Articles from the December 7, 2022 edition
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Winter Sports Preview: Wolves excited for season
Three Forks High School Boys Basketball Head Coach Terry Hauser always looks forward to the start of a new season, and this is certainly the case as the defending Class B State Champions open the 2022-23 season. "It's always exciting for a new... Full story
Winter Sports Preview: Wrestlers open with loaded squad
WINTER SPORTS PREVIEW: The Three Forks High School Wrestling team will open the 2022-23 season with 25 wrestlers, enough to be two deep in just about every weight class. According to Head Coach Nye... Full story
Strong start to the season for Three Forks Speech and Drama
It's so far, so good during the first three weeks of competition for the Three Forks High School Speech and Drama Team. According to Head Coach Jonathon Sutton, the team opened the season on October 29 in Deer Lodge, finishing first in Drama and... Full story
Rising from the Ashes: LaHood Park Steakhouse to reopen
LaHood Park Steakhouse, an iconic restaurant in business here for decades, is making a comeback after a fire destroyed the building last year. "I took a couple of months to think about it, and I...
Guest Editorial: Shopping small this 2022 holiday season supports Montana's essential businesses
The pandemic confirmed the critical role that small businesses play in our daily lives. It sounds cliché, but locally owned small businesses truly are the heart and soul of our cities and towns. The holiday shopping season is a crucial time...
Book Therapy and Moore hosting Polar Express event, 2023 Mason Moore Foundation Calendars available
It will be an excellent time for kids on Sunday, December 11, at Book Therapy and Moore in downtown Three Forks. The business at 120 B on South Main is hosting a Polar Express Kid's Book Club event... Full story
Coaches Corner by Ellie West: Giving Tuesday
In 2012, Giving Tuesday was born out of the need to counteract the outrageous spending after Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It is an important date as we have an opportunity to honor the value of generosity in giving back. This global movement is... Full story
Julian Wilson Norville 4/5/1926 – 11/26/2022
Julian was born on April 5, 1926, to Hugh Weston and Helen May Norville in Grand Rapids, North Dakota. They lived in Larimore, North Dakota then in Lodge Grass, Montana, for a number of years before moving to Waterloo, Montana. Julian attended...
Gallatin County Purchases Farm Bureau Building in Bozeman
Gallatin County has purchased the Farm Bureau building in Bozeman, adding space for current and future county operations to continue serving our growing population. On Thursday, Dec. 1, the Gallatin C... Full story
Gallatin County 911 Now Offering Online Records Requests
The Gallatin County 911 Records Division is happy to now offer an online portal for citizens to make requests for records from the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office and Bozeman Police Department. The new online portal is a user-friendly way to... Full story
January 15 is deadline for pheasant release applications
Applications are being accepted for the 2023 pheasant release program through Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Upland Game Bird Enhancement Program (UGBEP). Guided by statute, pen-raised birds are released in areas suitable for ring-necked pheasants...
Judge rules against suspending Montana wolf hunts while lawsuit proceeds
A Helena judge reinstated the 2022-2023 wolf hunting and trapping regulations passed by the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission Tuesday in a ruling that rejected environmental groups' request for an... Full story
AG offers tips to avoid scams as state begins Christmas shopping
Attorney General Austin Knudsen is reminding Montanans to be aware of common scams, which tend to increase during the holiday season, as they begin Christmas shopping. “Scammers are out this Christmas looking to take advantage of unsuspecting...
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at MSU hosts panel presentation about development and maintenance of winter trails
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Montana State University will present “Community Winter Trails for Human-Powered Recreation” for a Friday Forum on Dec. 9. The virtual panel discussion will run from noon to 1:30 p.m. and is free and open...