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01/30/15 10:10 AM
The City of Gillette releases its 2014 Citizen Survey. City of Gillette residents have been surveyed every year since 1977 on topics regarding quality of life and infrastructure, such as public safety, traffic, and customer service.

Overall, the survey indicates that Gillette residents continue to be satisfied with the Police Department, Fire Department, and EMS service, as well as continued
01/30/15 09:27 AM
Campbell County School District is pleased to offer “Ready! For Kindergarten” classes for parents of 4- and 5-year-old children who will be entering kindergarten in the fall of 2015 and for parents of 3- and 4-year-olds who will enter kindergarten in the fall of 2016. The FREE classes will be held at 6 p.m. on February 3, 10, and 17 at the Lakeway Learning Center, 525 West Lakeway. To
01/30/15 06:25 AM
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving a hit and run that occurred at the intersection of Recluse Road and Greenough Road on the evening of January 16 or the early morning hours of January 17, 2015. During this time frame unknown suspect(s) crashed a Ford F-150 pickup truck through a fence at this intersection. The driver of the vehicle is also suspected in the destruction of an
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01/29/15 11:38 AM

Washakie County School District #2 Superintendent Jerry Erdahl submitted his resignation to the Board during a special meeting held in Ten Sleep on Wednesday afternoon, January 28. The Board approved Erdahl’s resignation by a vote of 3 to 2. Board member Becky Cooper who was 1 of the 2 Board members that opposed the motion to accept Erdahl’s resignation, felt that the Board was out of
01/29/15 02:33 AM
Several education related bills are making their way through the 63rd Legislative Session, some introduced earlier this month. One of the more controversial bills, which was brought up by former Superintendent of Schools Cindy Hill, is Senate Joint Resolution 0005, which is sponsored by the Joint Education Interim Committee. Read more
01/28/15 09:18 AM
We've reported numerous times in the past that Sheridan's airport would be receiving about $500,000 worth of grant monies that would go toward improving service. Within the past two years, the airport has seen 19% of its flights cancelled. The Critical Air Task Force that is made up of several individuals from Sheridan County, the city of Sheridan, Chamber of Commerce, and others is working on the issue. The group is hoping to seek a reliable carrier for the airport which would offer a low fare and non-stop service to a larger hub. Senator Mike Enzi has introduced legislation that helps airports such as Sheridan receive critical funds for multiple uses. Read more
01/27/15 01:09 PM
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services has released information regarding unemployment rates for December of 2014, and there is some good news. The State's unemployment rate fell from 4.5% in November to 4.2% in December. That's just slightly lower than it was in December of 2013, at 4.4%. Wyoming still has the nation's unemployment beat. Nationwide, unemployment sits at 5.6%. Read more
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