At Tuesday night’s Gillette City Council meeting, a swearing in ceremony was held for seven new Gillette Police Officers. GilletteCity Councilman Robin Kuntz said it is always an honor to help welcome in new officers.
“We swore in some new police officers. It’s always an honor when we get to see that. I think these folks have a tough job and I just ask the community to
Press Release - A fatal crash north of Chugwater, Wyoming has resulted in the death of 25 year old Casper, Wyoming resident Michael L. Cooper. The crash occurred at 12:35 p.m. on February 1st near mile post 65 on Interstate 25 southbound approximately 11 miles north of Chugwater.
Cooper was driving a 1995 GMC Sonoma pickup truck southbound on I-25 in snow and ice covered road
Last night representatives from the town of Wright, City of Gillette and Campbell County met at the George Amos Memorial building. Wright Mayor Ralph Kingan gave an update on the Wright Community Center. He said the project, which will include a community kitchen and more room for senior citizens to gather, is going well and on track. He said he expects some type of opening in early
Another strong winter storm across Wyoming has once again kept all members of the Wyoming Highway Patrol very busy.
Since noon on January 31st through 4:00 p.m. today (Feb. 3rd), Troopers have investigated 146 crashes statewide. 121 of those crashes involved property damage only,24 crashes had injury and there was one fatal crash southwest of Laramie that was non-weather related.
Press Release – The importance of coal in powering America simply cannot be overstated, according to U.S. Senator Enzi, R-Wyo. Unfortunately, he said, neither can this Administration’s deliberate attempts to use executive power to put the coal industry out of business.
“This issue hits close to home for me because approximately 40 percent of this country’s
Charles Kelley covers Miley Cyrus's "Wrecking Ball." Don't worry -- you won't see him swinging around naked in this video.
Kelley's new album titled The Driver is due out Friday.
He also announced he will be doing a solo tour and...
A verdict was reached in an aggravated vehicular homicide trial for 22-year-old Cody Shinost of Thermopolis in the Wyoming 5th Judicial District Court in Worland on Thursday night, February 4. The jury deliberated for over 8 hours and found Shinost guilty of aggravated vehicular homicide a felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison and or a $10,000 fine in connection with a fatal single
The 3rd day of a trial involving the State of Wyoming versus 22-year-old Cody Shinost of Thermopolis continued throughout the day in the Wyoming 5th Judicial District Court in Worland on Wednesday, February 3. Shinost has been charged with aggravated homicide a felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison and or a $10,000 fine in connection with a fatal single vehicle accident that occurred
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The 2nd day of a trial involving the State of Wyoming versus 22-year-old Cody Shinost of Thermopolis took place throughout the day in the Wyoming 5th Judicial District Court in Worland on Tuesday, February 2. The Wyoming Highway Patrol reported on May 14 of 2014 that 3 people were injured and 1 person was killed in a single vehicle accident off of Black Mountain Road on Wyoming 172 about 10 to 15