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Articles from the September 23, 2020 edition

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Bookstore Opens in Three Forks

It was an amazing Monday in Three Forks with the official arrival of a new bookstore. Book Therapy and Moore opened for business on September 21 and is located at 120 (B) South Main Street. The store... Full story

 

Farmers to Families Assists Area Residents

From May 1 to September 16, the Headwaters Area Food Bank has been able to help 822 families in Gallatin, Madison, and Jefferson Counties through the Farmers to Families program. According to Kim... Full story

 

Wolves headed to Big Timber

The Three Forks High School football team will return to the road this week with a Friday matchup against Big Timber. Both teams will be looking to move to 2-2 on the season in the game scheduled to... Full story

 

District Hears Positive Feedback About Distance Learning Program

The feedback on the new Acellus distance learning program in the Three Forks School District has been positive. At last week's School Board meeting, Assistant Principal Jake Lynch told the trustees... Full story

 

Gary Eugene Rutledge

Age: 85 Born: October 30, 1934, in Three Forks, Montana Passed Away: August 17, 2020, in his family home in Logan, Montana Due to COVID a private funeral service was held on Tuesday, August 25, 2020, at the K & L Mortuary Chapel in Three Forks,... Full story

 

Toston Project Paving planned for end of September or early October

At the end of August, workers were able to complete piers and steel girders for the Missouri River Bridge as part of the Montana Department of Transportation Toston Structures Project. Road crews are now doing preparation work for paving near the... Full story

 

District updates fall sports attendance guidelines

The Three Forks school district has updated its attendance policy for fall sports. The new guidelines will allow every Three Forks family of active players and coaches four pre-selected guests to attend sporting events. The number had previously...

 

Three Forks students invited to Montana Virtual College Fair

Montana High School Students Invited to Shop for Colleges and Win Scholarship Money Statewide Montana Virtual College Fairs throughout the state will feature 100+ higher education institutions, 500+ Live Sessions, 100’s of Live 1-on-1 Meetings,...

 

Guest Editorial: My Heroes Have Always Been Rodeo Clowns

When historians see that their nation is in big trouble, facing the proliferation of protests that raise bedrock questions about American race relations, and locked in disputes over the proper pacing of “re-opening” after the regime of social...

 

Lawmakers spar over legislative rules

HELENA — Republican lawmakers from the Joint Senate and House Rules Committee met last Thursday in an unusual effort to propose changes to legislative rules before the 2021 session. Democratic lawmakers boycotted the meeting, insisting that it was...

 

Lady Wolves defeat Ennis

The Three Forks High School volleyball team opened up a busy week last Tuesday in emphatic fashion with a 25-12, 15-25, 25-19, 25-14 road win over Ennis. Head Coach Tracy Welter felt the team did a lot of great things on offense and continued to be...

 

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