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An eagle statue outside of Campbell County City Hall.

City to end fiscal year with sales tax millions over budget

GILLETTE, Wyo. — A recent uptick in wholesale and retail trade pushed sales tax revenues millions over budget for the City of Gillette, which will now finish out the current fiscal year with two...

City councilmember Shay Lundvall announces mayoral campaign

GILLETTE, Wyo. — Gillette Ward 3 City Councilmember Shay Lundvall has announced he is running for mayor of Gillette. “I know Gillette’s potential, and I am committed to unlocking it,” he said in a news...

Wyoming opens 2022 election candidate filing period; May 27 marks deadline to file

CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming residents interested in seeking elected office have two weeks to file their candidacy to run for local, state and federal office in the 2022 election cycle. “As part of a democratic...

City Council ponders additional raises for staff next fiscal year

GILLETTE, Wyo. — City staff affected by record-high inflationary pressures could see some relief with the Gillette City Council looking to approve a 5% cost of living adjustment next fiscal year. The adjustment, if approved...

‘Billion-dollar storm’ dumps more than a foot of snow on Campbell County

GILLETTE, Wyo.— Campbell County was still digging itself out Monday morning from a weekend storm that buffeted the region with near 60 mph winds and dumped 19 inches of snow on northeast Wyoming. Severe blizzard...

Blizzard forces multiple road closures, non-emergency travel discouraged

UPDATE 2 p.m., April 24: the City of Gillette has ended the Level 2 Snow Emergency, though the Level 1 emergency remains in effect. The closures listed in the previous update still apply. UPDATE 1:30...

Campbell County, Gillette, Wright agree to equal CCFD funding split, board representation

GILLETTE, Wyo. — A joint meeting Wednesday night between the Campbell County Commission, the Gillette City Council, and the Town of Wright produced a verbal agreement to equalize funding and board representation for the...

City issues Level 1 Snow Emergency ahead of approaching storm

GILLETTE, Wyo.— City Administrator Hyun Kim has declared a Level 1 Snow Emergency that will take effect later tonight ahead of an approaching spring storm, the City of Gillette announced Friday. As of April 22,...

Blizzard warning issued ahead of ‘robust’ spring storm, up to 18 inches of snow...

GILLETTE, Wyo.— The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a blizzard warning ahead of a weekend storm expected to bring up to 18 inches of snow and strong winds to northeastern Wyoming. The storm is...

City passes resolution seeking federal dollars to replace, rename Gurley Overpass

GILLETTE, Wyo.— The City of Gillette is seeking $28 million in federal funds to potentially replace the Gurley Overpass and rename it after former U.S. Senator Mike Enzi. During their regular meeting on April 5,...