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Board receives bond report

The Three Forks School board recently received a bond-building report. Andy Becker, Project Manager for Hulteng CCM, discussed the progress for the $15 million high school and $10 million K-8 bonds that were approved by voters earlier this year. On... Full story

 

Visits at Headwaters State Park up 67 percent in 2020

Montana State Parks recorded 1.4 million visitors from January through June of this year. Compared with same time period last year, visitation increased by 25.4 percent. The top visited park in...

 

Baseball, softball leagues hoping to utilize district land

The Three Forks Baseball and Softball leagues are hoping to utilize School District land near the bus barn to build three new fields. At this month's regular school board meeting, Three Forks Baseball President Mat Marx discussed using the acreage...

 

Three Forks residents encouraged to use statewide 'My Voter Page'

Gallatin County Election Administrator Casey Hayes is encouraging Three Forks residents to visit www.myvoterpagemt.com. According to Hayes, the site was created in 2009 as a result of the Move Act, a Federal Law Allowing voters the ability to track...

 

City amends public meeting process

An unfortunate event in late August has led the City of Three Forks to amend its public meeting process. In the wake of a “Zoom-bombing” at the August 25 Council Meeting that featured foul languag... Full story

 

Guest Opinion: Unknown COVID-19 Risks for Young Athletes

As the summer comes to a close and the weather begins to cool off, our weekends usually are filled with trips to the stadium or the gymnasium. Fall sports in Montana are some of the most anticipated events of the year. However, due to the COVID-19...

 

"Mask Up Gallatin" Program Launched Last Wednesday

Bozeman-based marketing agency Cottonwood Enterprises, Inc. announced last week the launch "Mask Up Gallatin" - a program that rewards Gallatin County residents who wear masks in public places. The program is funded by a consortium of partners...

 

Furgie is Pet of the Week

Meet Furgie! Furgie is looking for a home without children and other pets. She is a sweetheart but she also has some quirks. She has had some challenges in past homes so Heart of the Valley's Behavior consultant will need to visit her new home...

 

Wolves hosting Townsend

Four games into the season, Three Forks High School football coach Connor Sullivan praised his team for showing great effort from the 'first whistle to the last whistle'. He also sees them coming... Full story

 

Wolves compete in Boulder, hosting meet Saturday

There were plenty of strong finishes for the Three Forks High School Cross Country team at last week's Boulder Invite 2.0. Jayden Woodland was the top overall finisher for Three Forks placing ninth...

 

Another busy week for Three Forks volleyball

While the Three Forks High School volleyball team was unable to notch a conference victory last week, Head Coach Tracy Welter feels the Lady Wolves are definitely coming together as a team. In action last week, Three Forks fell on Tuesday at...

 

High court avoids 'impermissible bias' question in solar utility ruling

HELENA - The Montana Supreme Court has upheld a ruling from last year in which a state District Court judge criticized the Montana Public Service Commission's handling of a rate contract dispute between a solar power developer and NorthWestern...

 

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