Articles from the September 28, 2022 edition

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Meridian Bridge construction could begin as early as this fall

Construction on a new Meridian Bridge could begin as early as this fall. According to Jefferson County Commissioner Chair Cory Kirsch, the governing body received an update on the new bridge from Kathy Thompson of Stahly Engineering at a meeting... Full story


Renowned Christian guitarist to perform Oct. 2 in Three Forks

Award winning guitarist and songwriter, Josh Snodgrass will be performing a concert at Three Forks Bible Church on Sunday, October 2nd at 10:30 a.m. as part of his Montana tour. Known primarily for... Full story


Three Forks Airport getting $5,627,414 in Grant Funds

U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D-Montana) announced last week that his Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill secured $5,627,414 in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Improvement Grant funds for the Three Forks Airport. The funding will be used to... Full story


Methodist Church Rummage sale next week, donations being accepted starting Saturday

The Three Forks United Methodist Church Fall Rummage Sale is set for later this month. The popular local event is scheduled from October 6 to October 8 at the Church Annex. Donations will be accepted Saturday, October 1, from 9 a.m. to noon, Monday,... Full story


School Board: Construction continues at Three Forks Schools

The Three Forks School District opened its doors to students for the first day of school on Sept. 6 with the all too familiar sound of construction humming in the background, and school administrators expect that noise to continue through December. A... Full story


Homecoming 2022: Busy sports schedule, parade scheduled for Friday at 2:45 p.m.

STAFF REPORT Three Forks Schools will celebrate the 2022 Homecoming week with numerous activities and sporting events. All three high school sporting teams will compete at home, starting with the Thre... Full story


Coaches Corner - Not everything goes as planned…while we wait

For everything, there is a purpose. Timing is divine if we allow it. We will be anchored if we can push through those times that don’t go as planned. In writing my book, I had many setbacks and roadblocks until the day before my “big” public la... Full story


Column: My weight in breadsticks

While I much rather work at a smaller community newspaper like the Three Forks Voice, I do miss a few things about a larger publication. One of the biggest things is the camaraderie among the employees. I have made lifelong friends throughout my... Full story


Three Forks Cross Country shines in Idaho, hosting Headwaters Invite Friday

For the third consecutive week, the Three Forks High School Cross Country team showed prowess at a colossal meet at the Bob Firman Invite in Boise. Competing in the Varsity 2 Division against teams... Full story


Wolves defeat Whitehall

The Three Forks High School volleyball team faced a postseason-like schedule last week with three matches in four days, including a road win over Whitehall. The Wolves opened the week Tuesday with an epic five-set loss to Boulder (14-25, 25-22,... Full story


Cave cleaning event scheduled for October 1

In an effort to clean up after a busy tourist season, the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park is hosting a special National Public Lands Day volunteer event on Saturday, October 1, from 9 a.m. to 1... Full story


Dennis Voeller

On August 9, Dennis Voeller of Three Forks, MT, sadly passed away. He was born September 11,1956 in Rugby, ND and spent the majority of his life in Rugby and Minot, ND. He enlisted in the Army National Guard & Army Reserves, serving 18 years and... Full story


Fishing closure on Jefferson River lifted

A fishing closure on the Jefferson River was lifted last week. The entire Jefferson River has seen fishing restrictions since July due to warm water temperatures and low flows. Temperatures have dropped, and flows on the Jefferson will have reached... Full story


Governor Gianforte Highlights Strength of Montana Workforce

Continuing his 56 County Tour last week in Broadwater and Jefferson counties, Governor Greg Gianforte highlighted the strength of Montana's workforce, meeting with small business owners and... Full story


Three Forks hosting Columbus

The Three Forks High School Football team will look to pick up their first conference win Friday with a Homecoming matchup against Columbus. In action last week, the Wolves (2-3, 0-3 Southern B) fell 32-14 at Big Timber. Head Coach Connor Sullivan... Full story


Local Montanan Launches Fetch! Pet Care

Fetch! Pet Care is bringing experienced, caring pet professionals to Montana. Bozeman resident Brittney Billings is pleased to announce today the launch of Fetch! Pet Care Montana. Services include puppy check-ins, private dog walking, private... Full story


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