The GE Pristina digital mammography machine at Memorial Hospital of Carbon County. Photo by Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

MHCC gets women’s healthcare grant

Memorial Hospital in Rawlins has secured an $8,000 grant to help uninsured or under-insured women offset the costs of certain screenings and diagnostic mammograms.

It’s not the first time the hospital has received the funding. Cali O’Hare has the details.

 

 

USFS, Saratoga finalize water agreement

In Saratoga, the agreement to deliver water to the Forest Service compound south of town is a done deal.

The Carbon County Impact Joint Powers Board has finalized an agreement with the Brush Creek Hayden Ranger District for utility service. The approval did not pass without discussion about some of the wording. Emma Diercks has the story.

 

 

Photo courtesy of Joe Torrillo.

9/11 survivor to speak in Rawlins

The Rawlins Fire Department has arranged for a very special guest speaker. A New York City Firefighter who survived the terrorist attacks on the twin towers at the World Trade Center on September 11 will share his story of survival.

Cali O’Hare met with organizers to talk about what the public can expect.

 

 

Photo by Bigfoot 99.

Shue takes over as Encampment police chief

There’s a new police chief in Encampment – Kevin Shue. Emma Diercks reports about what has happened during his first few days on the job.

 

 

Sports: Weekend play yields mixed results

It was an up and down one for the high schools of Carbon County as some were able to come away with victories while others found themselves on the wrong side of the final outcome. Joey Saverine has the recap.

 

More Highlights:

  • Cowboy basketball gives up 19 point lead to CSU
  • Cowgirl basketball takes down CSU on the road behind defensive effort

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