Photo by Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

Eagles Club shuts doors

After 23 years of operation within the City of Rawlins, the Fraternal Order of the Eagles Club has closed its doors for good.

During City Council and County Commissioner meetings held last Tuesday, the governing bodies approved a landfill fee waiver for the outgoing nonprofit and a special use permit for an incoming business.

Cali O’Hare was at both meetings and filed this report.

 

 

Photo courtesy of Hanna Wyoming Community/Facebook.

Officials consider alternatives as Hanna transfer station too expensive

After receiving high bids for the construction of a transfer station at the Hanna landfill, the High Country Joint Powers Board is putting together new plans for the future of town’s trash service.

The board recommends the town gather trash in dumpsters that would be transferred directly to Laramie.

Emma Diercks has the story.

 

 

Saratoga rec department seeking activity ideas from residents

The Saratoga Recreation Commission will hold a brainstorming session to develop new ideas for activities for Platte Valley residents.

The public is invited to provide feedback and ideas at the meeting slated for April 13th. Emma Diercks reports.

 

 

Empty shelves Wednesday morning at Walmart in Rawlins. Photo by Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

Panic spreading faster than coronavirus in Rawlins

Stores in Rawlins were hit hard, and abruptly, by area residents stocking up on cleaning supplies, disinfectants, hand sanitizer and, for some reason, toilet paper.

Over at City Market, employees are limiting the purchase of these items as they work to restock some of their shelves Wednesday morning.

One worker told Bigfoot 99 it was business as usual over the weekend, but then “something changed, and everyone came in and bought everything.”

As a result of the panic-purchasing, City Market is restricting the purchase of all sanitizing, cold and flu products to five items per customer.

At Walmart, toilet paper shelves remain barren.

 

 

Sports: Outlaw boys take 3A East Regional Tournament

The Rawlins Outlaw basketball team won the 3A East Regional Tournament and will have the number one seed heading into state. Joey Saverine has the story.

 

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  • Wyoming football competes for over 20 NFL teams in Senior Pro Day
  • Wyoming track list four to All-Mountain West honors

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