Articles from the March 30, 2022 edition
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Canine Companion: Student seeks permission for 'Abe' to come to school
A Three Forks High School student approached the school board at their March 15 meeting seeking permission to bring her 17-week-old puppy Abe to school with her. Abe isn't just any ordinary dog. He is a Canine Companion in training. Canine... Full story
Gianforte Honors National Champion Women's Bobcat Rodeo Team
In a gathering last week at the State Capitol, Governor Greg Gianforte and Lieutenant Governor Kristen Juras honored the Montana State University women's rodeo team for bringing home the national... Full story
Guest Editorial: Regulations stand in the way of attainable housing
We are five of the youngest lawmakers in the Montana Legislature. At 20, 21, 24, 29, and 31 years old, we are in various stages of renting and home ownership, and all of us are concerned about the housing crisis facing Montana. In every one of our... Full story
Letter to the Editor: Thank you from the bottom of my heart
My heart is still smiling. I am absolutely humbled and so grateful for all the amazing friends and family we have been blessed to have in our lives! As I write I’m brought to tears from the amount of love, compassion, kind words, letters, gifts,... Full story
Candidate deadline to file passes
The deadline for candidates to file for the 2022 Primary and General Elections in Montana has passed. The Primary Election is scheduled for June 7, and the General Election will take place on November 8. A majority of the Gallatin County races were...
Deadline for deer and elk permit applications April 1
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminds hunters that the deadline to apply for deer and elk licenses for nonresidents and deer and elk permits for everyone is April 1. Hunters who are applying for special licenses and permits need to have a valid...
MDT proposing safety enhancements between Three Forks and Billings
The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to announce and invite the public to comment on a proposal to provide roadside safety enhancements on about 182 miles of I 90, between Three... Full story
MSU Extension, AARP Montana to host webinar series on estate planning
MSU News Service Montana State University Extension will collaborate with AARP-Montana for a three-part webinar estate planning series in April, May and June. The series, Wednesday Wisdom, will run from 10 to 11 a.m. on April 6, May 11 and June 8. T...
Basketball tournament planned to raise money for Taylor Hauser
A five-on-five co-ed basketball tournament has been scheduled to help raise money for Three Forks resident Taylor Hauser. The tournament will take place on April 23 and 24 at the Boulder Elementary Gym. The cost per team is $200, and the funds...
Letter: Cromwell running for Gallatin County Attorney
Dear Community Members, This is the first time Gallatin County will choose a new County Attorney in 25 years – it’s critically important that we get this right! As you learn more about my record of public service and the strategies I will use to... Full story
Be bear aware when recreating outdoors
As winter gives way to spring, recreationists are taking advantage of the warmer weather to get outside. However, this is also the time of year bears are emerging from their dens and conflicts with people tend to increase. Bears can be found...