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While dozens of people protested the Gillette City Council on Tuesday over unrest sparked by the June 10 resignation of former councilman Shay Lundvall, another resident saw a window to revive an old issue.

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The Campbell County Attorney’s Office was recently notified that someone received a call from what appeared to be the County Attorney’s Office phone number requesting personal information, including date of birth and Social Security number.

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Thunderstorms that rolled through the area Saturday evening cleared up just in time for the annual community fireworks display at Morningside Park at Cam-plex.

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For the fifth straight year, Gillette Main Street has been designated as an accredited Main Street America program. It’s Main Street America’s top tier of recognition and signifies a demonstrated commitment to comprehensive commercial district revitalization and a proven track record of succ…

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One displaced Pronghorn has already found a new home, but he is holding out to hear more about the Northern Wyoming Community College District’s decision to cut the athletics programs at Gillette and Sheridan colleges.

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By stepping up to serve on the Gillette City Council, Laura Chapman also steps into a local political spotlight as some continue to protest how her Ward 3 seat was vacated.

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Luke Zimmerman, 5, gazed up with wide eyes at row after row of vibrantly packaged fireworks as his father, Brandon Zimmerman, stood behind him with a plastic hand cart already filled with enough fireworks to usher in the Fourth of July in proud fashion. 

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A collection of shipping containers arranged like Legos along Second Street in Gillette across from Surf N' Suds has been turning heads for weeks as they take shape. Doors and windows have been cut out and the containers have been painted and arranged to resemble a unique-looking building th…

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