Dirty Boyz Sanitation and City of Rawlins face off in court
Following a months-long effort by a Rawlins business owner to obtain the minutes from an executive session that may impact her business, Carbon County District Court Judge Dawnessa Snyder has ordered the City of Rawlins to release the official records of an April 17th Executive Session. An attorney for the city claimed in court Monday that the petitioner has a grudge against the municipality, while the attorney for Dirty Boyz Sanitation argued all evidence points to a violation of the Public Meetings Act by Rawlins City Council. Cali O’Hare reports.
Forest Service water and sewer project stays on schedule despite weather delays
Weather has delayed work to connect Saratoga’s municipal sewer and water to the U.S. Forest Service headquarters south of town. Despite the delay, Emma Diercks reports that the work should still wrap up in January.
Temporary changes coming to Rawlins bus schedule
With the holidays approaching, Rawlins residents who rely on the public transportation are advised of changes to the city bus schedule. Although only temporary, the changes mean the bus owned by the city will run just one day a week. Cali O’Hare has the details.
Saratoga Town Council approves new RV park ordinance
The second reading of a new Saratoga RV park ordinance passed town council this week with one dissenting vote. Councilman Steve Wilcoxson voted against the municipal code saying he thinks the governing body should wait until the new council is in office. Emma Diercks reports.
Sports: Lady Tigers set to host part of the Carbon County Classic
- Wyoming basketball beats SEC South Carolina with second half surge.
- Cowgirl freshman lead team to victory over red hot Pioneers.
- Bronco running back Phillip Lindsey wins AFC Offensive Player of the Week.