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09/29/16 06:40 AM
September 28, 2016—Gillette, WY—Today, Red Hills Veterinary Hospital (RHVH) donated $400 to Fur Kids Foundation to be used to help local families with pets with emergency veterinary costs.   Throughout the months of May-August, RHVH offer
09/29/16 06:33 AM
 Secretary of State Ed Murray is reminding everybody that absentee voting is taking place in all counties throughout Wyoming for the General Election. All Wyoming citizens who are registered to vote may vote absentee either by requesting an absentee
09/29/16 06:18 AM

 
09/28/16 10:08 AM
The Campbell County School Board of Trustees recognized Ms. Cindy McGeary as the 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year and Mrs. Tammie Smith as the Educational Support Personnel of the Year last night at its monthly meeting. Mrs. McGeary was nominated by her pri
09/27/16 11:53 AM
CHEYENNE –The Wyoming Mining Association (WMA) has named Travis Deti to lead the statewide trade organization as its new Executive Director.  Deti will serve as the Interim Executive Director from October 1st until confirmed by the WMA Board of
09/27/16 06:44 AM
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving a Vehicle Theft that occurred on September 15, 2016. A 1996 green Honda Accord was stolen from the 1800 block of Echeta Rd. The green accord had three handguns, including a Desert Eagle, a Taurus raging bull, and
09/27/16 06:39 AM
Cheyenne - This October, 45 women from across the nation will head into the field for their first-ever hunt with the Women’s Antelope Hunt in northeast Wyoming. For the fourth year in a row, the Wyoming Women’s Foundation, with support from Wy
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09/26/16 09:36 AM
(Photo provided by WYDOT) Longtime District Engineer Shelby Carlson left the Wyoming Department of Transportation on Friday, September 23 for an administrative position with the Wyoming State School Facilities Division in Cheyenne.

 

WYDOT District Maintenance Engineer Pete Hallsten of Basin will serve as the Interim District Engineer until Carlson's permanent replacement is
09/21/16 03:05 PM
The Worland City Council met in regular session on Tuesday night, September 20 in the City Hall Chambers. Superintendent of Public Works Brian Burky reported that over 60 people attended a public meeting at Hillcrest Park over a week ago. Burky said that a lot of citizens expressed interest in having new playground equipment, a zipline and that the Park is ADA accessible. Burky provided a few
09/21/16 10:13 AM
The Washakie County Commissioners met throughout the day on Tuesday, September 20. During the morning session Project Manager Brad McCaslin for Banner Health Development and Construction provided a quarterly update to the Commissioners, the WMC Hospital Board and WMC CEO Jay Stallings regarding how the Washakie Medical Center Expansion and Renovation project is coming along. McCaslin reported
09/20/16 09:00 AM
Traffic delays are now in place with a $1.94 million pavement improvement project that began on Monday, September 19 on U.S. 16 east of Ten Sleep.

 

Prime contractor McGarvin-Moberly Construction Co., of Worland plans to mill/remove 1 1/2 inches of asphalt pavement on the 7.72-mile project. Milling of pavement will be followed with a two-inch pavement overlay, according to Wyoming
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