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Superintendent submits letter of resignation

Three Forks Superintendent Jeff Elliott has submitted a letter of resignation to the School Board of Trustees. In his third year in the position, Elliott said Monday he would be leaving when he fulfills his contract on July 1. The School Board voted... Full story

 

Local Calls will Require Area Code due to National Suicide Prevention rollout

On July 16, 2020, the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") approved the designation of 988 as the new, nationwide, 3-digit abbreviated code for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The 988 h...

 
 By Mara Silvers    News    December 16, 2020

Montana prepares for initial COVID-19 vaccinations

When 9,750 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine arrive in Montana as early as this week, the delivery will mark the beginning of a complex distribution plan organized by public health officials,...

 

City applies for FEMA BRIC Grant

The City of Three Forks applied this week for a FEMA Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) Grant that would pay for 75 percent of a mitigation project to reduce flooding from the...

 

Missing Christmas Stroll Items Recovered

The Three Forks Chamber of Commerce has recovered three wreaths and two trees that were taken during this month's Christmas Stroll. According to Chamber Director Leandra Hill, they were able to identify who took the items and they were contacted by...

 

Wolves Speech and Drama team adapting, thriving to start season

Going into this season, we knew that it would be different. Especially when our season was shortened to two months of competition and the meets were made digital. Those differences were obvious, and with those differences came fears. Fears that our...

 

Guest Editorial: 229 years ago, America became . . . America

Yesterday marked a hidden holiday, as uncelebrated as it is unappreciated. It was 229 years ago December 15 that the United States ratified the Bill of Rights, ensuring unprecedented freedom for the people of an emerging nation. Bill of Rights Day...

 

Column: Philly 'Wit' Cheese

The City of Philadelphia is rich in history and perhaps and is perhaps as important or more in the creation of the United States as anywhere else. While Philadelphia does have the nickname of the "city of brotherly love", it has also garnered a reput...

 

FWP's online licensing system to have new look starting December 9

Hunters, recreators, and anglers who purchase licenses online will notice a new look to the sales system starting on Dec. 9. This change is targeted at improving customer experience with the current licensing website by making it more intuitive. The...

 
 By Mara Silvers    News    December 16, 2020

Lawmakers continue rules debate

HELENA - Lawmakers who sit on the House and Senate rules committees convened virtually and at the state Capitol this week to debate how the upcoming legislative session should operate as COVID-19...

 

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