CCSD2 property up for grabs, but perhaps not for long
In Medicine Bow, a company that proposed using Carbon County School District Two property in the town to house energy workers in a man camp is no longer interested in the land.
Another company, however, would like to store the property to house wind turbine construction equipment slated for a project in the Shirley Basin. Emma Diercks has the story.
Rawlins City Council leads the charge in applying for impact assistance funds
In addition to benefits, all of the upcoming energy development in the county will have a potential downside, as well. Rawlins City Council authorized a memorandum of understanding with seven other communities in order to apply for impact assistance funds. Cali O’Hare reports.
SCWEMS seeking volunteers
SCWEMS, the area’s emergency response organization, is looking for creative ways to attract more volunteers to drive ambulances and become EMTs. Emma Diercks has the details.
Rawlins officials urge area bee keepers to register, obtain permits
As beekeeping grows in popularity across the country, even certain stores in Rawlins are accepting orders for live bees right now. While keeping bees inside city limits is legal in the city, residents should be aware of the requirements set forth by both state statute and municipal code. Cali O’Hare takes a look.
Public meeting addressing mule deer migration slated for next week
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will host a public meeting in Saratoga next week to discuss mule deer migration corridors in the Platte Valley. Emma Diercks has more.
Sports: Outlaw basketball battles for top seeding
- Wyoming basketball teams shoot for season sweep over Colorado State.
- Wyoming wrestling has eight ranked in the top 25.
- Pokes in the Pros: Josh Adams to represent USA in FIBA World Cup