Friday, November 3, 2017

Today’s Headlines:

  • The Carbon County Sheriff’s Office has concluded its investigation into the massive pile of household garbage dumped just outside of Rawlins.
  • Carbon County Search and Rescue team will have a new air-born tool after volunteers receive certification this weekend with Classic Air Medical’s helicopter rescue service.
  • Wyoming’s Consensus Revenue Estimating Group released it’s fall report on October 24th, causing some lawmakers to look to Wyoming’s future with cautious optimism.
  • Governor Matt Mead’s communication director, David Bush, told Bigfoot 99 this week that the governor will not hold a news conference to discuss the revenue report. This will be the first year since being elected that the Governor will not hold a news conference to discuss the October CREG.
  • The Wyoming Department of Corrections is looking for a budget increase from state lawmakers to implement a Phase Two of a salary program for correctional officers.
  • A collision between a stuck tractor trailer and a Union Pacific locomotive on Tuesday resulted in no injuries, according to Union Pacific officials.
  • A look at day number one of the state volleyball tournament and previews of Saturday’s Border War.