Articles from the October 26, 2022 edition

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Wolves finish second, 3 earn All-State Honors

A magical season for the Three Forks High School Cross Country team ended with some incredible results at last Saturday's MHSA Class B State Meet in Missoula. For the second straight year, the Wolves... Full story

 By Eric Dietrich    News    October 26, 2022

Housing Task Force presents recs to Governor

A task force charged with identifying solutions for Montana's housing crunch formally passed recommendations for legislative action to Gov. Greg Gianforte Wednesday, teeing up debates over state... Full story


Great Harvest Bazaar set for Saturday

It should be an excellent time for shopping this Saturday, October 29, in Three Forks, with close to 60 vendors anticipated at the Great Harvest Bazaar. After a successful inaugural event in 2020, organizer Brooke McLees is looking forward to this... Full story


Chamber Trick or Treat on Main October 31, Rebekah Lodge hosting Oct. 29 party

The annual Three Forks Chamber of Commerce Trick or Treat on Main event should be a fantastic time for local children this Halloween. The event is scheduled to take place on Monday, October 31, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Three Forks. "We are... Full story


Three Forks enrollment on the rise

Like the local population, Three Forks School District’s student enrollment has been on the rise and in an attempt to prevent overcrowding, the school board has moved forward with a policy which will close the district to new out-of-district studen...


Guest Editorial: 50 Years of the Clean Water Act

The Clean Water Act turned 50 on October 18th. Over the past five decades, it has proven itself as one of the most successful environmental laws on the books. It has cleaned up contaminated waterways, helped to assure that the drinking water coming...


Column: I would like you to be my captain

I’ve been trying not to spend too much time on social media.   If I’m online for more than a few minutes, it starts to hamper my productivity and raises my anxiety levels, which I don’t need at this point in my life. One of the double-edged...


Game Animal Carcass Disposal Available in Gallatin County

Southwest Montana hunters can help prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD) by properly disposing of game animal carcasses at three locations across Gallatin County this hunting season. Dumping carcasses is illegal, unethical, and can... Full story

 By Keely Larson    News    October 26, 2022

Montana's muted 2022 fire season fizzles

Early-summer moisture and unstrained resources for aggressive suppression conspired to deliver a more muted fire season than had been expected in spring. But in hindsight, meteorologists and land... Full story


Volleyball opens postseason play Thursday

It's postseason time for the Three Forks High School Volleyball team. The third-seeded Wolves will open the 5B District Tournament Thursday at 9:30 a.m. with a matchup with sixth-seeded Whitehall. The winner of the match will advance to play second-s... Full story


Letter: Carlson should be reelected

Jennifer Carlson is doing an exemplary job serving MT House District 69 (Manhattan and Three Forks) and should be reelected. I have never met a political candidate I have wanted to support more. As a young, married mom, I feel Carlson represents me,...


Letter: Rauser humbled by support

Dear Editor/Broadwater County Voters, I am writing my final letter to the editor for this election. I want to thank each and every person that has donated, reached out, and helped spread the word. I am humbled by all the support. I would like to summ...


Letter: Vote for Hamilton

Letter to the Editor I am writing in support of Rocky Hamilton, a true servant leader, for HD 69. As a Manhattan Police Sergeant, he passed up his own raise to make sure new officers were paid more. Who does this? Only someone that cares more for...


Letter: To Broadwater County Voters

I’ve been told I am dying and won’t make it through another term and that am currently too physically ill to perform the duties of County Commissioner.  I am sorry to disappoint anyone, but I am not physically incapacitated, and I am not...


Letter: Support of Hamilton

 Montanans have a tradition of working together to build great communities. As life long residents of Gallatin County, Paul and I have witnessed that first hand.  We support Rocky Hamilton for HD 69. Rocky has over ten years experience in law...


Letter: Funk supporting Hamilton

With all of the noise in national politics these days it’s easy to forget the importance of local elections, in particular, who we want to represent us in the Montana legislature. In HD 69 we have a choice between extreme right Republican Jennifer...


Letter: Former Mayor supports Hamilton

I am writing as both a former Mayor of the Town of Manhattan and also a member of the Police Commission. I have had the opportunity to know Rocky Hamilton, who is running for Representative of House District 69, for several years. He gained a lot of...


Trapper education field day set for Nov. 19

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a trapper education field day in Bozeman on Saturday, Nov. 19. The field day will begin at 8 a.m. and conclude at 5:30 p.m. at FWP's Bozeman office, 1400 S. 19th Ave. Students must register for the field...


Grizzly bear conflicts continue in southwestern Montana

BOZEMAN – Bear specialists and game wardens with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks have responded recently to several separate conflicts involving grizzly bears in southwestern Montana. No people were injured in these conflicts. However, one grizzly b...


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