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City Council Talks Liquor, Little to No Discussion

(Gillette, Wyo.) Liquor license and allowance discussions dominated the floor last night during the City Council’s regularly scheduled session. The council voted to unanimously approve the renewal of liquor licenses for over 50 businesses, with...

Preliminary Results Suggest Well Problems Not Caused By City

(Gillette, Wyo.) Preliminary test results of private wells in Carlile suggest the city’s acid stimulation processes at the Madison Well Field did not cause the problems with private wells in the area of the...

Taxi or Uber?

(Gillette, Wyo.) Things are about to heat up between a local transportation network company and the City of Gillette. Recently, the Gillette Police Department issued multiple citations to employees of Need-A-Ride Transportation for operating without...

County Gives City Deeds to Contested Parks

(Gillette, Wyo.) The Campbell County Commissioners voted today to sign over special warranty deeds to the City of Gillette for two parcels of land designated as parks in the Antelope Valley and Crestview Subdivisions. Deputy...

Gas Line Cut Closes Roads

Updated at 1:00 p.m. The City of Gillette has announced that Warlow Drive is back open in the area of Lakeland Hills subdivision. Updated at 11:06 a.m. Black Hills Power has arrived on scene in Lakeland Hills...

Did The City’s Acid Stimulation Cause Private Well Problems?

(Gillette, Wyo.) Last summer, residents near Carlile began receiving acidic water from their private wells, and some wells were running dry. Among the impacted residents is Michael Cranston, who told Wyofile in November that the...

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...

Fouled Well Test Results Expected Soon

(Gillette, Wyo.) The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality has completed its testing of private wells around Carlile and will be releasing results to the public by the end of the month, said DEQ spokesperson...

City Employees Give United

(Gillette, Wyo.) The United Way of Campbell County is wrapping up their 2018 annual fundraising campaign. Executive Director Spring Wilkins said overall donations are up slightly over last year. But are still down significantly...

City to Consider Spending Millions on Waste Water, Utility Rate Increase Proposed

(Gillette, Wyo.) Proposed upgrades and repairs to the Waste Water Treatment Facility will cost the city more than $20 million over the course of the next five years. Solutions to offset the cost of the...