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03/04/15 10:08 AM
Last night the Gillette City Council hosted a public hearing to take public comment on two proposed ordinances to revise rates on waste-water service and electrical service.

“We are anticipating that the total utilities increase with all four utilities combined would be in the neighborhood of $7.14 for the average residential customer which equates to just over a 4% increase for the
03/04/15 07:04 AM
Press Release– The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce joined more than 250 local, regional and state Chambers of Commerce urging Congress to resolve the impending insolvency of the federal Highway Trust Fund and to pass a long-term federal transportation authorization bill.
 
Chambers of Commerce know infrastructure investment is an important economic issue. Without a sustainable
The names of Campbell County High School Senior Honor Roll students are featured on digital billboards throughout Gillette as part of a new campaign by Black Hills State University to recognize these students for their academic accomplishments.
03/04/15 07:02 AM
Press Release - A new ad campaign from Black Hills State University is putting the spotlight on Campbell County High School Senior Honor Roll students.

The campaign recognizes high-achieving students and lets them know that BHSU offers in-state tuition to Wyoming students, according to Corinne Hansen, Director of University and Community Relations at BHSU.

“We really just wanted to
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03/03/15 10:15 AM
While Snake River Brewery may have the title of largest production in the state currently, Black Tooth Brewing Company of Sheridan is growing and expects to surpass Snake River's output by next year. Tim Barnes, co-founder of Black Tooth said the company already has the largest brew house in the state, with its new multi-million dollar expansion nearing completion. He comments... Read more
03/02/15 01:57 PM
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Northeastern Wyoming, to be in effect tonight starting at 6 pm. The warning concludes Tuesday at noon. A slow moving system will be impacting our listening area this evening, bringing snow and limited visibility. Meteorologist Brian Tesar with the National Weather Service in Billings notes that there is another factor they are concerned about... Read more
03/01/15 04:52 PM
Monday is the last day folks can say they can shop at a Safeway in Sheridan. The Sheridan store will become Ridley's Family Market, officially by Tuesday. It joins Ridley's markets moving to Laramie and two locations in Casper. Closing time is 6 pm. The store will reopen Tuesday morning with the new name. Read more
02/27/15 09:55 AM
House Bill 114, also known as the "Wyoming Repeal Gun Free Zones Act" would allow for persons with concealed weapons permits to carry in multiple places where guns are currently not allowed. The bill, upon introduction, stated that concealed weapons would be allowed in meetings of government entities, legislature meetings, public schools, colleges, and athletic events. Weapons would also be allowed in public elementary or secondary schools. Weapons would still be prohibited in courtrooms. Read more
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Losin’ It @ Work is a 6 week competition that takes place in January and February. Teams of 4 to 6 compete to lose the most weight by percentage. There will be winning teams each week and an overall winning team.
 
Enter the contest by submitting a picture of you and your sweetheart. Submissions are accepted until midnight, February 14th.
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