Press Release - A two vehicle head on crash on September 20th resulted in the death of 29 year old Chad D. Nobach of Gillette, Wyoming. The crash occurred approximately 20 miles south of Gillette at mile post 88.75 on WY 59 at 7:09 p.m.. Mr. Nobach was the front seat passenger in a 2007 Toyota Tacoma truck being driven by 22 year old Braydon W. Donahoo of Gillette.
Press Release - The Golden Dragon Acrobats represent the best of a time honored tradition that began more than twentyfive centuries ago. The Golden Dragon Acrobats are recognized throughout the United States and abroad as the premiere Chinese acrobatic touring company of today.
The reputation of the company is solidly rooted in a commitment to the highest of
Plan for your future! College Fair, Tuesday, September 30th.
Attention High School Juniors, Seniors and parents.
Over thirty-one colleges and universities from several surrounding states will be at the Gillette College Tech Center from 6pm til 7:30pm ready to provide information to help you achieve your educational
What are the Threats and Hazards facing residents of Campbell County, the City of Gillette and Town of Wright, how well do we think we should be able to deal with those threats and hazards, and what will it take to reach that level of preparedness?
The Wyoming Office of Homeland Security is conducting on on-line Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA) survey asking about
There wasn't a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon in downtown Buffalo than at this year's Oktoberfest. Several home brewers brought their best, and both the judges and peoples choice awards were given out in numerous categories. About 700 sample cups were sold, and folks brought their families down for a fun afternoon with prizes galore. Rachel McCaughey, Assistant Chamber Director...
As the news of the respiratory virus known as the Enterovirus continues to grow, the spread of the disease continues westward. Confirmed cases were reported in Idaho and Montana this past week, with Colorado seeing cases first in Denver. Now, word from the Department of Health states that there are suspected cases of the virus in Wyoming. Annie Shaver, RN at Sheridan County Public Health...
The first significant snow storm of well, the late summer early fall arrived this morning, and with it came school delays and power outages across northern Wyoming. Most of the delays seemed to be concentrated on the heavier hit areas, Story and Buffalo in particular. Power was out in Story for at least several hours, and continued to be sporadic across Buffalo, enough though to close the town's schools for the day. Parts of northern Sheridan County were dark as well. To blame were tree limbs that couldn't bear the weight of the heavy snow. So was it as bad as we had predicted? Chuck Baker with the National Weather Service office in Riverton says yes, yes it was - depending on where you were...
Earlier this morning, a tanker truck hauling 5,500 gallons of latex crashed and rolled at mile-marker 71 on US14A, which is approximately 25 miles east of Lovell. 59-year-old Dennis Spurbeck of New Philadelphia, Ohio, was reported to be negotiating a curved section on the highway, which has a 10% downgrade.
I have a 2009 Pontiac Vibe for sale. It has 54,000 miles on it which will continue to go up because it's a daily driver. It is all wheel drive with a 2.4l engine. The best mileage I have gotten on the highway was 30 mpg. The car has 4 new rims and tires because some kids vandalized it. It has power sun roof as well. It books out for 14,250 retail on NADA I want to get 13500 out of it. This is a