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Articles from the April 13, 2022 edition

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Below normal snowfall in March

March did not bring a much-needed shift to active weather patterns that would have benefited other mountain snowpack. March precipitation was well below normal across most of Montana. As a result, mos... Full story

 

Spring Rummage Sale later this month

It's once again time for the annual Three Forks United Methodist Church Spring Rummage Sale. The sale is scheduled for April 28 to April 30 and is one of two per year hosted by the church located at 1... Full story

 

Go Safety LLC open for business in Three Forks

A new local business will make it easier for Three Forks area residents, visitors, and businesses to get First Aid and CPR Training. Go Safety LLC was recently opened by Ashley Montgomery, who already has classes scheduled for late April and May.... Full story

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    April 13, 2022

Raffety signs with Ore Diggers

One of the best golfers in Class B, Three Forks senior Taylor Raffety, is continuing her career at the collegiate level. Raffety signed a letter of intent last Thursday to play golf at Montana Tech... Full story

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    April 13, 2022

Long picked to play in prestigious all-star game

Three Forks High School senior Owen Long, who recently earned All-State honors as part of the 2022 Wolves state basketball championship team, has been named to the roster for the prestigious Midland Roundtable Montana-Wyoming All-Star Series. The... Full story

 

Opinion: Daines, Risch response to Haaland editorial

Idaho and Montana’s successful recovery of the gray wolf was a significant achievement in species conservation. In less than ten years, not only were biological recovery targets for gray wolves met, they were exceeded. Unfortunately, delisting of t...

 

Column: Poppers

The older I get, the less social life I have, and I am completely okay with this. I remember often being told that I was a “social butterfly,” but those days are long gone, and I’m fine with getting done with work and getting into pajamas hours... Full story

 

Election 2022: Three Forks Schools Mill Levy FAQ

Why does the district need a general fund mill levy when the community just passed a bond? Bonds are used to finance building projects, construction, or real estate purchases.  Mill levies are for operational costs.  Expenditures from each are... Full story

 

Election 2022: Emily Kennedy running for school board

Could you please give a bit of background about yourself?  I am a mother of three – my daughter is in Ms. Locke's first grade class and my twin boys will start kindergarten in the Fall at TFES. They currently attend Grace Lutheran Preschool with M... Full story

 

Election 2022: Potts running for 3-year term

Could you please give a bit of background about yourself? My name is Christian Potts, My family moved to Montana 35+ years ago. My husband, children and I have lived in Three Forks for just over nine years. I was homeschooled through high school and... Full story

 
 By Janna Lauver    Sports    April 13, 2022

Three Forks tennis fares well despite rough weather

Three Forks Tennis had a great weekend at the Choteau Invitational despite the blistering heat on Friday and the freezing winds on Saturday. We played single Pro set six matches without ads to keep all of the teams playing throughout Friday.... Full story

 
 By Ellie West    Community    April 13, 2022

Coaches Corner: Heart to Heart

Webster’s dictionary defines comparison as a consideration or estimate of the similarities or dissimilarities between two things or people. Let’s talk about it…as comparing yourself to others affects many…not just a select few. Being in the...

 

Spring black bear hunting season opens April 15

The spring black bear hunting season starts April 15. There are several changes to the black bear hunting regulations in 2022, including • A new 48-hour reporting requirement for all black bear harvests • A new black bear season in Region 6...

 

Wolves track and field compete at Townsend Invite

STAFF REPORT The Three Forks High School track and team had several top ten finishes at last week’s Townsend Invite at East Helena High School. Brielle Davis had a strong day for Three Forks finishing second in the javelin and eighth in the 400...

 

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