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Articles from the October 5, 2022 edition

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Three Forks Ladies Night Fall Walk October 6

Now in its third year, the Three Forks Ladies Night Fall Walk has seen tremendous growth since the inaugural event in 2020. Twenty-one businesses are hosting this year’s walk scheduled for Thursday, October 6, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. According to... Full story


Council selects assessment method for flood plain project

Property owners within the proposed Jefferson River flood special improvement district can expect a $194 increase in their taxes to help cover the city of Three Forks' flood mitigation construction... Full story


Willow Creek Fireman's Breakfast fundraiser this weekend

It will be an excellent time for a great cause on Sunday, October 9, at the annual Willow Creek Fireman's Breakfast. The event will take place from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the fire station, and the $5 breakfast includes pancakes, French toast, ham,... Full story


Three Forks Community Library Harry Potter event set for Oct. 22

There will be plenty of fun at the Three Forks Community Library this month. It should be a magical evening on Saturday, October 22, with a Harry Potter event scheduled for ages 8 to 11 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and ages 12 and up from 7 p.m. to 8:30... Full story

 By Ellie West    Opinion    October 5, 2022

Coaches Corner: Limiting Beliefs

How often do we ask ourselves this question: Who am I? Am I authentically me, or am I who I think I should be? Have you identified with what you do for a living and believe that is who you are? I thought that what I did for a living was who I was.... Full story


Column: What am I doing here at Costco?

Many people often talk about how much they like to make a trip to Costco. Perhaps I’m bucking the trend here, but I don’t think I quite enjoy the gigantic box store as most people do. Before moving to Montana, I had lived in a couple of places... Full story


EPA official learns more about MTP2 program during visit to Bridger Brewing

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Deputy Assistant Administrator for Pollution Prevention Jennie Romer visited the Bridger Brewing location in Three Forks to learn more about a Montana... Full story


Fast times at Headwaters Invite for host Wolves

While there may have been overcast conditions, the Three Forks High School Cross Country team had some blazing hot times and numerous personal records at last Friday's Headwaters Invite. It was a... Full story


Wolves defeat rivals

Facing a 2-1 deficit in their home matchup last Thursday against Manhattan, the Three Forks High School Volleyball team battled back, winning the last two sets to pick up the rivalry win, 25-20, 22-25, 15-25, 25-18, 15-11. "I'm super proud of the... Full story


West soars to the top of the charts

On September 20, Ellie West released her book "Soar: How to rise above the turbulence and watch your dreams take flight" on Amazon. The book skyrocketed to the top of nine Amazon Bestseller Categories within a short time. West hit the number one... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    October 5, 2022

Work completed on Headwaters Trail System

There was some exciting recent news with construction completed on the Headwaters Trail System. Work that has been finished includes the removal of tree roots and old pavement, correcting damage from... Full story


MDT provides update on Headwaters Rest Area

From the MDT Construction of the Montana Department of Transportation's Headwaters Rest Area near the I 90/US 287 interchange is nearly complete and is anticipated to open this winter, when the new... Full story

 By Allison Kosto    News    October 5, 2022

Broadwater County Hosts Listening Sessions

The Broadwater County Development Corporation (BCDC), an independent nonprofit 501(c), is hosting a community review in Broadwater County called Building a Better Broadwater. The first step of the review took place over the summer with a countywide...


Wolves battle to the end against Columbus

The Three Forks High School football team battled till the final snap in a heartbreaking 24-16 Homecoming loss last Friday against Columbus. After the Cougars struck first to take an 8-0 lead, the Wolves would battle back and tied the game with 1:45...


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