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Our View: Service in need of volunteers
Over the past few weeks, the Three Forks Voice has had two articles highlighting the need for additional need for volunteers for the Three Forks Area Ambulance Service. TFAA Board member Barbara Mutter has concerns about the drop in volunteers over...
Letter to the Editor: In Support of Lindsey Richtmyer
I am writing in support of Lindsey Richtmyer for Broadwater County Commissioner. Broadwater County is one of the fastest growing counties in Montana with many policy issues facing the commission. These issues are not a question of “if” we grow, i...
Letter: Delger seeks re-election to Broadwater County Commission
My name is Michael Delger. I am running for re-election in District 2 of the Board of Broadwater County Commission. I was born and raised in Townsend. Other than 4 years of military service and 2 years of out of state construction, I have worked and... Full story
Letter: Barton responds to MDT Headwaters Rest Area Update
I read your paper’s article about the rest area update. In response to: “ The project team has made safety a top priority with the design of the new facility, which includes open sight lines for patrolling, license plate-reading and security... Full story
Commission Candidate Richtmyer: Where I stand
In meeting and talking to many residents around our county over the past few months, I am continually asked where I stand on “things” or what I stand for. Surprisingly, I don’t have one issue that is driving me toward a spot on the county commi... Full story
Letter: Hamilton will represent Three Forks
People who love our community show up, put boots on, and get to work to help our neighbors. We're all tired of the division that politicians are creating. Rocky Hamilton is cutting through the political games so he can solve real problems for the... Full story
Boyer: Practical experience to navigate what's before us
I’m running for Gallatin County County Commission because I care about this place. This is where my husband and I chose to raise our son, build our careers, and run our farm. I learned early the value of service and discipline under pressure as... Full story
Coaches Corner - Not everything goes as planned…while we wait
For everything, there is a purpose. Timing is divine if we allow it. We will be anchored if we can push through those times that don’t go as planned. In writing my book, I had many setbacks and roadblocks until the day before my “big” public la... Full story
Column: Announcing is tough
I love to watch football and was a little more than fired up to watch the Denver Broncos open the NFL season with a Monday Night Football matchup at Seattle. It turns out it was a very bizarre game with an awful ending. Even worse, I had to listen...
Coaches Corner: Facing storms in your life
“Not all storms come to disrupt your life; some come to clear your path.” -Unknown. What happens when you see a storm brewing and moving into your area? Do you have a feeling of fear that comes over you as you run for cover and perhaps hide?...
Column: Did I really just panic buy Sriracha?
At the onset of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, I would cringe whenever I would go to the store and see people loading up their carts with toilet paper. I had no idea why everyone thought they needed excessive amounts, and it was frustrating when I... Full story
Column: The morbid joy of funeral sandwiches
Every so often, I get in a bit of a rut when it comes to the nightly dinner menu, and we seem to be eating tacos and spaghetti a bit more than we probably should. While there is certainly nothing wrong with either, we probably eat them more than we... Full story
Our View: Hats off to the historical society
During the summer of 2021, I had a wonderful experience working at the Three Forks Visitors Information Center. It served as a great way to promote the Three Forks area and meet and visit with many of the people who were visiting the area. During thi...
Coaches Corner: Fall shows us that change can happen
As the summer months wind down, we enter into a new season - Fall. You step outside, and you can feel it. There is something different in the air. The cooler temperatures, the cozy sweaters, the warm...
Coaches Corner: Follow your Heart
Throughout history, many cultures have emphasized the importance of following or listening to our hearts. When we speak of the “heart,” we are not referring to the physical organ but our spiritual heart. Our heart is the key to our deepest...
Guest Editorial: Scholarships support more Montana students
The start of the 2022-23 school year marks the dawn of new educational opportunities for students across Montana. The Tax Credits for Qualified Education Contributions Program will send its largest ever number of scholarship recipients to... Full story
Column: Where in the world is the sesame seed remover?
The summer before my senior year of high school, I was 17 and thought I knew EVERYTHING. Looking back two-plus decades, I did not know much about ANYTHING. At the end of my junior year, I decided to get a job and the best option at the time was fast... Full story
Op-Ed: Law enforcement fighting human trafficking, but needs more resources
It’s a horrific reality for Montanans to consider, but human trafficking takes place every day in our state. The odds are most of you have seen it but didn’t know. Last month, a man involved in a sex trafficking ring in Billings was sentenced to... Full story