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A wall of coal at Peabody Energy's North Antelope Rochelle Mine in the Powder River Basin. (WyoFile)

Transition in Coal Country: Rural Communities on the Brink

A wall of coal at Peabody Energy's North Antelope Rochelle Mine in the Powder River Basin. (WyoFile) Note from the editors: “Transition in Coal Country” is a collaboration of the Energy News Network and WyoFile,...

City Council to Begin Revising Boundaries of Ward 2

(Gillette, Wyo.) The Gillette City Council will meet tonight to begin the process of extending the boundaries of Ward 2 to include Antelope Valley and Crestview Estates following the annexation. The proposed ordinance will effectively...
Hunter

Donation Will Provide Over 5,000 Acres For Hunting and Fishing

(Gillette, Wyo.) Bowhunters of Wyoming donated $1,750 to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, which will support hunters and anglers through the Access Yes Program. The group is a regular contributor to the program. Access...
Lake Titicaca Basin

Archeologist Shares Insights Into Peru Mountains

Ever wondered about early cultures in Peru who lived in the mountains 14,000 feet above seal level? On Wednesday, retired U.S. Forest Service archeologist Bill Matthews will share his insights about excavations ranging from...

Real Estate Listing Summary for Nov. 12 – Nov. 26

To help you find a place to call home or to sell or rent your property, County 17 now offers Real Estate listings. Here is a summary of recent Real Estate listings submitted to County 17. Click through for details!

Fulfilling our Nation’s Promise

Photo courtesy of DPAA. A Kaycee soldier is one step closer to home nearly seven decades after he was last seen in 1950 while serving in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Then 19, Cpl....

Community Provides Hundreds of Thanksgiving Meals for the Needy

Over 700 Thanksgiving meals were provided this year for community members in need through the efforts of Albertsons and the Council of Community Services, who partnered with the Campbell County Senior Center, St. Matthew’s...

Methamphetamine Located On Church Ave

(Gillette, Wyo.) A search of a residence yesterday afternoon resulted in two arrests and a woman being charged with the possession of controlled substances in addition to allegedly intending to defraud a drug screen...
City Closed for the Holidays Sleeping Dog Under Blanket

City Closed to Ring in the New Year!

Happy New Year! City offices will be closed all day Wednesday, Jan. 1. This includes the City/County Animal Shelter. Wednesday's trash and recycling will be picked up on Thursday, Jan. 2, along with Thursday's trash and...

Chicken Vote Delayed Until January

A proposed amendment that would allow residents to house chickens in city limits will not appear before the Gillette City Council until January. The amendment, which would allow for up to five chickens in most...