Gillette College student Mikkael Chick enters the main building on campus in March 2020.
Phil Christopherson, CEO of Energy Capital Economic Development, stands Friday on ground he hopes to break in the future to build a proposed Advanced Carbon Product facility next to Atlas Carbon off North Garner Lake Road.
Phil Christopherson stands for a portrait in front of Atlas Carbon’s production facility off North Garner Lake Road. The empty lot between Christopherson and Atlas Carbon is where Clean Coal Technologies is putting its test plant.
A large haul truck filled with coal passes another truck heading back into the pit at the Eagle Butte mine north of Gillette. As the demand and market for thermal coal continues to decline, there are renewed efforts in researching how to extract rare earth elements from Powder River Basin coal.
A bald eagle soars over Northern Drive searching for breakfast. The number of bald eagles in the Powder River Basin has increased slightly this year, according to an annual count by the Bureau of Land Management. The number of golden eagles stayed about the same.
Katrina Bears, manager of Pat’s Drive Thru Liquor, plays one of the bar’s “skill” games in December 2019. Pat’s was one of the first businesses in Gillette to install wagering machines known as skill games.
In last year's contest, the winner of the People's Choice award in the lighting contest was Josh Points, dressed here as Santa, who waves in front of his house with Logan Gentry, 14, from left, Tammy Scott, Desiree Everts, Steve Everts, Halin Everts, 10, Haden Everts, 14, Halie Everts, 17, a…
Craig Johnson reads his annual Christmas short story at the Campbell County Library last year. With the current COVID-19 pandemic, Johnson joined local residents through a video call this past Thursday for the holiday event.