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Articles from the August 31, 2022 edition

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Council approves FY budget

The Three Forks City Council approved the city’s 2022-23 fiscal year budget during its Aug. 23 meeting, planning for both big expenditures and cost savings. City Clerk Crystal Turner told The Voice that many increases in the city budget resulted... Full story

 

Felz inducted into FCCLA Hall of Fame

Earlier this summer in San Diego, Three Forks teacher Cathe Felz was honored for her hard work, dedication, passion, and commitment with an induction to the Family, Career and Community Leaders of... Full story

 

Flying Buffalo Project this month at Madison Buffalo Jump State Park

It will be fun for all ages on September 10 at the Madison Buffalo Jump State Park near Three Forks. The Park is hosting a Flying Buffalo Project event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. According to Montana State Parks AmeriCorps member Melanie Hertgen, the... Full story

 

Bus purchase falls through, school finds 'silver lining'

The Three Forks school board received the disappointing news that the purchase of two school buses had fallen through during its Aug. 23 special meeting, after approving the purchase only a week earlier. What appeared to be a setback in upgrading... Full story

 

Guest Editorial: Give it back

During the 2021 Legislature, we set a budget to adequately fund state government operations. It turns out that the State Treasury received a lot more tax revenue than we projected. In almost every area, tax receipts have exceeded our expectations. Th... Full story

 

Column: Ragtime Cowboy Joe

There are not too many things I enjoy more than watching college football on a beautiful fall day. I even love watching a game or three when it’s ten below outside, and the wind shakes the house. I’d pick a good college game over the NFL anytime.... Full story

 

Local canning class offered

'Tis the season where we can enjoy the bounty from our gardens! It always seems like it matures at the same time, and we have more than we can eat. However, there are several options for food preservation including canning, freezing and drying, so... Full story

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    August 31, 2022

Certified candidates announced for Nov. 8 ballot

Broadwater County Clerk and Recorder and Elections Administrator Angie Paulsen announced last week the certified candidates set to appear on the ballot for the November 8 election. In the race for Broadwater County Commissioner Seat 2, incumbent...

 

Wolves open with win over Red Lodge

It was a tremendous start to the season for the Three Forks High School football team, who picked up a 20-6 road win on August 26 over Red Lodge. "It felt good to go out and watch the kids compete. They battled every rep and gave tremendous effort th... Full story

 
 By Ellie West    Opinion    August 31, 2022

Coaches Corner: Follow your Heart

Throughout history, many cultures have emphasized the importance of following or listening to our hearts. When we speak of the “heart,” we are not referring to the physical organ but our spiritual heart. Our heart is the key to our deepest...

 

Multiple top 10 finishes for Wolves XC

STAFF REPORT It was an outstanding start to the season for the Three Forks High School Cross Country team, with multiple top ten finishes at the Jefferson High Invite last Saturday in Boulder.... Full story

 

Three Forks finishes 4th at Choteau Tourney

Not only was the Three Forks High School Volleyball team able to gain valuable experience with 12 two-set matches in two days at last week's Choteau Tournament, but they also shined on the court, finishing in fourth place. "We are so excited about... Full story

 

Update from the Three Rivers Mosquito Control District

It's late in the mosquito season and it has been a busy year. We have had a few areas of fairly high mosquito numbers. The high numbers have been mostly flood / irrigation water mosquitoes (meaning... Full story

 

FWP to host open houses on fishing regulation proposals

In the coming weeks, anglers will have several opportunities to comment on fishing regulation proposals for the 2023/24 regulation booklet. These proposals were developed by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks staff after working with the public on...

 

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