Today’s Headlines:

  • An assembly hosted by Rawlins High School last week, intended to spotlight classroom safety, backfired on local social media boards. The event produced an explosion of posts lasting through the weekend. Some accused school administrators of using fire drill to push an anti-gun viewpoint on students. RHS Principal Darren Heslep denies the charge.
  • As Rawlins prepares to celebrate 150 years of the Union Pacific Railroad, the UPRR is gearing up to invest 85 million dollars in Wyoming.
  • Representatives from Carbon County’s municipalities who also serve on a committee for the 5th Penny Tax will meet this Wednesday to discuss the latest developments from this year’s campaign.
  • The first weekend of the 2018 spring high school season got underway with the teams easing into the new action.


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