Articles from the June 1, 2022 edition
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Montana's First C-PACE Loan Saves Business Costs, Reduces Water Waste
The Montana Department of Commerce and the Montana Facility Finance Authority recently announced the loan closing for Montana's first Commercial Property Assessed Capital Enhancement (C-PACE) project... Full story
City council approves new lighting district boundary
The Three Forks City Council passed a resolution to exclude properties within city limits larger than one acre from the town’s special improvement lighting district tax rolls during its May 24 meeting. The decision to amend the district boundaries... Full story
Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park announces tour tickets available online for 2022 season
Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park cave tour tickets can now be reserved in advance for the 2022 season. Starting June 1, visitors can reserve tickets for June 4 through Sept. 30 by visiting... Full story
Guest Editorial: While Montana businesses are in favor of comprehensive reform, CI-121 is neither comprehensive nor a reform
The Montana Chamber of Commerce is the state’s largest business advocacy organization, representing small and large business from rural to urban communities. Improving Montana’s tax climate is part of our strategic plan, supported across the dive... Full story
Coaches Corner: Celebrate Yourself and Others
Birthdays are so special, especially among children. I called my granddaughter last night, as today, would be her sixth birthday. Excitement mounts as her birthday quickly approached and it is finally here! It's her special day!! I could hear and...
Montana Digital Academy Student Spotlight: Maddie Griffiths
As an eighth-grader, Maddie Griffiths came to Kristy Powell, the counselor at Three Forks High School and asked how she could get ahead. "She wanted to get started!" Maddie wanted to know if there was anything she could do over the summer before...
Boaters can help protect Montana from aquatic invasive species
HELENA – Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start to summer in Montana, and all aquatic invasive species inspection stations are now open on major routes of travel in the state. As boaters venture out to our rivers and lakes, please keep in...
Program prepares Montana State students to provide mental health counseling in rural areas
In 2013, Kelcy Jensen-Coon's cousin, who was 20, died by suicide, Jensen-Coon said. Both had grown up in Wisdom, a small community in southwest Montana. Jensen-Coon, who was then 19, saw how the death impacted her family and community, and she...
4 Wolves place at State Track and Field Meet
STAFF REPORT The Three Forks High School track and field team ended the season with four Wolves making it to the podium at last week's MHSA Class B State Meet in Great Falls. Jasmyn Murphy ended her...
Gallatin County Sheriff's Office warns residents about scam calls
Unfortunately it's time again to be alert to SCAM CALLS. The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office has been receiving calls from multiple residents reporting a scam involving our office. The caller says... Full story
Gianforte, DPHHS Announce Major Investment in Montana's Health Information Exchange
Together with Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) Director Adam Meier and Big Sky Care Connect (BSCC) Chief Executive Officer Ben Tyrrell, Governor Greg Gianforte announced a $20 million investment in the state's health...