The City of Gillette announces that 4th Street between Carey Avenue and Kendrick Avenue will be closed to through traffic on Monday, December 30th from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Drivers are encouraged to use an alternative route to get around this closure. Last Updated on Thursday, 26 December 2013 10:29Read more: Road Closure - 4th Street between Carey Avenue and Kendrick Avenue
GILLETTE, WY – Mr. Dalton Huber has been named the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH). Mr. Huber comes to CCMH from Allina Health, New Ulm Medical Center in New Ulm, Minnesota. New Ulm Medical Center provides acute care and inpatient psychiatric and chemical dependency services with net revenues of $77 million in 2011. Last Updated on Thursday, 26 December 2013 10:23Read more: CCMH Names new CFO
In 1993 the company Golden Gates was created in St. Petersburg, Russia. Drawing upon students from the Author’s Aesthetic Music Secondary School, these children became the first members of the group, and they began performing at various cultural events, folk festivals and concerts throughout Russia and Europe. Currently under the direction of Marina Tourlygina, and ranging in ages from five to fifteen, the group now includes Russian dancers as well as singers.
Read more: Moscow Nights & Golden Gates
A typical concert program includes songs, rituals, folk stories, audience participation, and dances that have been carefully researched and recreated in performance. The dancers will thrill your audiences with their skillful virtuosity, colorful costumes, syncopation of footwork, and gymnastic leaping of foot-stomping ferocity. Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 December 2013 10:08
City of Gillette Offices will close* at noon on Tuesday, December 24th and will re-open on Thursday, December 26th in observance of the Christmas Holiday.
Trash and recycling pick up on Tuesday, December 24th will run as regularly scheduled.
There will be no trash and recycling pick up on Christmas Day (Wednesday, December 25th). The City's Solid Waste Division will pick up Wednesday and Thursday's trash and recycling on Thursday, December 26th. Please have your roll-outs at the curb by 7 a.m. Last Updated on Monday, 23 December 2013 06:02Read more: City Offices Will Close at Noon On December 24th
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving several burglaries that occurred at Boxelder Self Storage, located at 511 East Boxelder Road. The thefts were discovered when management noticed unknown suspect(s) had cut the original locks on the storage units and replaced them with new ones.
Items taken during the burglaries include: Black card table with four black chairs, Light oak wood dresser, Christmas tree and ornaments, Several Halloween decorations, Crystal dishes and glasses, very old glassware from Germany, Several pairs of women's dress shoes new in the box sizes 7 1/2 to 9, Camping gear and folding chairs, a square wooden kitchen table with granite or marble and eight wooden chairs, two leather couches, possibly Ashley brand and two leather Ashley brand love seats, a green desk chair, a square kitchen table with four wooden chairs, stereo with five disc changer, kitchen supplies, two antique sewing machines, one of which was a manual treadle pedal, the other was a 1950's electric model, several boxes of tile, and bathroom construction materials for a home remodeling project. Last Updated on Monday, 23 December 2013 05:58Read more: Original Locks Cut At Storage Units
The City of Gillette is proud to announce the 2013 Holiday Lighting Contest Judge's Choice winners selected by Senior Citizens from the Campbell County Senior Center. People's Choice Winners to be announced this Sunday The top three houses for Judge's Choice are:
Last Updated on Friday, 20 December 2013 11:12Read more: Holiday Lighting Contest Judge's Choice Winners
What do you get when you take 588 socially conscious County employees, the Council of Community Services’ Annual Food Drive and a little friendly competition? A lot of food…8.4 tons to be precise.
During one of the County Commissioners regularly scheduled meetings In October, the Commissioners were discussing Campbell County’s participation in the upcoming Annual Food Drive. It was during this discussion that Commissioner Christensen had the idea for a competition between the various County departments. “If the County is going to commit to participating in activities which serve our community, then we need to commit in a way that is meaningful”, explained Christensen. Christensen went on to suggest that the Commissioners could sponsor an incentive for the County department that collected the most food, “the fairest way to determine who will receive the reward will be based upon which department collects the most pounds of food per employee”. The other Commissioners concurred with Commissioner Christensen and decided to offer a reward – breakfast or lunch for the department with the most per person food poundage.Last Updated on Friday, 20 December 2013 06:05 Read more: Campbell County Employees Exemplify the Spirit of the Season