Next week, Gillette will have off-track betting for the first time in months.
A study addressing the future of the Gurley overpass is scheduled to be completed in the coming weeks, although city officials did not give an exact date.
A nationwide change in supply distribution may affect the monoclonal antibody treatment regimen Campbell County Health recently implemented and promoted in its Complex and Internal Medicine Clinic.
Prosecutors will recommend a Gillette man be sent to prison for 13 to 15 years for an aggravated assault that happened in jail after he had pleaded guilty to two other felonies.
Campbell County recorded 110 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, pushing its active case count to 402.
It has been a busy season for firefighters in Campbell County because of this year's drought, but it could have been worse if it were not for a single-engine air tanker parked at Northeast Wyoming Regional Airport.
Campbell County ended the week with 10 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Friday, according to the Wyoming Department of Health. The new cases, outpaced by the addition of 44 newly recovered cases, drops the county's active case count to 371.
Recreational use and toxin advisories went into effect at Keyhole State Park this month after more of the harmful cyanobacterial blooms, otherwise known as blue-green algae, were spotted in two separate parts of the reservoir last month.
The Campbell County School District made clear this week that there will be no wide-ranging mask requirements for its staff and students this school year.
Last year’s homecoming pep rally for Campbell County High School was made possible because of variances to existing public health orders and was held on the football field.
Healthy Wyoming, an organization in favor of expanding Medicaid health insurance in Wyoming, is hosting a candlelight vigil Friday night to honor Wyomingites who have missed out on, and sometimes died without, affordable access to health insurance.
The Campbell County School District will offer a one-time $300 incentive for district employees who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Campbell County School District will report its positive COVID-19 cases in a weekly report to be uploaded to the district’s website each Tuesday.
A man arrested for crashing into two businesses off Butler-Spaeth Road pleaded guilty at his initial appearance Monday afternoon.
The city of Gillette and a couple of local agencies expect to apply for some Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act funding that would go toward different projects like the acquisition of land to build more Habitat for Humanity homes.
A small group of people gathered at Dalbey Memorial Park Saturday evening in what may be the start of a more large-scale movement toward less restrictive marijuana laws throughout Wyoming.
State Sen. Ogden Driskill, R-Devils Tower, announced Friday that he, along with co-sponsor and Senate President Dan Dockstader, R-Afton, was introducing a bill to address Critical Race Theory in Wyoming’s K-12 classrooms.
After the sun rose Saturday morning but before it began beating down, a mix of 30 or so firefighters, men, women and children gathered around the bleachers at Thunder Basin High School.
Grady Hutcherson, president of the Wyoming Education Association, has mixed feelings on the Civics Transparency Act, a bill recently introduced by state Sens. Ogden Driskill, R-Devils Tower, and Dan Dockstader, R-Afton, to address concerns about critical race theory being taught in Wyoming K…
It’s Homecoming Week at Campbell County High School. The Camels will face Cheyenne South in the game on Friday, but the festivities will last throughout the week.
Campbell County Commissioners are working to bring in federal funds to help build an industrial park east of Cam-plex, but a state senator said the county should be wary of accepting any federal dollars.
To match the endless number of reasons to reflect on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 on Saturday, Gillette had a slew of events from morning to night for citizens to gather, remember and honor the lives lost and lives forever changed.
Gillette College was given what might be its final allocation of Optional 1% Sales Tax from the Campbell County Commission last week, but officials hope the partnership will continue far into the future.
The Campbell County Public Library's 34th annual used book sale starts Tuesday with an early access event for members of the Friends of the Library, and it will open to the general public on Wednesday.