In Rawlins this week, the head of the state’s Prevention Management Organization- a health department that deals with drug and alcohol abuse, as well as suicide – related issues – tried to explain why cuts made by the legislature that were meant to eliminate administrative positions actually resulted in pink slips for PMO field staff around Wyoming, including Carbon County.
A Saratoga teacher is hoping to implement a community program that would provide books to children from birth to age five every month.
In Rawlins: City officials are pleased with the results of the community cleanup held in early June.
The Saratoga boys basketball team is on track to close out an off-season in fine form after a successful month of June.
Tuesday evening the Saratoga Town Council approved an operating budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
Fundraisers come in different shapes and sizes, and some are more creative than others.
After discussions were rekindled a few weeks ago, the Saratoga Town Council is developing more plans to establish a memorial a local soldier Sergeant Tyler Pickett.
Keeping with tradition, the City of Rawlins has yet again declared Thursdays as “No Cooking Thursdays,” encouraging residents and visitors alike to enjoy meals prepared by vendors and free concerts as part of the summer Music in the Park series.
The Little Snake River student athletes are on a non-stop pace as they take pride in the amount of work put in over the summer.
In adopting a budget on third and final reading last night for the upcoming fiscal year, Rawlins City Council reached a compromise agreement that funds each of the 14 agencies that requested money, including the chamber of commerce.
Now that the Brush Creek Hayden Ranger District office and compound have been incorporated into the Town of Saratoga, forest service officials are making plans to connect to the municipal water and sewer system.
While some high schools are winding down their basketball training programs, H.E.M is all in on their all sport training program. Bigfoot99 looks deeper into how the Miners train.
Comments made by Rawlins Mayor Robert Grauberger during last week’s city council meeting that the purported sale of the Historic Downtown Depot was just a bad joke are not true, according to well-placed sources with in the city.
Summer fun turned to tragedy over the weekend at the south end of the Platte Valley when two people died in a pair of unrelated incidents.
A man involved with meth king pin Bobbie Steinfeldt was sentenced to seven to ten years in prison yesterday of kidnapping and assaulting another individual in the Rawlins crime circle.
While Rawlins was up in arms last night at the Wyoming Top 100 shooting workshop, the Silver Spur Ranch of Encampment is playing their part in the sport as well.