Dancing and the performing arts go back eight generations in Francisco Santos’ family, originally from Spain.
One of the new projects that received funding from the Campbell County Recreation District will combine a summer camp in the Prairie Wind Elementary STEM lab with a STEAM program.
As of Thursday morning, only one person has submitted an application to fill the open seat on the Campbell County Commission, but there are a few days left to apply.
District Judge Thomas W. Rumpke has largely reversed the Wyoming Board of Medicine’s decision to suspend a Gillette physician’s license for five years.
Campbell County School District trustees have given final approval to a proposed policy prohibiting any school employee or contractor from giving assistance to a sex offender.
The Gillette Chamber Singers — along with the Campbell County Children's Chorale Concert Choir, Thunder Basin High School's Con Brio and Tenorezza and the Gillette Ministerial Association — performed "A Service of Lessons & Carols" at First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday.
Recording artists AC Jones, whose debut single “Buses and Trains” has broken into the top 40 nationally on the country western music charts, will appear in a special concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Campbell County High School Auditorium.
The Gillette Animal Control and Shelter and Friends of the Animal Shelter are hosting an evening of Whiskers, Wreaths and Wet Noses from 4-7 p.m. Friday at 950 W. Warlow Drive.
The Primrose Retirement Community in Gillette, 921 Mountain Meadow Lane, is hosting a holiday social from 4-6 p.m. Friday in the pub on the second floor of Primrose.
The annual ABATE Toy Store, which provides Christmas for more than 600 needy kids in the community, will open for eligible families to shop from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4-7 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Gillette.
Craig Johnson, the bestselling author of the Longmire Western sheriff series, will appear at a free public program at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Campbell County Public Library.
While the recreation district board celebrated the end of its payments for the Field House at the Campbell County Recreation Center on Tuesday afternoon, members also saw the need to look ahead five to 10 years at what facilities or capital improvements may be needed in Campbell County.
Joseph Gibbons, 46, has been arrested on suspicion of dragging an ATM out of the Little Store with a stolen truck Monday evening, said Police Sgt. Eric Dearcorn.
As a 15-year-old boy was riding a side-by-side UTV east on Spring Hill Road, he lost control and slid into a school bus at about 3:25 p.m. Tuesday, Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds said.
For most of the last 24 years, Christ Our Redeemer Lutheran Church has performed a living nativity among some hay bales and a sign outside the church. Some years, church members have instead done a float in the Parade of Lights.
A Gillette man died Sunday after a medical emergency forced him to drift off Highway 59 near Wright, according to a Wyoming Highway Patrol press release.
Emergency responders were called out to Springhill Road near Highway 50 on Tuesday afternoon after a four-wheeler collided with a school bus. They treated at least one person for injuries and transported that person to the hospital. It wasn't immediately known how severe the injuries were. S…
If you’ve watched curling in the Olympics on television and thought, "I can do that," you'll have the opportunity prove yourself in Gillette this winter.
As others lit the welding lab of Gillette College with the blue glow from their meg aluminum welding on Monday morning, Charlie Schuler worked on bevelling a pipe for his Basic Pipe Class.
Members of the Civil Air Patrol’s Powder River Composite Squadron WYO69 will participate in the Wreaths Across America ceremonies throughout Campbell County this week.
Christ our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Gillette will offer a living nativity for Campbell County residents on Monday and Tuesday evening.
A Gillette nurse practitioner has returned home after providing medical support during the state funeral for former President George H.W. Bush in Washington, D.C.
Campbell County Health plans to move $5.9 million from Wells Fargo to WYO-STAR to receive a better return on its investments and to support the energy industry.
In college I said — more than a couple of times — a first date should either include ribs or popcorn, because both are messy. Life is messy. Those two foods show a person’s true colors.
Dr. Ian Swift will serve as the next chairman of the Campbell County Health Board of Trustees, taking over from Harvey Jackson, who did not run for a third term in November’s general election.