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The County Senior Citizens Centers are re-opened to the public. Social Distance and Sanitation protocols will be followed. Curbside pick will be still available for the seniors that won’t feel comfortable by eating inside. The number of the attendants to the exercise classes will be limited so we recommend everyone to let us know if […]
DUE TO CONCERNS FOR OUR COUNTY EMPLOYEES HEALTH WITH THE CORONA VIRUS ROSEBUD COUNTY ENCOURAGES THE PUBLIC TO USE THE ONLINE AND MAIL IN SERVICES THAT ARE AVAILABLE AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL THE COUNTY OFFICE YOU ARE WORKING WITH & DISCUSS YOUR CONCERNS WITH THEM! WE THANK YOU […]
Property Appraisal Notices recently went out thru the mail. Below is a link to the Montana Department of Revenue explaining how the values have been assessed. Property Appraisal Notices
The REAL ID website has gone live! – click here to go to website! It has the latest information
Documents are now available on line. Search, download and print Clerk & Recorder documents at IDocMarket. Daily, Monthly & Yearly subscriptions available.
leaving town and harassing calves. For the safety of your family pets and new born calves we are asking that you keep your pets locked up and don’t let them roam around or out of town.
Gentle*Easy to Follow*Effective designed especially for Seniors. The Yoga Class is every Wednesday at 9:00AM The poses is approached with softness and support by our qualified instructor and nurse, Gigi Wolfe The Arthritis Exercises are every Monday & Friday’s at 9:00 AM Simple range of motion and stretching exercises designed to reduce joint pain and […]
The Driver’s Examiner will be in Forsyth every Wednesday from 9:30-12 Noon / 1:00 – 3:30PM and Colstrip 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month from 10:00AM – 2:00PM For appointments please call 866-450-8034 or online at dojmt.gov\driving
Not only do Montana’s vast reserves of coal provide hundreds of high-paying jobs for workers and their families in Colstrip, but communities all across the state benefit from this rich resource.