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Articles from the November 23, 2022 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    November 23, 2022 

Tester: Fentanyl rips apart Montana families

Fentanyl overdoses and seizures by law enforcement are rising at an alarming rate in Montana. In an effort to protect Montana communities from fentanyl and strengthen the border, U.S. Senator Jon... Full story


Three Forks schools teach 'good digital citizenry', loses coaches

The Three Forks School Board discussed methods to ensure technology does not become a distraction at school as well as ways to teach students to be "good digital citizens" while at home during its... Full story

 By ELLIE WEST    Opinion    November 23, 2022 

Coaches Corner: What sparks a light in you?

"You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you." ~Alexander Den Heijer This quote is accurate, especially during the holiday... Full story


Turkey Run November 24

A Thanksgiving Day Turkey Run is scheduled in Three Forks. The 5K event is scheduled for Thursday, November 24, starting at 9 a.m. at the High School Track. The event is open to the public and all ages; those participating can run, walk, or bike. A... Full story


FCCLA Three Forks Christmas Stroll Buttons

Join Three Forks Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) in bringing holiday joy to children in our community. FCCLA will be selling Three Forks Christmas Stroll buttons this year to fund our Sub for Santa Project. Sub for Santa... Full story


School drop off reminder

Just a reminder that the north campus entrance to the football field and bus loop is not an area to be used by parents or students before or after school. This area is designated for staff parking only and for bus drop off / pick up. Parents, please... Full story

 By JACK H. SMITH    Sports    November 23, 2022 

Wolves earn postseason accolades

Senior Morgan Carr and junior Cheyenne Cavin were recently named to the 5B All-Conference volleyball team. After leading the team in assists, Carr was voted by district coaches to the first team.... Full story

 By JACK H. SMITH    Sports    November 23, 2022 

Williams, Barnett named All-Conference

2 Three Forks High School football players were named to the 5B All-Conference team. 5B Coaches voted Josh Barnett to the second team as a defensive end and Shane Williams earned second-team honors... Full story


Our View: Importance of shopping local

While shopping locally is a great idea throughout the year, it is even more critical during the holiday season. While many will be looking to get some fantastic deals on gifts on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday is a wonderful opportunity to... Full story


Column: Constructing the perfect Thanksgiving plate

Along with a slice of New York style pizza and a perfectly cooked piece of prime rib, Thanksgiving dinner has to be my favorite meal. While some people might not put in as much thought as I do about constructing the best plate possible on... Full story


Republicans select Legislative Leadership, Carlson selected as Whip

House and Senate Republicans on Wednesday selected Rep. Matt Regier of Kalispell and Sen. Jason Ellsworth of Hamilton as the leaders of their respective caucuses, cueing up a 2023 legislative session in which the GOP will enjoy the first two-thirds...


Court order changes wolf hunting season, effective immediately

Last week, a District Court in Lewis and Clark County issued a temporary restraining order impacting some of Montana's wolf hunting and trapping regulations. The changes go into effect immediately. The changes outlined in the temporary restraining...


City of Three Forks Ice Rink open for season

The City of Three Forks Ice Rink at Stevenson Park opened for the season on Sunday, November 20. Those using asking the rink are being asked to only wear skates while on the ice. Below is the Ice Rink Policy adopted by the Three Forks City Council in... Full story

 By Anne Cantrell    News    November 23, 2022 

MSU receives nearly $1.5 million to support student parents, strengthen early childhood education profession

Montana State University students who are parents will receive more support for child care thanks to a four-year grant worth nearly $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Education. The grant provides $1.465 million for MSU’s Child Care Access...


Three Forks Christmas Stroll

The Three Forks Chamber of Commerce will host the Annual Christmas Stroll on Friday, December 2nd. Main Street will close early, allowing strollers to visit local businesses starting at 4:30 p.m. and... Full story


Montana State University's Can the Griz food drive collects equivalent of 613,054 pounds of food for local families

Montana State University and Gallatin Valley communities pulled out a win in the 23rd annual Can the Griz food drive, with supporters donating the equivalent of 613,054 pounds of food to... Full story


Steve Daines: I'm thankful for Montana

As a fifth-generation Montanan, I didn't choose Montana - Montana chose me. Over 100 years ago, my great-great-grandmother homesteaded 23 miles east of Conrad, and that's how my family made it to... Full story


Fairweather Fishing Access Site closed partially due to flooding

CLARKSTON – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks implemented a partial closure of the north portion of Fairweather Fishing Access Site last week due to flooding. An ice jam on the Missouri River has caused water to flow onto the access road at the... Full story

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