Articles from the June 8, 2022 edition
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Old Town Bridge Closed
The Gallatin County Road and Bridge Department announced Monday the closure of the Old Town Bridge. According to MDT Bridge Bureau Chief Stephanie Brandenberger, the bridge crossing the Jefferson... Full story
City helping with sidewalk replacements
Three Forks residents can get assistance replacing their dilapidated sidewalks from the city as part of a project to beautify the streets while making them safer, according to an email sent by the city on June 1. "The City is committed to the... Full story
Missouri Headwaters State Park Summer Speakers Series starts June 11
The Missouri Headwaters State Park 2022 Summer Speaker Series starts this week and is a wonderful opportunity for tourists and area residents to have an exciting and informative evening in a beautiful setting. The series sponsored by the Sacajawea... Full story
'Murica -Trailer Trash Bash' themed rally June 16 in Cardwell
Dozens of trailer trash themed camper trailers will converge at the Cardwell Campground on June 16 for the sixth annual Big Sky Vintage Trailer Rally. The 2022 Big Sky Vintage Trailer Rally welcomes... Full story
Three Forks Area Historical Society hosting Interactive Murder Mystery
An interactive Murder Mystery to raise funds for the Headwaters Heritage Museum and Railroad and Trident Heritage Center is scheduled for next week. The Three Forks Area Historical Society is presenting “Death on the Midnight Train,” which will... Full story
More than 2,000 AIS inspections conducted over Memorial Day weekend
Although the weather wasn't ideal for outdoor recreation, aquatic invasive species stations around the state conducted more than 2,000 inspections over the Memorial Day weekend. So far this year, FWP and its partners have inspected 14,000 watercraft,...
The Prairie Doc: It helps to share your story
With the storm approaching, my wife texted me after work to come home right away. Within minutes, after I left the clinic, she called me again to tell me NOT to come home and to seek shelter immediately. At first, I thought I could make it home, but...
Column: The lawn
The summer before I started junior high, I moved to a different part of town. While it was away from many of the friends I had grown up with, I enjoyed having a much larger house and the opportunity to meet new friends. This also meant new... Full story
Duane Karsten Burkenpas
Duane Karsten Burkenpas was born on November 10, 1933 in the beautiful Gallatin Valley of Bozeman, Montana; the place where he lived all of his grand 88 years and where he met his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on June 5, 2022. Duane was predeceased... Full story
Richard "Rich" Macrow
Richard "Rich" Macrow of Logan, Mont., died May 30, 2022. He was born on April 30, 1950, in Billings, Mont., to wonderful parents Herbert and Ginger Macrow. He was raised on the Vermillion Ranch near Shepherd, where his father worked for many years.... Full story
Broadwater County 4-H Awards Scholarships to Members for Outstanding 4-H Careers
Three local 4-H members recently received scholarships recognizing them for an outstanding 4-H career. The purpose of the Broadwater County 4-H Leadership Scholarship is to help 4-H youth further...
Outlaws hosting tourney
STAFF REPORT The 23rd annual Gallatin Valley Outlaws Memorial Tournament is this week in Three Forks. The Outlaws will open the tournament Thursday, June 9, at 6 p.m. against Lewistown. The local American Legion squad will play the nightcap Friday,...
Tickets for the Big Sky Country State Fair on sale
The Big Sky Country State Fair in Gallatin County is brining Bigger Fun, Bigger Smiles to this year's 2022 Fair and tickets are on sale now. The Big Sky Country State Fair is offering six amazing...
June 10-13 programs at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park to feature caves, skulls, birds
Cave geology, skulls and birds are the focus of Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park’s speaker series events happening June 10, 11 and 13. The park will welcome Stuart Parker on Friday, June 10 at 8 p.m. at the campground amphitheater. Stuart will...
Gov. Gianforte, Business Leaders Emphasize Montana's Strong Workforce, Business Climate
BOZEMAN, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte last week joined business leaders to discuss his administration's pro-jobs, pro-growth policies fueling job creation, growth, and prosperity in Montana....
Cool, Wet Conditions Improve Snowpack and Delay Spring Runoff into June and July
April marked the start of a major weather pattern change which brought much needed precipitation to Montana, and while April was a wet month, May was even wetter in certain areas. Some of the largest totals were in southwest Montana and northern... Full story
Aunt Dofe's announces Artist in Residency
STAFF REPORT Aunt Dofe's Gallery in Willow Creek recently announced their first Artist in Residency, Thomas Pomarico. The residency will run from June until the middle of August at the gallery...