The Encampment River Fire was not very active Tuesday, according to the county fire warden.
Monday’s eclipse appears to have provided a nice bump for area retailers.
Life goes on after the eclipse. How to pay for Wyoming schools will be the issue hounding state officials all the way to next year’s legislative session.
In a follow up to a story reported by Bigfoot 99, one of the founding members of Pronghorn Pride said the interpretive center will not be built. However, funds raised by the organization may go to a local project that fulfills the at least part of the nonprofit’s charter.
The Rawlins girls swim team is moving right along with a jam packed pre-season.
The A-C-T scores from four of Carbon County’s five high schools are higher than average for the state, according to the 2017 data released by the Wyoming Department of Education.
Although budgeting funding for repairs on streets within the City of Rawlins is still a work in progress, residents will soon see repairs made to the city’s popular walking path thanks to a large donation from the Sinclair Refinery.
The Carbon County Impact Joint Powers Board has recommended that the Town of Saratoga pay for the repair of leaking pipes after a water meter project undertaken several years ago.
Anyone who ordered special eclipse viewing glasses from Amazon should check their inbox for a special safety notice from the e-commerce giant.
In Saratoga, with a bid accepted, preliminary work on the Airport runway rehabilitation project at Shively Field is anticipated to start soon to shorten the timeline of work needed next spring.
The H.E.M football team is looking sharp after coming off of a great off season training program.
In an update to a story Bigfoot 99 first broke last week, we’ve learned more about where the money went that was collected for Pronghorn Pride.
After hosting an open house Thursday evening, the U.S Forest Service is looking for public comments on a large scale project intended to address beetle-killed timber across the landscapes of the Snowy Range and Sierra Madres.
Carbon County’s Local Emergency Planning Committee met Thursday to finalize last minute details on an action plan for the upcoming solar eclipse on August 21st.
The Wyoming football team enters the weekend healthy and will continue the process of becoming the team that they want to be.