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Articles from the March 10, 2021 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 10, 2021


It was a program-defining moment last weekend for the Three Forks High School wrestling team. Competing with six wrestlers, the Wolves brought home a team trophy with a third-place finish in Class B... Full story


U.K. Covid Variant confirmed in County

Gallatin City-County Health Officer Matt Kelley confirmed last week three cases of the U.K. variant of Covid-19 have been identified within Gallatin County. The cases were confirmed by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services....


Rebekah Lodge Hosting St. Patrick's fundraiser

The Rebekah Lodge #74 in Three Forks will celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Three Forks with a fundraiser dinner next week. The March 17 drive-through Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner is scheduled from 4...


Mill, Bakery Keeps Busy at Wheat Montana

While there were times business was slow at the Wheat Montana Deli locations during the early stages of the Covid-19 Pandemic, things stayed strong in the mill and bakery located in Three Forks.... Full story


The Prairie Doc: Influenza Rare This Season

Do you know anyone who had influenza this past year? Chances are you do not. Sure, plenty of people had the “stomach flu” with vomiting and diarrhea, otherwise known as gastroenteritis. Some people had colds and others had COVID-19. But cases of...


Column: Did you really just turn off the lights?

The older I get, the less patience I have for people who are being ridiculous. The teenage version of myself most likely would have described the current version of myself as a cranky jerk who likes to yell at vehicles as they pass him, going way...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 10, 2021

Wolves wrap up season at Divisionals

The Three Forks High School boys basketball team had their season come to an end at last week's Southern Divisional Tournament Billings. A furious second-half rally by the Wolves team fell just short...


Cold and Wet February Boosts Prospects of Spring and Summer Water Supply

After abundant snowfall in many of Montana's river basins during February, streamflow forecasts issued by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) on March 1 indicate an increased likelihood of near to slightly above average spring and... Full story


Open Burning Season Starts in Gallatin County

March 1 marked the first day of open burning season in Gallatin County. Residents are asked to remember they need to purchase and activate a burn permit for anything larger than a recreational fire. To purchase or activate a burn permit, or for...

 By Chris Aadland    News    March 10, 2021

State expands COVID-19 vaccine eligibility

Up to 140,000 more Montanans will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine Monday thanks to an expansion of the state's current distribution phase.  As Montana begins to receive more doses of COVID-19...


Gallatin County Sheriff Selects Undersheriff

Gallatin County Sheriff Dan Springer has selected a sheriff's office captain to be his undersheriff. Last week, Jeremy Kopp was chosen to be the next undersheriff for the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office. Undersheriff Kopp is a native Montanan who...

 By Ranee Berg    Community    March 10, 2021


Editor's Note: These are the first two articles in a series about how local residents made it "Home to Three Forks". Kerin McCarver married her high school sweetheart, both from Trout Creek/Thompson... Full story

 By Ranee Berg    Community    March 10, 2021

Home to Three Forks

I'd been to Montana before but it was summer and warm.  Once every decade my parents would take my dad's two-week vacation to take us on the loop from our East Bay Area home in California to their "o... Full story


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