The Wyoming Lottery Corporation has made its fifth transfer of funds to the State of Wyoming for redistribution among Wyoming’s municipalities.
Tuesday evening, the Town of Saratoga, through the direction of the Planning Commission, put a hold on a construction project on the west side of town for not having the proper paperwork filed.
In an update to yesterday’s phone scam story, Bigfoot99 has learned a legitimate advertising company is also calling Rawlins residents to sell space on magnets in cooperation with the Rawlins Family Recreation Center.
Last week, the Upper North Platte River Solid Waste Disposal District began discussions on increasing disposal rates for municipal solid waste.
About a week after the Carbon County Road and Bridge department began screening sediment dug out of the North Platte River near Highway 130 bridge in Saratoga, the town’s public works department has put some of the material to use.
The Saratoga track team is enjoying their spring break while sitting in fine shape.
In an update to our story detailing Rawlins’ retail leakage versus important dollars into the community, members of the Rawlins City Council reacted to criticism of their decision to contract with Buxton.
Carbon County District Court took on a lighter vibe Tuesday when fifth graders from Rawlins Elementary School learned how the arraignment process works in criminal cases.
Scammers have been targeting Rawlins residents over the past few days under guise of selling advertising space on City of Rawlins magnets.
Both the Rawlins boys and girls soccer team came out of the weekend with a better understanding of what needs to be done in the second half of the season to make a run at the State Tournament.
Another meth case in Rawlins, this time a mom facing her second charge of endangering her two children with controlled substances. She pleaded guilty Monday morning.
To defend their decision to fast track a contract with a Texas based retail recruitment company promising to bolster the economy here, City Officials said Rawlins looses 7.2 million dollars in retail sales to other towns each year. Bigfoot 99 has learned that figure is both incorrect and out of date.
The process of filling the Carbon County School District 1 Superintendent position is moving along nicely with an executive session scheduled for tomorrow.
No matter the year, it always seems their is a Saratoga rodeo team member at the top in a couple of events.
Tuesday night, the Rawlins City Council decided to enter a contract with a Texas-based retail recruitment company with the hope that the company can provide information that could spur economic development here.
In Saratoga, people looking for a job will have the opportunity at many local businesses when they’re all gathered at one spot on Thursday at the Saratoga Job Fair.
In another development at last night’s Rawlins City Council meeting, council members decided to petition the Wyoming Association of Municipalities to lobby the state legislature to remove a lodging tax exemption.
After finishing the last PAWS tesrt, Carbon County School Districts feel confident in their students and are waiting to see how the new assessment will be implemented.
The H.E.M track team competed for the first time this season on Saturday, and proved a small roster can be a deadly one.
Tomorrow night the Rawlins City Council will decide whether to press the Wyoming Association of Municipalities to lobby to the state legislature to remove a lodging tax exemption and to reinstate taxation on food products.
While still putting together a committee to review state math standards, the Wyoming Department of Education is now ready to receive input from the public.
In early February, the Town of Saratoga paid big bucks to have more than 400 – truckloads of sediment dug out if the North Platte River near the Highway 130 bridge.
After considering public comment, the City of Rawlins is continuing to explore pursuing a contract with Buxton, a retail recruitment and business retention company that caused some controversy at a March Rawlins City Council Meeting.
Mother Nature dampened the weekend for the high school track teams, but after a scramble, a couple schools were able to compete.
As has been the case for the past five years, Carbon County has scored low on a national health report. This year, Carbon County is ranked as the second unhealthiest county in Wyoming.
Don’t let the cool wet weather fool you, boating season isn’t that far off, and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is stepping up its program to eliminate the spread of aquatic invasive species with free classes for boaters this year. Through one of these classes you can learn everything you need to know about inspecting and cleaning your own watercraft.
To Encampment: twenty-five students brought home medals from the state FCCLA competition.
In Sports: It’s probably the biggest story in the Cowboy State today. Wyoming is down to the final game of the season.
In high school play: Today is a big day for county track teams. The Rawlins invite runs today.