Today kicks off Peace Officer Memorial Week around the country and here in Gillette & Campbell County. Local law enforcement have quite a bit planned. On Friday an induction ceremony takes place at the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy in Douglas with the induction of former Campbell County Sheriff D.B. “Spike” Hladky into the Wyoming Law […]
GILLETTE, Wyo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cloud Peak Energy Inc. (OTC: CLDP) (“Cloud Peak Energy” or the “Company”), the only pure-play Powder River Basin (“PRB”) coal company, announced today that it has filed voluntary petitions under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. Cloud Peak Energy intends […]
The National Weather Service will be conducting two severe Summer weather classes in Campbell County this year. The classes are free of charge and will cover what to look for in severe summer storms, the mechanisms within the storms which lead to severe weather events and what to look for and how to watch weather […]
Ellie, the elephant in the room.
The east bound lane of Lakeway Road between Bloedorn Lumber and Big O tires will be closed starting Monday, May 13th. Work crews will begin installing a Primary Power Conduit in that area. Through traffic will be maintained, but be prepared for some delay on your Monday morning commute to work.
Barrasso: Under One-Size-Fits-All Health Care, Americans Will Pay More and Wait Longer for Worse Care
“Let’s be clear, all Americans will pay a high price for Democrats’ one-size-fits-all government-run health care scheme. And I actually think seniors may suffer the most.” Under One-Size-Fits-All health care, Americans will pay more and wait longer for worse care. That’s what the doctor says. What doctor, United States Senator John Barrasso. Barrasso made that […]
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — More than 150 people have applied to sit on an advisory committee to come up with recommendations on how to manage Montana’s grizzly bears. Randy Arnold, a regional supervisor with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, tells The Missoulian the application process has been “flooded,” and the committee will probably consist of […]
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) welcomed Wyoming State Engineer Pat Tyrrell before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Water and Power. Barrasso invited Tyrrell to testify on behalf of water users in Wyoming and the Colorado River Upper Basin states regarding the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plans (DCPs). […]
For decades, Americans across the country have come together to celebrate their Irish heritage (Irish or not) over a pint of green beer and community festivities. Sadly, all this merry-making can lead to dangerous driving conditions as party-goers head home. In 2017 alone, 59 people were killed in drunk-driving crashes over the St. Paddy’s Day […]
In the weeks of what felt like an icy stare down between the two political parties, President Donald Trump must have blinked first. Today he made the formal announcement that will bring an end to this recording setting gridlock that lasted for 36 long days. Trump explained a three week short term spending […]