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Trial begins in medical malpractice case

A Saratoga woman who claims she was “crippled for life” following a 2013 surgical procedure performed at Memorial Hospital in Rawlins appeared in County District Court yesterday. The outpatient clinic doctor who operated on her has dropped out of sight, leaving the hospital on the hook in the case. Cali O’Hare was inside the courtroom for the start of the jury trial Monday and filed this report.

 

 

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Fate of Elk Mountain and Medicine Bow schools will be decided at special meeting

Carbon County School District Two will hold a special meeting on March 14th to make a decision on whether or not to close the elementary schools in Elk Mountain and Medicine Bow. School board members say they haven’t yet made a decision and are currently weighing both options. Emma Diercks has the story.

 

 

Rawlins officials working on proposed subdivision ordinance changes tonight

The Rawlins City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission will meet in a work session scheduled for tonight to discuss proposed changes to the subdivision ordinance. Cali O’Hare has the details.

 

 

Hanna man sentenced to additional 105 years

A Hanna man, currently serving time in prison, has been sentenced to another 105 years for charges of sexual abuse of two minors. Emma Diercks has the story.

 

 

Sports: Lady Outlaws bring home silver from Wheatland

The Rawlins girls basketball team placed second at the 3A East Regional Tournament. Joey Saverine caught up with Head Coach Katie Cline and filed this report.

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