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 By Jack H. Smith    News    April 27, 2022

Emergency Services a focal point of joint meeting

Concern about emergency services in the southern end of Broadwater County was a focal point of the discussion of last week's joint meeting between the Gallatin and Broadwater County Commissions. The... Full story

 

Convicted killer receives 3 life sentences

Lloyd Barrus was sentenced to three concurrent life sentences in Montana State Prison last Friday for his role in the 2017 murder of Broadwater County Sheriff Deputy Mason Moore. Barrus was found guilty in September of three counts of deliberate...

 

Final draft growth policy chapters released

After months of preparation and anticipation, the final chapters of the Three Forks draft growth policy plan, which focus on plans for future land use as well as the goals and policies that will guide development for years to come, are ready for... Full story

 

Three Forks Schools face staffing shortages

The Three Forks School system is continuing to deal with significant staffing difficulties. In recent editions, the Three Forks Voice has addressed the challenges that the Three Forks School District...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    April 27, 2022

High School, junior high rodeo set for April 30, May 1

It's once again time for rodeo in Three Forks. The 2022 Three Forks High School Rodeo is scheduled for Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1, at the rodeo arena. Rodeo Board Secretary Christina Kamps said the high school rodeo is almost always the... Full story

 

Column: Music on MTV

I’m old enough to remember when MTV played videos rather than a 24/7 schedule that does not include any music. Earlier this year, I giggled when I saw they still host the MTV Music Awards and found this strange since they most likely haven’t...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    April 27, 2022

Three Forks wins 16 matches versus Red Lodge, Forsyth

It was a great week of results for the Three Forks High School tennis team. Wolves Head Coach Janna Lauver said it was a beautiful and successful day of tennis last Tuesday in Billings, with the team... Full story

 
 By Aaron Harkins    Sports    April 27, 2022

Three Forks fares well at Manhattan Christian Invite

The Montana Spring weather showed up once again for the Manhattan Christian Invitational at Cottonwood Hills golf club on the 19th with the golfers playing through a few hefty snow flurries before the weather decided to cooperate.  At the end of... Full story

 

Wrestlers dominate in Butte

Three Forks wrestling had an incredible showing on April 23 and 24 at the\Montana State Freestyle and Greco Tournaments in Butte. Every wrestler representing Three Forks is either qualified or in...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    April 27, 2022

Wolves shine in Livingston

It was a tremendous outing last Thursday for the Three Forks High School girls track and field team with a first-place finish at the Park Hex Invite in Livingston. "The girls had a great day! They won the meet by quite a bit, and all of us were very...

 

Historical Society meeting set for May 5

The monthly meeting of the Three Forks Area Historical Society will be held on Thursday, May 5, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. at the Methodist Annex. Agenda items include summer plans for both museums and the Historical Society, updates on new acquisitions for...

 

Gallatin County homes sell quickly in March; Sellers receive more than asking price on average

Single family homes and condos and townhomes in Gallatin County fetched more than 100% of their asking price on average during March. Homes also sold quickly, averaging around 20 days on the market. While new listings and the inventory of available...

 

MSU Extension study: Quality of life a top factor for people moving into and within Montana

From the MSU News Service BOZEMAN - Only about a third of people moving into and within Montana between 2016 and 2021 moved for work, according to a study released this week by Montana State University and MSU Extension. Better access to the...

 

Farmers, ranchers, and property owners need to be bear aware

HELENA – As grizzly bears emerge from their dens across the state the potential for conflicts with farmers, ranchers and other producers is increasing. In the past few years, bears have been spotted in areas where they haven’t been for more than...

 

Health officer gives update

We have seen a slight uptick in COVID-19 cases over the last couple days. Increasing case numbers is not unexpected given the trends we have seen in other parts of the nation due to a highly transmissible sub variant of Omicron known as BA.2, and...

 

Legislature rejects special session request

An effort to call a special session of the Montana Legislature via lawmaker poll failed to gain majority support last week. According to the results compiled by the Montana Secretary of State’s office after the 5 p.m. deadline, 44 legislators...

 

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