Articles from the August 30, 2023 edition

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Three Forks Schools Celebrate End of Two-Year Building Project

It was a magnificent moment last week for the Three Forks School District when they hosted a ribbon cutting to mark the completion of their two-year building project. Moments before the event that als... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    August 30, 2023

Mosquito trap tests positive for West Nile Virus

The Three Rivers Mosquito Control District announced on August 27 that they had a mosquito surveillance trap that had tested positive for the West Nile Virus. District officials are asking area reside... Full story


Best in the Nation: Halvorson named top Nissan Certified Mechanic

Three Forks resident Andy Halvorson was recently named the top Nissan Certified Mechanic in the United States. Halvorson, who works at Billion Auto Group in Bozeman, took home the top honor after competing against regional winners at the recent... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    August 30, 2023

Residents asked for feedback on future of Broadwater County

Officials with the Montana Department of Commerce and WGM Group hosted a public meeting last Thursday at the Bridger Brewing Facility in Three Forks, asking residents to provide input on their vision for the future of Broadwater County. The... Full story


Wolves give plenty of effort at season opener

The Three Forks High School Cross Country team had a productive start to the season at last Saturday's Jefferson Invite in Boulder. The Wolves boys' team had two runners finish in the top five. Bryon... Full story


New Weight Room Opens

At a special ceremony last week, community members could see the unveiling of what has been described as one of Montana's premier school weight rooms. Discussing the new Three Forks Weight Room, Assistant Principal Jake Lynch said it has been a...


Guest Editorial: Gallatin County Commissioners discuss tax appraisals

From the Gallatin County Commission Gallatin County property owners were in for a shock earlier this summer when they received new tax appraisals for their homes and commercial properties. Some folks had the assessed value of their homes increase by... Full story


Column: There were a lot of sharks

In my weekly column, I will often touch upon various stories from my childhood. While it is always fun to reminisce about a wonderful event, there are also times that I cringe at some of the stupid things I did as a kid. The other day, I read a post... Full story


Coaches Corner: Embracing Integrity

In a world filled with challenges and temptations, one virtue is a light of courage, strength, and moral fortitude – integrity. Integrity isn’t just a word; it’s a way of life, a lantern guiding us toward genuine success and fulfillment. In a...


TFAA hosting sealed bid auction

The Three Forks Area Ambulance Service is hosting a fundraiser to raise money to purchase hand-held radios for crew members. The sealed-bid auction will allow residents the opportunity to purchase...


GCC Trident providing prime rib for Senior Center

The GCC Trident Plant is once again providing prime rib for a meal at the Three Rivers Senior Center. The annual prime rib "dinner" is scheduled for Thursday, September 7, at noon at the center... Full story


Three Forks Area Historical Society Meeting moved to September 14

The Three Forks Area Historical Society is having the September monthly meeting on Thursday, September 14th, instead of September 7th, at the Methodist Church Annex. Agenda items include getting volunteers for a school tour of 75 on September 22nd,...


William Thomas Kanta

William Thomas Kanta (Tom) was born on April 23rd, 1938, at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital to Joseph and Mary (Ridzon) Kanta. The youngest of four children, Tom spent his childhood on the family farm on the outskirts of Bozeman. Graduating from Rosary... Full story


Proposed ballot initiatives would mean big changes for Montana elections

A coalition of former Republican officials and a longtime third-party candidate are pushing a pair of constitutional amendment ballot initiatives for the 2024 cycle that would fundamentally alter Montana’s elections in what they describe as an...


Wolves battle down-to-the-wire in season opener against Missoula Loyola

Three Forks High School Football Head Coach Connor Sullivan is proud of how his team battled in a down-to-the-wire 21-14 loss to Missoula Loyola in a game played at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. In this week’s matchup on the road against Shepherd,... Full story


Opening weekend nets positives for Three Forks Volleyball team

The opening weekend of action for the Three Forks High School Volleyball team had plenty of positives. Head Coach Tiffany Lynch said the team played really well at the two-day Choteau Invitational. “We worked on some different lineups with girls... Full story


Governor Gianforte Announces $10.4 Million Gift From Norm Asbjornson for Montana Heritage Center

Governor Greg Gianforte and Montana Historical Society (MTHS) Director Molly Kruckenberg announced last week Montana native Norm Asbjornson has donated $10.4 million for the construction of the new Montana Heritage Center in Helena. The generous...


Warriors & Quiet Waters announces 5th annual Warrior Taste Fest Celebration

Warriors & Quiet Waters Foundation will host its annual Warrior Taste Fest fundraiser - an event that will raise over $600,000 to support post-9/11 combat veterans. Warrior Taste Fest, which will take place at Haynes Pavilion at the Gallatin...


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report August 26, 2023

Page 1 of 6 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on August 27, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 08/26/23 00:05 CFS23-102211 PATROL CHECK NIXON GULCH RD and HORSESHOE LE - Documented 00:09 CFS23-102212 SUSPICIOUS TOWNSEND ST and ALTEN... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report August 27, 2023

Page 1 of 7 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on August 28, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 08/27/23 00:15 CFS23-102707 PATROL CHECK QUAIL RUN RD and DRIVEWAY (1.9 feet) LE - Documented 00:20 CFS23-102709 77 BOZEMAN TRAIL RD and... Full story


Broadwater County Sheriff's Report August 20 - 26, 2023

Page 1 of 7 MEDIA REPORT Printed on August 28, 2023 CFS Date/Time Street Name Code : Description 08/20/23 06:54 ANIMAL : Animal 08/20/23 07:50 24 : 24/7 08/20/23 08:08 24 : 24/7 08/20/23 08:34 24 : 24/7 08/20/23 09:14 ELM ST ANIMAL : Animal 08/20/23... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report August 28, 2023

Page 1 of 8 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on August 29, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 08/28/23 00:02 CFS23-103102 MISSING PERSON TOWN CENTER AVE and HUNTLEY DR LE - Case Generated 00:23 CFS23-103107 BURGLAR ZOOT WAY and... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report August 29, 2023

Page 1 of 8 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on August 30, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 08/29/23 00:14 CFS23-103653 PATROL CHECK BUSINESS HUB DR and DRIVEWAY LE - Documented 00:16 CFS23-103654 PUBLIC ASSIST LAURA LOUISE LN... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report August 31, 2023

Page 1 of 7 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on September 1, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 08/31/23 01:19 CFS23-104730 SUSPICIOUS JACKRABBIT LN and DRIVEWAY (97.3 LE - Documented 01:51 CFS23-104733 AGENCY ASSIST LE - Agency... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report September 1, 2023

Page 1 of 5 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on September 2, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 09/01/23 00:03 CFS23-105233 TRAFFIC STOP LE - Case Generated 00:42 CFS23-105243 911 HANG UP BUFFALO JUMP RD and DRIVEWAY LE - Documente... Full story


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