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Former Gillette resident returns to challenge Cheney

GILLETTE — A Campbell County High School graduate and U.S. Army veteran is running for Wyoming’s lone U.S. House of Representatives seat in 2022. Denton Knapp, a 1983 CCHS grad who served for 30 years in the U.S. Army, has announced that he...

Lawmakers review tax structure again

CHEYENNE — With Wyoming facing an annual funding shortfall worth roughly $300 million for its K-12 education system, lawmakers on the Joint Revenue Committee spent much of their meeting Monday reviewing how the state pays for its services, as...

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Business flourishes downtown

The scent of coffee hangs heavy in the air as barista Lauren Lee fills an order for an iced latte at Coal Train Coffee Wednesday morning. Light coming in from a window facing Castle Rock illuminates...

Two flights offered at regional airport

ROCK SPRINGS (Wyoming News Exchange) — The Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport will once again be offering two daily flights to Denver. After being temporarily paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SkyWest Airlines will be restoring twice daily...

Lifelong learning: A matter of perspective

A while ago, my seven-year-old and I were watching ‘Elmo in Grouchland’. In the Elmo movie, Huxley, the villain, steals Elmo’s blanket. When Elmo asks for his blanket back, Huxley says, “If I touch it, I own it” then he touches a variety...

Track team competes in final regular season meets

On the final week of the season for the Wolves, the junior varsity meet featured an opportunity for the underclassman to compete prior to Regionals. One exception for the Boys was senior distance runner Greg Sherwin, who ran away from the...

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