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Three Forks, Willow Creek Graduation This Week

High School graduation ceremonies will take place this week in both Three Forks and Willow Creek. The Three Forks High School Class of 2021 will graduate in a ceremony scheduled for Sunday, May 23, at 2 p.m. The 2021 Willow Creek graduation is... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    May 19, 2021

Council Approves New Condominiums

The Three Forks City Council voted last week to approve the request from DeHann Construction for a conditional use permit for three new residential condominiums. The governing unanimously approved the permit for the condominiums located at the... Full story


Tickets on sale for 2021 Country Jam

Tickets are now on sale for the 2021 Headwaters Country Jam scheduled for August 19 to 21 at the "Bridge" near Three Forks. The three heading acts announced last week are Midland, Clay Walker, and Dustin Lynch. Other acts heading to the 2021...


End of the Year Baseball Tourney Saturday

This Saturday, May 22, will be an excellent opportunity for local baseball fans with Three Forks Baseball hosting the 2021 Gallatin Valley End of the Year Tournament. Games will take place at both Magris Field and Bertagnoli Park starting at 8 a.m....


Groundbreaking Ceremony Takes Place Last Week

Last Thursday, it was a monumental occasion with the official groundbreaking for the Three Forks School District Addition and Renovation Project.... Full story

 By Jim Kelly    Opinion    May 19, 2021

Guest Editorial: Chair Discusses Fatality Marker Program

State Leaders applauded the program as “…One of the finest projects I have ever seen undertaken by an Organization. . .” Numerous enough to notice, infrequent enough to startle at seeing, they stimulate reverence, sorrow, sympathy, curiosity,...

 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    May 19, 2021

Column: Fried Chicken and Graduation

With the Three Forks High School 2021 graduation ceremony just days away, this is the perfect time to write a column about Colonel Sanders. Whoever reads this might be a little bit confused about what those two things have to do with each other.... Full story


Local Health Officer Face Coverings Order Rescinded

Based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued last Thursday, and on improving epidemiology of the COVID-19 outbreak in Gallatin County, Health Officer Matt Kelley rescinded the local Health Officer order related to...


Streamflows in Some Montana Rivers this Summer Could be Below Average Due to Dry March and April

Following on the heels of a March which yielded well below average mountain and valley precipitation, April delivered the same pattern of dryness with monthly temperatures once again vacillating from well above average to well below average during...


Museum Volunteer Orientation set for May 20

There will be a Volunteer Orientation held Thursday, May 20, at 9:30 a.m. at the Headwaters Heritage Museum, 202 S. Main. The purpose of this meeting is to orient volunteers to changes and new additions to displays, such as the Willow Creek Room...


Update on the 2021 Three Forks All Class Reunion

Here is the latest regarding the 2021 All School Reunion... Plans are being made for an All School Reunion this summer during what is hoped to be Rodeo Weekend (Friday, July 16 - Saturday, July 17), unless due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our...

 By Ranee Berg    Community    May 19, 2021


Linzi Cazier's family just can't stay away from Three Forks.   "My Great Grandpa Walter Smith's family came to Three Forks with his family from Illinois with the railroad and graduated from Three For... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 19, 2021

Three Forks Wins Divisional Golf Title

The Three Forks High School golf team won the team title at last week's 2021 Class B Western Divisional Tournament at Eagle Bend Golf Course in Big Fork. The Wolves won the title with a team score of...

 By Matt Volz    News    May 19, 2021

5 Things to Know About Health Care Changes in Montana

HELENA, Mont. — The 2021 Montana legislative session will be remembered as one of the state’s most consequential as a Republican-led legislature and governor’s office passed new laws restricting abortions, lowering taxes and regulating...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 19, 2021

Three Forks impressive to start postseason

The Three Forks High School track and field team started off the postseason with a bang. Competing at last Friday's 5B District Meet in Belgrade, the Wolves qualified 17 out of 20 student-athletes...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 19, 2021

Dynamic Duo Qualifies for State, Team Finishes Third

For the first time since the program started in 2018, the Three Forks High School tennis team has qualified players for the state tournament. The senior doubles team Katie Hayder and Kinzee Howey...


Application deadline extended for participants on Madison River Work Group

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission is seeking additional applicants for the Madison River Work Group. The general application period closed April 23, however more applications are needed from people with Madison Valley business interests. The...


Governor Signs Pro-Job Acts

Governor Greg Gianforte last week signed two pro-jobs, pro-growth bills into law, the Entrepreneur Magnet Act and Corporate Tax Modernization Act. “We’re focused on reforming our tax code to make Montana more friendly to job creators so they can...


USDA Announces 2021 Signup Period for its Soil Health and Income Protection Program

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced that agricultural producers in the Prairie Pothole states can now sign up for the Soil Health and Income Protection Program (SHIPP), which provides a short-term option to plant cover on less...


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