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Posted on: May 31, 2019

Do you own an Electric or Hybrid Vehicle?

This will pertain to W. S. 39-17-301(a) (xxiii) which will increase the annual fee for plug in electric vehicles of any type (Car, Truck, Motorcycle, ATV etc). Full electric vehicles will see an increase from $50 to $200 in registration fees.

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Posted on: January 8, 2021

The Roots Beneath Your Feet: The Homestead Act of 1862

The Roots Beneath Your Feet

Campbell County, Wyoming experienced the peak of homesteaders to our region in the years 1921 & 1922. This year we look forward to celebrating these individuals and their collective efforts to make NE Wyoming their home.

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Rockpile Museum
Posted on: January 8, 2021

Homesteading Craft Bags Available January 16th

Homesteading Craft Bags

Homesteading Fun!

As we kickoff 2021 here at the Campbell County Rockpile Museum, we are taking a look at homesteading in our region and those that homesteaded here in 1921 & 1922, which was the peak of homesteading in our region.

To start the fun, the ...

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Rockpile Museum
Posted on: October 3, 2020

Rockpile Museum Publishes 360 Degree Virtual Tour

Virtual Tour

The Campbell County Rockpile Museum has published a 360 degree virtual tour highlighting many of the exhibits at the museum.  "Walk" through the exhibits and click on the points of interest to see photos and learn more about individual ...

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Posted on: April 17, 2020

The Cabinet of Curiosities


Welcome to the Cabinet of Curiosities! Join us on the Campbell County Government Facebook page every Saturday for a behind-the-scenes peak into the eclectic collection at the Rockpile Museum. The Collections Department Staff, Angela Beenken and Cara Reeve...

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Posted on: January 29, 2020

History at Your Fingertips


The Rockpile Museum currently has 34,920 total items in its collection. Museum staff, volunteers, and interns are actively digitizing and recording these items to make them accessible to a larger audience through the museum’s Online Collections ...

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