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CCSD1 rejects soccer field proposal

The Carbon County School District One Board of Trustees yesterday shot down a proposal of using more than $750,000 to create a soccer field at Rawlins High School.

The board will instead explore other options on how to use the money. Emma Diercks was at the special meeting and filed this report.

 

 

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Pre-engineering courses thriving

A pre-engineering program for high school seniors that Carbon County School District One trustees were slow fund at first are now booming three years later.

The courses are taught through Carbon County Higher Education Center, and they’ve enabled to students to work on projects for the community. Emma Diercks has the story.

 

 

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Rawlins updates fee schedule for boundary line adjustments

Rawlins City Council updated portions of the municipality’s fee schedule related to residential infill and boundary lines.

Officials from the Department of Public Works say the changes are necessary because of recently approved revisions to the city’s subdivision ordinance. Cali O’Hare has the details.

 

 

Free fishing day Saturday

Whether you want to try fishing for the first time or you’re already a pro searching for a trophy, new programs are available you.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is celebrating free fishing day across the Cowboy State this weekend. The agency is is also launching a new master angler program. Emma Diercks has the details.

 

 

Sports: Outlaws headed to camp this weekend

Like the Rawlins girls basketball team, the boys will attend camps across the region during the month of June and into July. Joey Saverine has the story.

 

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