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Proposed fire sprinkler ordinance expected to sink at next Rawlins City Council meeting

In Rawlins, the sprinkler ordinance is underwater. City council is expected at its next meeting to reject a requirement that all new residential construction include a fire sprinkler system. Cali O’Hare has an update to this ongoing story.

 

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Wind energy companies must present proposals for renting CCSD2 land

Two industrial wind development companies are looking to lease land in Medicine Bow owned by Carbon County School District Two. Man camps to house temporary workers would go up on the property. The board of trustees is asking both companies to present plans for renting the real estate. Emma Diercks reports.

 

 

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Sinclair engineers team up with students for robotics competition

Three engineers from the Sinclair Wyoming Refining Company are working with a team of students from the Boys and Girls Club as they prepare for an upcoming Lego robotics competition. Cali O’Hare has the story.

 

 

Wyoming Department of Health seeks public input

The Wyoming Department of Health is asking residents to share thoughts, ideas and perspectives on a draft State Health Assessment produced by the agency. Emma Diercks reports.

 

 

Sports: Lady Outlaw basketball keeps winning streak alive

The Rawlins girls basketball team put together another pair of wins over the weekend, and are starting to separate themselves from the rest of 3A Southeast. Joey Saverine has the story.
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