At last night's Campbell County School Board Meeting the trustees received a presentation on the Campbell County Recreation Center Project Joint Powers Board 2008 Bonds. After the meeting Associate Superintendent for instructional support, Dr. Alex Ayers provided an overview. Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 June 2013 14:04Read more: CCSD Trustees Talk Bonds
At last night's Campbell County School Board Meeting trustees received a facilities update from Associate Superintendent of Instructional Support Dr. Alex Ayres. The main focus of discussion was where the district's next elementary school should be located. Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 June 2013 13:43Read more: Next School Location Gets OK
The City of Gillette announces the following road and lane closures, crack sealing repairs, and temporary water shut-off notices.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 June 2013 10:51Read more: Road Construction Updates for Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Officials at the Campbell County School District will spend this month looking at the district's suicide prevention policy. Director of Student Support Services, Kip Farnum, says public hearings will be part of the process. Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 June 2013 10:54Read more: CCSD Looking At Suicide Prevention Policy
The City of Gillette's 2013 Citizen Survey is online and ready for citizens to take. The survey, which has been conducted every year since 1977, will be online until June 30, 2013. This year's survey will only be available online due to the time requirements to manually enter data from printed surveys into the survey software. Last Updated on Monday, 10 June 2013 12:23Read more: 2013 Citizen Survey Available to Take Online
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving a burglary that occurred at 1001 Stanley Ave between 05-30-2013 and 06-05-2013. Unknown suspect(s) entered the apartment and stole a Canon Rebel T3i camera, a canon 18-55mm lens, a Canon 55-250mm lens, a Rocketfish 58mm UV filter, a SD Ultra memory card 16 GB, a Razor key, camper key and a silver ring with 1 1/2 ct fake diamond. Last Updated on Monday, 10 June 2013 12:18Read more: Crime Stoppers: Stanley Ave Burglary
The city of Gillette is setting aside money for its annual membership dues to the Wyoming Association of Municipalities, but it isn't handing over the money just yet.
The Gillette News Record reports the City Council decided at a work session Tuesday to see if its concerns with the advocacy group can be fixed first.
City officials most recently have been upset about new state legislation that says cities can't enforce ordinances beyond a half-mile of city limits. Mayor Tom Murphy says the Wyoming County Commissioners Association lobbied successfully for the bill while the Wyoming Association of Municipalities did little to stop it.
Wyoming Association of Municipalities executive director George Parks says there's time to address the city's concerns before membership dues must be paid in October.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 June 2013 05:06