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State parks will partially reopen camping for Wyoming residents Friday and all sites will require a reservation.

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The Gillette Knights of Columbus Council is hosting a pair of events to collect food for local social service organizations.

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George Dunlap, a long-time Gillette native, has been in the Mile High City to watch some of the best of the Denver Broncos.

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The long-anticipated reopening of the Campbell County Recreation Center will happen at 5 a.m. Wednesday, ending a 50-day closure due to the CO…

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Motorists heading down Highway 14-16 honked their horns and waved at Wyoming Biker Association Northeast Chapter members and supporters gather…

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Beginning Sunday, Smith’s locations will open from 6-8 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for senior shoppers age 60 and older. Hours for th…

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Campbell County School District trustees have voted to hold high school graduations June 12 and 13, and district staff will spend the next few…

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Driven by low natural gas prices and “historically weak power markets,” Arch Coal Inc.’s Powder River Basin mines recorded a negative cash flo…

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The Powder River Basin’s coal workforce shrunk by about 6% Thursday with the layoff of 300 workers from three mines.

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The Powder River Basin’s coal workforce shrunk by about 6% Thursday with the layoff of 300 workers from three mines.

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Campbell County schools will remain closed through the end of the school year, which was was one of three important decisions made at a specia…

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Rocky Benson gets a little choked up when talking about Gillette. It’s a far cry from his hometown of San Diego, California, but to Benson, Gi…

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An afternoon rainstorm with a little hail didn’t keep more than 60 people from gathering in front of the Campbell County Courthouse for a “Reo…

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Tracking student participation in their online education is a nationwide concern in a new era of remote learning, but early numbers in the Cam…

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With a potential surge of coronavirus cases projected to hit Wyoming in a week or two, Campbell County Health officials say they are prepared …

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Campbell County residents will need to get ready to red streets for the foreseeable future as long as COVID-19 continues to be a threat. 

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The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming has grown to 187 as of Saturday morning, the Wyoming Department of Health reports.

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Campbell County and Gillette employees are continuing to get paid despite COVID-19 forcing city and county buildings to either shut down or li…

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The coronavirus pandemic has forced school districts across the country to figure out how to teach students without having them step out their…

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The Campbell County Public Land Board has selected Gillette-based Van Ewing Construction to fix millions of dollars in damage caused by destru…

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A musician who played several times at the Donkey Creek Jazz Festival — most recently in 2019 — died last week in Denver.

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Campbell County is seeing a rise in confirmed COVID-19 cases as testing increases. As of Thursday evening, it has six cases of coronavirus.

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The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services’ unemployment insurance division has seen a large jump in unemployment claims in the last few wee…

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In health care settings all across the country, donated blood is a lifesaving and essential part of caring for patients. The need for donated …

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The business casualties from COVID-19 are mounting fast in and around Gillette as people practice social distancing. That means eating out les…

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The boards governing the Rockpile Museum and Campbell County Public Library have decided it’s best to close those facilities to the public as …

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Three Wyoming counties imposed restrictions on businesses as the number of people infected with coronavirus in the state grew to 18.

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Campbell County School District officials will meet today and Thursday to figure out what the next steps are following Tuesday’s announcement …

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Campbell County Commissioners and other county officials are working on developing a closure plan for if facilities need to be shut down to pr…

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Seven new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Fremont County, all “directly connected to the first Fremont County case” announced Friday…

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A stable of five task forces to help manage Wyoming’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic that’s so far been confirmed in three state cases, Gov…

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Due to concerns about the novel coronavirus COVID-19, the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce has postponed the NEWCA Home Show, which was sch…

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CHEYENNE — Now that the first case of COVID-19, the new strain of coronavirus, was confirmed in Wyoming, state officials are telling residents…

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Wyoming’s first case of COVID-19 was just reported Wednesday night in Sheridan, but Campbell County agencies have been working hard the last s…

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Coronavirus is a growing health crisis around the world and will “be eventually knocking on our door in the Rocky Mountains,” Campbell County …

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No novel coronavirus has been reported in Wyoming so far, according to the Wyoming Department of Health, which is monitoring the worldwide spr…

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