fbpx

Growing pains: Splash pad ready for immediate expansion

City council also talks future possibilities such as more softball fields, parking and playground. It’s no secret how popular the Energy Capital Sports Complex has become for residents and visitors. That’s why several future possible...

Power outage affects Gillette, causes vehicle accident

The Monday afternoon commute was greatly impacted when a power outage created a problem in downtown Gillette and outlying areas. Traffic signals were out for several miles which resulted in at least one vehicle accident. In...

City selects new Administrator

The City of Gillette announced Wednesday morning that Hyun Kim has been chosen as the next City Administrator. Kim was selected from among three candidates that were interviewed earlier this month and will officially assume...
Wyoming Innovation Center Conceptual Rendering

Wyoming Innovation Center breaks ground

The new facility will provide research space and technology to assist in the scaling-up of technologies that use coal to produce new products On a shale covered site north of Gillette, Energy Capital Economic Development...

City approves first reading of alcohol delivery ordinance

The Gillette City Council on Tuesday passed its first reading of an ordinance that would allow for the delivery of alcohol, liquor, and malt beverages within city limits. In a split vote, the council passed...
Gurley Overpass in Gillette, WY.

City mulls next stage of Gurley Overpass overhaul

City staff Tuesday night urged the Gillette City Council to be cautious and patient before making any additional decisions regarding the future of the Gurley Overpass. Currently, the city is considering tearing down and replacing...

City to consider allowing alcohol delivery in Gillette

The Gillette City Council announced Tuesday that it will consider adopting regulations to comply with a new state statute that allows alcohol and malt beverage deliveries for some liquor license holders. The new statute, W.S....

Gillette City Council Ok’s urban chickens, with stipulations

Gillette residents will soon be able to house up to five chickens within city limits after two changes to the city code were approved by the Gillette City Council Tuesday. The council passed two ordinances...

Lakeway Road Construction to Begin

A multi-million-dollar project to redo Lakeway Road is expected to begin this week, effectively restricting the flow of traffic for the foreseeable future, city officials say.    “The work will take place in phases to minimize disruption and limit...
Patrick Davidson (Photo: Courtesy of City of Gillette, 2017)

Davidson Out, Cole In as Interim City Administrator

In a two sentence press release issued at 2 p.m. today, the City of Gillette announced that City Utilities Director Mike Cole will serve as interim city administrator effective Feb. 26. The Feb. 26 release...