The City of Gillette's Development Services Department announces that the Gillette Avenue/1st Street intersection, and Gillette Avenue north of 1st Street, will be closed from Wednesday, April 16th through May 31st. This closure is for work on the Gillette Avenue Improvements project.
No through traffic will be possible at this intersection. Traffic Control [PDF] Please plan
Press Release-Karen Colclough (37) was a beloved resident of Wilson, Wyoming who worked as a Community Entry Services employee and a ski patroller at Snow King, Jackson. On April 11, while on a mission trip to Nicaragua organized by the local Presbyterian Church, she went missing. After three days of searching, her body was discovered. In response, U.S. Representative Cynthia M.
Elk Mountain – Wyoming Highway Patrol Troopers and WYDOT personnel have reopened westbound Interstate 80 after a pileup crash involving at least 47 vehicles forced the closure of the westbound lanes of the Interstate for approximately 18 hours.
The crash was reported just before 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon approximately 7 miles east of Elk Mountain and speeds on the Interstate
April 14, 2014 - The Wyoming Lottery has moved another step closer to becoming fully operational with the announcement today that the Wyoming Lottery Corp. has selected Warehouse Twenty One to provide strategic marketing and advertising support for WyoLotto™.
A Cheyenne-based integrated marketing and design agency, Warehouse Twenty One will provide advertising, marketing, public
A $2.75 million asphalt pavement rehabilitation project is scheduled to begin next week on U.S. 14 between Greybull and Shell. The project was made possible by revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase, passed by the Wyoming Legislature in 2013... (read more)
Secretary of State Max Maxfield announced the release of the 2014 Wyoming Campaign Guide. The online guide is updated each election year as a resource for candidates, their supporters, and others involved in political campaigns... (read more)
Local ski area, Sleeping Giant, closed-out the season on an upward trend. Executive Director of the Yellowstone Recreation Foundation, Germaine Mitchell, says aggressive programming and a restructuring of the ski area's board are a couple of reasons for a noticeable increase in winter use... (read more)
The Northwest College Board, faculty, along with several state representatives received their first tour of the college's new building yesterday. The Yellowstone building is a $15 million project. Roughly 63 percent of the funding for the two-storied building on the west end of campus came through the first legislative appropriation... (read more)
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