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Ice- and mud-covered roads certainly weren't going to get between Desarae Starck and her limited quota tag for a bull elk deep in the Bighorn... [Read More]
Andy Corbin poses for a photo with his 1,491 pound pumpkin in Cheyenne. Corbin's pumpkin has been recognized as being Wyoming's largest ever grown in... [Read More]
The sun shining and the air crisp, Mike Welch turned his trishaw onto bike path near the West Jackson post office. [Read More]
The Camels offense started with a bang, as running back Vijay Pitter smashed up the middle of the Cheyenne South defense, found 71 yards worth... [Read More]
The Bolts football team got the fast start it was looking for Friday night and then some. They lit up the scoreboard on their first... [Read More]
The Campbell County Public Library will host a workshop on barn quilt painting from 1-4 p.m. Oct. 26. [Read More]
It's time to win or miss the playoffs for the Camels. [Read More]
If you're jonesing for a good scaring, take a trip into The Realm of Darkness, the Boys & Girls Club of Campbell County's haunted house. [Read More]
Relay for Life of Northeastern Wyoming will celebrate cancer survivors and their families at an Evening of Hope at 6 p.m. Oct. 25 at the... [Read More]
Residents have a chance to visit with the Gillette Police Department to discuss issues affecting the community. [Read More]
Residents can expect to see more than 1,000 recreational vehicles come back to Gillette starting in two years. [Read More]
"Eat, drink, shop, play and dance" is the tagline for the first Oktober Market Festival at Cam-plex Central Pavilion this weekend, and you won't want... [Read More]
"I don't know what I've been told, but Donald Trump is made of gold!" Mickey Maas shouted to a group of about 20 President Trump... [Read More]
Campbell County Sheriff's Deputy Dan Provost arrests Deputy Ed Holden during a lip-sync performance at John Paul II Catholic School in Gillette on Wednesday. [Read More]
Distractions are constantly on the horizon for senior starting quarterbacks with popularity and high expectations. But for those who have the talent to play in... [Read More]
Nicole Schatz moved around her fourth grade classroom at Hillcrest Elementary on Tuesday, handing each of her students a red apple. [Read More]
From the Oct. 6, 1927 News Record:... [Read More]
Officials from Campbell and Johnson counties say they need more help when it comes to collecting unpaid mineral production taxes. [Read More]
A year from now, Gillette College students enjoying a break on a warm fall day can ride their bikes from Dalbey Memorial Park to campus... [Read More]
Game wardens continue to search for clues as to the identify of the person who poached a mature bull elk southeast of Gillette and left... [Read More]