Officials visiting the Tin Can Hill site earlier this year. Photo: Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

Tin Can Hill blues continues

In Rawlins, the fate of Tin Can Hill remains in doubt with both county and city officials operating without a clear understanding of how or when the area will be developed.

County commissioners have concerns about the land reverting back to county ownership because the city has failed to develop the land. Meanwhile, the city officials have not produced an estimate of what it will cost to maintain the fishing and drainage ponds if they ever are built. Cali O’Hare reports.



Photo: Bigfoot 99.

HMS, MHCC present healthcare plans to Saratoga officials

The future of healthcare in the Platte Valley took center stage at the Saratoga Town Council meeting this week.

Both Health Management Services and Memorial Hospital of Carbon County shared their plans to provide medical services to residents. Emma Diercks was at the meeting and filed this report.



Photo: Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

Pedestrian tunnel closing Monday

In Rawlins, the public works department is keeping busy as summer winds down. The latest project, which will begin Monday, will force an extended closure of the pedestrian tunnel underneath the U.P. tracks near the post office.

Severely damaged concrete and neglect has created what officials are calling a “safety hazard.” Cali O’Hare reports.



Sports: Rattler football team hasn’t allowed anyone to score this season

The Little Snake River football team is perfect so far on the season and look to keep that trend alive as they’ll make the long trip north to Meeteetse this weekend. Joey Saverine has the story.


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