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Counties Allowed the Choice to Conduct Mail Ballot Election & Expand Early Voting for November General Election

By | Coronavirus, County News, State News

Governor Bullock today (August 6th) issued a directive to ensure all eligible Montanans can safely vote in the 2020 November general election by allowing counties to expand voting by mail and early voting. Whether or not they provide mail ballots, all counties will be required to offer in person voting opportunities and take precautions to ensure Montanans have the option to register or vote safely.

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Fallon County Seeking Shop Foreman

By | Employment Opportunities

Fallon County is currently seeking to fill the position of Shop Foreman. This position works for the Road Department under the direct supervision of the Road Superintendent. This is a full time, permanent, fifty (50) hour a week position. Eligible for sick and vacation leave, holiday pay and health insurance.

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CISA, IRS, USSS, and Treasury Release Joint Alert on Scams Related to COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments

By | Coronavirus, County News, National News, State News

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), U.S. Department of the Treasury, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and the United States Secret Service (USSS) urge all Americans to be on the lookout for criminal fraud related to these economic impact payments—particularly fraud using coronavirus lures to steal personal and financial information, as well as the economic impact payments themselves—and for adversaries seeking to disrupt payment efforts.

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