Accountant recommends Saratoga seek fraud examiner
The Town of Saratoga’s third party accountant recommends the governing body engage a certified fraud examiner.
The accountant doesn’t suspect any fraudulent activity, but says the town would benefit from an individual reviewing and revising financial policies. Emma Diercks has the story.
City of Rawlins changes up banks
As part of its regular, end-of-year business, the Rawlins City Council last week designated two local banks as public depositories for 2020. The governing body also discussed plans to pull the funds from a third institution. Cali O’Hare reports.
Digital drivers licenses may be coming to Wyoming
In Cheyenne, the Legislature’s Joint Transportations Interim Committee is sponsoring House Bill 5. The draft legislation would permit digital driver’s licenses for Wyoming residents.
WYDOT has been developing the digital IDs for the past three years. Emma Diercks has the story.
Students turn court into classroom
The case before the Second Judicial District Court last Friday was unusual — and educational. Witnesses testified in the case of the purloined peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Fifth graders from Rawlins Elementary School participated in a mock trial overseen by a real-life judge.
With the usual restrictions of recording devices inside the halls of justice waived, Cali O’Hare takes us “court” side.
Sports: Pokes land in Arizona
The UW football team has arrived in Tucson ahead of the Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl. Joey Saverine has the latest on the Cowboys.
- Pokes in the Pros: Former Cowboys standout
- Broncos continue to be impressed with Lock and how he’s handled different situations