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Articles from the September 8, 2021 edition

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44th annual John Colter run set for September 18

The annual John Colter run is scheduled to return later this month. The 2021 run will take place Saturday, September 21, at the Missouri Headwaters State Park near Three Forks. The event is hosted by... Full story


Montana State Parks Hosting H.O.P event

Montana State Parks will host their first ever "H.O.P." (Hiking & Orienteering Puzzle) on Saturday, September 25, beginning at Missouri Headwaters State Park. This event will allow participants to explore some of the lesser-seen sides of the...


Smith participates in Boston University High School Honors Program

Three Forks High School senior Saryna Smith recently had an incredible opportunity by taking part in the Boston University High School Honors Program. Saryna was accepted into the prestigious program last spring and attend the Summer 1 session, where... Full story


The Prairie Doc: Return to Wellness

I recently saw a patient I hadn’t seen in more than 18 months. This patient had previously come to me somewhat routinely for arthritic knees. Together, we constructed a conservative treatment plan to help increase activity and prolong the life of...


Column: Another Thanksgiving

One could almost describe it as a scene from a movie as my large extended family wrapped up Thanksgiving dinner and sat around the table talking. When there were still empty stomachs the conversation was more small talk but as bellies filled with...


Governor Gianforte Announces DPHHS Emergency Rule to Promote Parental Rights Regarding Masking in Schools

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) issued an emergency rule last week to promote the role of parents as the ultimate decision makers on matters pertaining to the... Full story


Jay Huller

Jay Frank Huller, known to all as Frank, entered the world as a preemie on January 5th, 1930 across the Jefferson River from Willow Creek, Montana. After a brief warm up in the wood stove he took off on a lifetime of great health and adventure.... Full story


County-Wide Burn Ban Lifted

The Gallatin County Commission voted last week to lift the county-wide burn ban. The Three Forks and Willow Creek Fire Districts still have a bun ban in effect. Citing recent rainfall and cooler temperatures, and safer fuel levels, the Commission on... Full story



Toby was the firstborn of Shapleigh & Susan Howell in Mitchell, SD. He grew up in rural SD & attended high school in Yankton SD where he met Marion Dwelle, his cherished wife of 67 years who... Full story


Cleaning scheduled for October 2 at Lewis and Clark Caverns

It’s time for some post-season cave cleaning at the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park. In this volunteer event you’ll get the chance to see the caverns up close and personal as we reduce some of the impact of our presence in the cave.  The cave...


Wolves move to 2-0 with shutout of visiting Red Lodge

After a scoreless first two-quarters last Friday night at home against Red Lodge, the Three Forks High School football team opened the second half in explosive fashion. A 95-yard kickoff return for a...


Three Forks hosting Harrison

The Three Forks High School volleyball team will look to pick up their first home win of the season on Thursday, September 9, with a match-up against Harrison. Head Coach Shann Mack said there were de...


Montanans to receive partial refunds for insurance premiums

Nearly 16,000 Montanans who purchased Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance through the marketplace are set to receive partial reimbursement for premiums paid between 2018 and 2020.  The Affordable Care Act requires insurers selling plans on the...


Broadwater County FSA Accepting Applications for Wildfire Recovery - The Deadline to Apply is September 30, 2021

Farm Service Agency (FSA) is accepting applications in Broadwater County for the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) to address damages from wildfire. ECP signup in Broadwater County will end on September 30, 2021. Producers must apply for...


Final Draft of Gallatin County Growth Policy Now Available

The Gallatin County Planning Department is excited to announce the final draft of the Gallatin County Growth Policy. More information on the project and the full document can be found at The County Growth Policy is the...


County Now Offering Diabetes Prevention Program in English and Spanish

Over 1 in 3 (37.4%) adults in Montana have prediabetesi. Without lifestyle change, prediabetes can lead to type 2 diabetes within five years, putting many Montanans at risk of unnecessary suffering and healthcare costs. Diabetes increases the risk...


Fish and Wildlife Commission adopts 2021/2022 wolf hunting and trapping regulations

HELENA – After a public comment period that drew more than 26,000 comments, the Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted several changes to the 2021/2022 wolf hunting and trapping regulations at its meeting on Aug. 20. Changes include eliminating...


Access: Ask Early, Don't Wait

Montana's millions of acres of private land offer some excellent hunting opportunities—the only catch is gaining the landowner's permission to hunt. It is Montana law that hunters obtain landowner permission to hunt on all private land. Here are a...


MSU center announces mini grants to promote imagery of women in STEM

BOZEMAN - The Montana Girls STEM Collaborative is offering mini grants of $500 to $1,000 for youth organizations that use multimedia assets from a database that features women scientists and engineers. The collaborative is a statewide network housed...


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