Articles from the November 2, 2022 edition

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Flood Mitigation Presses Forward

The Three Forks City Council unanimously approved the creation of a flood mitigation special improvement district during its Oct. 25 meeting to help gather funds for the construction, maintenance and incidental costs of the project. The council... Full story


Elections Office offering options

Some Gallatin County voters have reported not receiving their absentee ballots for the Nov. 8 general election. The Gallatin County Elections Office has a variety of ways to get those voters replacement ballots to ensure they are able to vote in the...

 By Jack H. Smith    News    November 2, 2022

'Wishlist' items huge for food bank

Later this month, the Headwaters Area Food Bank will hand out its annual Thanksgiving Food Boxes. In anticipation of the giveaway of the boxes scheduled for Saturday, November 19, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Christian Center Church in Three Forks,... Full story


Season comes to an end for Three Forks High School Volleyball team

The season ended last week for the Three Forks High School Volleyball team at the 5B District Tournament in Manhattan. After falling in the tournament opener 26-24, 19-25, 15-25, 19-25 to Whitehall,... Full story


2022 Veterans Day Program Nov. 10

The Three Forks Schools are hosting their annual Veterans Day Program on Thursday, November 10, at 9 a.m. According to music instructor Sue Pitcher, everyone is invited to attend, and the program will have the same format as past years. The program... Full story


Our View: Helping out the Food Bank

Later this month, families will be coming together to celebrate Thanksgiving. While Thanksgiving is an excellent opportunity for friends and family to spend time together and enjoy a full turkey dinner, it can also be difficult for some who cannot af... Full story


Column: Loving the 'Soup Sundays'

One of my favorite parts of the week is our home’s weekly Sunday dinner. When fall rolled around this year, it was nice to be able to introduce soups back to the menu. We all love soup, but it is not the same when it is 95 degrees outside, the... Full story

 By Ellie West    Opinion    November 2, 2022

Coaches Corner by Ellie West: Friendships

A “friend,” according to the dictionary, is “a person with whom one has a bond of mutual affection, typically one exclusive of sexual or family relations.” It comes from the Old English freond, of Germanic origin, and is related to Dutch...


Willow Creek student named to All State Band, School Veterans Day program Nov. 11

A Willow Creek High School student has been selected to participate in the All-State Band. Junior Campbell Smith will be traveling to Missoula on Friday, Nov. 11, to begin practicing for two performances. According to Willow Creek Superintendent... Full story


23rd annual Can the Griz food drive launches Nov. 5

BOZEMAN - The annual Can the Griz food drive, an off-field competition between Montana State University and the University of Montana to see which school can collect the most donations for its local food bank, will be held Nov. 5 through Nov. 19....


Montana State University Extension publishes results of statewide needs assessment

Montana State University Extension is using the results of a statewide needs assessment to help prioritize programming, inform strategic investments, consider new collaborations and partner with communities and stakeholders to address needs and...

 By Eric Dietrich    News    November 2, 2022

Gianforte pushes trades education, additional construction as fixes for Montana housing crunch

Standing in front of a luxury apartment complex under construction in Bozeman Thursday, Gov. Greg Gianforte touted his efforts to address Montana's housing affordability crunch by promoting new residential development. Flanked by construction...


Future bright for Wolves Football

With a wealth of returning talent, the future is plenty bright for the Three Forks High School Football team. While the Wolves missed out on the playoffs in the 2022 season with a 2-6 record, Head Coa... Full story


Gallatin County DVRT Tackles Domestic Violence Issues

Read the papers in Gallatin County often enough and it’s plain to see that domestic violence is a problem in our community: Stories of strangulation and other violent acts appear regularly. In the past few weeks alone, there were three...

 By Jack H. Smith    News    November 2, 2022

Campaigns signs vandalized

Over the past several weeks, campaign signs and banners supporting Montana State Representative Jennifer Carlson (HD-69) have been vandalized or stolen. Two large banners were vandalized in Three...


Broadwater County Public Health November Closings

Broadwater County Residents: Broadwater County Public Health will be closed on Tuesday, November 8th for Election Day and on Friday, November 11th for Veteran’s Day. Broadwater County Public Health will be closed on Thursday, November 24th and...


Keith "Weeds" Dykman Benefit Auction

Keith “Weeds” Dykman benefit auction will be held December 3 at the Pony Gym beginning at 2 p.m. Thanks to Sue Allen and Scott Lambert for organizing this event. Weeds fell off his roof while working on a home renovation project. The fall... Full story


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