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Articles from the April 20, 2022 edition

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City receives $2 million in ARPA funding

STAFF REPORT There was some fantastic news last week for the City of Three Forks when the municipality was informed they would be awarded a $2 million American Rescue Plan Act grant for their ongoing water project. According to City officials, the... Full story

 

Public hearings fill the Council Agenda

The Three Forks City Council held a public hearing for the first reading of four amendments regarding adult marijuana use, city water system regulations and proposed zoning changes. The city council... Full story

 

FCCLA Chapter Receives National Award

Reston, VA - The Three Forks Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapter was recently selected to receive the 2022 FCCLA National Runner Up Financial Fitness Award. Financial Fitness is a peer education program, created by FCCLA,... Full story

 

American Heritage Girls Troop formed in Three Forks

After recent leadership training at the US Naval War College in Rhode Island with the Nation's security concerns fresh in her mind, COL Tracy Schmitt of Three Forks saw the need to develop local youth to embrace what the forefathers of the United... Full story

 

Information about upcoming General Fund Levy

From the Three Forks School District Ballots for the Three Forks Schools general fund levy are being delivered this week.  The TFS has information on their website and has also shared information that addresses specific questions from the public on...

 

Our View: Importance of rummage sale, food bank

Later this week, the Three Forks United Methodist Church will start accepting donations for their Spring Rummage Sale. This is a fantastic opportunity for residents to go through items they may not use that could be donated for an extremely...

 

Column: Snow Day

Just when I thought winter had taken its final bow, last week was a perfect example of this was not the case. Mother Nature will do whatever it wants, and I might have to wait a few weeks to bring out the lawnmower. Growing up in Wyoming and having...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    April 20, 2022

Missouri Headwaters State Park receives River Fund grant

A project to trim hazardous trees at Missouri Headwaters State Park near Three Forks was one of six 2022 public recreation projects awarded grants and matching funds from the Missouri-Madison River... Full story

 

One Valley Community Foundation Releases A Seat at the Table 2021 Outcomes Report on Housing

This week, One Valley Community Foundation is releasing a report from the A Seat at the Table initiative that documents the stories and ideas of Gallatin County community members about addressing housing availability and affordability issues. On Octo...

 

County Establishes C-PACE District to Assist Businesses With Energy-Efficient Projects

stablished a C-PACE program in Gallatin County, which will provide financial help to small business owners who wish to invest in energy efficiency upgrades and renewable energy projects. On Tuesday, April 12, commissioners approved a resolution to...

 

MT Highway 64 Rural Commuter Corridor TIGER Grant Project Update

Thanks to many valuable local partnerships, Gallatin County is in the process of awarding the MT Highway 64 TIGER Grant project to the low bidder.  Pending approval from the Federal Highway Administration, the project is likely to begin in 2022. In... Full story

 

The Pandemic Exacerbates the 'Paramedic Paradox' in Rural America

Even after she's clocked out, Sarah Lewin keeps a Ford Explorer outfitted with medical gear parked outside her house. As one of just four paramedics covering five counties across vast, sprawling...

 

Weather leads to cancellations

STAFF REPORT The three spring sports teams at Three Forks High School had their events canceled last week due to the wintry conditions across Southwest Montana. According to Head Coach Janna Lauver, the team postponed their meet scheduled for...

 

New elk hunting access agreements process implemented

HELENA – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is implementing a new process for elk hunting access (EHA) agreements to provide more transparency with the public and landowners and allow for a clearer process for Fish and Wildlife Commission review....

 
 By Ellie West    Community    April 20, 2022

Coaches Corner: The newness of Spring

Spring is such a beautiful time of year. I am in awe of the beauty that surrounds us every day. Do you ever stop to notice the smell of the spring rain, the new blossoms, the birds, and the children playing outside? There is new life everywhere. It s...

 

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