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Edgewater Farms celebrating fourth year

Edgewater Farms will open their doors for the fourth year on September 23. Many residents of Broadwater County and the surrounding areas have made this a fall tradition and co-owner Nancy Davis says... Full story


Three Forks Market adds to RV Park

Earlier this summer, there was some excellent news for the Three Forks Market when they officially opened 20 new sites at their RV Park. According to owner Rick Lamb, the 20 sites include a new... Full story


Broadwater County Receives $400,000 of Grant Funding to Support Three Forks Brewery Expansion

The Montana Department of Commerce announced last week that $400,000 of federal economic development grant funding has been allocated to Broadwater County to provide a loan to Jackrabbit Pub, LLC for... Full story

 By Ellie West    Business    August 10, 2022

Coaches Corner: Relationships

Relationships are the core of everything…they are embedded in every part of our lives. Some of them may be healthy, while others aren’t. We may feel closer to people that we aren’t even related to and feel distant from those in our own...


Find a one of a kind gift at Custom Cups by Kim

While pursuing the Three Forks' Farmers' Market, visitors will come across a booth featuring custom tumblers made by a friendly face. Kim Lazoff, the founder of Custom Cups by Kim, started crafting se... Full story


Stockman Bank establishes Montana Flood Relief Fund

Stockman Bank has established the Montana Flood Relief Fund to assist those affected by record flooding across Montana this week. Thousands of residents and tourists have been trapped and isolated by the rising waters, which have also caused...


Gov. Gianforte, Business Leaders Emphasize Montana's Strong Workforce, Business Climate

BOZEMAN, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte last week joined business leaders to discuss his administration's pro-jobs, pro-growth policies fueling job creation, growth, and prosperity in Montana....


Bridger Brewing eyes July opening

STAFF REPORT The Bridger Brewing Three Forks location will be opening this summer. While acknowledging they have been dealing with post-COVID supply chain and labor shortages, Max Rabidue of Bridger...


Aunt Dofe's hosting opening reception

Aunt Dofe's Gallery in Willow Creek is hosting the opening reception for artist Jon Lodge this week. The "Pulse Interval Analysis" opening is scheduled for May 6, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 102 Main...


Gallatin County homes sell quickly in March; Sellers receive more than asking price on average

Single family homes and condos and townhomes in Gallatin County fetched more than 100% of their asking price on average during March. Homes also sold quickly, averaging around 20 days on the market. While new listings and the inventory of available...


Go Safety LLC open for business in Three Forks

A new local business will make it easier for Three Forks area residents, visitors, and businesses to get First Aid and CPR Training. Go Safety LLC was recently opened by Ashley Montgomery, who already has classes scheduled for late April and May.... Full story

 By Ellie West    Business    April 6, 2022

Coaches Corner: Facing your fears

I am so excited to be here as I will be sharing nuggets of inspiration, stories, and encouragement. There will also be opportunities for you, our readers, to ask me anything... My name is Ellie West, as a Certified Personal Empowerment Coach, I am... Full story


Community Health Partners and Family Promise Will Host Open House at New Locations on March 10

Community Health Partners (CHP) and Family Promise of Gallatin Valley are thrilled to announce the opening of their new respective Bozeman locations this month. The new facilities are located at 1695 and 1603 Tschache Lane in Bozeman, behind...


Townsend Tire breaks ground on new location

Townsend Tire has broken ground on their new Three Forks/Wheatland location. Mike Larson, the owner of Townsend Tire, says that the shop's grand opening will be in June 2022; however, construction... Full story


Two Montanans Selected for Beef Promotion Operating Committee

Two Montana ranchers were selected to serve on the Beef Promotion Operating Committee (BPOC) for the Beef Checkoff. Katie Cooper of Willow Creek was selected to continue serving and Kiley Martinell from Dell was selected for the first time.  The...


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...


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