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Articles from the May 10, 2023 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    May 10, 2023

MDT meeting May 23, rest area opening soon

The Montana Department of Transportation is hosting a public meeting on May 23 in Townsend with Butte Operations Manager Gino Liva on hand to update and answer questions from area residents. In a Facebook post to county residents, Commissioner Debi R... Full story


Montana's Snowpack Peaks and Snowmelt is in Full Swing

After a couple of months of above normal precipitation across most of Montana, active weather largely slowed down in April. "In typical Montana fashion, last month's weather consisted of a... Full story


Sayers, Kennedy elected to TF School Board

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...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 10, 2023

Wolves tennis competes in East Helena, Divisionals May 15 and 16

The Three Forks High School Tennis team battled cold and rainy conditions at last week’s Jefferson Invite in East Helena. According to Head Coach Janna Lauver, the Wolves had a few key matches against host Jefferson to help their seeding at... Full story


Three Forks excels at State Music Festival

Three Forks High School students competed last Friday at the State Music Festival in Billings. According to Music Teacher Jonathan Sutton, it was a great weekend for the four students who made the... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 10, 2023

Golfers shines at Friday's home event

On a perfect day for play last Thursday at their home course, the Three Forks High School Golf team did not disappoint with a fantastic performance at the annual Headwaters Invite. "Our kids ended up... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 10, 2023

Regular season winding down for Three Forks Softball

The regular season is coming to an end for the Three Forks High School Softball team. The Wolves wrap up the program's first regular season on May 9 at home against Anaconda, a game Head Coach Clay Feliciano will likely be a must-win to advance to...

 By Rollie Miller    Opinion    May 10, 2023

Guest Op-Ed: Dams - I really like them

Disclaimer: The views expressed in Op-Ed’s published in the Three Forks Voice are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the publication. Dams – I really like them. As the manager of Vigilante Electric Cooperative, I am very...

 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    May 10, 2023

Column: You better stop this Greyhound Bus

If you ever want to be extremely uncomfortable on a long trip, I highly recommend riding a Greyhound Bus. A few years back, I was able to take a few trips on a Greyhound, and it is something I still think of a lot – and not fondly. On one... Full story


Gallatin City-County Health Department, DPHHS Continue to Investigate Foodborne Outbreak

The Gallatin City-County Health Department, the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS), other local health departments, and federal agencies continue to investigate the foodborne illness outbreak linked to eating food at Dave's Sushi...


Coaches Corner by Ellie West: No Regrets

Have you ever experienced - “What was I thinking?”… “Why did I do that?” … “ I can’t believe I said that!” … or “Why didn’t I stand up and say something?” These are all common expressions of regret, and we all have them at...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 10, 2023

Three Forks Track and Field Athletes continue to set PRs

It was another week of numerous personal bests for the Three Forks High School Track and Field Team. Head Coach Casey McWethy said the team had 31 PRs at Saturday's meet in Laurel. Three Forks... Full story


Vacancy of Three Forks City Council

For the second time in 2023, the Three Forks City Council has had a member resign. City officials announced last week that longtime Councilmember Debra Mickelberry has resigned effective immediately. Every resident of the City of Three Forks who is... Full story


Justice court send out 4,500 summonses

The Gallatin County Justice Court sent out 4,500 jury summonses to citizens last week. If you receive one, that means you’re a prospective juror in our Justice Court jury pool beginning Sept. 1 and ending Aug. 31, 2024. This is not a summons for a...


Well water testing kits available in Gallatin County

Unlike public drinking water systems that serve many people, private wells are not monitored by public health authorities. When you are a private well owner, you are responsible for monitoring the quality of your drinking water and ensuring its...


Boaters should be prepared for high water this spring

With the high levels of snow and very warm temperatures this spring, boaters can expect high waters soon. The combination of high water and high expectations can be deadly when conditions are too extreme for safe boating. It can be hard to put...


Bill sponsor pushes for veto override after Gianforte rejects popular marijuana tax bill

The sponsor of a popular initiative seeking to divvy up more than $50 million of marijuana tax revenue is requesting that lawmakers be given an opportunity to override a veto Gov. Greg Gianforte issued in the final hours of the 2023 legislative...


Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park announces tours for 2023 season

Staff at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park are pleased to reopen the cave for the 2023 season. Tours will be offered through Sept. 30. Both first-come-first-served tours and reservable tours will... Full story


Update on pre-hospital trauma life support

Three Forks Area Ambulance Service hosted Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support training this past weekend, May 6th, and 7th. The course was provided by Montana State EMS and was funded by the Department of Transportation Grants. Emergency medical... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 8, 2023

Page 1 of 37 GCSO Media Report - All Printed on May 9, 2023 Date/Time Call For Service #: Location Type of Call 05/08/23 00:09:51 CFS23-052718 INTERSTATE 90 HWY and ON RAMP (0.1 RECKLESS 05/08/23 00:09:51 - Perry, Morgan - New CFS 05/08/23 00:10:23 -... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 9, 2023

Page 1 of 38 GCSO Media Report - All Printed on May 10, 2023 Date/Time Call For Service #: Location Type of Call 05/09/23 03:27:33 CFS23-053243 FRONTAGE RD and DRIVEWAY (56.4 feet) BURGLAR 05/09/23 03:27:33 - Sullivan, Jessica - New CFS - ZONE - 1... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 10, 2023

Page 1 of 36 GCSO Media Report - All Printed on May 11, 2023 Date/Time Call For Service #: Location Type of Call 05/10/23 00:26:03 CFS23-053664 RAINBOW RD and S 19TH AVE (126.6 feet) DUI 05/10/23 00:26:03 - Greer, Andrew - New CFS 05/10/23 00:26:23... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 11, 2023

GCSO Media Report - All Printed on May 12, 2023 Date/Time Call For Service #: 05/11/23 00:15:32 CFS23-054162 05/11/23 00:15:32 - Russell, Natalie - 666 05111/23 00:20:56 - Russell, Natalie - 66 - 05111/23 00:23:34 - Russell, Natalie 05111/23... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 13, 2023

Date/Time Call For Service#: 05/13/23 00:15:51 CFS23-055163 Location W CAMERON BRIDGE RD and DRIVEWAY 05/13/23 00:15:51 - Morley, Logan - 602- Field Event 05/13/23 00:18:58 - Largess, Andrew - 602 - 3 VEH 05/13/23 00:41 :53 - Morley, Logan - 602 - Co... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report May 12, 2023

Date/Time Call For Service#: 05/12/23 00:32:08 CFS23-054659 05/12/23 00:32:08 - Greer, Andrew - New CFS Location CULVER PL and ACCESS (57.9 feet) 05/12/23 00:32:21 - Greer, Andrew - "YOUR GD RIGHT IM CALLING THE COPS" 05/12/23 00:33:08 - Greer,... Full story


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