Rawlins City Council vote garners criticism, confusion

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In Rawlins, representatives from local nonprofits agencies who crowded into City Hall Tuesday night with the hope that their reputations would be vindicated and their funding restored witnessed an outcome they could not anticipate. Even though most had met their contractual requirements, city officials said the nonprofits still were to blame for the confusion that led to their funding being cut. Cali O’Hare reports.


Saratoga Town Council weighs changes to valley health care

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In Saratoga, a closed door meeting Tuesday evening between Town Council and the current manager of the Sartoga Care Center has residents asking questions about the future of health care in the valley. That future could include combining the town’s medical clinic with the nursing care facility. However, the elected officials and the president of Health Management Services, Karl Rude, who pow-wowed in the executive session, say they’re not ready to disclose any plans. Emma Diercks Reports.



CCSD1 approves new budget

Carbon County School District Number One approved a general fund budget of 32.1 million dollars for the 2018 to 2019 fiscal year. Emma Diercks reports.



Sports: Panthers won’t quit

The Saratoga football team is forfeiting its season but the Panthers are not quitters. They’ll play on with no hope of a playoff bid. Joey Saverine talked to Saratoga Middle High School Activities Director Greg Bartlett to stomp out anymore hearsay.

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