Belgrade News


Belgrade News
Belgrade News is listed in the Newspapers category in Belgrade, Montana. Displayed below are the social networks for Belgrade News which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Belgrade News on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

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29 W Main St
Belgrade, MT 59714
(406) 388-5101
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MSU Powwow to be held next month

Hebgen Dam project continues to move ahead while officials prepare for high snowpack runoff

Three Forks High School students will have the option to join wrestling and tennis teams next school year.
Three Forks School District trustees voted unanimously Tuesday night to offer high school boys wrestling and girls tennis teams in the 2017-2018 school year, though several softball supporters protested.

New rules approved for boats at Tiber and Canyon Ferry Reservoirs

[Sponsored] Join us for the Belgrade Booster Club Fundraiser Auction on Friday, March 24, at the Best Western Grantree Inn in Bozeman. 6:30- No Host Bar 7:00- Hors d'Oeurves 8:00- Live Auction Dance to follow Tickets: $15/person in advance or $20 at the door Tickets are sold at the BHS Athletic Office.

City mulls ways to boost economic activity

Three Forks Trustees approve 2 new sports

Bob and Alice Miller, of Belgrade, passed away within four hours of one another on Monday, March 13.
The world lost a very generous man and a special woman on Monday, March 13th, when Robert Samuel “Bob” Miller and Alice Ellen (Bruso) Miller peacefully passed away at their

Here's a look at a few items on the agenda for tonight's Three Forks School Board meeting.
At their regular school board meeting tonight, the Three Forks School Board will continue the discussion of adding two more sports to the high school athletic program.

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After being spurred into action by Three Forks School District’s desire for more high school sports, Manhattan Schools officials are discussing adding wrestling and softball to their athletics roster.