Articles from the July 6, 2022 edition

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City Receives TSP Grant for Headwaters Trail System

STAFF REPORT Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks announced last week the City of Three Forks is one of 32 trail organizations, communities and various land-managing agencies throughout Montana to receive Montana Trail Stewardship Grant Program (TSP)... Full story

 By Eliza McLaughlin    News    July 6, 2022

Council proposes maintenance ordinance

The Three Forks City Council approved first readings of ordinance that authorizes the city to take action when city residents neglect to remove weeds on their property and a resolution of intent proposing changes to the tax assessment methods for str...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    July 6, 2022

Tobacco Root Classic set for July 30, 31

The biggest tournament of the year is around the corner at the Headwaters Golf Course in Three Forks, with the 26th annual Tobacco Root Classic scheduled for Saturday, July 30, and Sunday, July 31. According to Sydney Rochford of the Headwaters Golf... Full story


Be safe on Montana's waters this summer

Montana has experienced six boating fatalities this year alone due to high water and cold temperatures. Even with summer temperatures, Montana has cold water year-round and it's important to remember... Full story


Three Rivers Senior Center offers variety of loanable items to help out area residents

The Three Rivers Senior Center has long been known as a gathering place for area residents. The center also has a variety of items to assist area senior citizens. According to Mel Hamilton, the items... Full story


Guest Editorial: Addressing Montana's economic challenges and opportunities

23 legislative session, Montana workers, families, employers, and elected officials are all facing a unique combination of opportunities and challenges that we haven’t seen before. In many ways, Montana’s economy is better than ever. Governor...

 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    July 6, 2022

Column: Ketchup Sammies?

One of my favorite parts of summer in the Treasure State is being able to sit outside in the evenings. I have a beautiful view from my back porch, and I often spend hours in the evening enjoying it. When I’m doing this, I often like to get... Full story


Gallatin County officials respond to overdue paddle boarders

On June 30, 2022, at 9:00 p.m., Gallatin County dispatch received a call for two paddle boarders that were overdue from the Madison River near Greycliff Fishing Access. Gallatin County Sheriff Search and Rescue volunteers from the Valley Section resp... Full story

 By Eric Dietrich    News    July 6, 2022

Tax-cap measure CI-121 and other initiatives will miss the fall ballot

A proposed property tax cap and three other ballot initiatives supporters had hoped to put before Montana voters in November's general election are dead in the water after failing to meet... Full story



If you were lucky enough to have met Mya Marie Zabala, you knew right away that she was an absolute firecracker. Never afraid to say what was on her mind and often loudly, Mya also had a huge heart that brought so much joy to her family and friends.... Full story


Waggener is new City of Three Forks Judge

STAFF REPORT The City of Three Forks has a new judge. Pamela Waggener was sworn in at last week's City Council meeting and will fill the remained of the term of former Judge Wanda Drusch. The term will expire on December 31, 2022. The position will... Full story


State Agencies Highlight Wildfire Preparation and Air Quality Awareness

As we move into the summer months, wildfires can occur throughout the state and nation. Wildfire smoke from both in-state and out-of-state wildfires can impact Montana’s air quality causing unhealthy air. The State of Montana has some helpful tips...

 By Ellie West    Opinion    July 6, 2022

Coaches Corner: The World of Loneliness

Columnist E. J. Dionne Jr. recalls a conversation Marc Dunkelman had with his grandfather, a retired salesman, about how people discover good restaurants using an app. They talked about how to find good restaurants in an unfamiliar city. Marc was...


Gov. Gianforte Announces Transition at the Department of Public Health and Human Services

Governor Greg Gianforte last week announced that Charlie Brereton will succeed Adam Meier in leading the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS). Meier will transition out of his role as director of DPHHS on August 12 due to...


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