02/11/16 07:01 AM
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- Western Wyoming Community College Mustangs were (18-8, 7-4) eight for 14 for treys in the first half. That helped give them a 39-31 lead at halftime. However, the (8) Gillette College Pronghorns (26-1, 10-1) made the necessary adjustments in the second half to get the lead back halfway through the second stanza and finish with an 81-70 victory.
02/11/16 06:39 AM
Antics—Sneaker Suites is a performance collaboration between Antics and story architect Mark Gonzales. Sneakers represent both empowerment and exploitation and Sneaker Suites unravels the complexities of this symbolism through an intersection of hip-hop dance forms and the text of provocative poetry. The pieces in Sneaker Suites search for the complex truths between sneakers’
02/11/16 06:35 AM
Press Release – U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., is encouraging college students and recent graduates to apply for a summer internship in his Washington, D.C. office. The deadline for summer applications is April 1.
“Past interns gained valuable work experience and created friendships and memories that lasted far beyond their time in my office,” Enzi said. “I encourage
02/11/16 06:35 AM
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- Angie Murnion had the magic touch outside the arc in the first half for the Gillette College Pronghorns (16-10,10-1). She was five of seven for triples in the first half and made 19 of her game-high 21 points. Gillette College won 64-56 over Western Wyoming Community College (14-10) Wednesday night.
02/11/16 06:33 AM
Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Rodney Miears returned back to full duty today (Feb. 10th) after recovering from injuries sustained in a two vehicle crash back on June 15th, 2015.
Trooper Miears was traveling east on US 14/16/20 near mile post 33 at the entrance of the Yellowstone Valley Inn west of Cody, Wyoming when at 2:11 p.m. a westbound commercial truck with trailer had
02/10/16 10:25 AM
Information From Gillette City Hall - The Gillette Police Department is assisting the Campbell County Sheriff's Office in locating a high school age student that has made suicidal statements. As a result, North and South campus are taking necessary precautions. There is no information that the student is at either location. We will update you as information becomes
02/10/16 06:34 AM
Press Release – Governor Matt Mead is extremely pleased that the U.S. Supreme Court granted a stay of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan. Wyoming joined West Virginia and numerous other states in seeking a stay from the Court. The Court ruled 5-4 today to impose a stay.
“This is a big win for Wyoming and the nation,” said Governor Mead. “It