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WYDOT testing new technology that may reduce I-80 wrecks

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has spent about three years preparing to test technology intended to reduce crashes on I-80. WYDOT is launching its connected vehicle technology on state and private vehicles this winter to see if the system works. Emma Diercks has more.

 

 

Communities share project wish lists for sixth penny tax funds

On Wednesday, representatives from each of Carbon County’s municipalities submitted the projects they want to pay for with a new sixth penny tax voters will have their say on  next spring. Cali O’Hare reports on this week’s meeting.

Saratoga’s wish list for the sixth penny tax includes about $9.9 million worth of projects. The items range from water and sewer improvements to development of recreation and maintenance facilities. Emma Diercks reports.

 

 

Students collecting donations for Thanksgiving food drive

Area residents still have time to make a donation to a student-led Thanksgiving Dinner Food Drive. Three student organizations in Rawlins are accepting donations. Cali O’Hare has the details.

 

Sports: Pokes fight for bowl eligibility in final home game

The Wyoming football team is set to play their last home game of the season against Air Force on Saturday. Joey Saverine has the story.

More Highlights:
  • Wyoming basketball will host Niagara University this evening.
  • Broncos looking to get back on right track Sunday versus Chargers.

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