Harlowton is the county seat for Wheatland County. It is a city of 900 people. The history of Harlowton is centered on the Milwaukee Railroad and agricultural. Located in the center of Montana, it is a perfect mixture of plains and mountains. Native grasses cover the range land and the Crazy Mountains, Little Belts and Snowy Mountains are only a short drive away. Harlowton sits almost equal distances from Billings, Bozeman, and Great Falls. Highway 191 and Highway 12 intersect in Harlowton. This means no matter where you are traveling in Montana, Harlowton is ½ way there! Harlowton has a beautiful city park, a city swimming pool, library, cafes, Brewery, coffee shop, multiple churches, small businesses, pre-school, elementary school, high school, and fully staffed medical facility and so much more.
Harlowton High School, home of the engineers, educates students from 7th to 12th grade. The student body hovers around 100 students and competes in Montana Class C for athletic sports which include football, basketball, volleyball and track. The school also offers clubs such as Band, Choir, FFA, FCCLA, National Honor Society, and Speech & Debate.
Wheatland Memorial Healthcare is the medical facility in Harlowton, Montana. The hospital hosts the Bair Clinic, offers emergency room services, long term skilled care and critical access care.
Bair Clinic 406-632-4343
Wheatland Memorial Hospital 406-632-4351