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Articles from the May 3, 2023 edition

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 News    May 3, 2023

Voters decline school levies

Local voters denied on May 2 two levies that would have raised $674,000 for the Three Forks Schools. Voters also elected one incumbent and one newcomer for three-year terms on the Three Forks School Board. In unofficial results, the $385,350... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    May 3, 2023

Reminder to license dogs in Three Forks

While the April 15 due date has passed for the yearly licensing of dogs in Three Forks, City officials continue to encourage and stress the importance of getting their pets registered with the municipality. According to City Clerk Crystal Turner, as... Full story


Rodeo Season Underway

There was plenty of amazing action last week at the Three Forks High School and Junior High Rodeo. Voice photos by Melissa Jenkins... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Community    May 3, 2023

Give Big Gallatin Valley fundraiser this week

Over the past eight years, One Valley's Community Foundations Give Big Gallatin Valley event has raised over $11.4 million through 68,000 gifts for local nonprofits. This year's fundraiser, scheduled for May 4 and 5, will allow area residents to... Full story


SIM-MT partners with Three Forks Ambulance Staff to provide PHTLS training

Simulation in Motion Montana (SIM-MT) is partnering with Three Forks Ambulance Staff to provide cutting-edge PHTLS (prehospital trauma life support) training to local EMS providers. The collaboration... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 3, 2023

Wolves Tennis team picks up 22 wins at DawgBite

It was a busy weekend with plenty of impressive results for the Three Forks High School Tennis team at last week’s DawgBite Invitational, with the Wolves winning 22 matches over two days. In day one action, Three Forks played against Lone Peak,... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 3, 2023

Three Forks dominates Deer Lodge in 21-1 win

In their most dominant performance to date, the Three Forks High School Softball team picked up another win last week with a 21-1 road victory Friday against Deer Lodge. According to Head Coach Clay Feliciano, the Wolves racked up 11 hits and... Full story

 By Aaron Harkins    Sports    May 3, 2023

Golfers have great day in Ennis

What started out as a frosty morning on the course ended up as an absolutely beautiful day in Ennis, with some great scores coming in on the Three Forks squad. On the girls’ side, Ari Judd finished with a career low of 89 and finished in a tie for... Full story


Our view: Rummage sale a boon for Three Forks

Throughout the year, numerous events in Three Forks bring the community together. This weekend is a perfect example, with the Spring Rummage Sale scheduled for Thursday to Saturday at 124 2nd Avenue East. The rummage sale brings crowds to the... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    May 3, 2023

Column: My Dad saved the princess before I did

It has been nearly impossible the past month to turn on the television and not see a commercial for the “Super Mario Brothers” movie. While I had zero interest in seeing the film, it brought back a rush of memories of a childhood spent hours... Full story


Coaches Corner by Ellie West: Becoming Fearless

This new narrative is one of courage, strength, and resilience. It is one where we are not held back by fear. It takes bravery to confront our fears; by doing so, we can take control of our lives and create a new story within ourselves. It is... Full story

 News    May 3, 2023

City of Three Forks recommended for Recreation Trails Program Funding

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on the proposed award of almost $1.6 million in grant funds to 36 applicants through the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) in 2023. The... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    May 3, 2023

Tester discusses Family Farm and Small Business Exemption Act

In an effort to make sure Montana farm families and small business owners aren't paying higher costs to send their children to college, U.S. Senator Jon Tester and colleagues from both sides of the aisle introduced the Family Farm and Small Business... Full story

 By Reagan Colyer    Community    May 3, 2023

Montana State's new ranching system degree prepares students for post-graduation success

Growing up on a guest ranch near Emigrant meant that Cayden Rose had no doubts about his career aspirations when he arrived at Montana State University in 2019. Now a graduating senior from the...

 By Eric Dietrich    News    May 3, 2023

Gianforte signals he'll sign TikTok ban - but prefers changes first

Gov. Greg Gianforte is pushing for revisions to a proposed ban on the social media platform TikTok passed by the Legislature this month, suggesting the bill's backers amend its provisions to apply to...

 By Keely Larson    News    May 3, 2023

Montana Considers Requiring Insurance to Cover Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients

Katie Beall was diagnosed with breast cancer on March 1, 2022. Two days later, doctors told her the chemotherapy she needed would make her infertile. The next day, she started looking into how she could freeze her eggs, which would give her the...

 News    May 3, 2023

Watercraft inspection stations open across most of Montana: 2,000 inspected so far this year

With the exception of Eureka, watercraft inspection stations are open. All vehicles transporting any type of boat, including canoes, kayaks, paddleboards and rafts are required to stop at all inspection stations they encounter. Watercraft inspection...

 News    May 3, 2023

Governor Gianforte Increases Public Access with Block Management Reforms

At the Sieben Ranch Block Management Area, Governor Greg Gianforte last week signed a bill to double the payment cap for landowners increasing public access through Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) Block Management Program. "Thanks to generous...

 News    May 3, 2023

Sheriff Springer releases name of recent death suspected to be related to food-borne illness

In the morning hours of Saturday, April 29, 2023, the Gallatin County Coroner’s Office investigated a death that occurred at the Bozeman Health Deaconess Regional Medical Center. The victim was identified as 64-year-old Donna Ventura of Belgrade.... Full story

 News    May 3, 2023

Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 1, 2023

Page 1 of 40 GCSO Media Report - All Printed on May 2, 2023 Date/Time Call For Service #: Location Type of Call 05/01/23 00:17:01 CFS23-049552 TRAFFIC STOP 05/01/23 00:17:01 - Sullivan, Jessica - 679 - Traffic Stop 05/01/23 00:17:07 - Sullivan,... Full story

 News    May 3, 2023

Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 2, 2023

Page 1 of 36 GCSO Media Report - All Printed on May 3, 2023 Date/Time Call For Service #: Location Type of Call 05/02/23 00:30:21 CFS23-050063 CLOUD NINE RD and DRIVEWAY (202.2 feet) MISSING PERSON - LOCATED 05/02/23 00:30:21 - Largess, Andrew - New... Full story

 News    May 3, 2023

Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 3, 2023

Page 1 of 40 GCSO Media Report - All Printed on May 4, 2023 Date/Time Call For Service #: Location Type of Call 05/03/23 01:07:17 CFS23-050580 WOODEN SHOE LN and WOODEN SHOE PATROL CHECK 05/03/23 01:07:17 - Pawlikowski, Derrick - 622 - Field Event 05... Full story

 News    May 3, 2023

Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 4, 2023

Page 1 of 39 GCSO Media Report - All Printed on May 5, 2023 Date/Time Call For Service #: Location Type of Call 05/04/23 00:10:00 CFS23-051101 VAQUERO PKWY and DRIVEWAY (57.1 feet) COMMS PROB 05/04/23 00:10:01 - Solberg, Geoff - Scheduled Call - Log... Full story

 News    May 3, 2023

Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 5, 2023

Page 1 of 30 GCSO Media Report - All Printed on May 6, 2023 Date/Time Call For Service #: Location Type of Call 05/05/23 02:14:50 CFS23-051587 E VALLEY CENTER RD and DRIVEWAY (19.1 BURGLAR 05/05/23 02:14:50 - Quimby, Joshua - New CFS - ZONE 9 SW... Full story

 News    May 3, 2023

Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 6, 2023

Page 1 of 27 GCSO Media Report - All Printed on May 7, 2023 Date/Time Call For Service #: Location Type of Call 05/06/23 00:29:36 CFS23-052025 OUT W/ VEHICLE 05/06/23 00:29:36 - Crawford, Maya - 615 - RED DOGE RAM 05/06/23 00:34:49 - Crawford, Maya... Full story


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