Melting ice and snow on and around the Fishing Lake in March caused flooding at Dalbey Memorial Park. The city hopes to find ways to prevent it in the future.
Debbie McLeland walks along the sidewalk with granddaughter Charley McLeland, 3, during the 2019 Memory of the 8 event in Gillette. She’s the mother of Morgan McLeland, one of eight University of Wyoming cross-country athletes killed by a drunk driver in 2001.
Campbell County High School senior Kaden Race is brought down by the Bolts’ Caleb Driskill last season. Race just finished his season with the Gillette Roughriders baseball team and now is trying to become the Camels’ starting quarterback for the second year in a row.
“I don’t want to go into it with a bad attitude, but I’m sure it won’t be the same level of quality if only for the reason that there have been centuries of development on in-person classes, but just a few years on online classes,” said Tanner Gladson, center, about attending Johns Hopkins U…
Thunder Basin senior Blaine Allen makes a catch in the end zone for a touchdown during the Wyoming 4A State Football Championship Game in Laramie. Allen has committed to play football at Chadron State College.
McKenna Minard searches for school textbooks at the Gillette College bookstore. before classes started in 2019. The college, as part of the Northern Wyoming Community College District has been ranked in the top five of community colleges in the nation.
Cam-plex hopes to attract more wrestling events, like a Touch of Gold tournament, in coming months, like it did in 2016 with the Wild West Championships at the Wyoming Center. More than 1,200 wrestlers came to Gillette to compete in the event.
The Campbell County Cemetery District is fighting against misinformation regarding its mill levy, as some legislators and political candidates have brought up the cemetery district as a potential funding mechanism for athletics after Northern Wyoming Community College District axed sports at…
The Bolts’ Molly Strub, left, and Brady Diemling compete with the Campbell County’s Lauren Lacey for a loose ball in Thursday’s game. Strub will be playing basketball at Black Hills State University during the upcoming season.