Man Tased After Reaching Towards Firearms

While trying to make contact with a suspect with an active warrant for Probation Revocation, the Gillette Police Department set up a perimeter around NAPA Auto Parts yesterday. Gillette Police Lieutenant Chuck Deaton said the incident happened about 10:00 a.m. Deaton said 41-year-old Mark Collins was located in a vehicle. The vehicle was again located at NAPA. […]

Home Damaged In Structure Fire

The Campbell County Fire Department responded to the following incidents on March 22, 2017 At 10:02 a.m. to West Valley Dr. for an EMS lift Assist. Firefighters assisted EMS with returning a Pt. back home from CCH. At 11:36 a.m. to Bighorn Dr. for an emergency medical response.  Firefighters provided medical care for the patient. […]

Three Held For Armed Robbery

A Gillette Police Department investigation into an armed robbery at Long John Silver’s – A&W restaurant last week has resulted in the arrest of three men. Lieutenant Chuck Deaton said the men; ages 18, 19, and 20 are also believed to have been involved in several additional criminal incidents this month. The three men were […]

Commercial Air Service Change

At this week’s Campbell County Commissioners meeting, the commissioners had a discussion on commercial air service. Campbell County Commissioner Mark Christiansen said an additional flight to Denver will be added out of Gillette but the Salt Lake flight will be going away in July. “We went ahead today and basically approved some negotiations with Sky […]

Students Scored High In World Languages

Press Release – Junior high and high school students from throughout the state showcased their language talents during the annual World Languages Day March 3-4 at the University of Wyoming. The annual event provides Wyoming’s world languages students a chance to demonstrate their linguistic talents in judged competitions; convene with other language enthusiasts; and exposes […]

Gillette College CEO chosen to serve on national education association board

Press Release – The Board of Trustees for the American Technical Education Association (ATEA) selected Dr. Mark Englert, Gillette College Vice President and CEO, to serve as a Trustee. Englert was sworn in during the ATEA national conference in Nashville on Friday. Englert credits the organization with providing the national-level best practices that helped build […]

Enjoy Charlotte’s Web On Weds

Press Release – Please join the CAM-PLEX Heritage Center Theater staff for Theatreworks’ Charlotte’s Web, on Wednesday, March 22nd 6:30 pm. For more information, contact the CAM-PLEX Ticket Office at 307-682-8802 or visit our website at www.cam-plex.com. Theatreworks’ production of Charlotte’s Web is based on E.B. White’s loving story of the friendship between a pig […]

Yard Waste Drop-off Facility to Open March 20th

The City of Gillette Yard Waste Drop-off Facility will open for the season on Monday, March 20th. The facility is located adjacent to the Wastewater Treatment Plant at 3101 South Garner Lake Road. Follow the same guidelines for the Yard Waste Drop-off Facility as the Curbside Program. Grass clippings, leaves, limbs and branches (less that […]

Governor Mead Takes Action on Gun Bills

Press Release – Wednesday Governor Mead signed Original House Bill 194, School Safety and Security. This law authorizes school districts to adopt rules for concealed carry on school property. The rules must provide an application and approval process, safeguarding and training requirements, and a process for revoking authorization. This law further requires notification of law enforcement, parents […]