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Saratoga hires new accounting firm

The Saratoga Town Council will terminate its relationship with the Denver-based accounting firm it now uses to audit the municipality’s books.

Council, not satisfied with answers to questions it has about the financials, will hire a Cheyenne firm to review the books. Emma Diercks reports.

 

 

Photo: Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

Rawlins parks department gets upgrades

Rawlins City Council is purchasing $44,000 worth of new equipment to better maintain green spaces in the city, including parks, the municipal golf course and the cemetery. Cali O’Hare has the details.

 

 

Mosquito fogging begins in Saratoga

Saratoga’s annual battle against mosquitoes is underway. Town crews started fogging for the biting bloodsuckers last night.

Operations will take place throughout the summer on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Emma Diercks reports.

 

 

Project Lifesaver receiver. Photo: Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

Sheriff’s office uses technology to save lives

The Carbon County Sheriff’s Office reminds area residents of a free program that offers peace of mind and security caregivers and those in their charge.

Project Lifesaver uses state-of-the-art search and rescue technology to locate individuals who may have wandered off. Cali O’Hare with the story.

Click here for more information about Project Lifesaver

 

Sports: Panthers host football camp for all students

Last week Saratoga football coach Logan Wright put on a camp for all skill levels – from kids wanting to try the sport for the first time, all the way up to incoming senior varsity players. Joey Saverine caught up the Panther’s skipper and filed this report.

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