Another day, another hail-producing thunderstorm in Gillette.
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.
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.
Gillette Municipal Court Judge Doug Dumbrill abruptly resigned during Tuesday’s Gillette City Council meeting, then got into a shouting match with the audience, most of whom were there to protest Mayor Louise Carter-King and the rest of the council.
Gov. Mark Gordon is defending a decision by the State Loan and Investment Board to go ahead with a state bid for a package of assets owned by Occidental Petroleum.
Last year, Kelli Ellison had no interest in being sober. At 15 years old, she’d been using marijuana for two years, and she kept getting into trouble with the law.
Campbell County Public Health had its first day of mobile immunization clinics Monday as part of a summer-long program to get students caught up on their vaccines.
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…
The Campbell County Public Library is joining libraries across Wyoming in encouraging participation in “One Book Wyoming” and read “In Our Time” (1925) by Ernest Hemingway.
Gasoline prices could stall during the second half of summer after nine straight weeks of increases, according to a surveying company.
The United Way of Natrona County is expected to launch its campaign in Campbell County soon, about a year after the United Way of Campbell County announced it was closing down.
Independence Day in Gillette has been an example of cooperation and celebration in an unprecedented year of social and political division.
Passing thunderstorms cleared just in time Saturday evening as Morningside Park became the place to be for firework enthusiasts for the annual popular showcase.
Emotions continue to boil over as a turbulent social climate in the United States continues to be roiled by social media, partisan politics, race, law enforcement and an ongoing pandemic that encroaches on personal freedoms.
On most days, having your car break down on the side of the interstate at 10 at night would be the worst part of your day.
There will be no athletics at Gillette and Sheridan colleges when classes resume for the 2020-21 school year in the fall.
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.
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.
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.
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…
If you've just realized this is a holiday weekend and it might be a nice time to pull together a last-minute camping trip to Keyhole State Park, you’ll have to reconsider.
There will be more officers, deputies and troopers on duty beginning Thursday and through the July Fourth weekend as part of a Impaired Driving Enforcement Operation.
The National Weather Service has issues a red flag warning for gusty winds and low humidity that will be in effect from noon until 8 p.m. Wednesday in Campbell County.