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11/20/14 06:05 AM
Press Release - A traffic stop for speeding on November 7th resulted in the seizure of approximately 59 pounds of marijuana. The traffic stop occurred at 12:26 p.m. at mile post 51 on Interstate 80 eastbound approximately 11 miles east of Lyman, Wyoming.  

A Wyoming State Trooper observed a Ford Focus travelling east at 87 mph in a posted 80 mph zone. Upon stopping the Ford,
11/20/14 05:58 AM
Jessica Seders has been hired as the first Executive Director of Gillette Main Street. Jessica comes to GMS with several years of community development experience.  Most recently, as Director of Development for Gillette College Foundation, she worked to foster community partnerships and currently serves on several committees within the community. Jessica also served on the Board of Directors
11/20/14 05:54 AM
Matthew Hutton of Rozet Elementary, and his art teacher, Brenna Chafee, were recognized at the November 18th City Council meeting for Matthew's winning entry in the 2014 Christmas Pin contest.

This contest, which began in 2004, gives 6th grade elementary students an opportunity to show their artistic abilities in designing the annual Christmas pin. Each year in August, art teachers at each
11/19/14 04:45 PM
To all the members of the Campbell County Sheriffs' Office:

After careful consideration I have submitted my resignation to the Campbell County Commissioners, effective at 1700 hours on Monday, December 1, 2014.  Undersheriff  Matheny has returned to duty and will take over as acting Sheriff at that time.

It's been a great honor and a privilege to be your Sheriff for the
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11/20/14 12:28 PM
Mike Quast of the Johnson County YMCA gave a presentation at the Chamber Luncheon on Wednesday detailing plans to expand into an additional building.  The YMCA has been in their current facility since 1978.  Up until the past few years, they have been able to make the space accommodate high traffic attendance for exercise classes, swim club, day care and youth activities.  Although the space has become a little too tight...
11/19/14 04:28 PM
It was nearly a full house at this afternoon's open house and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Sheridan College Agripark, a 45,000 square foot facility that began construction in April of this year. The facility can be used for almost any rodeo activity, and will eventually be able to be leased by the general public starting in January of next year. Sheridan College showed off the arena with bucking horses this afternoon. Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young thanked many individuals who contributed to the project, and then dedicated the street that enters the facility, 1 Chris LeDoux Way...
11/19/14 09:12 AM
While the sight of several fire trucks, big spotlights, and ambulances next to LBM Restaurant in Sheridan last night may have looked as if there was a real emergency, signs posted around the perimeter indicated this was simply a training exercise. Fire crews from around Sheridan County, including Goose Valley, Big Horn, and Sheridan Fire Rescue, along with teams from Rocky Mountain Ambulance all participated in what is the final training of the year out of four. Tim Thomas with Goose Valley was at the base of two ladders leading to the roof, where firefighters were breaking through to reach a fake fire...
11/18/14 02:14 PM
Forty-year-old Deanne Lynn Coando died this last week as a result of injuries she suffered after being attacked by a pack of dogs on the south end of Riverton, Wyoming.  Mark Stratmoen, Chief Deputy Fremont County Coroner, says Coando died due to hypothermia and blood loss after she was taken to Riverton Memorial Hospital for her injuries on Wednesday. 
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