Saratoga airport board dissolves, then reforms

Last Tuesday the Saratoga Town Council dissolved the airport board. They then passed the first reading of an ordinance to reform it as an advisory board to the governing body. The debate is now whether dissolving the board was best for the future of the airport. Emma Diercks reports.



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Rawlins City Council reviewing downtown parking woes

In Rawlins, what started as a conversation about striping downtown parking spaces has morphed into an enforcement issue – or the lack of enforcement. A size restriction on vehicles in city code puts nearly every SUV and a lot of pickup trucks out of compliance. The police chief has said he can’t do anything about it. That has new members of city council asking why not rewrite the ordinance? Cali O’Hare has the story.

Click here to read the ordinance draft

Click here to view a diagram of the proposed parking plan


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Potholes will wait for repair until warmer weather arrives

Warm days and cold nights have caused an upheaval in Rawlins city streets. Potholes are blossoming in the spring weather. In some parts of town, orange cones have been set up to alert drivers to their presence. When will the potholes be fixed? Cali O’Hare reports.

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Strong showing from county teams this weekend

The high school teams of Carbon County that were able to get out and compete over the weekend can call it an overall success. Joey Saverine recaps what took place.

More Highlights:

  • Cowgirls survive and advance to the round of 16 in the WNIT with win over South Alabama.
  • Wyoming basketball player Justin James is getting national recognition.
  • Cowboy football team set to open up Spring Camp Tuesday.



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