Articles from the July 20, 2022 edition

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 By Eliza McLaughlin    News    July 20, 2022

Three Forks ambulance district no more

The Gallatin County Commissioners terminated the interlocal agreement that formed the Three Forks Area Ambulance District at their July 12 meeting following months of discussion and a decision by the Three Forks City Council to end the agreement at... Full story

 By Eliza McLaughlin    News    July 20, 2022

Marijuana discussion dies at city council meeting

A motion to allow residents of Three Forks to vote on whether to allow certain marijuana businesses within city limits died at the Three Forks City Council on July 12. Councilwoman Nancy Todd motioned to draft the language on the ballot and... Full story


Standing-Room-Only Crowds at Three Forks Rodeo

Justin Brewer of Wolftrack Photography was able to some of the action at the 2022 Three Forks NRA Rodeo. For the second straight year, there were standing-room-only crowds during the two nights of...


Headwaters Bank run kicks to the starting line

On Saturday, July 23, the Headwaters Bank Run will make its "COVID comeback" and take to the trails with approximately 100 runners. Racers can still register to participate in a 5K, 10K and a half-mar... Full story


Broadwater Couny-Wide Garage Sale slated for July 23

A Broadwater County-Wide garage sale is scheduled for Saturday, July 23. The event dates back to 2017 and was started by the Missouri Valley Marketing Group (MVM). Pamela Sample said the MVM was formed to promote and enhance business awareness and...


Our View: Thank you Three Forks

We wanted to use the editorial space this week to thank some of the amazing people of Three Forks for their kind gestures over the past couple of weeks. For those who don’t know, our daughter Mya passed away unexpectedly on June 30 at 20. While it... Full story

 By Ellie West    Opinion    July 20, 2022

Coaches Corner: Overcoming Bad Habits

None of us want to be weighed down with our bad habits as they rob us of peace. But why is changing or breaking a bad habit so challenging to overcome? Breaking a bad habit isn’t easy, but it isn’t impossible. Whether we want to admit it or not,...


Fishing restriction in place for lower Madison River due to high temps

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Park announced July 14 a daily fishing restriction is now in place for the lower Madison River to reduce fish stress and mortality during high water temperatures. The hoot-owl fishing restriction, which prohibits fishing... Full story


Helen Esther Lilly

On Monday, June 13, 2022, Helen Esther Lilly (née Neufeld), 81, returned to her Lord after an extended illness at home in Three Forks, Montana. She is survived and forever remembered by those who cared for her in her last years: son Chris Lilly and... Full story


Three Forks CAP Cadet Attends Utah Wing Drone Academy

Cadet Senior Airman (SrA) Olivia Roberts, attached to Gallatin Composite Squadron in Bozeman, attended Civil Air Patrol's (CAP) 2022 Utah Wing Drone Academy, held on campus at Utah State University... Full story


Fish and Wildlife Commission considers delay of implementation of Madison River commercial use cap

The Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet over Zoom at 6 p.m. on Aug. 2 to consider a proposal to postpone the implementation of a commercial use cap on the Madison River. In 2020, the commission adopted rules regarding recreational use of the...


Commerce Launches Program to Help Montana Homeowners Impacted by Pandemic

The Montana Department of Commerce announced today $50 million in federal assistance funding is now available to help Montana homeowners impacted by the pandemic stay in their homes and get caught up on their mortgage and utility bills. The funding,...


Governor Gianforte Promotes Launch of Montana 988 Lifeline

Governor Greg Gianforte last week joined Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) officials, mental health and crisis lifeline experts, and Montana State University (MSU) officials to promote the launch of the Montana 988 Suicide...

 By Amanda Eggert    News    July 20, 2022

NorthWestern plans August repair of Hebgen Dam

At an event last week, NorthWestern Energy outlined its plan to prevent future Hebgen Dam malfunctions like the one that dewatered the Madison River late last year, cutting flow to one of the state's flagship trout streams in half in a matter of minu...


Wade Ray Hansen

Wade Ray Hansen of Three Forks took his final ride to Heaven on July 19, 2022, surrounded by his loving family. Wade was born on April 24th, 1965, to Jay and Patricia Hansen in Glasgow, Montana. Wade was raised in Manhattan, Montana and graduated... Full story


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