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Articles from the April 6, 2022 edition

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Madison River recreationists cautioned about low water levels and asked to avoid Rainbow Trout spawning redds

Persistent drought conditions, low soil moisture and low snowpack are contributing to a forecast of continued low water levels at Hebgen Reservoir this season. The Madison River Basin is experiencing... Full story


3 qualify for Nationals

STAFF REPORT Three Forks wrestlers showed up big time at the recent 2022 Northwest 16 Under and Junior Greco and Freestyle Regionals in Centralia, Washington. Three Forks ended the tournament with three qualifiers for the 2022 16 Under and Junior... Full story


Headwaters Area Food bank asks residents to 'grow a row'

With hints of spring flowing through Three Forks air, many residents have begun preparing their gardens. To help provide a balanced diet to their clients, the Headwaters Area Food Bank asks that...


Letter to the Editor: Superintendent discusses general fund levy

Dear Three Forks Community Parents & Stakeholders, A $241,650 high school district and $398,350 elementary general fund levy will be on the May ballot following a unanimous vote by the Three Forks Public Schools Board of Trustees. Three Forks... Full story


Guest Opinion: Say no to the special session

It is important to correct the record relating to recent representations about Montana's respected 100-plus year history of conducting fair elections: There has been no credible evidence of systemic fraud in Montana elections. In fact, the Montana Se... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    April 6, 2022

Column: What did you shoot Shawn?

As I was writing a high school golf story last week, it started to bring back memories of when I decided to join the team before my freshman year in Wyoming. I had been on a golf course since I could walk, so it was only natural I join the team...

 By Ellie West    Business    April 6, 2022

Coaches Corner: Facing your fears

I am so excited to be here as I will be sharing nuggets of inspiration, stories, and encouragement. There will also be opportunities for you, our readers, to ask me anything... My name is Ellie West, as a Certified Personal Empowerment Coach, I am... Full story


Letter: Rauser give campaign update

Dear Editor/Voters of Broadwater County, When I started this journey, running for office was something that I never thought I would do. Throughout my career I have had the pleasure of having many mentors and leaders that have helped shape me into...


Gallatin County 911 Releases Annual Report

Gallatin County 911 announces the release of its inaugural annual report, which highlights a continually increasing number of calls handled by our dispatchers in our rapidly growing county. The 2021 annual report shows that Gallatin County...


Wolves start strong

STAFF REPORT There were plenty of positives in the two opening meets for the Three Forks High School Track and Field Team. The Wolves opened the season on March 31 in Columbus and would compete again on Saturday at the Class B Kickoff in Lockwood.... Full story

 By Aaron Harkins    Sports    April 6, 2022

Golfers open 2022 campaign

Surprisingly, the weather for the first golf meet (Boulder Invite on 3/28 at Bill Roberts Golf Course) of the spring season was absolutely perfect.  There were some nerves and jitters before the round and encountering a little road work on the... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    April 6, 2022

Wolves show plenty of promise against Broadwater Bulldogs

The Three Forks High School tennis team showed the season should be very bright in last week’s matchup against perennial power Broadwater High School (Townsend). Playing in just their second competition of the season, the Wolves were able to pick... Full story


Montana State University 2022 Spring Rodeo to take place April 7 to 10

From the MSU News Service  The 2022 Montana State University Spring Rodeo will run Thursday, April 7, through Sunday, April 10, at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse.  The action will begin at 7 p.m....

 By Frank Eltman    News    April 6, 2022

'Glamping' proposal threatens Gallatin River, conservationists claim

One side envisions a day when covered wagons, teepees and tents featuring plush, king-sized beds will dot a bucolic landscape, where guests can end their days at a tiki bar with an appetizer and a... Full story


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