Articles from the October 19, 2022 edition
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'Misuse' prompts shooting restrictions on State Land Trusts
Due to ongoing misuse of State Trust Land associated with recreational shooting – including public safety concerns, shooting debris left on site, and concerns that private property will be further damaged – the Department of Natural Resources... Full story
Listening Sessions garner feedback from residents
Area residents discussed opportunities and challenges in Broadwater County at several “Listening Sessions” last week. The sessions hosted by the Broadwater County Development Corporation (BCDC) included a stop Wednesday afternoon in the... Full story
Council receives request from Magris Talc, hears Rest Home Tax presentation
During its Oct. 11 meeting, the Three Forks City Council was approached via a letter by Magris Talc requesting assistance with a federal grant application that would improve the safety of the pedestrian crossing on the Montana Rail Links track near... Full story
Gallatin County Mails over 62,000 Absentee Ballots
On the morning Friday, Oct. 14, the Gallatin County Elections Office is mailing out over 62,000 absentee ballots for the 2022 federal general election on Nov. 8. Voters who are registered to receive... Full story
Montana State pioneers on-campus telehealth services for veterans
Student and faculty veterans at Montana State University are among the first in the nation able to meet with their remote medical providers without leaving campus in a newly dedicated telehealth access site in MSU's Travis W. Atkins Veteran Support... Full story
Our View: Service in need of volunteers
Over the past few weeks, the Three Forks Voice has had two articles highlighting the need for additional need for volunteers for the Three Forks Area Ambulance Service. TFAA Board member Barbara Mutter has concerns about the drop in volunteers over...
Coaches Corner: Life...is like Swiss Cheese
I am in a season of life where I frequently ask myself, “What are God’s plans and purpose for my life? I am reminded of the familiar verse…. “For I know the plans I have for you.” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm... Full story
A Hello from the Broadwater County Public Health Department
I want to introduce our staff and let everyone know about all of the services we have here at our department. My name is Margaret Ruckey and I am a registered nurse with 12 years of experience in various areas of nursing. I took over the role of...
Letter to the Editor: In Support of Lindsey Richtmyer
I am writing in support of Lindsey Richtmyer for Broadwater County Commissioner. Broadwater County is one of the fastest growing counties in Montana with many policy issues facing the commission. These issues are not a question of “if” we grow, i...
Bozeman CWD sampling station hours to be extended on 2nd day of youth deer hunt
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks staff in Bozeman will be available to help youth hunters learn how to sample their harvested deer for chronic wasting disease at the conclusion of Montana's two-day youth deer hunt. The CWD sampling station at... Full story
Wolves finale Friday at Boulder
Later this week, the Three Forks High School football team will wrap up the 2022 season with a road contest at Jefferson High School in Boulder. Friday's game will be the last of the high school... Full story
Letter: Delger seeks re-election to Broadwater County Commission
My name is Michael Delger. I am running for re-election in District 2 of the Board of Broadwater County Commission. I was born and raised in Townsend. Other than 4 years of military service and 2 years of out of state construction, I have worked and... Full story
Three Forks XC dominates in Townsend
The Three Forks High School Cross Country boys' team had a dominant performance last Saturday in the regular season finale at the Rusty Raisland Invitational in Townsend. The Wolves had six runners... Full story
Housing task force details regulatory reforms, other proposals aimed at affordability crunch
A draft report released last week by Gov. Greg Gianforte's housing task force details a slew of ideas to boost housing supply in an effort to tackle Montana's affordability crunch, previewing legislation that could be advanced by the governor and... Full story
Grace Donnelly participated in Concordia's speech and debate tournament on October 1
Grace Donnelly of Three Forks participated in a speech and debate tournament on the Concordia campus on Saturday, October 1. This was the first in-person forensics event for the department since 2019. "It was a pleasure to welcome other colleges to...