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Charges reduced for Rawlins fire chief

In an update to a story previously reported by Bigfoot 99, the special prosecutor representing the State of Wyoming against Rawlins Fire Chief, John Rutherford, has reduced the charges. On October 9th, Rutherford responded by entering a plea in Carbon County Circuit Court. Cali O’Hare has been following the story and has the latest update.



Shively Field already seeing return on new landing fees

Nine days after implementing landing fees, the Saratoga Jet Center saw a $950 profit. The town plans to use the revenue to pay for future projects at Shively Field. Emma Diercks reports.



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Urban deer won’t face cull after split vote in Rawlins

Rawlins deer have been saved by a hung jury. A proposed urban deer management plan, that included the lethal taking of some of the animals, died in City Council without a majority. With only four members present, the vote was split two-to-two, giving the deer a reprieve. Cali O’Hare reports.




Photo: Emma Diercks/Bigfoot 99.

Local group to restore WWI monument in Hanna

In Hanna, the local historical society will restore the town’s World War I monument soon. On Monday, Carbon County School District Two granted permission to the group to access the memorial, which sits on the old Hanna Elementary School property. Emma Diercks has the story.



Sports: County sports teams slated for big weekend

The schedule is light contest wise for the county high schools, but the importance is at an all-time high. Joey Saverine previews the action.
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