Articles from the September 27, 2023 edition

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Three Forks United Methodist Church Fall Rummage Sale next week

The Three Forks United Methodist Church Fall Rummage Sale is just around the corner, with the popular event scheduled for Thursday, October 5, to Saturday, October 7. Donations will be accepted at... Full story


Magpie Foundation hosting Renaissance Faire

Not only will area residents have the opportunity to attend a family-friendly event at this week’s Magpie Foundation Renaissance Faire at the Missouri Headwaters State Park near Three Forks, but... Full story


Business Spotlight: Hollowtop Heating and Cooling relocating shop to Three Forks

Hollowtop Heating and Cooling is relocating from Four Corners to a newly built shop at 213 1st Avenue West in Three Forks. According to Operations Manager Leanna Bryant, Hollowtop Heating and Cooling... Full story


Three Forks Schools Unveils New Strength and Conditioning Room

The 2023-2024 school year started off with a brand-new weight room. After having an outdated and worn-out weight room for years it was decided there needed to be an update. Jake Lynch, middle school... Full story


Deloris F. Erickson Barney

Deloris F. Erickson Barney, 79, of Three Forks passed away Tuesday, September 19, 2023. She is survived by her husband, Donald R. Barney; daughters, Kimberly Pennington and Melissa Demers; grandsons, Tyler and Austin; and multiple cousins, nephews,... Full story


Historical Society Meeting October 5

Thursday, October 5, 2023, will be the date of the next Three Forks Area Historical Society Meeting. It will be at 7:00 p.m. in the Methodist Church Basement. Agenda items include end of season reports, the annual Volunteer Appreciation luncheon,...


Guest Editorial: Let's Focus on Property Tax Solutions Not Political Soundbites

Montana is facing a growing housing crisis, driven by an influx of out-of-state home buyers and telecommuters. This is pushing up prices, making it difficult for Montanans to find affordable housing, and increasing residential property taxes. A... Full story


Column: I bought the wrong sausage

As I sit here at my desk writing my weekly, it is raining cats and dogs, and for the first time in months, my heater kicked on. While I am not looking forward to using propane because filling the tank can devastate my budget, I look forward to the... Full story


Restrictions and Requirements in Place for Fall Burning to Protect Air Quality

Fall has arrived and that means if you plan to burn now through November 30, 2023, there are restrictions and requirements in place to protect Montana’s air quality. Burning should comply with state and local air quality rules. The Montana Departme... Full story


Coaches Corner Navigating Grief: Finding Strength and Hope in the Storm

Grief is an inescapable facet of the human experience—a journey that can catch us off guard, leaving us with unsettled emotions. I, too, found myself in this uncharted territory when I first experienced the loss of my father. In the years that foll...


Letter to the Editor: Show appreciation and respect for tow truck drivers

As a past Paramedic/firefighter I want to acknowledge another 1st Responder that is rarely recognized or thanked. Recently one of our County Newspaper articles had a thank you given only to the Police, Fire, and ambulance. We do not seem to value... Full story


Montana counties, governor spar over property tax that funds schools

Months of finger-pointing between state-level Republicans and local government leaders over who to blame for rising property taxes escalated last week as the lobbying organization that represents county governments sent a late-night press release... Full story


New census data helps define Montana's affordable housing crunch

Just how deep do Montana's widely discussed housing affordability woes run? Newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau sheds some statistical light on one facet of the challenge. Housing... Full story


Homecoming Week: Three Forks hosting Big Timber

The Three Forks High School Volleyball team will host their second consecutive home match on Saturday, September 30, against visiting Big Timber. Part of a packed Homecoming week of activities,... Full story


Rural Press Call: Tester Discusses Defending Hunters Education Act

In his monthly Rural Press Call, U.S. Senator Jon Tester discussed the Defending Hunters Education Act, which would force the Biden Administration to reverse course on the recent decision to prohibit the use of federal funds for hunter education and... Full story


Volunteers needed for cave maintenance at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park

Staff at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park are seeking volunteers to help with a post-season cleaning of the caverns. Volunteers in this event will get the chance to see the park up close as they w...


Montana 4-H enrolling new members, seeking volunteers

From the MSU News Service Youth across Montana who would like to enroll in Montana 4-H are invited to do so during the month of October. Montana 4-H is the youth development program of Montana State University Extension. It offers a range of choices... Full story


Wolves move to 4-1 with home win over Jefferson

After falling behind 7-0 early in the fourth quarter of their September 22 conference home game against Jefferson High School (Boulder), the Three Forks High School football team would respond emphatically, not allowing another Panthers score and... Full story


3 finish in top 20 at Bob Firman Invite

The Three Forks High School Cross Country team rose to the occasion with fantastic results at last week's Bob Firman Invitational in Boise. The Wolves had three runners finish in the top 20 of the Varsity 2 Division at the two-day invite that feature... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report September 22, 2023

Page 1 of 5 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on September 23, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 09/22/23 01:03 CFS23-115216 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF INTERSTATE 90 HWY and ACCESS (0.5 LE - Documented 01:12 CFS23-115220 VIOLATION OF COURT... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report September 23, 2023

Page 1 of 5 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on September 24, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 09/23/23 00:22 CFS23-115719 PUBLIC ASSIST JACKIE JO JCT and CATES PEAK CT LE - Documented 00:44 CFS23-115725 PATROL CHECK GIDDY UP DR... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report September 24, 2023

Page 1 of 5 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on September 25, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 09/24/23 00:05 CFS23-116227 WELFARE CHECK MADISON ARM RD and FS 1738 (0.1 LE - Public Assist 00:18 CFS23-116233 DISABLED LE -... Full story


Broadwater County Sheriff's Report September 17-23, 2023

Page 1 of 5 MEDIA REPORT Printed on September 25, 2023 CFS Date/Time Street Name Code : Description 09/17/23 07:34 24 : 24/7 09/17/23 08:48 24 : 24/7 09/17/23 09:36 TSTOP : Traffic Stop 09/17/23 09:45 TSTOP : Traffic Stop 09/17/23 10:06 TSTOP :... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report September 25, 2023

Page 1 of 8 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on September 26, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 09/25/23 00:40 CFS23-116610 PUBLIC ASSIST LE - Documented 00:46 CFS23-116611 77 LE - Agency Assist 01:57 CFS23-116620 SUBJECT STOP N... Full story


Gallatin County Sheriff's Report September 26, 2023

Page 1 of 7 GCSO Calls for Service Yesterday Printed on September 27, 2023 Time Call # Type of Call Location Result 09/26/23 00:04 CFS23-117085 SUICIDE THREAT E FULTON AVE and ALLEY (28.3 feet) LE - Documented 00:39 CFS23-117092 AGENCY ASSIST LE -... Full story


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