Interim city manager takes lid off Tin Can Hill communication
In Rawlins, after being starved for information about the ongoing status of Tin Can Hill by the former city manager, city council was treated to a generous update this week.
The new flow of communication is one of several reported changes now that Scott Hannum is no longer presiding over day-to-day operations of the city. Cali O’Hare reports.
Saratoga residents support hot pools cameras
The Saratoga Town Council plans to move forward with installing new security cameras at the Hobo Hot Pools after receiving feedback from residents who believe the safety improvements are needed.
The governing body directed the police chief to provide quotes for the February 18th meeting. Emma Diercks reports.
Rawlins crews commended for snow removal efforts
Another winter storm is on the horizon. In Rawlins, snow removal efforts appear to be improving in efficiency, and citizens and city officials alike are taking notice. Cali O’Hare has more.
Saratoga seeks public comment on community readiness grant
In Saratoga, the public has an opportunity next Wednesday to provide comment on a grant to extend water and sewer lines south of the Saratoga Town limits to provide utility infrastructure to a proposed critical access hospital.
The water and sewer board would sponsor the grant on behalf of the Platte Valley Healthcare Committee. Emma Diercks reports.
Sports: Four Carbon County football players commit on National Signing Day
National Signing Day was yesterday for colleges across the U.S. and a few student athletes from Carbon County will be moving on to further their athletic and academic careers. Joey Saverine has the latest recruitment report.
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