In Rawlins, residents who plan their spring cleaning around the city’s “free dump days” might have to make some adjustments this year.
In Saratoga, The Planning Commission is completing work on a memorandum of understanding with the county to address which properties just outside town limits must follow its zoning and building regulations.
Sinkholes near old, unused mines could become a problem in Hanna.
Wyoming Game and Fish has been busy for the past week, holding public meetings to discuss proposals for 2017 hunt seasons and take public comment.
In Washington, ready or not, House Republicans will put their Obamacare replacement bill to acid test today with a floor vote.
Week number two for high school teams of the county will be somewhat similar to last week’s opening slate.
The new principal for Saratoga Elementary School is a familiar face in education in Carbon County. Through an unanimous vote, the Carbon County School District Two board selected Darrin Jennings to lead the campus.
Solar eclipse watchers are coming to Wyoming this summer, and Rawlins wants in on the fun.
Two men busted in Medicine Bow on meth charges in November changed their not guilty pleas in District Court Monday.
Public meetings hosted by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to take input on hunting season isn’t anything new.
Game and Fish also detailed seasons for pronghorn and deer in the Baggs areas, as well.
The Little Snake River track team went south of the border to Rifle, Colorado for their first meet of the season.
The Cowboys advance to the final four of the CBI with a 72 to 61 win over UMKC.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction said the repeal of federal regulations for education accountability shouldn’t impact school performance in Wyoming because of a local system that has be in place for several years.
The Rawlins Rehabilitation Center has earned itself a federal five star rating.
The sponsor of a vetoed bill that would have lifted the ban on concealed weapons at government meetings says county and municipal officials should not be allowed to infringe on Wyoming’s self right to self-defense.
Safe 2 Tell Wyoming is hosting a presentation in Saratoga on Thursday to share information about an app where students can inform law enforcement about illegal activity.
The high school spring season began over the weekend. Bigfoot 99 has the recap.
In Rawlins, RV parking in residential areas and how the police department enforces the associated ordinance continues to be a hot-button issue.
Three Saratoga applicants for the Saratoga Elementary principal position were interviewed throughout the week.
Rawlins residents can expect to see major changes along the Higley Boulevard corridor over the next couple of months.
Last week, the Saratoga Airport began discussing ways to remove deer that hang out by the runway at Shively Field.
Every year, hundreds of animals are killed by poachers in the state, according to the Wyoming Game and Fish which utilizes a “Stop Poaching” program to investigate tip into the less-than-ethical hunters. Thanks to this program, Game and Fish has closed another poaching case in Wyoming.
While many coaches throughout the county are reflecting on their basketball seasons, the H.E.M staff is transitioning into Track and Field.
Officials with a Jackson Hole company wanting to build a wind power plant near Elk Mountain in a core sage grouse area say they don’t want t p comment publicly about the project, but they are attracting attention of state and local officials.
Local residents could have their say in the state’s math standards by applying to be part of a review committee through the Wyoming Department of Education.
Rawlins residents who are worried about what they’ll do with household garbage and other solid waste after phase two of the landfill is completed can put those fears to rest.
The Saratoga Panthers basketball team concluded their season on a positive note, and are already looking to the future.