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Montana youth mental health needs on the rise
Young people in Montana were twice as likely to die by suicide than in the rest of the country during the last decade, according to state statistics. Data from 2011 to 2020 released this spring by the state's Department of Public Health and Human... Full story
Voters Approve Gallatin County Rest Home Mill Levy, Carlson re-elected
Editor’s Note: This article was last updated with unofficial preliminary results posted by the Gallatin County Elections Department on November 9 at 4:37 p.m. Local voters on Tuesday, November 8 approved the Gallatin County Rest Home Mill Levy. In... Full story
Elections Office offering options
Some Gallatin County voters have reported not receiving their absentee ballots for the Nov. 8 general election. The Gallatin County Elections Office has a variety of ways to get those voters replacement ballots to ensure they are able to vote in the...
Montana State University Extension publishes results of statewide needs assessment
Montana State University Extension is using the results of a statewide needs assessment to help prioritize programming, inform strategic investments, consider new collaborations and partner with communities and stakeholders to address needs and...
Gianforte pushes trades education, additional construction as fixes for Montana housing crunch
Standing in front of a luxury apartment complex under construction in Bozeman Thursday, Gov. Greg Gianforte touted his efforts to address Montana's housing affordability crunch by promoting new residential development. Flanked by construction...
Gallatin County DVRT Tackles Domestic Violence Issues
Read the papers in Gallatin County often enough and it’s plain to see that domestic violence is a problem in our community: Stories of strangulation and other violent acts appear regularly. In the past few weeks alone, there were three...
Campaigns signs vandalized
Over the past several weeks, campaign signs and banners supporting Montana State Representative Jennifer Carlson (HD-69) have been vandalized or stolen. Two large banners were vandalized in Three...
Three Forks enrollment on the rise
Like the local population, Three Forks School District’s student enrollment has been on the rise and in an attempt to prevent overcrowding, the school board has moved forward with a policy which will close the district to new out-of-district studen...
Game Animal Carcass Disposal Available in Gallatin County
Southwest Montana hunters can help prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD) by properly disposing of game animal carcasses at three locations across Gallatin County this hunting season. Dumping carcasses is illegal, unethical, and can... Full story
Trapper education field day set for Nov. 19
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a trapper education field day in Bozeman on Saturday, Nov. 19. The field day will begin at 8 a.m. and conclude at 5:30 p.m. at FWP's Bozeman office, 1400 S. 19th Ave. Students must register for the field...
Grizzly bear conflicts continue in southwestern Montana
BOZEMAN – Bear specialists and game wardens with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks have responded recently to several separate conflicts involving grizzly bears in southwestern Montana. No people were injured in these conflicts. However, one grizzly b...
'Misuse' prompts shooting restrictions on State Land Trusts
Due to ongoing misuse of State Trust Land associated with recreational shooting – including public safety concerns, shooting debris left on site, and concerns that private property will be further damaged – the Department of Natural Resources... Full story
Listening Sessions garner feedback from residents
Area residents discussed opportunities and challenges in Broadwater County at several “Listening Sessions” last week. The sessions hosted by the Broadwater County Development Corporation (BCDC) included a stop Wednesday afternoon in the... Full story
Council receives request from Magris Talc, hears Rest Home Tax presentation
During its Oct. 11 meeting, the Three Forks City Council was approached via a letter by Magris Talc requesting assistance with a federal grant application that would improve the safety of the pedestrian crossing on the Montana Rail Links track near... Full story
Gallatin County Mails over 62,000 Absentee Ballots
On the morning Friday, Oct. 14, the Gallatin County Elections Office is mailing out over 62,000 absentee ballots for the 2022 federal general election on Nov. 8. Voters who are registered to receive... Full story
Bozeman CWD sampling station hours to be extended on 2nd day of youth deer hunt
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks staff in Bozeman will be available to help youth hunters learn how to sample their harvested deer for chronic wasting disease at the conclusion of Montana's two-day youth deer hunt. The CWD sampling station at... Full story
Housing task force details regulatory reforms, other proposals aimed at affordability crunch
A draft report released last week by Gov. Greg Gianforte's housing task force details a slew of ideas to boost housing supply in an effort to tackle Montana's affordability crunch, previewing legislation that could be advanced by the governor and... Full story
Ambulance Service particpating in SIM-MT Training, hosting open house
Later this week, members of the Three Forks Area Ambulance service (TFAA) will participate in a Simulation in Motion Training – Montana (SIM-MT) event. With the local service in desperate need of... Full story