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 By STAFF REPORT    News    November 18, 2020

Meridian Bridge meeting November 18

The Gallatin County Commissioners will host a public meeting in Three Forks on Wednesday, Nov. 18 to discuss with the public the project to replace Meridian Bridge. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m....

 

MDT seeks input on two Interstate 90 Bridges

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to invite the public to comment on a proposal to rehabilitate two bridges west of Three Forks. The bridges carry Interstate 90 over an abandoned railroad located at approximately reference...

 

City asking for Public Comment

The City of Three Forks is actively seeking public comments for two sizeable projects: • 2020 Growth Policy Update • Madison-Ruby-Jefferson River Watersheds Flood Maps Update Growth Policy Update...

 

Three Forks Rodeo Board fundraising continues

Three Forks Rodeo Board members are continuing their fundraising efforts to pay for the new bleachers installed earlier this year. At a City Council meeting last week, Councilmen and Rodeo Board member Gene Townsend updated the governing body on...

 
 By STAFF REPORT    News    November 18, 2020

Closures announced

The City of Three Forks has closed their office to the public due to the increase of COVID-19 cases in Gallatin County. The City Hall has a drop box outside our door to drop payments, or other completed applications/sign up forms. If residents...

 

Three Forks Receives Bright Surprise Award

Anyone involved with the Three Forks School district has witnesses on a daily basis the hard work of administrators, teachers, school board and staff members. As a reward for their hard work, the...

 

OUR VIEW: Slow down for emergency personnel

In late October, two tow truck drivers were killed on the scene of an accident on Interstate 90. This was a very tragic accident and one that should send a loud and clear message to those who are driving by tow truck drivers and emergency personnel...

 

Column: Fake troubles...

It was the middle of the night and here I found myself in the high desert of Wyoming with my headlines on trying to navigate through a never-ending sea of sagebrush. While I certainly wasn’t hiding a body as I see on so many of the true-crime shows...

 

Pestel named to All-Conference team

Three Forks sophomore volleyball player Addi Pestel received a prestigious honor last week when she was named to the 5B District All-Conference Second Team. Head Coach Tracy Welter said she is not...

 

Southwest Montana hunters see varied success over third weekend of general hunt

BOZEMAN – Hunter numbers and success continue to vary in southwest Montana as recent snowfall facilitated some harvest opportunity while creating challenges for travel and access. Wildlife biologists with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks operated...

 

Taz is Pet of Week

Meet Taz! This sweet man is looking for a new home with you. Don't let his age fool you, he is a very sweet boy who would make a great addition to your family. He is looking for a low energy home. Most dogs are good as well as older children. Taz is...

 

Phase None: Bullock says the state can't afford a return to stay-at-home restrictions as COVID-19 spreads uncontrolled

At Billings Clinic, the emergency room is turning away ambulances. In Bozeman, health care workers who are supposed to be quarantined because of exposure to COVID-19 are having to work. Ravalli County emergency room doctors say the community is "on...

 

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