The Three Forks School Board voted unanimously Tuesday to float a $25 million bond issue to modernize and expand the aged school facility that serves all students from kindergarten through high school.

It’s no secret that the Three Forks School District has been struggling for quite some time to fix a bundle of financial issues dating back several years, but administrators finally had started to feel they had a handle on the matters after working doggedly through 2019 to address them all.

A 59-year-old Three Forks man was charged with a second count of driving under the influence of alcohol when he appeared intoxicated in court on an initial appearance for another DUI.

A Gallatin County Sheriff’s deputy who saw two men sitting in a car with blood on their faces ended up arresting one of them on the charge of aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol.

An RV parked behind a house in Manhattan burned Wednesday, and officials are releasing little information about the incident.

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CHURCHILL — Having not faced the defensive alignment this season, Manhattan Christian’s players were slightly baffled Tuesday night.

THREE FORKS — It’s difficult to remain competitive in any game when failing to score in a quarter. Saturday night, Three Forks endured a scoreless streak that stretched 14 minutes.

THREE FORKS — Owen Long spotted up on the left wing, let the ball fly, buried a 3-pointer, and then high-fived head coach Terry Hauser on his way back down the court.

The Montana Department of Fish Wildlife and Parks is now formally recommending the introduction of free-roaming bison in Montana after the release of a long-awaited environmental impact statement.  It’s a move that dramatically intensifies conflict over wildlife management in Montana. 

James “Jim” G. Satake passed away Wednesday afternoon, January 15, 2020. His 90th birthday would have been in February. Jim was born to Sichiro and Fudeo Satake on February 19, 1930, in Harlowton, Montana. He was the 9th of 10 children. A proud Harlo Engineer, Jim earned the right to play in…

Diana Huckert, 76, of Manhattan, was called to heaven on Wednesday, January 8, 2020. Diana was born January 19, 1943 in Indianapolis, IN to Dean and Anna Williams. She was raised and educated in Pittsburgh, PA where she earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing.

Seth Nathaniel Chesley, Jr., 89, of Belgrade passed away Saturday, December 7, 2019. Seth was born January 8, 1930 in Belgrade to Seth Chesley, Sr. and Cliffie Kay (Luhm) Caulkins.