Local News
GILLETTE, WY – The Campbell County Cemetery District Board and Staff announce the Completion and Opening of the Gardens at Mt. Pisgah.  The Fall Open House is scheduled for Monday, October 3, 2016, 1pm to 5 p.m. beginning at the Unity Garden, l
September 28, 2016—Gillette, WY—Today, Red Hills Veterinary Hospital (RHVH) donated $400 to Fur Kids Foundation to be used to help local families with pets with emergency veterinary costs.   Throughout the months of May-August, RHVH offer
The Campbell County School Board of Trustees recognized Ms. Cindy McGeary as the 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year and Mrs. Tammie Smith as the Educational Support Personnel of the Year last night at its monthly meeting. Mrs. McGeary was nominated by her pri
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving a Vehicle Theft that occurred on September 15, 2016. A 1996 green Honda Accord was stolen from the 1800 block of Echeta Rd. The green accord had three handguns, including a Desert Eagle, a Taurus raging bull, and
GILLETTE, WY – Campbell County Medical Group (CCMG) Diabetes Education is hosting a free educational seminar entitled “Living Well with Diabetes” on Tuesday, October 11 from 8 am-12 pm at the Gillette College Tech Center, 3251 4-J Road.
State News
 Secretary of State Ed Murray is reminding everybody that absentee voting is taking place in all counties throughout Wyoming for the General Election. All Wyoming citizens who are registered to vote may vote absentee either by requesting an absentee
CHEYENNE –The Wyoming Mining Association (WMA) has named Travis Deti to lead the statewide trade organization as its new Executive Director.  Deti will serve as the Interim Executive Director from October 1st until confirmed by the WMA Board of
Cheyenne - This October, 45 women from across the nation will head into the field for their first-ever hunt with the Women’s Antelope Hunt in northeast Wyoming. For the fourth year in a row, the Wyoming Women’s Foundation, with support from Wy
Three Wyoming Main Street communities won awards Friday night for their work improving downtowns across the state. The Rock Springs Urban Renewal Association/Main Street earned  $100 and the Innovation Award for an Original and Effective Project. Ch
Press Release - America's National Park Service sites contain some of the purest night skies in the world. As darkness falls on Devils Tower, a different kind of light illuminates the night sky. That light, which comes from objects in deep space trans
Regional News
Wall, SD: The National Grasslands Visitor Center (NGVC) has seen a record breaking year this summer with visitation. More people than ever are stopping by to learn about the twenty National Grasslands and one National Tallgrass Prairie represented at the
Custer, SD —The Black Hills National Forest and its campground concessionaire, Forest Recreation Management, Inc. (FRM) will hold their 12th annual Experience the Outdoors (ETO) day at Horsethief Lake Campground, west of Mount Rushmore on Hwy. 244,
Custer, SD — 2016 marks the 50th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 signed by President Johnson which established the legal framework and incentives to preserve historic buildings, landscapes and archeology.   Today,
Press Release - South Dakota Wildland Fire Division and the Black Hills National Forest would like to remind the public about fire safety during the 76th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
 
Fire danger for the Black Hills and Prairie areas can be found at http://gacc.nifc.gov/rmcc/dispatch_centers/r2gpc/currentfiredanger.htm
 
To minimize human-caused wildfires, please consider the
Later this month local business owner Sterling Albers will be taking his mobile laser tag business to Rapid City, SD, to team up with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The recipient, a 13-year-old identified as Sam, is suffering from brain cancer. He wants to throw a large thank you party at West Middle School in Rapid City to thank all those who have supported him.

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