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Rawlins officials to continue talks on trash hauling

The Rawlins City Council is set for another round of discussions on the trash hauling ordinance at the center of an ongoing controversy involving the municipality and its two trash haulers.

Bigfoot 99’s Cali O’Hare caught up to Mayor Steve Nicholson and has a preview tomorrow night’s meeting.

 

 

Abandoned mine work underway in Carbon County

South of Rawlins, work is underway to mitigate subsidence from the abandoned Nebraska Mine, which produced iron from the late 1800s to the 1950s. After completing job, the crew will move to the Hanna Number One Mine.

The work to fill the void below the surface south of Hanna is in preparation of building the Gateway West Transmission Line. Emma Diercks has more.

 

 

Rawlins water improvement projects moving forward

The City of Rawlins is moving forward on a major water improvement project. As previously reported, the municipality bid out the project in May, but delayed the bid opening until after hearing back on a federal grant.

With additional grant funding now secured, the city council is expected to award the nearly $2 million project during tomorrow night’s meeting. Cali O’Hare reports.

 

 

CCSD1 security camera project nears completion

New security cameras are being installed on campuses at Carbon County District One schools. Bigfoot 99’s Emma Diercks reports that the work is almost done.

 

 

Sports: Rawlins trackster earns third Wyoming Gatorade top honor

While one Carbon County standout athlete showcased his skill on the hardwood over the weekend, another added another award to her growing trophy case. Joey Saverine has the story.

 

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