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Platte Valley Clinic begins training with telemedicine machine

Training on a new telemedicine machine at the Platte Valley Clinic began Wednesday afternoon. The clinic hopes to have the equipment ready for public use in the near future. Emma Diercks has the story.

 

 

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Rawlins officials pump the breaks on parking amendment

Rawlins City Council this week tabled an amendment changing language in the downtown parking code. Discussion of the changes revealed contradictions between city codes, how people normally behave and how police selectively enforce ordinances. Cali O’Hare has the story.

A complete copy of the current parking ordinance can be found on the city’s website.

 

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Free dump days slated for June

Rawlins City Council unanimously decided on Tuesday to waive landfill fees for one week in June for residents as part of spring clean up days. Cali O’Hare has the details.

Click here to view a list of accepted materials

 

State crews to fill abandoned mines in Carbon County

Beginning in May, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality plans to fill two abandoned mines in Carbon County ahead of construction of the Gateway West Transmission Line.

The agency’s Abandoned Mines Land Division presented its plan to the Carbon County Commissioners this week. Emma Diercks reports.

 

Sports: Cowboy football dealing with injuries early in camp

The Wyoming football team experienced some ups and downs during their fourth practice of the spring, and look to moving forward this afternoon. Joey Saverine has the story.

More Highlights:
  • Wyoming basketball signs a much-needed point guard
  • Cowgirl basketball adds three including former Encampment standout Paige Powell
  • Rockies release recovery timeline for recently injured players
  • Broncos sign a handful of restricted free agents

 

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