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Articles from the November 9, 2022 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    November 9, 2022

City eyes speed indicator signs

Speed indicator signs could be in the future on South Main/Old Yellowstone Trail in Three Forks. The Three Forks City Council recently voted unanimously to send a letter to the Gallatin the Montana De... Full story


Longtime local state park manager Andrus retiring at end of 2022

After 20 years with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, current Missouri Headwaters and Madison Buffalo Jump State Parks Manager Dave Andrus is retiring at the end of 2022. Last Sunday, Andrus was... Full story


Open burning in Gallatin County ends on Nov. 30

There are only a few more weeks of open burning left in the season in Gallatin County. Open burning in Gallatin County ends on November 30 and will reopen on March 1. If you still have burning... Full story


Former Logan resident, Montana State alumnus to be inducted into Montana engineering hall of fame

A Montana State University engineering graduate whose numerous projects around the state include roadways and water treatment facilities will be inducted into the Montana Professional Engineers Hall of Fame. Tommy Harris "T.H." Thomas, who earned... Full story

 By Ellie West    Opinion    November 9, 2022

Coaches Corner: Gifts and Talents

On my growth journey, I, like many of you, may have tried to discover your gifts and talents. You may have had the same questions I have had over many years. What gifts and talents do I have to offer to anyone? It wasn’t until I started to embrace... Full story

 By Carly Graf    News    November 9, 2022

Montana youth mental health needs on the rise

Young people in Montana were twice as likely to die by suicide than in the rest of the country during the last decade, according to state statistics. Data from 2011 to 2020 released this spring by the state's Department of Public Health and Human... Full story


Governor Gianforte, Director Clark Announce Barley Purchase Agreement with Major Multinational Brewing Company

HELENA, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte and Montana Department of Agriculture Director Christy Clark last week aannounced a letter of intent for Heineken International Cerveceria Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma (Heineken International) to increase its... Full story


Three Forks Wrestling Club hosting Fall Camp

STAFF REPORT The Three Forks Wrestling Club is hosting its Fall Camp from November 11 to 13. The camp is available for wrestlers 11 and up and will take place in the Old Gymnasium on November 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., November 12 from 1 to 3:30 p.m.... Full story


Runners headed to Nike Cross Northwest Regionals

Less than a month after a second-place finish at the MHSA Class B State meet, members of the Three Forks High School Cross Country are not quite done with competition for the year. Competing as a club team, eight Three Forks runners will be heading... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    News    November 9, 2022

Voters Approve Gallatin County Rest Home Mill Levy, Carlson re-elected

Editor’s Note: This article was last updated with unofficial preliminary results posted by the Gallatin County Elections Department on November 9 at 4:37 p.m. Local voters on Tuesday, November 8 approved the Gallatin County Rest Home Mill Levy. In... Full story


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