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 By Jack H. Smith    News    October 6, 2021

Gallatin Valley Vision opening eye care center in Three Forks

By this time next month, area residents will be able to enjoy the benefits of a full-service eye care center in Three Forks. Gallatin Valley Vision, currently located in Bozeman, is set to open a... Full story


Three Forks Hosting Real Estate Summit

The Montana First Annual Real Estate Summit is scheduled for October 23 and 24 at the Sacajawea Hotel in Three Forks.  The event, hosted by eXp Realty, is designed to celebrate real estate growth and for agents to meet their colleagues from across...


Homecoming in Three Forks

There were plenty of smiles, large crowds, and packed sporting events during last week's Homecoming in Three Forks. Voice photos by Jack H. Smith...


Bingo Night Saturday

The Three Forks Youth Recreation Task Force invites residents to a night of fun at a Bingo Night event on Saturday. The event is scheduled for October 9 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Manhattan American Legion and will raise money for the Task Force's...


The Monthly Howl

We are over a month into the 21-22 school year and we don’t want to waste anytime in recognizing our amazing elementary students. At TFES we have multiple ways for students to be recognized for their efforts. The “high frequency” incentive...


Our View: 'Interagency meetings' a big deal

Over the past several months, the Three Forks Voice has published several stories about the Montana Department of Transportation’s Headwaters Rest Area. Broadwater County residents who live in the vicinity have banded together in strong opposition...


Column: The Pillowcase

When I was growing up, Halloween was a huge deal. Even when my mom didn't have the time to help plan out something, I always dressed up, even if it was in one of those awful costumes from the 1980s that had plastic masks. I'm not sure how it was... Full story


Coming Home: Piano returned to Three Forks Area

"Charisma, charm, beauty. It was said that when Fannie walked into a room it was as though a light had been turned on. People responded to this most popular and marvelous personality; everyone would c... Full story


Fire Destroys Legendary LaHood Park Steakhouse

Over nine decades of meals, laughter, memories, and music came to a screeching halt in the early morning hours of Thursday, September 30, 2021, when LaHood Park Steakhouse went up in flames. "It happe... Full story


One Montana announces 2022 Montana Master Hunter Program

One Montana’s Master Hunter Program (MHP) is accepting applications from Oct. 1 through Nov. 30 for the 2022 program. Class locations include Missoula (March), Helena (April), Big Timber (April) and Havre (May).  Each class will consist of two...


Escape Cabin set for October 23

Dr. Townsend, a bat biologist, has gone missing in a nefarious plot... To avoid the same fate and escape in time, you’ll have to search his cabin at Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park for clues and find his hidden research notes! Participants will...


Willow Creek Students to receive free meals

The Willow Creek School applied for The Office of Public Instruction School Nutrition Seamless Summer Meal Program and beginning October 1st all students will receive free meals for the year. Any outstanding charges must be paid and any account...


Rivalry Week: Wolves set to battle rival Tigers

It's rivalry week for the Three Forks High School Football team. The Wolves (3-3, 0-2 Southern B) will be seeking their first conference win of the season Friday when they make the short trip down... Full story


Three Forks volleyball fights to the end in rivalry matchup

In their conference opener on September 2 at Manhattan, the Three Forks High School volleyball team fell in three sets to the rival Tigers. Things were different the second time around. The Wolves came out strong taking the first set 25-14 in...

 By STAFF REPORT    Sports    October 6, 2021

Three Forks excels at Headwaters Invitational

With the season winding to a close, the Three Forks High School Cross Country team again showed at last week's Headwaters Invitational they will be a force to reckon with in the postseason. The... Full story


Wildfire Smoke Is Here to Stay -- Here's How to Clean the Air Inside Your Home

The fierce wildfires that broke out across much of the western United States this summer, spreading smoke across hundreds of miles, continue to pose a serious health hazard to millions. More are expected this fall. That's a major health concern... Full story


Governor Gianforte, State Agencies Blast BLM Over Its APR Bison Grazing Proposal

HELENA, Mont. – In public comment to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Governor Greg Gianforte and four state agencies yesterday raised issues with the BLM’s Environmental Assessment of the American Prairie Reserve’s (APR) bison grazing...


FWP staff wraps up aquatic invasive species survey season

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is wrapping up another season surveying for aquatic invasive species (AIS). FWP and partner AIS early detection crews surveyed more than 300 waters around the state, collecting over 2,200 early detection samples...


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