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Bunny Hop Poker Walk Next Week

Not only will local residents have a chance to have a little fun next week in downtown Three Forks, but they will also have the opportunity to help out local children. The Three Forks Youth Recreation Task Force is hosting the Bunny Hop Poker Walk on...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    March 31, 2021

Todd selected as new councilmember

The City of Three Forks has a new Council Member.Last week, the governing body voted to select Nancy Todd to fill the seat of Erin Schattauer, who retired earlier this month. Todd will serve in the...

 

Gallatin City-County Health Department Confirms Expanding Eligibility Criteria with Emphasis on Access for Higher-Risk Groups

On Tuesday, Mar. 23, after meeting with community stakeholders and health care professionals, Gallatin City-County Health Department confirmed that it will be following the state's expanded...

 

Local Easter Egg Hunts this Saturday, Sunday

Rebekah Lodge #74 is once again hosting an Easter Egg Hunt in Three Forks. The popular annual event is scheduled for Saturday, April 3, at Stevenson Park at 11 a.m. Younger children will have a separate hunt at the tennis court at the park. There...

 
 By Brook Stroyke    News    March 31, 2021

Governor Gianforte visits local meat shop, ranch

To close out Montana Agriculture Week, Governor Greg Gianforte toured the Feddes’ Family’s Amsterdam Meat Shop in Manhattan, which was awarded a MT Meat Processing Award Grant from the CARES Act....

 

2 File for School Board

Two current trustees were the lone candidates to file for the soon to be open seats on the Three Forks School Board. According to District Business Manager Lisa Morgan, incumbents, Robert Buchholz and Mat Marx were the only candidates to file prior...

 

The Prairie Doc: With A Little Help

As a primary care physician, I walk with my patients as they face many of life’s challenges. Facing the diagnosis of dementia may be one of the hardest. Any chronic illness involves loss, but dementia threatens the loss of not only ability and...

 

Column: Loco Moco

I've learned it is never an excellent idea to go grocery shopping when you are hungry. It's also a terrible idea to watch the Food Network when between meals. As much as I know either one is not a great idea, I still do both. When it is not eating...

 

Election Department Receives Prestigious National Recognition

The Gallatin County Election Department recently received national recognition from the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) for its mobile satellite program that was used during the 2020 general election. The program included a two-day stop in Three...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 31, 2021

Long wait over for Three Forks Track and Field Team

The long wait is finally over for the Three Forks High School track and field team. After missing the 2020 season, Three Forks officially opens their 2021 campaign this week. Head Coach Tracy Welter said the coaches and athletes are super excited to...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 31, 2021

Three Forks shines at opening meet

It was a strong start to the season for the Three Forks High School Track and Field Team. Competing at the Columbus Invite, the Wolves boys team finished in third place and the girls ended the day in seventh. Just moments after the meet, Head Coach...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 31, 2021

Excellent turnout for Wolves Golf Team

There has been an excellent turnout for the 2021 Three Forks High School golf team, with over 40 kids on the Wolves roster, who will open their season on April 8 at Townsend. Head Coach Aaron Harkins said he is super excited to get the kids back on...

 
 By Ranee Berg    Community    March 31, 2021

HOME TO THREE FORKS

Three Forks gave our family a second chance," says Candi Rumelhart.  Candi and Sean met at Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell. "Sean's great great grandparents lived in Fallon, Montana and he spent most of his childhood in Libby. My...

 
 By Austin Amestoy    News    March 31, 2021

Montana State Budget Clears House of Representatives, Lawmakers Consider Ag Bill in Week 12 of Legislative Session

The state budget cleared another major hurdle in the Montana Legislature after lawmakers in the House  of Representatives passed it down party lines on Wednesday, March 24, with all 67 Republicans voting in favor and 33 Democrats against. House...

 

Governor Gianforte Extends Tax Filing Deadline to May 17

HELENA, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte recently extended the payment and filing deadlines for Montana individual income taxpayers’ 2020 tax returns to May 17, 2021.  “Last year brought real, serious challenges to Montanans, and it’s only...

 

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