Gillette College Nursing students to host Educational Health Fair

Gillette College Nursing students will host an Educational Health Fair on Saturday, Nov. 17 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Carter Health Science Education Center. Attendees will have the opportunity to visit with Gillette College Nursing students about health-related topics as well as receive a wellness screening and participate in a blood drive. […]

November 2018 Economic Development Update

Energy Capital Economic Development continues to work for the economic betterment of Campbell County. Here are some activities that we’d like to share with you. Gillette Economy on Upward Trend The Gillette economy is improving, and Energy Capital Economic Development CEO Phil Christopherson looks for that trend to continue. “The oil industry is coming back. Companies […]

Seeking Comments on Accessibility Improvement Project Environmental Assessment

Devils Tower National Monument, Crook County Wyoming, is proposing an Accessibility Improvement Project to address accessibility, safety, and operational issues within the main visitor use areas at Devils Tower National Monument (the Monument). The Monument received nearly 500,000 visitors in 2017, with the highest concentration of visitor use occurring at the Monument visitor center and […]

2018 Parks Summer Photo Contest Winners Announced

The City of Gillette Parks and Beautification Board is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Parks Summer Photo Contest. 1st Place General Judges’ Choice – Skylar Wanke   2nd Place General Judges’ Choice – Shauna Carpenter 1st Place Nature & Wildlife Judges’ Choice – Skylar Wanke 2nd Place Nature & Wildlife Judges’ Choice […]

Enzi statement on midterm election

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., issued the following statement regarding Tuesday’s election. “America once again saw millions of citizens go to the polls to exercise their right to vote on Election Day. No matter their party affiliation, running for office takes a leap of faith and I applaud those who took a chance and put […]

Pronghorn Preview to give prospective students an inside look at college

High school juniors and seniors are invited to explore Gillette College during Pronghorn Preview on Friday, Nov. 16. College staff, faculty and current students will guide participants through interactive sessions to prepare them for college. Registration is required by Wednesday, Nov. 14 online at or by calling 307-681-6000. Students planning to attend must work […]

WHP unites with law enforcement to educate public about the Move Over law

Motorists moving over for law enforcement, emergency, maintenance and other types of vehicles parked on the side of Wyoming highways and interstates are not only abiding by the law but are also keeping their fellow citizens safe. On Nov. 8, the Wyoming Highway Patrol and state patrols from Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota and Montana, as […]

Information sought in poaching cases

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information that will lead to the apprehension of the individual(s) responsible for the poaching of two bull elk and a white-tailed deer in northwest Sheridan County. One bull elk and a white-tailed doe were discovered the weekend of Oct. 27 and the second bull elk was discovered […]

Unofficial election results for Campbell County

NATIONAL RACES U.S. Senate John Barraso, R: 11,017 Gary Trauner, D: 1,628 Joseph Porambo, L: 387 Write-in: 16 U.S. House Liz Cheney, R: 10,290 Greg Hunter, D: 1,680 Richard Brubaker, L: 409 Daniel Clyde Cummings, C: 483 Write-in: 26 STATE RACES Governor Mark Gordon, R: 10,397 Mary A. Thorne, D: 1,855 Lawrence Gerard Struempf, L: […]

Governor-Elect Gordon to Host Telephone Press Conference TODAY at 2:00 p.m.

Wyoming Governor-elect Mark Gordon will host a telephone press conference today, Wednesday, November 7 from 2:00 – 2:30 p.m., to answer questions from Wyoming reporters. The call is open to all members of the Wyoming media. To participate, please email Communications Director Kristin Walker at with your name and the media outlet you represent. […]