Campbell County

Move comes after two projects break ground near Gillette CASPER — The University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources is taking over management of the state’s leading carbon capture test site.  The School of Energy Resources is assuming control of the Wyoming Integrated Test Center at Basin...
Like the rest of the country, Wyoming residents have faced their share of economic challenges amidst the ongoing inflation in the aftermath of the worldwide Covid pandemic, but the sting of inflation may have been felt a bit less in Weston County as 2022 came to a close than it had in other areas...
GILLETTE (WNE)  — Amendments to the proposed hate crime ordinance have been put forth ahead of its third reading before the Gillette City Council, which is scheduled to take place Tuesday night.   The suggested changes were drafted with input from Councilman Jim West and may be considered by...
CHEYENNE (WNE) — The Wyoming National Guard is set to conduct Vigilant Guard 23-3, a comprehensive emergency response exercise aimed at enhancing public safety and community preparedness. The exercise will take place from June 12-15 in various locations throughout the state.   Vigilant Guard 23-3...
GILLETTE (WNE) — A proposed hate crime ordinance passed its second reading Tuesday night on a 4-3 vote by the Gillette City Council.   It will now move on to a third and final reading, which will take place at the city council’s next meeting on June 6.   The votes remained unchanged from the first...
Fossil fuel advocates, conservationists both critical of EPA plan   CASPER — Wyoming leaders swear – almost across the board – that carbon capture is destined to be a vital part of electricity generation. Just not yet.    The Biden administration’s proposed emissions constraints for power plants...
GOP committee nixes push to seek lawmaker’s expulsion CASPER — The Wyoming Republican Party was united in condemning Laramie Democrat Rep. Karlee Provenza for posting a meme concerning transgender people that was criticized for its violent overtones.  But Republican leaders were split on Saturday...
GILLETTE — Gillette City Council members and many others in the community are divided over a proposed hate crime ordinance, evidenced by the turnout and comments made at a City Council meeting Tuesday night.   Residents packed the city council chambers to speak on the proposed city law, which would...

From the Wyoming Department of Transportation 

Sheridan, Wyo – Wyoming Department of Transportation northeast Wyoming maintenance crews will begin yearly paving operations on various roads in Crook, Weston, Campbell, Johnson and Sheridan counties.    Paving operations are scheduled to begin the week of May 15, 2023 in Crook and...

 Volunteers Hanna Goodman and Dahlton Tarno fill a cooler with steaming crawfish during the annual Crawfish Boil at the Cam-plex Wyoming Center on Friday, April 22, 2022. Volunteers fed lines of people that wrapped around the inside of the event center. Photo by Ed Glazar, Gillette News Record. 

 
GILLETTE — It’s not an extravagant affair.   There are no wine glasses or polished silverware, and no one needs to dress for the occasion. In fact, it’s probably better to wear clothes that can sport a few stains.   In simple terms, it’s a meal. A meal filled with friends and family and even those...

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