves qualify six for state, 2 win individual titles

It was a phenomenal weekend of results at the Southern B/C Divisional Tournament for the Three Forks High School Wrestling team. The Wolves qualified a total of six wrestlers for this week's state... Full story

 

Share your opinions on growth policy at Envision Three Forks

Where are we at on the road to the Growth Policy re-write? Envision this…You are walking on the sidewalk through Three Forks down Cedar Street for instance and hit 5th Avenue East and the sidewalk ends. You wonder, “Why doesn’t the sidewalk...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 3, 2021

Furious Wolves rally falls short

A furious second-half rally by the Three Forks High School boys basketball team fell just short in a 65-59 loss to the top seed from 4B Huntley Project Wednesday night in an opening-round game of the Southern B Divisional Tournament. The Wolves trail... Full story

 

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