County school district will need $306K for computer science courses
According to a just completed study by the Wyoming Department of Education, implementing computer science in all school districts across the state will cost about $12.2 million. Carbon County’s school district will need about $306,000 collectively. Emma Diercks reports.
Landfill fees waived for Carbon Building remodel project
In the spirit of cooperation, the Rawlins City Council recently voted to waive thousands of dollars in anticipated landfill fees for the Board of Carbon County Commissioners. The county is expected to incur more than $14,000 in landfill fees as part of remodeling and other upgrades to the Carbon Building. Cali O’Hare reports.
County Public Health office announces next year’s emergency assistance funds available
The Carbon County Public Health office has funds available for its 2019 Emergency Assistance Program. Changes implemented this year mean more funding for the county. Emma Diercks reports.
Former Rawlins resident makes record-breaking contribution to children’s hospital
A former Rawlins woman has made a record-breaking donation to Children’s Hospital Colorado through a foundation honoring her late daughter Olivia Caldwell. Caldwell was just 20 months old when she succumbed to pediatric cancer in 2013. Cali O’Hare has the story.
Sports: Outlaw basketball enters season ranked second in 3A
- Wyoming football Head Coach Craig Bohl campaigns for a Bowl Bid.
- Wyoming basketball comeback not enough in Indiana.
- Cowgirl volleyball team set to host first round of National Invitational.
- Broncos detail why run game has been successful behind an undrafted free agent.