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Headwaters Country Jam announces 2022 lineup

The 2022 Headwaters Country Jam lineup was recently announced for the festival scheduled for August 18 to 20 at "The Bridge" near Three Forks. The headlining act for August 18 is Hardy. Other opening... Full story

 

Social media post leads to investigation

After a social media post made last week by a former Three Forks student was flagged by the FBI, an investigation by the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office found it was not a credible threat to district staff or students. Three Forks Superintendent R...

 

Research study shows rising housing costs driven by Montana home shortage

The root cause of Montana's increasingly stifling housing market? Too few homes to go around, a researcher told a legislative committee studying the state's economic condition Monday.  "There is by any metric an enormous housing shortage in this... Full story

 

No Voice on Dec. 29

The Three Forks Voice weekly newspaper will not print an edition on Wednesday, December 29. After the December 22 edition, the paper will miss a week and be back with a paper being distributed on Wednesday, January 5, 2022. Staff apologizes for any...

 

Forsberg named 2021 MCA Boys XC Coach of the Year

With strong finishes the past two seasons at the State meet, the Three Forks High School Cross Country team has established itself as one of the premier programs in Class B. The boys team ended the year the 2021 season with a second-place finish at... Full story

 

Speech and Drama team continues success

The Three Forks High School Speech and Drama team continues to shine. At their most recent meet on December 4 in Boulder, the Wolves had several competitors finish in first place. This includes Grace Donnelly in Impromptu, Asher Lehr in Humorous...

 

The Prairie Doc: 'Tis the Season for Y93.2

The holiday season is here, and many wonderful activities are happening. As you hustle and bustle, be aware that accidents and injuries can occur. When you see a doctor, they record a diagnosis code explaining the purpose of the appointment. Some...

 

Column: Pics at the Stroll

I was lucky enough to get a job at a daily newspaper in my hometown while I was still attending college. Don’t get me wrong, I feel like I got a good education, but I learned more in the first few weeks on the job than I did in four years of...

 

History of the New Year's Eve Game Night at the United Methodist Church in Three Forks

The United Methodist Church in Three Forks is hosting a New Year’s Eve Dinner and Game Night. The church is inviting local residents for the free dinner on December 31 at 6 p.m. in the Annex, followed by family friendly games starting at 7 p.m....

 

Three Forks opens with win over Fairfield

It was a tremendous opening game of the season for the Three Forks High School girls basketball team as a solid defensive effort led the way in a 35-26 win over perennial Class B power Fairfield.... Full story

 

Wolves win two at Shelby tournament

It's so far, so good for the Three Forks High School boys basketball team. Opening their season at a tournament in Shelby, the Wolves picked up a 72-69 win last Friday over Fairfield and a 59-46... Full story

 

Robert H. Young

1951 – 2021 On December 5, 2021, Robert H. Young, 70, died of natural causes leaving a close circle of very valued and beloved friends in Livingston, as well as family, all of whom will always remember his very kind and gentle and very quiet nature... Full story

 

Lee Colgrove Phillips

Lee, 68, passed away November 29, 2021, from lung cancer. He was born and raised in Montana. Like a true Montanan the path he chose was not always the easy way but his way. Lee grew up in Three Forks where he was called to the woods and living life o... Full story

 

Wolves headed to huge CMR Tournament

The Three Forks High School wrestling team is poised to take on some of the best competition in the state at this weekend's CMR Tournament in Great Falls. Three weeks into the season, Head Coach Nye Howey feels his team will be prepared for the compe...

 

Montana petitions U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to delist NCDE grizzlies

Gov. Greg Gianforte's office announced today that the state is petitioning the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to remove Endangered Species Act protections for grizzly bears in the Northern... Full story

 

Tester Continues His Fight to Suspend Brazilian Beef Imports, Defend Montana Cattle Producers

Continuing his aggressive push to defend Montana cattle producers, U.S. Senator Jon Tester recently sent a bipartisan letter with 15 of his colleagues urging U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to listen to the concerns of those in...

 

Governor, DPHHS Announce $5.5 Million to Help Health Care Workers With Child Care Costs

HELENA, Mont. – Together with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS), Governor Greg Gianforte today announced the state will invest $5.5 million in federal funding to help eligible health care workers with the cost of...

 

Daines Continues to Elevate Montana Ag Issues, Demands Halt of Brazilian Fresh Beef Imports

U.S. Senator Steve Daines earlier this week joined a bipartisan effort to help support Montana ranchers by calling on the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to immediately suspend fresh beef imports from Brazil. “Cattle producers across the...

 

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