Articles from the March 8, 2023 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    March 8, 2023

City seeking public input on CIP Update

Currently in the process of updating its Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), the City of Three Forks is asking for assistance from residents in filling out a survey for advice on selecting and prioritizing the municipalities most essential needs. The sur... Full story


Three Forks Education Foundation hosting fundraiser

Three Forks Education Foundation Board President Dave Chojnacki is passionate when he speaks about the local organization that provides scholarships and teacher grants. "We are a small school. We are... Full story


2023 Open Burning Season Underway in Gallatin County

The open burning season in Gallatin County begins started last week. Open burning requires the purchase and activation of a burn permit, which can be obtained at Permits... Full story


Three Forks School Officials seek public input on courtyard projects

The new construction at the Three Forks Schools has created five fully enclosed courtyards in a variety of sizes that need designed and landscaped into usable spaces. School officials are beginning the design process by looking for ideas from our sch... Full story


Broadwater County Trust Board Major Supporter of Local Recreation

Broadwater County, which includes its county seat of Townsend, sits nestled between the Big Belt and Elkhorn Mountains. It offers a myriad of activities and recreation opportunities via access to the Missouri River, Canyon Ferry Lake, Fairgrounds,... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    March 8, 2023

Our View: Important night for Education Foundation

The Three Forks Education Foundation is a gigantic asset to the three local schools. Whether it is their annual teacher grants or student scholarships, the foundation goes above and beyond to benefit students and teachers. The Three Forks community... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    March 8, 2023

Column: Is that a monster at the self checkout?

I’m okay with getting a little more cynical every day, and I guess it’s just part of my journey of aging. I’m at the point where most things cause me stress, but a few hit home a little harder. These are just a few examples of the little... Full story


Letter to the Editor: Your Community Needs You

Are you an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or would you like to become one? Could you drive an ambulance to help community residents when they are suffering and need help? We need YOU to volunteer with the Three Forks Area Ambulance Service (TFAAS... Full story


Coaches Corner by Ellie West: Forgiveness

Why is it sometimes so hard to say, “I’m sorry, please forgive me, or I forgive you.” Perhaps it has something to do with false pride, self-worth, insecurities, or deep pain. Self-worth is often based on possessions and titles, and false pride... Full story

 By Eric Dietrich    News    March 8, 2023

Montana Senate votes forward statewide TikTok ban

The Montana Senate voted Thursday to advance a statewide ban on Chinese-owned social media platform TikTok, calling the service a threat to privacy, national security and public safety. The text of Senate Bill 419, sponsored by Sen. Shelley Vance,... Full story

 By Amanda Eggert    News    March 8, 2023

Committee votes on four wolf bills

The House Fish, Wildlife and Parks Committee voted on four wolf-related measures last week ahead of a key legislative deadline. The committee narrowly approved two bills that would codify wolf trappin... Full story


Elk Hunting Access Agreement application deadline is May 15

Landowners have until May 15 to apply for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Elk Hunting Access Agreement Program. These agreements, which were established by the 2001 Legislature, provide landowners with an elk license or either-sex permit in...


Multiple area crews respond to Thursday fire

STAFF REPORT The Three Forks Volunteer Fire Department was quickly on the scene at a camper fire last Thursday off US 287 in the Wheatland Area. According to the TFVFD, they were paged out at 3:24...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 8, 2023

Wolves finish 1 win shy of state

There was plenty to be proud of with this year's Three Forks High School Boys' Basketball team. After losing eight seniors from last year's state championship squad, the 2022-23 team forged their own identity, ended the campaign as 5B regular season... Full story


Joan Mary Benusa

Joan Mary Benusa, 90, of Manhattan, MT, passed away March 7, 2023, at Parkhaven Retirement Community, where she had been a resident for the past 6 years. Joan was born to John Egnatius and Mary (Filip) Witucki at home in Bowlus, MN, on February... Full story


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