Report: Rawlins High School ACT scores improve

While Carbon County School Districts One and Two saw an average decrease in ACT scores for the 2017 to 2018 school year, Rawlins High School saw scores increase. Emma Diercks breaks down the results.



Residents demand better upkeep of Rawlins’ not-so-greenway

Photo: Bigfoot 99/Cali O’Hare.

The future of the greenbelt on the West end of Rawlins is uncertain, but area residents and business owners are demanding something be done to improve the appearance. Despite its contract obligations with WYDOT, the City of Rawlins has failed to properly maintain the once-grassy islands that line the West entryway into the community. Cali O’Hare reports.



Wind energy company bids on school district property

Carbon County School District Two is weighing its options on whether to sell or lease property adjacent to the Medicine Bow High School. Viridis Eolia, a wind energy company, offered to purchase the 19 acres of land to store wind turbines. While a possible sale is still on the table for future consideration, the district will lease the land for now. Emma Diercks has more.




Photo: Bigfoot 99/Cali O’Hare.

Rawlins officials weigh recreational vehicle parking rules

During Tuesday’s work session, Rawlins City Council revisited the issue of where, when and for how long recreational vehicles and trailers should be parked on public streets, a matter that has polarized this and previous councils. Cali O’Hare has the latest update.



Sports: High school fall season kicks off this weekend

Summer has officially come to a close for the Carbon County high schools as week number one of the 2018 fall season kicks off today. Joey Saverine takes a look at jam packed weekend.

  • The Pokes are set to kick-off the 2018 season on the Road In Las Cruses, New Mexico as they will do battle against the Aggies.
  • Cowboy Wrestling extends Head Coach Mark Branch’s contract through 2023.
  • Cowgirl Volleyball set to host Rumble in the Rockies.
  • Former Cowboy, Josh Allen comment on making his first NFL start.
  • Denver Broncos hit the road for the first time.
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