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Articles from the March 22, 2023 edition

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Council chats on Chickens

Three Forks City Council members hosted a first reading for an ordinance amending the city’s Livestock and Fowl policies during its March 14 meeting, which would implement an annual renewal fee for residents holding a chicken permit. If the... Full story


MDT Proposes Erosion Control on I-90 Madison River Bridges

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is seeking public comments on a proposal to remove and install new erosion control measures under the east and westbound Interstate 90 structures over the Madison River, approximately half a mile east... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    March 22, 2023

Commissioners Approve Airport Loan, Aeronautics Board Awards Funding

The Three Forks Airport will see improvements soon. Earlier this month, the Gallatin County Commission approved an $88,000 loan from the Montana Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division.... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 22, 2023

Spring Sports: Three Forks tennis team welcomes back 12 players

Going into the 2023 season, Three Forks High School Tennis Head Coach Janna Lauver expects continued improvement of individual player skills and continuous improvement as a team. After missing a Divis... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 22, 2023

Spring Sports: Golfers Open Season March 27 in Helena

Along with several key returners, there will be plenty of new faces on the 2023 Three Forks High School Golf Team. "We are super excited again this year to have over 30 kids out for the golf team, with roughly half of those coming out for the first t... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 22, 2023

Spring Sports: Inaugural TFHS softball season begins on March 28

It will be a historic day on March 28 for Three Forks High School when the Lady Wolves Softball open their inaugural season with home games against Manhattan, with varsity scheduled to start at 3 p.m. and junior varsity to follow at 5 p.m. "We are... Full story


Guest Op-Ed: Three Forks student discusses Affirmative Action Policies

Disclaimer: The views expressed in Op-Ed’s published in the Three Forks Voice are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the publication. By Madison Griffiths Prejudice, racial inequity, and discrimination are just a few of...


Column: No beef with a four-day week

While there certainly are some hassles about being self-employed, there are also many rewarding things. One of my favorite things about having a home office is unless I’m out covering an event or doing an in-person interview, I can wear whatever I... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 22, 2023

Headwaters Golf Course open when weather permits, clubhouse expansion discussed

In recent years, the Headwaters Golf Course in Three Forks has closed for winter from November 13 through the end of February. With warmer temperatures in the forecast, local golfers looking for a chance to get on the course can play as long as the... Full story


As soil acidity threatens Montana fields, Montana State research explores remedies

BOZEMAN – As soil acidification becomes a more pressing issue for Montana farmers, researchers in the Montana State University College of Agriculture are conducting on-farm experiments around the st... Full story


Coaches Corner by Ellie West: Setting Boundaries

Setting personal boundaries is an integral part of your self-care and can help you prioritize your emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. We all have had relationships that have helped us understand the need for boundaries. Striving...


Pandemic-Era Emergency Rental Assistance Program Announces Final Application Deadline

The Montana Department of Commerce's Montana Housing Division announced March 17 it will no longer accept applications for the pandemic-era Montana Emergency Rental Assistance Program (MERA) starting Friday, March 24, 2023. MERA, which began...


Hunter, Bowhunter Education classes offered in southwestern Montana

Hunter and Bowhunter Education classes will be offered in several locations throughout southwestern Montana this year. Many of these classes have been scheduled and will soon be opened for registration. Hunter and Bowhunter Education classes are...

 By Eric Dietrich    News    March 22, 2023

Gianforte signs $1 billion Republican tax rebate, tax-cut package into law

Flanked by dozens of Republican lawmakers on the steps of the state Capitol, Gov. Greg Gianforte signed a tax cut, rebate and spending package totalling more than $1 billion last week. The eight-bill... Full story


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