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Articles from the November 10, 2021 edition

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City Ice Rink Opening Soon

Last Thursday, Three Forks Mayor Sean Gifford was hard at work painting the warming hut at the new City of Three Forks Ice Rink at Stevenson Park. If all goes as planned, Gifford hopes to open the... Full story


Three Forks Schools Hosting Veterans Day Program

Under the direction of Jonathan Sutton and Sue Pitcher, the Three Forks Schools are hosting a Veterans Day program on Thursday, November 11, at 9 a.m. in the gymnasium. The program is open to the... Full story


Governor Launches $7.5 Million Value-Added Agriculture Grant Program

Montana Governor Greg Gianforte last week launched a $7.5 million Agriculture Infrastructure Grant Program to invest in value-added agricultural products across the state and strengthen the industry. "Agriculture is Montana's number one industry,...


Fish and Wildlife Commission proposes to repeal some administrative rules on the Madison River

At its Oct. 28 meeting, the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed to repeal two administrative rules regarding the recreational use of the Madison River.   On Dec. 24, 2020, the commission adopted the Madison River Recreation Management... Full story


Preschool Development Screening Next Week

The Three Forks School District is hosting a Preschool Development Screening next week. Parents with concerns with their child’s development, speech, or hearing are encouraged to sign up for the screening scheduled for Tuesday, November 16, from...


Veterans Day 2021: A Legacy of Freedom

Military service by its nature is temporary. The legacy of that service, however, can benefit generations for centuries. Veterans Day can be traced to the armistice which ended World War I. Though the peace of that treaty did not survive the fascist...


Wolves learn from postseason, coach praises senior class

While they were unable to advance out of last month's 5B District Volleyball Tournament in Manhattan, the four matches provided a wonderful learning experience for the younger players on the team.... Full story


County Voters Approve Law & Justice Center, 3 Elected to Three Forks Council

A third time was a charm with voters who approved the funding for a new Gallatin County Law and Justice Center Tuesday night. After two unsuccessful attempts, the unofficial results from the Tuesday, November 2 election show voters approving the...


NRCS Announces Funding Opportunities to Improve Water Quality in Gallatin, Park Counties

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Montana is offering assistance opportunities for agricultural producers through its Environmental Quality Incentives Program and Regional Conservation Partnership Program through two specific...


Montana's worst drought in more than 20 years continues into fall

The drought that has dried out soils, drawn down rivers and reservoirs and challenged agricultural producers, land managers, recreationists and wildlife continues to persist as hydrologists anxiously track the progression of the La Niña weather... Full story


FAQ: Chronic wasting disease in Montana

Since chronic wasting disease, or CWD, was detected in Montana's wildlife in 2017, the affliction has become increasingly widespread. Though the CWD positivity rate among all deer, elk and moose...


FWP announces changes to application process for recreation grant programs

Due to software performance issues, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is making changes to its 2022 recreation grant program application cycles. Typically, applications for the Recreational Trails Program (RTP), the Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Program...


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