Articles from the January 11, 2023 edition

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 By Keely Larson    News    January 11, 2023

Medicaid and Abortion Top Health Agenda for Montana Lawmakers

HELENA, Mont. - Montana lawmakers said lowering costs and expanding patient access will be their top health care goals for the new legislative session. But they also will have to contend with making... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    January 11, 2023

Center Offers Tips for 'Avalanche Terrain'

While many Three Forks residents and others throughout southwest Montana enjoy getting outside to recreate during the winter, they should be mindful of increased avalanche dangers due to an above-aver... Full story


Three Forks FFA Hosting Leadership Development Event

The Three Forks Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter is hosting the Southwest Leadership Development event next week. According to Advisor Connie Olsen, approximately 200 to 250 Blue and Gold Jackets will converge at Three Forks High School on... Full story


Op-Ed: Medicaid Rates for Montana Nursing Homes

As Montanans, we care for each other. Across the rural-urban divide, generational divide, and Brawl of the Wild divide. Of all our constituents across Montana, the most deserving are our elderly neighbors who are on Medicaid benefits. They have... Full story


Column: In bed by 10 on New Year's Eve

I’m sure many people festively celebrated the New Year when the clock struck midnight, officially making it 2023. I was not one of them. In fact, I was in bed at about 10 p.m. I wasn’t a huge fan of 2022, so I did not want to celebrate anything... Full story


Virginia A. (Ginny) Crowley Sullivan

Virginia A (Ginny) Crowley Sullivan passed away peacefully on December 19, 2022 after a short illness. Ginny was born in Bozeman, MT on September 30, 1939 to Bill and Mary Jane Crowley. She was the second of four children and grew up on a ranch in... Full story


Smith River application due Feb. 15

Permit applications to float the Smith River will be accepted through Feb. 15. The permit drawing will be held on Feb. 21. Celebrated for its spectacular scenery, remote location and excellent fishing, floating the Smith River is one of Montana’s... Full story


Coaches Corner: Expand Your Knowledge

At the end of December, I asked my husband if he was up for a challenge this year. He looked at me a bit perplexed and said, "hmmm, what is the challenge? I said, "a typical book has 55,000 to 65,000 words. If we spend 45 minutes a day reading, we... Full story


Wolves flex muscle at 2 weekend events

STAFF REPORT It was a phenomenal weekend of results for the Three Forks High School Wrestling team, with outstanding performances at the prestigious Bozeman LeProwse All-Class Tournament and Columbus... Full story


Public comment deadline for several proposals is February 3

HELENA – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on several proposals slated to go to the Fish and Wildlife Commission in February. Comment is open through Feb. 3. After public comment, commissioners can offer amendments to the... Full story


Three Forks picks up conference win

One night after a tough 40-34 rivalry loss at Manhattan, the Three Forks High School Girls' Basketball team bounced back impressively with a 54-49 home win on January 7 over Townsend. The Wolves... Full story


Well-balanced attack leads Wolves to rivalry win

It has been a strong start to 5B Conference play for the Three Forks High School Boys' Basketball team. The Wolves finished the first half of conference play last week with a 4-1 record that included... Full story


MSU Extension offers updated legal and financial information for caregivers of those with memory loss

MSU News Service Montana State University Extension has partnered with the Montana Alzheimer's Work Group, the Department of Public Health and Human Services, Alzheimer's Association-Montana Chapter and AARP Montana to offer Montana-specific... Full story


Gallatin County 911 Hosting Recruiting Workshops

As part of its ongoing recruiting efforts, Gallatin County 911 is hosting a series of upcoming workshops to provide more information for anyone interested in a career as a 911 dispatcher. Come visit with our 911 staff about the hiring process, our... Full story


Bozeman Symphony's Free Family Concert Returns

The Bozeman Symphony’s Free Family Concert returns with The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra February 11 at 10:30 AM and 1:00 PM. Designed specifically for children ages 5-12, this educational concert will be fun for the whole family! Music...


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