Level One Snow Emergency – Winter Storm Watch

Press Release – The City Administrator has declared a Level 1 Snow Emergency effective at 12:00 a.m. on Sunday, February 18th. Per city code, this means that all vehicles must be removed from the designated Snow Emergency Routes. Vehicles not removed from the Snow Emergency Routes by 4:00 a.m. on Sunday, February 18th can be […]

Bill Blagg the Illusionist this Friday!

Press Release – You’ve seen him on NBC, CBS and FOX and now is your chance to see him live! Illusionist Bill Blagg is coming to the CAM-PLEX on February 16th  for one show only! Bill has been hailed by critics across the country for his unique style of magic and illusion. His action packed […]

Gillette College to Host Tech Battle Day

Press Release – Gillette College will host a Tech Battle Day this Friday, Feb. 16 starting at 9 a.m. at the Technical Education Center. Sixteen teams made up of high school juniors and seniors from all across Wyoming and parts of South Dakota will take part in a skills competition in the areas of welding, […]

WYOMING AUTHOR WILL VISIT LOCAL BUSINESS

Press Release – Known by many as the teacher who dances on his desk, Eugene M. Gagliano (pronounced Galiano) is a retired elementary teacher whose author presentations are entertaining, informative and inspirational. Mr. Gagliano will be in Gillette on February 17, 2018, at 10:30am at Teacher’s Corner/Kid’s Mart for an author meet and greet, and […]

Wyoming Army National Guard Retirements

Press Release – First Sergeant Scott Dillon of Billings, Montana, retired this month from the Wyoming Army National Guard with 21 years of military service. Dillon has been 1st Sgt. of A Battery, 2nd Battalion, 300th Field Artillery located in Gillette, since August 2016. Previous assignments included ammo section chief with C Battery, 2nd Battalion, […]

1% Sales Tax Listening Sessions Scheduled

Press Release – The City of Gillette will be hosting 1% Sales Tax Educational and Listening Sessions. These sessions will be an opportunity for the residents of Gillette and Campbell County to learn how 1% Sales Tax Dollars are used to benefit our community and to offer comments on how they view the tax. The […]

BLM seeks to change methane rules

Press Release – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced that it is proposing to replace its methane venting and flaring rule from oil and gas operations on federal and Indian land with requirements similar to those that were in force prior to the 2016 final rule. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi agreed with the change. “The […]

World War II exhibit opening at the Rockpile Museum

Press Release – The Campbell County Rockpile Museum is pleased to announce a temporary exhibit featuring original World War II images by photographer’s mate J.L. “Jack” Bennick. Join us for the exhibit opening on Thursday, February 15, 2018 from 6:00 to 7:00 pm for light refreshments and a brief discussion about Jack Bennick and his […]

The City of Gillette would like to congratulate Officer Julianne Witham

The City of Gillette would like to congratulate Officer Julianne Witham as the latest quarterly P.R.I.D.E. recipient. Officer Witham has had several large cases lately that have been very labor intensive. Because of her diligence, several felonies have been solved ranging from a suspect stealing wire throughout the city to a suspect in Rock Springs […]

Library Announces Graphic Novel Character Contest Winners

Press Release – The Library Foundation Inc. (LFI) is pleased to announce winners of the 7th Annual Library Foundation Graphic Novel Character Contest. This contest began in 2012 as a way to promote Campbell County Public Library’s new-at-the-time adult graphic novel collection. A record-setting, fifty-one entries were submitted in this year’s contest; twenty-eight in the […]