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Hospital Board Chairman Adrian Gerrits fields a question during the public town hall meeting at the Gillette College Technical Education Center Monday night in regard to the potential affiliation between Campbell County Health and UCHealth.

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Recent snowfall and cold temperatures shouldn’t cause too much damage to area trees, like this Canada red cherry tree. After some nice weather over the past month that hints of spring, the damage from this week's cold and snow may be more to our psyche than area trees that have started to bud out.

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Before the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth physical therapy sessions were uncommon for Rehab Solutions Physical Therpay. Although they have tapered off since they became popularized last spring, some patients still elect to have the remote video sessions.

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From her office in Gillette, Emily Swanson shows her patient, Lori Cossins, who lives in Wright, various exercises using the Zoom application. Cossins began telehealth physical therapy sessions when the COVID-19 pandemic took hold last spring.

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Sebastian Peter of team Breathe from Idia, from left, Dry Fork Station plant manager Dennis Thorfinnson and David Erickson of New York-based Dimension Energy and Cornell University tour the Integrated Test Center and the power plant earlier this year. Behind them are the five 23,400-square-f…

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Sebastian Peter of team Breathe from Idia, from left, Dry Fork Station plant manager Dennis Thorfinnson and David Erickson of New York-based Dimension Energy and Cornell University tour the Integrated Test Center and the power plant in February 2019.

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A small, left, and large test pad at the Integrated Test Center pads as seen from the top of the Dry Fork Station power plant north of Gillette. This also shows the silver ductwork, center, that gives the ITC research access to flue gas from the plant.

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Emma Dodson, 9, left, and her sister, Kyli Carrillo, 15, pick up trash along Garner Lake Road during the 2015 Coal Country Trash-a-thon. Now that the North Garner Lake Road extension is complete and open, a local landowner says trash left from trucks on their way to the North Landfill is a f…

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There will be no Drive and Drop this year, even though the event has been widely used in the past. The city has canceled it because of budget concerns. In this 2017 photo, Logan Giesser drags a board to a dumpster  as his cousin Rex Mandarich and Kieffer sanitation worker Jeff Matticks help …

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Kassidy Willbanks finds space to toss a chair in the household trash bin during the Drive and Drop at Sage Valley Junior High in 2018. The popular spring cleaning event put on by the city has been discontinued.

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