Saratoga man facing felony charges

A Saratoga man is facing a felony charge of interference after allegedly failing to comply with police who were arresting him for driving while under the influence. Emma Diercks has the story.

 

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Fees lowered to boost adoption

In Rawlins, the local animal shelter is overflowing. In response, City Council last week voted unanimously to reduce the adoption fees for all cats and kittens. The low cost adoption fees are being made available for a limited time, though. Cali O’Hare has the details.

 

Barrasso touts Supreme Court nominee

In Washington, Senator John Barrasso dialed up his praise for Brett Kavanaugh, the U.S. Supreme Court nominee. In a release following the announcement Monday, Barrasso offered only a guarded endorsement, saying he wanted to learn more about President Trump’s choice to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy. Yesterday, speaking on the floor of the senate, Barrasso was enthusiastic about the pick.

Wyoming’s junior senator used most of his ten-minute floor speech to underscore Kavanaugh’s documented belief that courts do not have the authority or the responsibility to legislate. This conservative judicial philosophy, Barrasso warned, will make for a tough confirmation fight.

Despite the partisan fight already taking shape in the Senate, Barrasso said he expects the nomination to go to a floor vote by the time the Supreme Court convenes in October.

 

Buffer zone brings controversy

In Saratoga, how big of a buffer zone should be drawn around town limits? Or should one be drawn at all? The Planning Commission is trying to figure all that out and is taking public comments on the issue. If a buffer zone is created, the extraterritorial jurisdiction would allow the municipality to enforce its building code up to a half mile outside of town limits. Not everyone thinks the town should have that power. Emma Diercks has the story.

 

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BLM prepares for wild horse roundup near Rawlins

The Bureau of Land Management is preparing to remove more than 2,000 adult horses from the Red Desert Wild Horse Complex outside of Rawlins. Cali O’Hare has more.

 

 

Sports: Saratoga cowboy heads to HSNFR

Saratoga cowboy Kasen York is just a day away from heading to the big stage in Rock Springs. Joey Savarine caught up with York and filed this report:

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