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Gillette, WY


League of Women Voters to host forum Monday on tax issue
Gillette News Record
The Campbell County League of Women Voters will host a public informational forum about the quarter-cent sales tax proposal Monday evening in Gillette. The quarter-cent tax proposal to fund Gillette College and county economic development efforts will ...

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Will Gillette pride win out?
Gillette News Record
At the conclusion of Friday's highly anticipated football matchup between the two Gillette schools, each team will partake in a tradition that is well known to former athletes, and the community. The Campbell County High School players, as they have ...

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Gillette News Record
Wayne B. Simons
Gillette News Record
He was born to Ada Belle (nee Burditt) and Sam E. Simons on Sept. 27, 1933, in Sturgis, Meade County, South Dakota. His siblings were brothers, William, Vern and Walter Simons; and sisters, Freda Wilson, Clara Beth Peterson, Gladys Edwards and Kay ...


Nielsen told detectives he never hurt boy, 3
Gillette News Record
When Gillette Police Detectives Jeremiah Wagner and Jeremy Dowdy asked Joseph Nielsen what he did to 3-year-old Caiden Fedora on Aug. 6, 2016, that gave the boy potentially life-threatening injuries, Nielsen said he'd “never lay a hand on him.”.


Gillette histories
Gillette News Record
An estimated 250 head of cattle were presented to the South Dakota Hospital and Home Association at an executive meeting of the Campbell County Citizens Committee on Wednesday. The cattle were the gift of the Watt Brothers, represented by Joe Watt of ...







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