Articles from the January 25, 2023 edition

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Counseling Services return at Three Rivers Medical Clinic

Counseling services are once again available at the Three Rivers Medical Clinic. Jen Kamps was recently hired as a Counselor for the Behavioral Health Program at the clinic located at 16 Railway Avenu... Full story


TF Schools Adult Education Program to start on February 13

The Three Forks Schools are hosting their annual Adult Education Program next month. The program will start on February 13 and run for eight weeks. According to Program Director Tyler Palmer, they will be offering 19 classes with four first-time inst... Full story


Sub-Zero Temperatures Followed by Warm Up Increase Potential for Ice Jams and Flooding

Fluctuating temperatures across Montana have already resulted in ice jam flooding in some areas of the state and is raising concerns for potential flooding along other rivers and streams. "We urge... Full story


City of Three Forks seeks to fill Council vacancy

STAFF REPORT After the January 13 resignation of Steve Dahl, the City of Three Forks is looking to fill a vacancy on the City Council. The person selected by the governing body will serve in the position until December 31, 2023. QUALIFICATIONS Every... Full story


Three grizzly bears test positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza

HELENA – Three juvenile grizzly bears tested positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus this fall. The three bears, one near Augusta, one near Dupuyer, and another near Kalispell,... Full story


MSU Extension to offer series of webinars on estate and legacy planning

From MSU News Service BOZEMAN – Montana State University Extension has once again teamed up with the Montana 4-H Foundation and MSU 4-H Center to offer its Fabulous Fridays webinar series on estate and legacy planning. The six-part webinar series... Full story


Drama finishes second, speech third at Divisionals

The Three Forks High School Speech and Drama team had top-three finishes at last week’s Divisional Tournament in Columbus. The Drama team finished in second place in Class B behind only Broadwater County High School, and the Speech team ended the... Full story


Construction Update

On January 23, the Middle School and District Offices were relocated to the north side of the building, facing the stadium bleachers. The Middle School main entrance on Neal will be closed and inaccessible due to construction. The new high school...


Op-Ed: Montana Taxpayers Deserve a Refund

By Speaker of the House: Rep. Matt Regier, Speaker Pro Tempore: Rep. Rhonda Knudsen and Major Leader: Rep. Sue Vinton The 68th Montana Legislature is officially in session, and the House has already gaveled in. This year the state faces a unique... Full story


Firefighters honored at annual banquet

STAFF REPORT Three Forks Volunteer Fire Department hosted its annual banquet earlier this month. New Firefighters sworn in at the meeting were Joshua Bingham, Daniel Roney, and Chase Moore. Awards... Full story


Column: Don't eat the gas station egg salad sandwich

When I first decided to move to Montana nearly eight years ago, I ended up staying for a few weeks at a hotel. I was very excited about my new adventure, but looking back, I did not enjoy my time at the motel. The hotel room was the type of dirty... Full story


Senior wrestlers recognized, Wolves finish second at Class B/C Duals

Not only did a January 19 Mixer event give local fans a chance to cheer on the Three Forks High School Wrestling team as they won 12 of 16 matches, but it also was an opportunity to highlight the... Full story


Three Forks preps for busy week of conference action

It will be a busy week of conference action for the Three Forks High School Girls' Basketball team, with a Thursday home game against Whitehall and a Friday contest at Boulder. In action last week,... Full story


Montana to pause rental assistance program, citing backlog and diminished funding

A key COVID-era relief program to assist renters may be approaching its expiration date in Montana. The state’s Department of Commerce recently announced that it is set to pause emergency rental assistance applications in the next couple of days... Full story


Coaches Corner: Be intentional with your inner circle

How do you choose friends? Do you value personality, integrity, morals, and values? We must be very intentional in how we choose our inner circle. The right friends for you should help you to become more humble and willing to serve others from all wa... Full story


Publication finds Montana has second highest demand for leaders in the U.S

From the MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Montana has the second highest demand for leaders per capita in the country, according to the findings of a report that will be presented in a Montana State University Extension webinar at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday,...


Wolves defeat Columbus with buzzer beater

It was quite the week for the Three Forks High School Boys' Basketball team. The Wolves snapped a three-game losing streak on Friday, January 20, with junior Shane Williams hitting a shot at the buzzer for a thrilling 64-63 win over... Full story


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