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County attorney reviewing casino-style games in local establishments

The Carbon County Attorney’s office is reviewing an option from the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office declaring video “skill games” illegal under state gambling laws. The County Attorney’s office has been presented with an argument from American Amusement, the vendor who brought the casino-style games to four local towns. Based on the review, the county attorney will determine whether the games should be removed from area bars and other businesses. Emma Diercks reports.

 

 

Rawlins hospital board develops new management plan

The board of Trustees of Memorial Hospital held a special meeting Wednesday to come up with an alternative plan to end a standoff with the county commissioners over the future of the medical facility. In Rawlins, following a lengthy executive session, the trustees announced they have a new plan, but did not reveal any details. Cali O’Hare reports.

 

 

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Saratoga officials approve RV park ordinance

The Saratoga Town Council passed its third and final reading of the new RV park ordinance despite one councilman arguing that it puts the Saratoga Lake Campground out of compliance. Emma Diercks has the story.

 

 

Sports: Cowboy skipper Craig Bohl details the early signing class

Wyoming football Head Coach Craig Bohl took time to address this years early signing class and said the day played out right where he thought it would. Joey Saverine has the story.

More Highlights:

  • Cowgirls beat loaded South Dakota State to stay perfect in Laramie this season.
  • Broncos place cornerback Chris Harris Jr. on the injured reserve list.

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