- The two school districts in Carbon County can start planning for their 2018 to 2019 school year budgets now that they have a better idea of how much money they will receive from the State.
- In Rawlins, city council last week approved the installation of security cameras at the water treatment plant.
- The final environmental impact statement and draft record of decision for the US Forest Service’s North Savery Project has been released. Implementation is pending a 30 day administrative review period.
- Twelve Special Olympic Athletes from Carbon County are hoping to compete in the upcoming area games in April and the state games in May. First, they need to purchase their equipment and uniforms. Area residents can help these athletes reach their goals by raising money through the Jackalope Jump in Rawlins, scheduled for early April.
- The track teams of the county proved they could hang with 4A competition, and the Rawlins soccer teams both got their first wins of the season.