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If you know a veteran in the area who could use some help in finding housing, Frank Miller with the Gillette VA would like people to know about a HUD VASH program.

“It’s a program for homeless veterans. It’s a partnership between the VA and HUD where I assist veterans in applying for section 8 housing. They move to the top of the list because of the partnership we have with
Press Release -  A two vehicle crash on March 2nd resulted in three fatalities south of Midwest, Wyoming on Wyoming Highway 259. The crash occurred at 6:45 p.m. at mile post 22 on WY 259 approximately four miles south of Midwest in Natrona County.
 

A 1999 Ford Taurus, driven by 51 year old Scott Burgess of Mills, Wyoming, was travelling south on WY 259. A 2008 Chevrolet
Last night the Gillette City Council hosted a public hearing to take public comment on two proposed ordinances to revise rates on waste-water service and electrical service.

“We are anticipating that the total utilities increase with all four utilities combined would be in the neighborhood of $7.14 for the average residential customer which equates to just over a 4% increase for the
Press Release– The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce joined more than 250 local, regional and state Chambers of Commerce urging Congress to resolve the impending insolvency of the federal Highway Trust Fund and to pass a long-term federal transportation authorization bill.
 
Chambers of Commerce know infrastructure investment is an important economic issue. Without a sustainable
The names of Campbell County High School Senior Honor Roll students are featured on digital billboards throughout Gillette as part of a new campaign by Black Hills State University to recognize these students for their academic accomplishments.
Press Release - A new ad campaign from Black Hills State University is putting the spotlight on Campbell County High School Senior Honor Roll students.

The campaign recognizes high-achieving students and lets them know that BHSU offers in-state tuition to Wyoming students, according to Corinne Hansen, Director of University and Community Relations at BHSU.

“We really just wanted to
State News
Press Release -  A two vehicle crash on March 2nd resulted in three fatalities south of Midwest, Wyoming on Wyoming Highway 259. The crash occurred at 6:45 p.m. at mile post 22 on WY 259 approximately four miles south of Midwest in Natrona County.
 

A 1999 Ford Taurus, driven by 51 year old Scott Burgess of Mills, Wyoming, was travelling south on WY 259. A 2008 Chevrolet
Press Release - A new Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS) study found that recovery of groundwater after coalbed natural gas development is related to the hydrologic properties of an aquifer and the amount of water pumped out of a coalbed during peak production. The WSGS study examined the Upper Wyodak coal zone of the Powder River Basin in Wyoming.

“With this initial investigation,
Press Release - A new Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS) study found that recovery of groundwater after coalbed natural gas development is related to the hydrologic properties of an aquifer and the amount of water pumped out of a coalbed during peak production. The WSGS study examined the Upper Wyodak coal zone of the Powder River Basin in Wyoming.

“With this initial investigation,
Press Release - With the season approaching when baby chicks and ducklings are typically bought and sold around the state, a Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) representative says even cute chicks can sometimes carry harmful germs. 
 
“While many animal species can carry salmonella bacteria, baby poultry, even if they appear healthy and clean, are a common source of the
Lander - The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will begin two big game animal studies in the Dubois area over the coming weeks.  One study will look at migration of the Wiggins Fork elk herd and the other will analyze body condition of the Whiskey Mountain bighorn sheep herd. Both studies will involve capturing animals using a helicopter and net gun and are conducted in cooperation with the
Regional News
Press Release– The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce joined more than 250 local, regional and state Chambers of Commerce urging Congress to resolve the impending insolvency of the federal Highway Trust Fund and to pass a long-term federal transportation authorization bill.
 
Chambers of Commerce know infrastructure investment is an important economic issue. Without a sustainable
The names of Campbell County High School Senior Honor Roll students are featured on digital billboards throughout Gillette as part of a new campaign by Black Hills State University to recognize these students for their academic accomplishments.
Press Release - A new ad campaign from Black Hills State University is putting the spotlight on Campbell County High School Senior Honor Roll students.

The campaign recognizes high-achieving students and lets them know that BHSU offers in-state tuition to Wyoming students, according to Corinne Hansen, Director of University and Community Relations at BHSU.

“We really just wanted to
Press Release (2-26-15)  Today, U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-WY) issued the following statement regarding the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) votes to overturn state laws and grant government regulation of private broadband networks.
 
“Today, Chairman Wheeler and a partisan majority at the FCC declared the agency to be the gatekeeper of the
Press Release – During a hearing on the nation’s debt Wednesday, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, noted that America’s current debt is the biggest our country has ever owed and endangers our government and hurts the nation’s economic potential.
 
“If we don’t stand up to our debt and stop overspending, we’ll ruin
Press Release  – U.S. Senators Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., Tom Udall, D-N.M., John Barrasso, R-Wyo., Representatives Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., Michelle Lujan Grisham, D-N.M., and Ben Ray Luján, D-N.M., introduced legislation Thursday that would allow states to collect their own mineral royalties, protecting money that is rightfully owed to the states. The bill would effectively eliminate a
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