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United Methodist Church hosting rummage sale

The Three Forks United Methodist Church Fall Rummage Sale scheduled for next week is an annual event that truly brings out the best in the local community. The church located at 124 2nd Ave. E. also recently announced the return of their monthly free... Full story

 

Lasagna Love: Connecting Neighbors with Neighbors

A few months into the Covid-19 pandemic, Cindy Wilson of Bozeman read an article about a South Dakota resident delivering lasagnas to neighbors. Wilson said she had a hankering to volunteer somewhere... Full story

 

Kenyon Noble Pumpkin Carving Contest October 16

Kenyon Noble’s 23rd Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest is just around the corner! The popular event is scheduled for Saturday, October 16 at Kenyon Noble locations in Belgrade, Bozeman, and Livingston. The free of charge contest will take place from 11...

 

Aunt Dofe's hosting Rabel's first Montana show

Later this week, Aunt Dofe's Gallery in Willow Creek is hosting Kathleen Rabel's first show in Montana. The opening is scheduled for Friday, September 24 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the gallery located a...

 

Local Boards Need Volunteers

The significance of volunteers in city government cannot be understated. This is certainly true in smaller communities, including the City of Three Forks who currently has vacancies on two citizen advisory boards. According to City Clerk Crystal Turn... Full story

 

First Security Bank makes donation, college fair next week

First Security Bank in Three Forks once again helped out local elementary students at the start of the school year with donations of backpacks and other supplies. Three Forks Elementary Principal Steve Fanning said the bank has been a great...

 

MSU Extension to offer estate and legacy planning learn-at-home course

BOZEMAN — Montana State University Extension and the Montana Community Foundation will collaborate to offer a new learn-at-home course that covers estate and legacy planning topics for Montanans. “Estate/Legacy Planning for Every Montanan” is...

 

Museum of the Rockies to offer free admission for annual Museum Day on Sept. 18

BOZEMAN - The Museum of the Rockies will open its doors free of charge on Saturday, Sept. 18, as part of Smithsonian Magazine's 17th annual Museum Day. The day is billed as a national celebration of curiosity in which participating museums match t...

 

Smith participates in Boston University High School Honors Program

Three Forks High School senior Saryna Smith recently had an incredible opportunity by taking part in the Boston University High School Honors Program. Saryna was accepted into the prestigious program last spring and attend the Summer 1 session, where... Full story

 

Cleaning scheduled for October 2 at Lewis and Clark Caverns

It’s time for some post-season cave cleaning at the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park. In this volunteer event you’ll get the chance to see the caverns up close and personal as we reduce some of the impact of our presence in the cave.  The cave...

 

MSU center announces mini grants to promote imagery of women in STEM

BOZEMAN - The Montana Girls STEM Collaborative is offering mini grants of $500 to $1,000 for youth organizations that use multimedia assets from a database that features women scientists and engineers. The collaborative is a statewide network housed...

 

Building dedicated to Wilcox

After several months of negotiations with Montana Rail Link about the future of the Trident Depot in 2010, the Three Forks Area Historical Society was told they could have the building if they agreed...

 

After-School program starts September 7

The Three Forks After-school program is scheduled to start next week. The program will officially begin on Monday, September 7, and will run Monday to Thursday, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. This year’s program will be divided into three sections: Kinde...

 

School District in dire need of bus drivers

The Three Forks School District is in desperate need of school bus drivers. At a School Board meeting and in an introductory video posted last week, new Superintendent Dr. Rhonda Uthlaut stressed the...

 

The Monthly Howl

The start of the 21-22 school year is right around the corner and the TFES team is SO excited for the start of another year. The TFES team would like to welcome all of our new families to Three Forks Schools and to the community of Three Forks. We... Full story

 

Blood Drive set for August 31

A Vitalant Blood Drive is scheduled for Tuesday, August 31, at the Three Forks Area Ambulance Station. The drive is planned for 2:30 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. at the station located at 2 E. Hickory Street.   Scheduling is not required but can be done...

 

In a community with an abundance of wealth, mental health options still scarce

In June, the median price for a single-family home in Gallatin County was $702,000, an increase of nearly 54% from the previous year. According to census data from 2019, nearly 21% of the county's...

 

Caverns hosting final summer speaker

Lewis and Clarks Caverns State Park is hosting a “Spirit Tailings” talk on Friday, August 27 at 8 p.m. This talk will weave a ghostly web in a thought-provoking journey to Montana’s most spirited places. Like the tailings left by Montana's earl...

 

Headwaters Country Jam: Sotillo playing Next from Nashville Stage Friday

The 2021 Headwaters Country Jam near Three Forks will feature a Next from Nashville stage, allowing festival attendees to hear some of the future stars of country music. Among those in the lineup on the stage is rising talent Nolan Sotillo who is... Full story

 

Midland Headlining Thursday Night at Headwaters Country Jam

Midland will be the headlining act Thursday, August 19 at the Headwaters Country Jam near Three Forks. Midland's "The Last Resort" EP arrived last month, and with it comes a quirky, detailed roll-out...

 

35th annual Potato Festival this week

The 35th annual Potato Festival is slated for Saturday, August 21 in Manhattan with various family-friendly activities. The Manhattan Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast is scheduled from 6. a.m. to 10:30 a.m., or until the food is gone. The parade will...

 

The inaugural BOAR race benefiting homeless youth slated for Aug. 21

HRDC’s Blueprint Obstacle Adventure Race, the BOAR, a family-friendly,team-oriented race with 1K and 5K options, will be held on Aug. 21 at Glen Lake Rotary Park, formerly called the East Gallatin Recreation Area. Proceeds from the race will...

 

Aunt Dofe's Hosting Joint Exhibition

Aunt Dofe's Gallery in Willow Creek is hosting a joint exhibition by Jerry Rankin and Joop de Meij. The exhibition is scheduled for Friday, August 20 from 5 to 8 p.m. and will be up through September...

 

Roberts Fundraiser set for August 28

Editor’s Note: A special fundraising event is scheduled August 28 to benefit Three Forks resident Ted Roberts. The fundraiser will begin at 1 p.m. at 354 Countryside Lane in Belgrade. The event... Full story

 

A bit of history of the Railroad and Trident Heritage Center

The Trident depot building that was moved to Three Forks in 2011 was over 100 years old at that time. It was built by the Northern Pacific Railroad to serve the cement plant and the company town of Trident. The Ideal Cement Plant at Trident was the l...

 

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