Local News
Press Release. – Today, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit upheld Wyoming’s plan for controlling emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) under the Clean Air Act’s regional haze program. Environmental groups, including the Sierra Club and WildEarth Guardians, challenged the EPA’s approval of Wyoming’s plan on the ground that the plan failed to
Local law enforcement would like to remind the public to be wary of phone and internet scams. Gillette Police Lieutenant Brent Wasson said a 57-year-old Gillette woman reported yesterday she had lost over $14,000 to a phone scam.

Wasson said the woman was contacted by two men with Middle Eastern accents who claimed to be with the Internal Revenue Service. The men told the woman she would
Aquila Theatre brings to life Emily Bronte’s classic story of allconsuming passion with its new production of Wuthering Heights. The novel, one of the most famous works of world literature, was first published in 1847 under a pseudonym and is Emily Bronte’s only work. Wuthering Heights recounts the tale of ill-fated lovers on the lonely moors of northern
This morning the Campbell County Sheriff's Office released information on a fatal mine accident. Corporal Quentin Reynolds said an emergency call was placed from the North Antelope Rochelle on October 18th, 2014 about 10:36 p.m. Reynolds said a 51-year-old man died in a vehicle accident.

“It was reported that a belly-dump tractor trailer combination had driven over the high
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving a burglary that occurred on the 1100 block of Stanley Avenue on 10-08-14 between 0700 hours and 1630 hours. During this time frame unknown suspect(s) entered a garage and stole a 28 speed Specialized Bicycle. The Bicycle is described as black with blue and orange pinstripes.

If you have information that can solve this or any other crime
State News
  Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., is encouraging Wyoming juniors in high school to apply to be a Senate page for the spring session in Washington, DC. There are a total of 30 page positions in the United States Senate each session and the deadline for spring applications is Wednesday, November 5. 

“I am fortunate to have the opportunity to sponsor
Press Release - With less than two weeks left to vote by absentee ballot, more than 12,000 voters, representing nearly 5 percent (5%) of registered voters, have cast their General Election ballots, according to figures released today by the Secretary of State. 

“County clerks across the state received 23,037 requests for absentee ballots and more than half of those voters
Press Release. – Today, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit upheld Wyoming’s plan for controlling emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) under the Clean Air Act’s regional haze program. Environmental groups, including the Sierra Club and WildEarth Guardians, challenged the EPA’s approval of Wyoming’s plan on the ground that the plan failed to
On October 19th, at approximately 6:00 p.m. near mile post 266 on Interstate 80 westbound, Wyoming Highway Patrol K-9 "Robbie" and Trooper Dave Chatfield were engaged in a K-9 deployment on a stopped vehicle. While transitioning from an interior search of the vehicle to an exterior search, Robbie entered into the westbound lanes of travel and was struck by a passing tractor-trailer

October 16th at approximately 1340 hours a school bus belonging to Shoshone Arapaho Head Start was southbound on WY 132 in Fremont County on the Wind River Indian Reservation. The school bus left the roadway on the right side of a left hand curve for an unknown reason, the driver steered the bus back onto the road, over-corrected, and the bus rolled 1 1/4 times coming to rest in the
Regional News
Press Release. – Today, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit upheld Wyoming’s plan for controlling emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) under the Clean Air Act’s regional haze program. Environmental groups, including the Sierra Club and WildEarth Guardians, challenged the EPA’s approval of Wyoming’s plan on the ground that the plan failed to
Press Release - The blizzard last October showed how a major winter storm can affect every person in a large area. The storm brought heavy snow, strong winds, and cold temperatures that blocked roads and caused widespread power outages. Without essential supplies and services, many residents were forced to be totally self-sufficient for a week or more.

As the winter season approaches, the
CHEYENNE – A ruling today by a federal district court judge in Washington, D.C. continues the suspension of gray wolf hunting in Wyoming. After two years of hunting, U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled on Sept. 23 that Wyoming’s plan was not legally sufficient to support the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 2012 rule allowing limited take of gray
Custer, SD– Fall colors are showing up all over the Black Hills and the Forest Service encourages you to get outdoors and enjoy one of nature’s most spectacular seasons.
“The best viewing for Fall colors on the Forest is usually late September to early October,” said Scott Jacobson, Public Affairs Officer, Black Hills National Forest. “The aspen, birch and oak are
Press Release - On September 26th, two juvenile runaways from Colorado were arrested by a Wyoming State Trooper for a string of vehicle thefts from Colorado and Wyoming. A stolen vehicle report was received from Jackson, Wyoming to look for a stolen GMC pickup truck. While Deputies from the Fremont County Sheriff's Office and Troopers from Patrol were looking for the pickup in the Dubois
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