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Three Rivers Laundry Open for Business

Three Forks is now home to a laundromat. Three Rivers Laundromat officially opened for business last week and is owned by Tami Hill, and managed by Brandon Harper. The new business located at 15 Main... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    April 21, 2021

Spring Work Underway on US 287 Project

Spring work has started on both the USA 287 North of Three Forks and Toston Structures Projects. According to MDT Public Information Officer Becky Bey, this week, travelers on 287 can expects to see reduced speeds and flaggers, but two-way traffic...


Farmer's Market gets early start in 2021

"Thursdays in Three Forks" will be getting an early start in 2021. At last week's City Council meeting, Three Forks Chamber member Leandra Hill and event organizer, asked the city to use John Q....

 By STAFF REPORT    News    April 21, 2021

No school election in May

There will not be a May 4 School election in Three Forks. The election was canceled after incumbents Mat Marx and Robert Buchholz were the lone candidates to file prior to the March 24 deadline. Buchholz was voted in for a one-year term in 2020, and...


'Three Forks Lunch Ladies' win statewide photo award

Throughout the school year, the "Three Forks Lunch Ladies" work hard to provide nutritious and delicious meals to students. They were recently recognized for their efforts during Luau Day at the... Full story

 By TROY DOWNING    Opinion    April 21, 2021

Guest Editorial: Is Your Insurance Company Doing What They're Supposed To?

Have you ever been the victim of an automobile accident and had the other driver’s insurance company partially blame you for the accident and require you to pay part of the claim? Nearly every driver in the United States will submit an insurance cl...


Column: Laundry and the steam tunnels

Earlier today, I wrote a story about the new laundromat in Three Forks, and it reminded me of my first experience of doing my laundry regularly. While I did do an occasional load of laundry in high school, it was not until that I made it to the... Full story


Dr. Seuss Read-Along April 27

The Three Forks Community Library will celebrate Dr. Seuss with a special online read-along event scheduled for Tuesday, April 27 at 6:30 p.m. Three Forks Librarian Fawn Venzor said they love Dr....

 By Jack H. Smith    News    April 21, 2021

Kelley discusses J&J vaccine pause

After receiving questions from numerous area residents, Gallatin City-County Health Officer Matt Kelley recently discussed the CDC and FDA recommendation to suspend the Johnson & Johnson (Jansssen) vaccine. According to Kelley, Gallatin County's...

 By Ranee Berg    Community    April 21, 2021


Somehow in all the moves with the military, Sean and Kira Gifford's paths crossed in Colorado and they married at Three Forks' Sacajawea Hotel.  When Sean was no longer in active duty with the...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    April 21, 2021

Track and Field continues hot start

As the season moves forward, the Three Forks High School track and field team has continued to put together some incredible performances. In a busy week that included a Tuesday meet in Laurel and a Friday trip to Livingston, the Wolves once again cam...

 By STAFF REPORT    Sports    April 21, 2021

Tennis team misses tourney, has busy upcoming week

The Three Forks High School tennis team will be back in action this week after not competing last week. Originally set to travel to a two-day tournament in Choteau on April 16 and 17, the team cancelled the trip after a COVID-19 exposure late in the...


Evelyn Grace (Kennedy) Brainard

Evelyn Grace (Kennedy) Brainard, 95, passed away peacefully October 23, 2020. She was born October 13, 1925 at home in Rosebud County, Montana to Joe and Gladys (Noyes) Kennedy. She joined two brothers James and Eugene. She grew up on the family... Full story


Chris Kennard

Chris Kennard slid into this world in July of 1957. His spirit soared away from a body ravaged by multiple myeloma on 14 April 2021.  He left in peace, in the sanctuary of his home in Willow Creek, MT.  His wife Becky and daughter Lillian will... Full story

 By Austin Amestoy    News    April 21, 2021

Pair of Bills Seek Prohibition on Discrimination Based on Vaccination Status, Possessing a Vaccine Passport

After the narrow defeat of a similar measure earlier in the session, lawmakers in the Montana Legislature have revived a debate over vaccine passports and exemptions. The bill is drawing supporters who are anti-vaccine and say the legislation would p...


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