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Articles from the April 28, 2021 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    April 28, 2021

Commission Approves Rest Area Design-Build Project

The Montana Transportation Commission unanimously voted last Thursday to approve a staff recommendation on a design-build contract for a new rest area at Interstate 90 exit 274 in Broadwater County near Three Forks. The commission voted to award the...

 By Jack H. Smith    News    April 28, 2021

High School Rodeo Saturday, Sunday

Rodeo is back in Three Forks. After having the 2020 season canceled, action will return this weekend with the Three Forks High School Rodeo. The two-day event is scheduled to begin Saturday, May 1 at... Full story


Proposed Resurfacing Project on Montana Secondary Highway 205 Near Three Forks

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to announce and invite the public to comment on a proposal to resurface about 15 miles of Montana Secondary Highway 205, northeast of Three Forks. The project begins on the north side of the T... Full story


Busy slate includes rummage sale, May Day events

There will be no shortage of things to do this week in Three Forks. The packed schedule will kick off with the Three Forks United Methodist Church Spring Rummage Sale on Thursday, April 29, and will also feature a plethora of promotions on Main... Full story


Our View: Great to see packed schedule

There certainly should be a buzz in the air this week in the Three Forks, with a variety of events planned later in the week. The busy schedule kicks off Thursday with the United Methodist Church Spring Rummage Sale, and Saturday, May 1, will...


Column: Concert Season

When I was a junior in high school, I was able to go to my first concert, and it was an eye-opening experience I will never forget. I had been to a few concerts at the local fair, but it was nothing like what I would experience when I was able to... Full story


Cavern tours start May 28

As Winter winds down and Spring begins, employees at Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park are preparing to open. The cave and cave tours will open to the public on a first come-first-served basis on...

 By Jack H. Smith    News    April 28, 2021

Bids come in $1 million under budget

There was a double dose of good news at last week's Three Forks School Board meeting. Andy Becker, Project Manager for Hulteng CCM, reported the bids opened March 31 for the Three Forks School building addition and renovation project, and they came...

 By STAFF REPORT    Sports    April 28, 2021

Wolves perform strong at MCHS event

Faced with the daunting task of competing against a 20-team field, the Three Forks High School track and field team once again showed they could compete with the best in the state at last Thursday's...


New sign-up process for GCCHD COVID vaccine clinics

The Gallatin City-County Health Department is introducing a new, easier way to sign up for COVID-19 vaccine clinics hosted by the county. Gallatin County residents can simply visit...


Three Forks battles weather in busy week

The Three Forks High School tennis team battled the elements with a busy week of action that included competing on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The Wolves opened the weekend with a...


Gallatin County warning of vaccine scam

The Gallatin City-County Health Department has been notified of a potential scam in the Gallatin County area. Individuals are calling and asking to reschedule your second dose COVID-19 vaccine appointment, and they are asking for irrelevant personal... Full story


FWP announces change to walleye regulation in section of Missouri River, Canyon Ferry and Hauser reservoirs

Anglers need to be aware of a new fishing regulation change for walleye on the Missouri River from Toston through Canyon Ferry and Hauser Reservoir.   The new regulation went into effect April 1 and are limits for walleye of 10 daily, only one over... Full story


Biking for Bach making stop in Three Forks

A community bike ride will pass through Churchill, Manhattan, and Three Forks on May 22. The ride begins at 11am in Churchill at Sara Terrace Gazebo, with a lunch stop at Cafe Z in Manhattan, ending at the Iron Horse Cafe in Three Forks. Violinist...


Governor signs into law Montana Trades Education Credit

At the construction site for SCHEELS, Governor Greg Gianforte last week signed into law the Montana Trades Education Credit (M-TEC) to expand trades education in the state. “Many jobs require specialized skills, and M-TEC ensures that Montanans...


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