Anthony Hampe, a Gillette native and Campbell County High School graduate, was recently awarded the Larry Strickland Educational Leadership Award for outstanding leadership in his field.
Tanner L. Olson and Dalton J. Wagner graduated Saturday from Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota, at its 2018 winter commencement. Olson earned a degree in physical education.
Two Gillette teachers were part of a group of 40 educators from around the state that took part in a professional development program that involved robots, mathematics, computer science and more.
Isaac Howell of Gillette has been accepted for admission for the 2019-20 academic year at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. He has been awarded the Founders Scholarship at the national liberal arts college with an enrollment of 2,005.
KEARNEY, Neb. — In late October, a young man with short slicked-back blond hair and colorful tattoos walked through the doors of the Riverdale Christian Church. The Sunday morning service was over, but that’s not why he was there.
Dean Marrington, the longtime U.S. flag holder for the Gillette American Legion Post 42 honor guard and drill team, has received a special honor from the Gillette Elks Lodge.
Looking out at the deep beige through heavy fog in southern Campbell County on the first day of rifle season, CJ Geeker said the landscape looked a lot like a place where he once died.
Black and yellow signs hung from the ceilings and stood at the end of aisles at the Gillette Kmart on Thursday advertising a 40 percent off sale throughout the store.
When Robin Bailey‘s husband, Ron, was dealing with both Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, the staff at Pioneer Manor helped him and the rest of the family through a difficult time.
Gillette resident and Gillette College graduate Kayla McGee has been selected to travel to NASA’s Ames Research Center this fall to participate in the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars program.
POWELL — The Smith Mansion — that “crazy house” near Wapiti — is for sale. And new owners could easily erase the structure from the North Fork landscape.
JACKSON — Five days after his release from federal prison for robbing a Jackson bank, Corey Allan Donaldson emailed the Jackson Hole News&Guide, eager to talk about his crime and his time.