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Fish mortality observed in lower Madison River

Fisheries biologists with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks are monitoring an area of the Madison River where a number of dead fish have been observed. A cause of the mortalities has not yet been determined. Biologists have collected many samples... Full story


Seat Open on School Board

There is a vacancy of the Three Forks School Board. At last week’s monthly meeting, the board voted unanimously to accept the resignation of Stephene Kamerman. She was first elected to the position in May of 2019. The board also approved to...


Donations huge for local food bank

With an increasing need for donations at the Headwaters Area Food Bank in Three Forks, local youth have once again stepped up for the betterment of the community. Over the past two months, the Food Ba...


First Farmer's Market of year next week

The Three Forks Farmer's Market will open their 2021 season next week. As part of "Thursdays in Three Forks," the market is scheduled for Thursday, June 3, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at John Quincy Adams Milwaukee Park. New to the market in 2021 will be...


Three Forks Class of 2021 Graduates in Sunday Ceremony

The Three Forks High School Class of 2021 graduated in a ceremony Sunday in the new gym. The Valedictorians for the class are Michael Boyd, Allyson Kamps, Emma Lamb, Devon Potts, and Cora Tollison.... Full story


Local FFA Chapter Creating Community Garden

Do you want a garden, but have no space? Three Forks FFA has your solution with their brand-new community garden! They are offering thirteen 6' x 12' raised garden beds on a first-come-first-served...


The Prairie Doc: Dear Moms, I See You

This has been an exhausting year for moms. Last spring, we had no idea we would still be dealing with this pandemic a year later. It presented difficult decisions, such as in-person school or remote learning, how to work from home while caring for...

 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    May 26, 2021

Column: The Mower

Before moving to Montana six years ago, it had been quite a while since I had a nice yard that I could enjoy. The last place I lived had a nice big patch of dirt in front of the house, which was depressing, and since I didn’t own the home, I... Full story


2 Graduate at Friday Ceremony in Willow Creek

Colton Koosman (left), and James Stieb received their diplomas last Friday at the 2021 Willow Creek Graduation. Photos by Melissa Jenkins...


Magpie Fair this Weekend

Cedar Rose produce Farm, located in Clarkston at 11616 Crystal Mountain Road, is now hosting a Farmers Market with local Farmers, Artist, Crafters and Services, called ‘The Magpie Fair’. The event is monthly, falling just before or on the weekend... Full story


Three Forks Historical Society Meeting June 3

The monthly meeting of the Three Forks Area Historical Society will be held June 3, 2021, at the Methodist Annex. Agenda items include: the progress of the new security systems for the downtown museum and the depot, report on the new roof for the...

 By Ranee Berg    Community    May 26, 2021

Home to Three Forks: Jim & Diane Phillips

Jim Phillips' parents were planning on settling in Washington state in 1928 but on their way from Minnesota they ran out of money in Three Forks. "The people in town were so good to them that they... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 26, 2021

11 Wolves Headed to State

The Three Forks High School track and field team will conclude their 2021 season with 11 athletes competing at the Class B State Meet scheduled for May 27 to 29 in Laurel. The large group of Wolves...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 26, 2021

Howey, Hayder win 3 matches at state tournament in Missoula

Following a state-clinching victory at the recent Divisional Tournament, Three Forks High School senior tennis player Kinzee Howey said she and doubles partner Katie Hayder had tears right away following the match. There emotions were certainly... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 26, 2021

Three Forks golf finishes sixth at state

The Three Forks High School girls golf team impressively concluded the 2021 season, finishing in sixth place at last week’s Class B State Golf Tournament in Billings. “The Lady Wolves had a very commendable appearance in the State tournament....

 By Alex Sakariassen    News    May 26, 2021

Regents will take constitutional carry to court

The Montana Board of Regents announced last week it will push for a judicial review of the state's new "constitutional carry" law, which is poised to allow students and university staff to carry conce... Full story


Montana's Unemployment Rate Declined in April

Montana’s unemployment rate declined from 3.8% in March to 3.7% in April. The unemployment rate for the U.S. was 6.1% for the month. “Montana’s economic recovery depends on getting Montanans back to work into good-paying jobs, allowing our...


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