A boy plays basketball at the Campbell County Recreation Center last March.
A weather siren stands between the Recreation Center and the Pronghorn Field and Center. After a change made by the National Weather Service, they will sound more frequently when severe weather is a threat.
Jim Ford, operations manager for the Integrated Testing Center, and U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyoming, walk past the Dry Fork Station power plant and the prepared research pads at the ITC in August 2019.
Mike Enzi, left, and Steven Winberg, right, assistant secretary for fossil energy for the U.S. Department of Energy, talk with operators of the Dry Fork Station power plant at a federal energy meeting in 2019.
U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi speaks to a crowd of people at the dedication ceremony for the Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center in Gillette when it opened in 2016. The assisted living facility replaced Pioneer Manor.
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi speaks at Energy Aid on at Gillette College in 2016. Enzi spoke about the resiliency of the Campbell County community, and the reiterated that the downturn isn’t limited to those that work in the mines, and events like Energy Aid benefit everyone.
Gillette Police Officer Steven Dillard leads his K-9 Duke through the Clarion Inn parking lot on a drug search in 2014. During the sweep, Duke made two indications, one on a vehicle and another on a hotel room.
Delita Walker, left, and Georgia Befus laugh as they sit outside Walker’s RV and wait for their dinner to be ready at the Good Sam RV Rally in 2017. Walker and Befus are part of the Chian Singles chapter of Good Sam and came to Gillette from Cheyenne.
John Hines crosses Second Street from the Rockpile Museum to get to his car parked across the road in July 2018. The county has received a grant create a crosswalk spanning the busy highway at the museum.