Articles from the March 29, 2023 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    March 29, 2023

Tester makes stop in Three Forks

U.S. Senator Jon Tester met with officials in Three Forks last week to learn more about the City's Flood Mitigation Project. Tester said it is smart of the municipality to be moving forward with the... Full story


Increased school levies back on the ballot

Members of the Three Forks School District Board of Trustees are once again approaching voters this May with a request for more funds. The proposed levy will increase district revenue by $674,000, broken down to $385,350 for the elementary school... Full story


Three Forks High School FCCLA IncREDible Results

Montana FCCLA met for the 76th annual Leadership Conference in Bozeman March 16-17th on the MSU campus. Three Forks FCCLA members competed in STAR Events and received recognition as a Gold STAR... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 29, 2023

Wolves track team to open season Thursday in Columbus

The Three Forks High School Track and Field team will have a large roster in 2023, with around 40 student-athletes signed up to compete. With the season opener on March 30 at the Snowflake Invitation in Columbus, Head Coach Casey McWethy said the fir... Full story


Guest Op-Ed: Canary in a Coal Mine

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. Over the past two years, Montanans watched the President's attack on oil, coal and natural gas bring... Full story


Column: Just like riding a bike

The expression “it’s just like riding a bike” is prevalent when someone is reintroduced to something once a constant. It’s been so long since I have been on a bike that I’m unsure if the saying would ring true, and I would probably fall... Full story


Coaches Corner by Ellie West: Comparison Cage

One of the deepest needs of people is to be valued and appreciated. Charles Schwab says, “The way to develop the best that is in a person is by appreciation and encouragement.” When someone encourages, values, or congratulates you on a job well...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 29, 2023

Johnston inks with Rocky Mountain College in Billings

Three Forks High School Cross Country and Track standout athlete Beau Johnston signed a letter of intent last Friday to continue his career at Rocky Mountain College in Billings. "I'm very excited to... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 29, 2023

Woodward to play football at MSU Northern in Havre

Three Forks High School Senior Reid Woodward will be continuing his football career at the collegiate level. Woodward signed a letter of intent last week to play football at MSU Northern in Havre.... Full story

 By Amanda Eggert    News    March 29, 2023

PSC greenlights NorthWestern Energy's restructuring plan

Montana's largest utility company has garnered approval from the state's utility board to restructure its multi-state operation. Last June, NorthWestern Energy asked regulators to separate its...


Gallatin County Public Safety Academy to start on April 26

It’s official, the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office Public Safety Academy is scheduled to begin April 26! Please join us from 6:00 to 9:00 every Wednesday night from April 26 through June 14. The Academy is FREE and open to any Gallatin County... Full story


First Three Forks Area Historical Society Meeting of 2023 on April 6

The first meeting of the 2023 museum season will be Thursday, April 6, 2023, for the Three Forks Area Historical Society at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will be in the Methodist Church Annex. Agenda items include replacing the downtown museum’s roof due... Full story


Civil Air Patrol Trains at Three Forks Airport

Five aircraft and thirty-one Civil Air Patrol (CAP) volunteers converged at the Three Forks Airport to train for CAP's volunteer aviation emergency services program. The volunteers consisted of 16... Full story


Jessie Todd

Jessie May Todd, 89, formally of Three Forks, died at Highgate Senior Living Center in Bozeman on March 26th. She was born Sept. 6, 1933, at the family ranch near Whitehall, the daughter of Goodlet and Lulla Rogers. She attended grades 1-5 in... Full story


Gallatin County Attorney Cromwell Discovers Boxes of Unprosecuted Violent Sexual Crime Files in closet

The Gallatin County Attorney’s Office is responsible for reviewing investigations submitted by law enforcement agencies, which are called “Request for Prosecutions” or RFPs. When an RFP is submitted to the County Attorney’s Office by law... Full story


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