Connect With Your Community!

Business


Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 107

  • Living Sky Grains named 'Best in Show' at Made in Montana Event

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Apr 3, 2024

    There was fantastic news for a Three Forks business at last month’s 2024 Made in Montana Trade Show for Food and Gifts in Helena. Living Sky Grains, owned by Franck and Kari Groeneweg, was named “Best in Show Overall” at the annual event hosted by the Montana Department of Commerce. Kari said her family was honored and surprised by the award, as the show was full of amazing vendors showcasing their products. “We love farming in Montana, and we think Montana’s people are amazing. We enjoyed learn... Full story

  • Vigilante Electric Announces new CEO

    Apr 3, 2024

    The board of trustees at Vigilante Electric Cooperative (VEC) is proud to announce the hiring of Trevor Parke as its new chief executive officer. Parke brings more than two decades of experience in utilities to VEC. "We are delighted to welcome Trevor as the next CEO of Vigilante Electric Cooperative," said Andy Johnson, board president. "His extensive background in the electric utility space and his appreciation for the cooperative business model makes him an ideal fit to lead us into the future."...

  • Iron Horse Cafe and Pie Shop featured in new book

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Mar 13, 2024

    The Iron Horse Café and Pie Shop in Three Forks is featured in the recently released book "100 Things to Do in Montana Before You Die." In the book by Missoula-based author Susie Wall, the restaurant is listed under the heading "Eat Dessert first at the Iron Horse Café and Pie Shop." Known across the Gallatin Valley as the Three Forks Pie Lady, owner Jamie Taylor had no idea the business would be included in the book until hearing from the writer. "It was super cool. The writer had been in t... Full story

  • Star Theatre Plans Grand Re-Opening with Oscars Red Carpet Event March 10th

    Chiara Schober, Gold Junction Presents|Mar 6, 2024

    Welcome, movie enthusiasts and glamorous party-goers, to the most anticipated event of the year at the Star Theatre in Whitehall. The wait for the Star Theatre to reopen is nearly over. The Star Theatre, now operated by Whitehall non-profit Gold Junction Presents (GJP), is excited to announce its grand re-opening on Sunday, March 10th with an Oscars Red Carpet party. We're rolling out the red carpet and inviting you to join us for a dazzling Oscars Party that promises to be an unforgettable night of glitz, glamour, and movie magic. The best... Full story

  • Montana small businesses thrive in these counties

    Stacker|Mar 6, 2024

    In 2021, the IRS received a whopping 5.4 million business applications—an all-time high since the U.S. government began tracking this data in 2004. The year with the second-highest number of new business applications? 2020. Today, small businesses employ nearly half of the nation's workers, according to a Chamber of Commerce report. It's fair to say that the past few years have been banner years for small businesses, but what about regional differences? The business climate in a small town in T...

  • R&D Barbershop open for business on Main Street

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Feb 7, 2024

    The R&D Barbershop located at 17 S. Main Street in Three Forks is officially open for business. Owners Dave and Robin Francisco, who have over 40 years of experience as barbers, moved to Three Forks two and a half years ago. “We love the town and the surrounding areas of Three Forks. Talking with several people, we heard that the barber in town had retired, and the town was left without one. We saw the need to help the community so they wouldn’t have to travel back-and-forth to either Bel... Full story

  • L&L Site Services teaming up with Cancer Support Community Montana

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Jan 24, 2024

    L&L Site Services is teaming up with Cancer Support Community Montana (CSCM) for a worthwhile cause in 2024. Through their "Pink Can" promotion, L&L customers in Three Forks and throughout the Gallatin Valley can donate to CSCM, a non-profit organization that provides free-of-charge emotional support, education, and hope for people with cancer and their loved ones. Virgil Sheridan of L&L Site Services said that as a locally owned business in Bozeman, the CSCM reached out to develop a... Full story

  • Bryant elected Chamber President, meeting time moved

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Jan 3, 2024

    8 will be a year of changes for the Three Forks Chamber of Commerce. At the end of 2023, Leann Bryant of Hollowtop Heating and Cooling was elected the new Chamber Board President. For Bryant, it is a position she takes very seriously. "As a small business owner myself and a Three Forks community member, I want to see the economy and families of Three Forks thrive. It's important to me on a personal and professional level that Three Forks is able to flourish in the new and exciting growth we are seeing while maintaining the small-town charm... Full story

  • No Voice on December 27

    Dec 20, 2023

    The Three Forks Voice will not be publishing a paper on December 27. The December 20 issue will serve as a double edition, and the paper will resume publication on January 3. The January edition of the Lewis and Clark Journal will be distributed on January 3.... Full story

  • Gallatin Valley Vision celebrates 2 years in Three Forks, accepting new patients

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Nov 15, 2023

    Earlier this month, Gallatin Valley Vision celebrated the second anniversary of its Three Forks location at 9 E. Birch Street. Moving into year three of the business, Dr. Jessica Lemons is thankful for the support of area residents. "I feel the community here has been very welcoming, and that has been very exciting for me. Literally every week, someone tells me thanks for being here and opening the office here so they don't have to drive to Bozeman for the service. It's been nice to feel... Full story

  • Sawdust and Steel Brewery Opens Doors

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Oct 11, 2023

    The Sawdust and Steel Brewery in Three Forks is officially open for business. The business located at 123 W Elm Street opened its doors to the public on October 7 and will be open daily from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Owners Cody and Kari Ham, who currently operate a construction business and develop warehouses, were looking for something creative and more local to do. "We are pretty passionate about beer. We spent a lot of time traveling around to breweries and thought it would be an exciting venture... Full story

  • Business Spotlight: Hollowtop Heating and Cooling relocating shop to Three Forks

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Sep 27, 2023

    Hollowtop Heating and Cooling is relocating from Four Corners to a newly built shop at 213 1st Avenue West in Three Forks. According to Operations Manager Leanna Bryant, Hollowtop Heating and Cooling owner Frank Bryant has been in the HVAC field for over 25 years. "In 2019, seeing the impact of trying to get timely service in our area, he created his own shop with the goal of providing local, affordable, and reliable service specifically to Three Forks and the surrounding area," said Leann. "Fra... Full story

  • Best in the Nation: Halvorson named top Nissan Certified Mechanic

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Aug 30, 2023

    Three Forks resident Andy Halvorson was recently named the top Nissan Certified Mechanic in the United States. Halvorson, who works at Billion Auto Group in Bozeman, took home the top honor after competing against regional winners at the recent Nissan Service Technical Excellence Competency (NISTEC) National Competition in Nashville. He was one of over 13,000 Nissan technicians who competed in 2023. Halvorson has won an all-expense paid trip to Japan with the first-place finish. Halvorson, 35, has been fixing cars with his dad since he was... Full story

  • Chamber Annual Dinner Sept. 16

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Aug 23, 2023

    It's nearing time for local businesses and organizations to come together for the Three Forks Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner. The event is scheduled for Saturday, September 16, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Diamond J Farm at 161 Price Road in Three Forks. According to Chamber Executive Director Emily Whalen, preparations have been going smoothly, and the collaborative effort between the organization and the community ensures a fun-filled night for all. "Because the Chamber was unable to host the type of event we're known for last year, we... Full story

  • Coaches Corner by Ellie West: The Power of Forgiveness

    Aug 23, 2023

    Forgiveness is a constant part of our lives. Often, the hardest people to forgive are the ones closest to us - family members, friends, or loved ones. It is not wrong to feel anger or bitterness in our pain, especially if trust has been broken or we’ve been wronged. But letting anger and resentment take root is like poison to our souls. I think about forgiveness often, as an example, when something triggers an emotion, feeling, or past experience. At that moment, I have to have a heart-to-heart talk with myself. I ask, “What hinders me fro...

  • Coaches Corner by Ellie West: Natures Dancing Lanterns

    Aug 9, 2023

    Shine Your Light, Shine On, Shine Bright, and Let Your Light Shine are all buzzwords in recent years. These are such great little reminders to be the bright light innate within each of us. No matter how dark your world may seem, your emotional situation, your family situation, your financial situation, or your health situation, you don’t have to be afraid of the dark. Be encouraged in times of uncertainty, discouragement, or when hope seems dim. In Genesis 1:3 Then, God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light. Not only did the world...

  • Bozeman Health Awards Scholarships to Undergraduates

    Aug 9, 2023

    The Bozeman Health Healthcare Professionals' Scholarship is awarded annually to four public high school students in the Gallatin, Madison, and Park Counties. Bozeman Health's mission is to improve community health and quality of life. This is accomplished in part by providing scholarships to undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers in the healthcare field. Bozeman Health has awarded the $1,000 per year Healthcare Professional's Scholarship to the following students from Bozeman, Manhattan, Three Forks, and West Yellowstone: Cooper... Full story

  • Coaches Corner: A Diamond in the Rough

    Ellie West, Contributing Writer|Aug 2, 2023

    Did you know diamonds are fascinating gems that form deep within the Earth's mantle under high-pressure and high-temperature conditions, taking millions of years to develop? Not all diamonds make it to the Earth's surface, as some remain trapped in the mantle due to geological processes. However, those that reach the surface become the valuable and cherished gemstones we adore today. When mined and brought to the Earth's surface, diamonds undergo a meticulous process of polishing or cutting. This skilled and intricate procedure transforms them...

  • Coaches Corner: Rise Above Any Limitation

    Ellie West, Contributing Writer|Jul 26, 2023

    Persevering against all odds is an extraordinary display of strength and determination. It means facing countless obstacles, setbacks, and failures yet refusing to give up or be defeated. It entails finding the courage to keep going despite adversity, even when it feels impossible. It requires a deep belief in oneself and a relentless drive to achieve one’s goals. The journey may be filled with doubt, pain, and heartbreak, but those who persevere choose to rise above it. They find motivation in their dreams, inspire others with their r...

  • Coaches Corner by Ellie West: Our Values

    Jul 19, 2023

    Have you ever taken a moment to reflect on the values that guide your life and where they come from? Recently, I had the opportunity to participate in a practice session centered around NLP as I near the completion of my Masters’s Certification. During this session, a process was introduced to help us define our values, and it was truly enlightening. As I listed my top ten values and went through the process, I discovered something fascinating - some of my values shifted. Even though my values remained fairly congruent, I realized that our valu...

  • Coaches Corner by Ellie West: An Act of Kindness

    Jul 12, 2023

    Summer has many activities, and our days seem to slip away. This past week I had my granddaughters for Nana camp. It was a week of learning, growing, and exploring. It was a week when I had to think about the positive impact I wanted to instill in them. We began the first day of Nana camp with a craft. I googled some fun ideas and found a YouTube tutorial on string art. It would be a fun and fairly easy project, and as it turns out, they loved the activity. As we ventured into day two of Nana’s camp, we had a day in Helena where they would b...

  • 'Ladies Who Ag' Luncheon scheduled for Thursday, June 29 In Three Forks

    Jun 28, 2023

    A Montana Farmers Union 'Ladies Who Ag' Luncheon is scheduled for Thursday, June 29, from Noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Bridger Brewing Facility at 75 Vigilante Way in Three Forks. The event is a new opportunity to continue gathering and building from MT Farmers Union Women's Conferences. There will be an interactive presentation by Chelsey Petz, DVM of Chuteside Veterinary Clinic, featuring large animal hoof health and dental care. As well as networking with other ladies in agriculture from your region, plus help plan future 'Ladies Who Ag'...

  • Coaches Corner by Ellie West: Family Connections

    Jun 28, 2023

    Summer means longer days, more time outdoors, BBQs, hikes, adventures, events, and family gatherings. My husband and I have hosted family gatherings for the last several years. Family members, siblings, their spouses, and cousins come in from other states to celebrate as we reconnect and make new and beautiful memories. Our long-term goal in hosting family gatherings is to leave a legacy where the family will reconnect each year. Families are important, but what is more important is the physical time we get to spend together. Making time for fa...

  • Montana State University Extension and Montana Department of Agriculture join new USDA regional food business center partnership

    Jun 21, 2023

    From the MSU News Service Montana State University Extension and the Montana Department of Agriculture were recently announced as partners in a $30 million U.S. Department of Agriculture effort to establish a regional center to create opportunities for food producers and increase food security. Co-led by Colorado State University and Oregon State University, the new Northwest and Rocky Mountain Food Business Center is part of a larger effort nationwide, for which the USDA announced $400 million in funding last September. “This funding r...

  • Coaches Corner: A Message of Hope amongst the Thorns

    Ellie West, For the Three Forks Voice|Jun 14, 2023

    A thorn in the flesh is sometimes described as a persistent problem we can't seem to resolve. It can be anything - a relationship, persecution, an experience, a trauma, or a job we are stuck in. Where did the phrase, a thorn in the flesh" originate that is often used in our modern-day lives? It originated in the New Testament writings of Paul. His weaknesses, insults, hardships, and all the earthly discomforts he experienced made him look to God for strength. When I think about a "thorn," I think about prickly and razor-sharp points. We have a...

Page Down

Rendered 04/18/2024 20:40