GILLETTE, WY—Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) has partnered with Enroll Wyoming to help members of the public learn about the Health Insurance Marketplace created under the national health care law to help the uninsured explore affordable health insurance options. Enroll Wyoming “navigators” are trained to help people who need health insurance find and enroll in coverage.Last Updated on Thursday, 05 December 2013 05:59 Read more: CCMH Hosts Health Insurance Exchange Meeting December 9
At the December 4th, Gillette City Council Meeting the council had consideration of an agreement with former mayor Tom Murphy for consultation services through the end of 2014. The council voted 6-0 against the agreement which would have paid Murphy $18,000. After the meeting, ward 2 councilman Forrest Rothleutner, said he believed the council's main reason for deciding to vote down the agreement came after hearing from their constituents. Rothleutner said a reoccuring theme from the public was displeasure with the abruptness of Murphy’s resignation November 22nd, with only minutes notice.Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 December 2013 11:08 Read more: Council Votes Against Paid Agreement For Former Mayor
At the Tuesday, December 3rd City Council meeting, John Opseth was sworn in as Mayor of Gillette, taking over the seat vacated by Mayor Tom Murphy. Mayor Opseth is the 38th Mayor in Gillette's history, and he will serve out Mayor Murphy's term through 2014.
Opseth has been serving as a City Councilman since being appointed to the City Council in January, 2009 to serve out the late Steve Hughes's term as Ward 2 Councilman when the former Councilman was elected to serve on the County Commission in 2008. In 2010, Opseth ran for re-election to his Ward 2 seat and was re-elected. Prior to his appointment to the City Council, Opseth served on the City of Gillette's Planning Commission.Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 December 2013 10:41 Read more: City Is Accepting Applications for Open Ward 2 Seat Until December 20th
If you are someone who enjoys the spirit of giving during the Holidays you can inquire at the Perkins Family Restaurant in Gillette about the Veterans Angle Tree. Terry Case with the American Legions Women’s Auxiliary is one of many who help organize that every year.
"This is the original Angel Tree that benefits the residents in Buffalo, Wyoming. They call it the Wyoming Veterans Home and the Sheridan VA Hospital.”Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 December 2013 14:32 Read more: Look For Veterans Angel Tree At Perkins
When was the last time you saw Guns & Roses, AC/DC, Aerosmith, Kiss, Van Halen, Queen,
Twisted Sister, Journey, Poison and Bon Jovi all in the same night? In 2013, more than a
quarter million people experienced this and so much more at a Hairball show!
The gigantic production Hairball travels with grows every week. With a fiery pyro show, video
screens smoke machines, make-up, costumes, fire, and an ever-evolving, virtually endless play
list of hit songs, Hairball executes a Rock concert like nothing ever seen before!
At 2:38 pm on December 2nd, emergency responders in Campbell County were dispatched to Sandcreek Circle in Wright, Wyoming. Under-sheriff Scott Matheny said a 52-year-old man who was decorating his home for Christmas apparently fell from the roof. The man's 46-year-old wife found him sometime after he fell.Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 December 2013 10:43 Read more: Man Decorating For Christmas Dies After Fall
PRECorp line crews are prepared to respond to an arctic blast of snow and dangerous wind chills forecast this week for northeastern Wyoming.
Weather officials predict snow and blowing snow starting Tuesday, followed by air temperatures at or below zero through Sunday. Wind chills are expected to hover between 20- and 30-degrees below zero. If you experience an outage call 1-888-391-6220.Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 December 2013 07:28 Read more: Be Prepared for Harsh Weather this Week