Sometimes simple everyday gestures, like a wave or the honk of a horn, take on a world of importance and cease to be simple everyday gestures.
There was a bevy of students waiting outside Devin Wells’s classroom at Thunder Basin High School at 7:15 on a Wednesday morning.
The University of Wyoming’s Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho Medical Education Program recently provided medical students an opportunity to gain real-life experience by working with clinical faculty and physician volunteers.
Melissa Cogan, general manager of Gillette Theatres, stood upstairs in the projection area and looked at a modest stack of rolled movie posters. Another box of rolled posters sat on the floor, and many of them had blue sticky notes with handwritten dates of when the film should have screened there.
Holiday traditions persist as a bridge to the past. They allow us to pay respects for those who brought us up with their reflected values. Traditions transcend time and space, putting us immediately around a childhood dining room table or reuniting us with absent relatives.
This year’s holiday season has been altered because of COVID-19. Longstanding events that the community has come to expect during the weeks leading up to Christmas are not guaranteed as cancellations and postponements have rejiggered the calendar. There are still events that families can enj…
Although 2020 so far has been challenging in many ways because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it has not deterred Campbell County organizations that generously provide free meals to people in need on Thanksgiving.
The crisp air and looming clouds served as a fitting backdrop for the Halloween atmosphere Chris Gore and Knight Colburn created in their 1-acre yard on Bush Avenue.
My son Michael was about 4 years old when his dad announced an out-of-town trip. We were relatively new to our big house in Tualatin and I was a bit nervous about being the sole parent at home overnight.
In March 1935, Lyle Kyle joined the students at Jordan School, a one-room schoolhouse about a mile from his home on Richardson Farm in Platte County, Missouri.
AVA Community Center Executive Director Quinn Goldhammer was taking a stroll with her dog in Dalbey Memorial Park on a quiet, early summer morning when storm clouds rolled over the Fishing Lake.
The Wyoming Center at Cam-plex was abuzz with activity over the weekend as hundreds of quilters from around the region converged on Gillette to share their passion during the 38th annual Northeast Wyoming Quilt Show.
It’s always nice when a calculus teacher says he has good news, and for Donavan Voigt’s second-period calculus class, he had good news: “The average is above 90, and that doesn’t happen often, even on quizzes.”
There were five 2020 Outstanding Healthcare Award winners announced at the recent Campbell County Healthcare Foundation Black Cat Ball, including two people from the same department.
Sad is a word to describe the mood of Vicki Gilmour and Karen Clarke in July as they sat around Gilmour’s backyard patio table signing cards.
Samara Jenkins left the bright lights of Las Vegas and came to Gillette in July in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic to become the new pastor of First United Methodist Church.
Friday the 13th, even for those who aren’t superstitious, seems an ominous day to get an admission decision from one of the 25 most selective colleges in the country.
A heavy summer wind blew the side-by-side American and Wyoming state flags attached to the rear of the big red farm machine. The surrounding wheat was less amenable to the breeze. Instead, it stood upright as if in fear, like it knew the intention of the decades-old combine atop of it, stari…
Plenty of changes are coming to students attending Gillette College this fall. The most notable may be a decrease in students on campus, a national trend resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A fire that destroyed a home and workshop earlier this year has not deterred Karl Milner from doing what he loves — teaching kids how to safely shoot off mortars and cannons.
Seventy-five years ago in the deserts of New Mexico, the United States split apart the very building blocks of life, yielding an unprecedented release of energy many times hotter than the center of the Sun.