Wyoming will remove its statewide mask requirement and allow bars, restaurants, theaters and gyms to resume normal operations on March 16.
Campbell County Health will begin offering the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine through its Campbell County Medical Group clinics starting Thursday.
Twenty-one teams made up of elementary and Sage Valley Junior High students were all over the floor of the Pronghorn Center for the VEX IQ Wyoming State Championship on Saturday.
What is the power of a simple act of kindness? Heather Rodriguez, president of Thunder Basin High School’s booster club, believes it’s much more than students realize, which is why she’s so excited about a new initiative called Miracle March.
Outside of the Lewis residence is a yard sign of the Mona Lisa. Her smile is masked, and the words “wear masks” and “wash hands” lay over the image.
The Wyoming Supreme Court has reversed a decision against a Gillette man and remanded the case back to District Court because a search of his home violated his constitutional rights.
With deep budget cuts coming in the next few months, Campbell County Commissioners are looking at whether they want to include some of their various revenue streams in the county’s general fund.
An invasive mussel that poses a serious threat to Wyoming’s natural resources and water systems has been found in a number of statewide pet stores, including one in Gillette.
Campbell County firefighters spent seven hours Thursday afternoon putting out a structure fire more than 13 miles north of Gillette near Camp Wildwood.
Campbell County added two more COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing its total confirmed case count to 4,200 since the pandemic began.
Campbell County added three more confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday as the Wyoming Department of Health emphasized the importance of getting a COVID-19 vaccine for those with high-risk medical conditions.
Gun rights bills meant to prevent federal gun grabs is opposed by all 23 of Wyoming’s sheriffs on the grounds that it could hamper law enforcement officers’ ability to do their jobs.
The House Education Committee is considering a bill that seeks to address the state’s projected $300 million K-12 education funding deficit.
Campbell County added two new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Thursday as the hospital fell to zero COVID-19 patients again.
Sometime soon, Campbell County Commissioners hope the county is exempt from a statewide mask mandate, which has been in place since December.
Wyoming recorded 11 more COVID-19 deaths Tuesday, bringing the state’s death toll to 682 since the pandemic began, the Wyoming Department of Health reports.
The mother accused of coaching her son on answers to provide investigators about an alleged child abuse case will not be charged with a felony
The Gillette City Council and City Attorney Anthony Reyes continue to remain silent on why former city administrator Pat Davidson abruptly left his position last week.
The future of the Campbell County Ice Arena is in question. It faces some major replacement costs over the next couple of years, and with county departments being asked to make deep cuts next fiscal year, there is a chance the arena could be closed for good.
The man accused of trying to run into a sheriff’s deputy last spring has pleaded no contest to three charges against him — which, if sentencing recommendations are followed, could mean he’ll spend up to 25 years in prison.
For the next seven months, Lakeway Road will be under construction, which will impact thousands of motorists daily who use the street and as well as several businesses.
The Gillette High School Robotics team competed in the VEX Wyoming High School Championship over the weekend and swept the tournament, bringing home awards in every judged and performance-based category.
The Thunder Basin High School speech and debate team competed in the Rock Springs tournament this past weekend against students from more than 20 schools, including two from California and one from Hawaii.
A new COVID-19 vaccine may be making its way to Wyoming soon, as Campbell County added two more confirmed COVID-19 cases Monday as its active case count dropped to 13, according to the Wyoming Department of Health.
Jodie Warlow sat in Wyoming Downs on Wednesday afternoon, watching as various symbols spun across the screen. She hoped to win big.