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City Administrator to Resign for Casper Position

(Gillette, Wyo.) Tonight the City of Gillette announced that current City Administrator Carter Napier will be resigning from his position to take a job with Casper as their new City Manager. Former Casper City Manager V.H....

City Employment Opportunities

The City of Gillette has several career opportunities including Utilities Services Locator and Water Systems Technician. They offer a very competitive wage and benefits package, which includes enrollment in the Wyoming Retirement System. To complete the...

Election Filings for Campbell County and the City of Gillette

The deadline for election filings was today at 5 p.m. Here's the applications received for positions in Campbell County and City of Gillette. City of Gillette Ward 1-2 year Bruce Brown Darin Edmonds Ward 1-4 year Shawn Neary Terry Sjolin Ward 2 Tim...
City of Gillette Mayor Louise Carter-King signs an official proclamation designating June as National Safety Month. Also pictured from left to right are: Carole Boughton, WMSC Business Development and Public Relations Director; Crystal Volk, WMSC Board Member; Randy Milliron, City of Gillette Safety Manager; Amy Thomas, WMSC Executive Director. (H/t Geno Palazzari, City of Gillette)

Council Unanimously Approves First Reading of $148+ Million City Budget

Mayor Louise Carter-King signs an official proclamation Tuesday designating June as National Safety Month. Also pictured: Carole Boughton, WMSC Business Development and PR Director; Crystal Volk, WMSC Board Member; Randy Milliron, City of Gillette...

Watch the Final Primary Election Candidates’ Forum LIVE on GPA-TV

GPA-TV to air final candidates' forum of the 2018 election season. Tonight, the City of Gillette, in partnership with the Campbell County Republican Party, will be hosting its final candidate's forum at 5:30 p.m. in...

City Recognizes Outstanding Officer

(Photo courtesy of the City of Gillette) (Gillette, Wyo.) The city’s quarterly employee recognition award found a new home during last week’s city council meeting. The P.R.I.D.E. Award—standing for productivity, responsibility, integrity, dedication, and enthusiasm—was passed...
Pothole

To Fill or Not to Fill: Whose Problem is it?

Dairy Queen manager Barb Anthes says this large pothole is not on their property.   Nearly 10 months after the city passed an ordinance to hold businesses accountable for the conditions of their parking lots, progress...

City Hosts First G-21 Think Tank

Not much has changed in the world since 1979, right? That may not be true of everyday life, but it is for the City of Gillette’s Zoning Code, which has only seen 89 amendments...

Public Involvement Initiative Aims to Ease Lakeway Road Construction Project Concerns

Business owner John Bear explains how the upcoming Lakeway Road construction project will impact his business.   Liz Mussell is worried about the potential traffic back up that semi-trucks making frequent deliveries to Knecht Home Center...

City Looks To Fill Seat on Advisory Board

The City of Gillette is accepting applications for a partial term position on the Parks and Beautification Board. The Parks and Beautification board advises the mayor and council on all park development matters, reviews landscape...