Platte Valley medical clinic’s fate may be reveled tonight

The future of the Platte Valley medical clinic is not a topic listed on the agenda for tonight’s Saratoga Town Council meeting, but it may still be discussed. The town owns the clinic. Two weeks ago, officials said they would use tonight’s meeting to announce what will happen in January after the current doctor’s lease on the medical facility expires. At the same time, the management team at the nearby senior assisted living center, which has faced financial difficulties for several years, is looking to forge a new business model. That new plan could include partnering with the town to combine resources at the clinic. Until now though, all talks surrounding any possible merger or changes at the clinic have occurred behind closed doors. Emma Diercks has more.



Rawlins nonprofits aim to introduce residents to services

In an effort to help Rawlins residents better understand what resources are available to them, a handful of area nonprofits have organized the first annual Passport to Community Awareness walk. Cali O’Hare has more.



New report: Carbon County kids’ health is average

According to a new report from the Wyoming Community Foundation, Carbon County’s children are fairly healthy. They fall in line with the averages around the Cowboy State. Emma Diercks takes a look at what the numbers say.



Photo: Bigfoot 99/Cali O’Hare.

Energy Day celebration brings education and fun to community

As part of the 150th Anniversary of the Rawlins Territory, residents took part in Energy Day, a celebration of the energy industry and its impact on the community. Cali O’Hare was there and filed this report.


Sports: Lady Tigers eye another state title

The 2018 high school fall season is just one week from starting. Joey Saverine caught up with Robin Brown, the Encampment volleyball coach, and filed this report.


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