Baggs man hired as State broadband manager
The Wyoming Business Council has hired a man from Baggs to be the state’s new broadband manager. Ryan Kudera, who helped bring broadband to the Little Snake River Valley, was selected for the job. Emma Diercks has more.
Trash haulers continue work while waiting on license renewal
Rawlins City Council will decide tonight whether to renew the operating licenses of the two privately-owned garbage collection companies in the city.
Dirty Boyz Sanitation and Wyoming Waste both applied to have their contracts to haul solid waste renewed. City Hall’s approval will come late as the contracts ran out on December 31st.
Neither company, however, has stopped picking up the trash. Cali O’Hare takes a look at the issue.
Rawlins residents sound off on wintry road conditions
With icy and snow covered streets in Rawlins proving to be a challenge to drivers this winter, citizens who are not pleased with the situation have taken to taken to social media to complain and point out where conditions are the worst. Cali O’Hare has more.
Students and their parents will have an opportunity this month to meet with the new president of Western Wyoming Community College to share thoughts about courses available to high schoolers. Emma Diercks has the details.
Sports: Lady Outlaws primed for home tourney this weekend
The Rawlins girls basketball team is set for the new year, and is excited to play their first set of games on their home court. Joey Saverine has the story.
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