Governor attends migration listening session in Rawlins
Governor Mark Gordon was in Rawlins Saturday to hear concerns of ranchers about a draft executive order regarding the designation of migration corridors before the plan is finalized as soon as this week.
Carbon and three other Wyoming counties which could be impacted by the executive order are home to some of the longest migration routes of big game animals in North America.
Facing a possible federal threat to protect the routes, the governor and the legislature are working on separate but overlapping plans to get out in front of the feds. Cali O’Hare reports.
RHS moving forward with sensory room for students
Rawlins High School is looking to install a sensory room for special education students. The room would be used for students with limited communication skills. Emma Diercks reports.
SCWEMS continues air ambulance service
For the past year, residents in the South Central Wyoming EMS district have had access to Classic Air Medical’s membership for free. The SCWEMS Joint Powers Board has expanded its contract for another year.
Meanwhile, the Wyoming Department of Health is working to address air ambulance expenses.
Sports: Post season picture developing
The county teams played a crucial weekend of quadrant play that really started to shape the post season. Joey Saverine has the recap.
- Wyoming basketball finally wins a conference match-up as they down SJSU on the road
- Cowgirl basketball puts on a show in beat-down of MW’s top scoring team