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Articles from the December 8, 2021 edition

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The Shoppe Pastry and Coffehouse officially open for business

The Shoppe Pastry and Coffeehouse is officially open for business in Three Forks. The business located at 119 S. Main in downtown Three Forks opened its doors during last Friday's Christmas Stroll and... Full story

 

Montana Winter Burning Season Begins

Smoke from open burning can get trapped in Montana's mountain valleys during wintertime inversions causing poor air quality. For this reason, the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) revi... Full story

 
 By Amanda Eggert    News    December 8, 2021

Madison River flow returns after midnight dam repair

Near-seasonal flows to the Madison River, one of Montana's most popular fisheries, have been restored following a late-night repair last Thursday to Hebgen Dam's outflow gate. NorthWestern Energy post... Full story

 

Wolves wrestlers finish 4th at Cascade

It was an impressive start to the 2021-22 season for the Three Forks High School wrestling team, with the Wolves taking home two individual champions and finishing fourth out of 19 teams at last...

 

Our View: Community steps up during holidays

A few days before Thanksgiving, volunteers gathered at the Three Forks Senior Center for an outreach project that helped feed those who might have needed a little extra food. In the weeks before the...

 

Column: Never a bad meal

It would be pretty safe to say that I was one of many devastated a few months ago with the news that the LaHood Park Steakhouse near Cardwell was a total loss due to a fire. I recently read a book about the Sacajawea Hotel, and it mentions how Three...

 

Strong senior class, talented newcomers leading the way for Three Forks basketball

Since taking over the program in 2016, Three Forks High School boys basketball coach Terry Hauser has had a plethora of talented players that helped lead the way to three trips to the Class B State... Full story

 

Deep Wolves team opens season Friday

When the Three Forks High School girls basketball team opens the season this week at a tournament in Shelby, they will do so with four seniors returning leading the way. Head Coach Mike Sauvageau is... Full story

 

Gianforte Appoints Andrew Breuner to 18th Judicial District Court

HELENA, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte today announced he is appointing Andrew Breuner to serve on the Eighteenth Judicial District Court. Breuner fills the vacancy created by the 2021 Legislature’s addition of a district judge position to the...

 

Addictive Birding Behavior: Search for Brambling leads to Three Forks

My wife claims that I am addicted to birding. I adamantly deny that claim, though I have never tried to quit since I seriously started in 1993. The reason that my wife says am addicted is that I will... Full story

 

Judge strikes down gun law on campuses

On November 30, Lewis and Clark County District Court Judge Michael McMahon struck down provisions of Montana's new "constitutional carry" law that apply to college campuses, ruling that the law violates the constitutional authority of the Montana...

 

Reminder: Muzzleloader heritage season open December 11 to 19

HELENA – While the general rifle season is now closed, traditional muzzleloader enthusiasts will have a season of their own starting in about two weeks.   The nine-day season muzzleloader heritage hunting season was established when House Bill...

 

America's Best Kept Secret Celebrates 80th Anniversary

Billings, MT—Civil Air Patrol (CAP) was officially established by the Office of Civilian Defense on December 1, 1941, just six days before the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Imperial Japanese Navy. From March 5, 1942, until August 31, 1943, 26 CAP c...

 

Tester, Thune Lead Colleagues in Requesting Assistance for Livestock Producers Affected by Drought

United States Senators Jon Tester (D-Mont) and John Thune (R-S.D.) this week led a bipartisan group of senators in urging the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) to address a gap in coverage under the Emergency Assistance...

 

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