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Articles from the April 7, 2021 edition

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Rebekah Lodge Hosts Annual Easter Egg Hunt

There were plenty of smiles with the return of the Rebekah Lodge Easter Egg Hunt in Three Forks. The popular event took place last Saturday at Stevenson Park. Voice photos by Melissa... Full story


Chamber Annual Dinner Set For April 24

The Three Forks Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner & Meeting is back better than ever in 2021. After having the event canceled in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the popular annual event will... Full story


Filing for City Positions Begins April 22

The filing period for this November’s Municipal Election in Three Forks will begin later this month.  Three Council seats and Mayor Sean Gifford’s position are all up for re-election, with filing beginning on April 22 and closing on June 21,...


Lewis & Clark Caverns Earth Day Event April 22

Montana State Parks invites the public to celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day by participating in Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park's largest volunteer event of the year! The annual trails repair and weed management day at Montana's very...


Updates to Covid-19 Vaccine Sign-Up Process

Starting April 1, 2021, Gallatin County began following the state's guidelines on expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to anyone 16 years or older. However, officials continue to provide dedicated a... Full story


Philip Olson

“Happy Trails, Cowboy” Philip Olson was born to Jesse P. and Grace Olson on 12-7-1934 in Judith Gap, MT. The family moved to Bozeman where Phil grew up working on his family’s ranch in Kelly Canyon. He married DarLyne Short in 1954 and was late... Full story


Letters to the Editor

A concerning bill is about to become law in Montana. I urge our representatives not to support SB 100. Serving not-for-profit organizations showed me situations that work against the common good. This bill, named as anti-fraud, hurts our needy...

 By Jon Tester    Opinion    April 7, 2021

Guest Editorial: Targeted COVID Package Will Reopen Our Economy

One year into this pandemic, Montanans are finally starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Our vaccines are safe and effective, COVID cases are falling thanks to the tireless efforts of our frontline health care workers, and Spring is on...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    April 7, 2021

Wolves Strong 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    April 7, 2021

Three Forks Tennis Features Strong Returning Players, Talented Newcomers

With the three Forks High School tennis teams’ season underway, the Wolves will face their 2021 season with almost an equal balance of returning players and newcomers. According to Head Coach Janna Lauver, the team welcomes back eight players from...

 By Eric Dietrich    News    April 7, 2021

Multibillion stimulus bill aims to spur Montana into post-COVID prosperity

HELENA — Racing to beat a procedural deadline, Montana lawmakers have advanced a first-draft plan for spending billions of dollars in federal stimulus money through an initial vote in the state House less than three weeks after President Joe Biden...

 By Ranee Berg    Community    April 7, 2021

HOME TO THREE FORKS: Thurston Family

"Everything we owned in 2 horse trailers," describes Deanna Thurston of her family's move to Three Forks June, 1990 from Nebraska, where Deanna was born and raised.  Her husband, Brandon, was also... Full story


Gallatin County Health Officer Kelley Announces Departure

Bozeman, Montana – Matt Kelley, Health Officer at Gallatin City-County Health Department (GCCHD), announced on Wednesday that he has accepted a new position as the first chief executive officer of the Montana Public Health Institute (MTPHI).... Full story


Jackie McDonnell

Jackie was born October 11, 1930 in Butte to parents Marjorie C. and Paul Best. She spent her early years in Butte, then moved with her parents to Sheridan, Montana while in grade school. Jackie attended Western Montana Normal College in Dillon... Full story


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