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The Studio Gallery Opens in Three Forks

After earning a business degree and pursuing a corporate career throughout her early twenties, Kelsey Johnson decided it was time for a change. In 2018, Johnson would leave her sales career to pursue artistry full time and started the KRae Artwork... Full story


Three Forks Floral preps for "crazy" Valentine's shopping

Three Forks Floral owner Mo Denny described Valentine's Day as crazy. And while many customers may only see her for a few minutes during the hectic February shopping season, the planning for Denny starts well in advance. Denny said that as soon as...


Aunt Dofe's postpones start of 2022 season

Aunt Dofe’s Gallery in Willow Creek has postponed the start of their 2022 season. The The Rollin Beamish and Jim Zimpel ‘s show will now begin Saturday, February 12th and end Sunday, March 20th. The opening reception at the Gallery will be...


Governor Launches New Program to Help Montana Businesses Invest and Grow 

Governor Greg Gianforte announced last week Montana entrepreneurs have a new tool to grow their businesses. Approved by the governor in December, the Montana Down Payment Assistance Program is a public-private partnership between the State of...


MSU study shows nursing labor market tightened, wages rose during first 15 months of pandemic

BOZEMAN — A new study from a Montana State University researcher and his colleagues provides evidence that the labor market tightened for the nursing workforce throughout the first 15 months of the COVID-19 pandemic, a period marked by falling... Full story


Changes to the Business Equipment Reporting Requirement

HELENA - The 2021 Legislature passed House Bill 303, changing how Montana taxes business equipment. The new law increases the business equipment tax exemption from $100,000 to $300,000 for Tax Year 2022. Businesses whose statewide market value of equ...


Commerce Announces Availability of $500,000 in Grant Funding to Support Destination Events in Montana

HELENA – The Montana Department of Commerce announced today that applications will now be accepted for Recovery Destination Event Grants. Available through the Tourism Grant Program, a total of $500,000 of funding is now available to support... Full story


Vigilante customers to receive January rebate

Recent news from Vigilante Electric Cooperative (VEC) officials will be a boon to area customers. The member-owned non-profit corporation recently announced their board of trustees approved a rebate back to all rate classes in the total amount of...


Montana manufacturing bouncing back from pandemic, according to annual MMEC report

BOZEMAN — Despite struggling with worker shortages, disrupted supply chains and increased shipping costs, Montana manufacturers fared relatively well during the first year of the coronavirus pandemic and could see a return to pre-pandemic activity...


Montana Correctional Enterprises receives aluminum shipment, resumes regular license plate production

After facing a shortage of aluminum in late October because of supply chain disruptions,  Montana Correctional Enterprises (MCE) received about 40,000 pounds of aluminum last week, allowing workers there to resume regular license plate production...


Montana's Unemployment Rate Hits Record Low With Strong Jobs Growth

HELENA, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte announced last week Montana’s unemployment rate decreased 0.3% in November to 2.8%, tying the lowest unemployment rate ever recorded in the state. Strong job growth continued in November, with over 3,000 jo...


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...


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


Governor Launches $7.5 Million Value-Added Agriculture Grant Program

Montana Governor Greg Gianforte last week launched a $7.5 million Agriculture Infrastructure Grant Program to invest in value-added agricultural products across the state and strengthen the industry. "Agriculture is Montana's number one industry,...


Town Pump matching $1 million in 20th food bank fundraiser

With demand for food bank services continuing to surge in Montana as the pandemic wears on, the Town Pump Charitable Foundation is matching $1,000,000 in contributions during its 20th annual fundraising campaign for food banks across Montana,...


Montana Reaches Record High of Employed Workers, Unemployment Rate Falls to 14-Year Low

HELENA, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte today announced the number of employed workers in Montana hit an all-time high in September and the unemployment rate fell to 3.3%, a low not seen since June 2007. The reported unemployment rate in Gallatin...


LaHood owner plans to rebuild

In late September, the fire that consumed the LaHood Park Steakhouse near Cardwell was saddening news for residents across southwest Montana. A little over a week after the fire, there was some positive news with the announcement that owner Phil...


Niedermeyer hired to fill chamber position

The Three Forks Chamber of Commerce has a new Executive Director. Deb Niedermeyer, who was hired to fill the position earlier this month, said she is thrilled to be selected. Niedermeyer was drawn to the position because of the small-town feel of... Full story


Three Forks Hosting Real Estate Summit

The Montana First Annual Real Estate Summit is scheduled for October 23 and 24 at the Sacajawea Hotel in Three Forks.  The event, hosted by eXp Realty, is designed to celebrate real estate growth and for agents to meet their colleagues from across...


Pathways plans to relocate facility

There are some big plans in the works at Pathways Assisted Living in Three Forks. Owner Kathy Pruett recently said they have placed the building at 622 S. Main Street on the market and discussed plans to relocate the facility. “Our desire is to... Full story

 By Jack H. Smith    Business    June 2, 2021

Chamber hosts annual dinner

After having the event canceled in 2020, there were plenty of smiles at the recent Three Forks Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner and Meeting at the Headwaters Ranch. Chamber Executive Director Melissa Jenkins was ecstatic for the return of the... Full story


Three Rivers Laundry Open for Business

Three Forks is now home to a laundromat. Three Rivers Laundromat officially opened for business last week and is owned by Tami Hill, and managed by Brandon Harper. The new business located at 15 Main... Full story


Mill, Bakery Keeps Busy at Wheat Montana

While there were times business was slow at the Wheat Montana Deli locations during the early stages of the Covid-19 Pandemic, things stayed strong in the mill and bakery located in Three Forks.... Full story


Plaza Bar happy to be back to regular hours, adding Montana Sports Bet terminal

According to Plaza Bar owner Eric Raube, the early stages of the Covid-19 shutdown drastically affected his business located at 204 S. Main. He was also able to witness what he described as amazing community support of the Plaza and its employees....


Chiropractic Clinic of Three Forks Appreciative of residents' Support

As an essential business, the Chiropractic Clinic of Three Forks has been able to keep its doors open since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020. According to Office Manager Ranee Berg, in the early stages of the pandemic, not many...


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