Monday, Oct. 8, 2012

Today’s Headlines:

  • Flags at half mast after State Treasurer Joe Meyer dies
  • Ribbon cutting at dog park
  • Michigan police say tip about missing boys in Sinclair leads nowhere
  • Don Day’s forecast delays historic space jump until Tuesday

Friday, Oct. 5, 2012

Today’s Headlines:

  • Fire season coming to an end with cooler temps and snow
  • Snow for Rawlins’ homecoming game?
  • Carbon County’s Unemployment down, unchanged statewide
  • Town of Elk Mountain preparing to-do list
  • Wyoming authors at United Way fundraiser Saturday night

Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012

Today’s Headlines:

  • Obama and Romney spar in first presidential debate
  • Sinclair police chief says no evidence missing boys were in area
  • WHP: Rawlins police car crashes with 18-wheeler on interstate
  • Elk hunters warned about sick elk
  • Union Telephone to expand wireless internet service
  • Passing key to Wyoming success at Nevada

Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012

Today’s Headlines:

  • County commission approves wind farm: Full coverage
  • Flu clinic for veterans on Thursday in Rawlins

Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012

Today’s Headlines:

  • Wind power company faces important permitting step today, more ahead
  •  Michigan police confirm active case into missing boys thought to be in Sinclair
  • UW Board of Trustees seeking Buchanan’s replacement

 

Monday, Oct.1, 2012

Today’s Headlines:

  • Governor confident as Wyoming’s first state managed wolf hunting season begins
  • County commissioners face big decision Tuesday with wind power hearing
  • Final farmer’s market of the season in Saratoga tody
  • Missing Michigan brothers thought to be in Sinclair area
  • High school football roundup

Friday, Sept. 28, 2012

Today’s Headlines:

  • Mother Nature has good timing with cool down
  • Voices of The Valley expresses concerns about energy development
  • PVCC fundraiser pulls in big bucks
  • Horse thieves swiping tails
  • High School Football roundup

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Today’s Headlines:

  • USGS reports gasses found in new tests of Pavillion water
  • BLM to drop fire restrictions in Carbon and adjacent counties
  • Goldie’s big Wyoming adventure reaches happy conclusion
  • Eyes on the road–new WYDOT webcams will help travelers
  • Unique partnership between school district and business produces winners

Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012

Today’s Headlines:

  • Applicants turn out in Rawlins for Saratoga saw mill jobs
  • Carbon County to drop fire restrictions
  • Wyoming leaders fight back against raid on state’s AML funding
  • Saratoga High School Golfers exceed all expectations in first year

Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012

Today’s Headlines:

  • Voices of the Valley to return with focus on impacts from energy development
  • New “Essential Air Service” from Laramie to Denver
  • State lawmakers consider fuel hike increase to pay for highways
  • UW Quarterback Brett Smith honored for performance in Idaho game