Today’s Headlines:

  • After asking area residents to be on the lookout for a 15-year-old runaway girl, the Rawlins Police Department is thanking the community after she returned to her home last night.
  • With money for Wyoming K-12 education tight, the funding model for major maintenance projects may change from a school’s square footage to student enrollment.
  • The City of Rawlins will begin wear coursing two of its streets this morning, as part of a test to see whether the type of road repair is a viable option for the city’s neglected streets.
  • In a continuation of a story we had earlier this week, a local public lands committee is working toward recommendations for on what to do with several sections of the county that were designated decades ago as Wilderness Study Areas. As a part of their analysis, the group has been looking at the Encampment River Canyon.
  • The upcoming Saratoga and Encampment volleyball game will mean more that just a conference win this Saturday.


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