Photo: Emma Diercks/Bigfoot 99.

MHCC eyes town-owned property for clinic

Memorial Hospital of Carbon County is moving forward with plans to develop a clinic in Saratoga. The interim CEO told the town council that the hospital board is interested in specific town-owned property.

Mayor John Zeiger said town officials are still waiting for the appraisal report, however, some question whether the governing body – the mayor and the council – moved forward appropriately with the appraisal of the proposed property. Emma Diercks reports.

 

 

Photo courtesy of Wyoming Highway Patrol.

WHP releases Wamsutter crash report

No citations will be issued to the driver of the vehicle that crashed into four volunteer firefighters from Wamsutter and their rescue truck in October.

The Wyoming Highway Patrol released the findings of its investigation into the incident earlier this week. Bigfoot 99’s Cali O’Hare has the latest update in this story.

Click here to view the complete report

 

BLM seeks public input on pipeline project

A government sponsored initiative is underway seeks to designate 2,000 miles of oil pipeline corridor across both private and public lands in Wyoming.

Three of the routes will meet in Rawlins and branch off to other locations in the state. The Bureau of Land Management is taking public comments on the project. Emma Diercks has the story.

 

 

Sports: County athletes rake in postseason accolades

It was an outstanding season for the cross country and volleyball teams from around the county as they earned more than thirty five postseason accolades. Joey Saverine has more.

 

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