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12/02/16 06:33 PM
Please plan to join us tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 3rd for the 2016 Parade of Lights on Gillette Avenue!  The parade starts at 5pm and will run from the 7th block down to the 1st.  Please share this with your friends and share our event on your fac
12/02/16 09:43 AM
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Today, U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) released the following statement on the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) final Planning 2.0 rule.   “This is just the latest example of the Obama administration rushing t
12/02/16 09:40 AM
The Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS) has published results of a statewide groundwater study after developing a new model to estimate baseflow, a significant component of groundwater recharge. Groundwater is an important resource across Wyoming.&nbs
12/01/16 11:37 AM
If you would like to show your support for a local law enforcement family help fight cancer do some good in your community or just enjoy a good breakfast stop by the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church on Saturday morning. Gillette Police Officer Ryan Mussel
12/01/16 06:00 AM
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Matt Mead held a press conference today to discuss his supplemental budget for the 2017-2018 biennium. The Legislature will consider the Governor’s recommendations during the upcoming General Session which begins Janu
12/01/16 05:58 AM
Governor Mead will be signing a proclamation for Wyoming’s first Computer Science Education Week on December 5, 2016 at 1:45 p.m. The Wyoming Department of Education is encouraging all schools to participate in the Hour of Code next week. The Hour o
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10/23/16 11:48 PM
A news release put out by the Hot Springs County Sheriff’s Office and Search and Rescue on Sunday, October 23 reports that missing 82-year-old hunter Wayne Hockaday has been found. Hockaday was returned to his home at about 2:15 pm on Saturday, October 22 by area hunters. Hockaday had previously been reported missing on Thursday, October 20 when he did not return from a deer hunt on
10/19/16 08:35 AM
The Worland City Council was in regular session on Tuesday night, October 18 in the City Hall Chambers. Christy Schneider of the Warehouse in Worland addressed the Council requesting that they stay open late on October 29th, November 25th and December 31st of this year. The request was approved. In other business, Resolution 2016-6 was approved by the Council which will give gymnasiums, fitness
10/17/16 12:12 PM
Hundreds of people from all over were out in droves on a beautiful day at Hunter Fest 2016 in Ten Sleep on Friday, October 14 to celebrate the open season of hunting around the Big Horn Basin. The event also provided the opportunity for people to talk one on one with local game wardens and other hunters in the area so that they can receive important information regarding where they can hunt in
10/14/16 11:31 AM
Reminding motorists of a 2001 state law, 10 signs are being installed in northwest Wyoming to encourage passing vehicles to "move over for parked emergency vehicles" that are displaying flashing lights.


Wyoming's move-over law requires motorists to change lanes to move away from parked emergency vehicles that are displaying flashing lights; on two-lane roads, or where
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