At the February 19th Gillette City Council Meeting, an ordinance to provide new regulations for false burglary alarms had its first of three readings. The council voted 5-2 to approve the change on the first of three readings of the item that had been tabled to weeks earlier. Read more: New Regulations On Burglar Alarms Pass First Reading
The National Weather Service is asking the public to consider providing them real-time Precipitation Reports by using a free App on either your iPhone or Android Smart Phones.
A larger crowd than is typical attended last nights Gillette City Council Meeting. One of the items drawing public comment was the councils first of three readings of an ordinance to amend a section of Gillette city code concerning water wasting. Gillette City Councilman, Ted Jerred addressed concerns brought up by citizens that they would not be allowed to water between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m during key watering months.Read more: Water Wasting On Mondays Biggest Concern For Council
On February 19th, the Gillette City Council held a public hearing to consider the renewal of liquor licenses in Gillette for the licensing period of April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014. During that public hearing, regional businessman, Doug Davis, talked to the council about his hopes to bring a Buffalo Wild Wings location to Gillette in 2014. Read more: Buffalo Wild Wings Might Be On Gillette's 2014 Calender
The City of Gillette's Engineering Division announces the lane closure of the southbound right hand land on 4J Road, Boxelder Road shoulder on the northwest corner of the 4J Road/Boxelder Road intersection beginning Monday, February 18th and lasting until March 1st. Read more: 4J Road Lane Closure begins Monday, February 18th
A little after 10 am yesterday morning, a seventeen-year-old female fled from the custody of the Campbell County Sheriffs Office. Campbell County Sheriff, Bill Pownall said the female had been transported for a medical appointment and fled a local doctor's office. Read more: Juvenile Flees From Custody
Yesterday evening the Gillette Police Department responded to the four hundred block of Rohan Ave, where a 37-year-old driver was accused of trying to flee an accident. According to a police report a 31-year-old resident heard a loud noise and went outside to investigate. Read more: Traffic Accident Leads To Taser Arrest