- More than ten young people from Rawlins, who have been pushing themselves extra hard recently, will head to Cheyenne later today to compete in the Wyoming Special Olympics.
- Rocky Mountain Power is looking for approval of a new right-of-way in the northern portion of Carbon County to upgrade transmission lines. In an open house, hosted last night with the Bureau of Land Management, the utility company shared their proposed plan which is currently open to the public for comments.
- Area Rembrandts and Michelangelos interested in displaying their artwork in downtown Rawlins are encouraged to submit proposals for a permanent display to the Rawlins Downtown Development Authority before May 15th.
- Wyoming Game and Fish is looking to implement strategies to manage Chronic Wasting Disease. CWD has been affecting the state’s deer for more than thirty years.
- In an update to a story previously reported by Bigfoot 99, the communities that chose to bond in 2009 to facilitate improvement projects funded by the Carbon County 2009 Specific Purpose Tax met again last week to discuss paying off the bonds in full.
- The contestants for the Wyoming Track Classic have been released, Carbon County high school student athletes will get the chance to run in 15 events against the best in the state.