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Dirty Boyz continues battle with City of Rawlins

Dirty Boyz Sanitation is not giving up its legal fight with the City of Rawlins over an executive session held last year that the company alleges was held illegally. In court papers, the trash hauler has rejected in the strongest terms a motion filed by the city to drop a lawsuit over how officials conducted public business. Bigfoot 99’s Cali O’Hare has the latest.

 

 

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Town of Saratoga gives medical clinic rent break during grace period

Saratoga officials are giving the Platte Valley Clinic about three month to get fully credentialed with insurance agencies before charging rent for the use of the town’s building. Emma Diercks reports.

 

 

State officials to address abandoned Hanna mines this week

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality plans to mitigate several abandoned mines in Hanna ahead of a pending transmission line project. The agency’s Abandon Mine Land Division is visiting the community on Tuesday to discuss upcoming projects. Emma Diercks reports.

 

 

Sports: Rawlins girls fall short at state

The 3A State Tournament has come to a close, and the Lady Outlaws found themselves playing for the consolation bracket championship Saturday morning. Joey Saverine recaps Rawlins’ post season trip to Casper, and takes a look at what Wyoming’s seniors had to say after their win over New Mexico after their final time playing in Laramie.
More Highlights:
  • Cowgirls enter Mountain West Tournament this evening
  • UW track athlete earns All-American Honor

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