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CCSD1 replacing school buses

Carbon County School District One is replacing buses with federal and state funds. The action also requires the district to destroy the old buses to reduce diesel emissions. Emma Diercks reports.



Rawlins officials hope grant will fund necessary water line projects

Officials in Rawlins are optimistic about receiving funding for some needed water line projects through a Federal Mineral Royalties Grant. The city recently submitted an application for the grant. If awarded, the funds will be paired with the $1.5 million from the water enterprise fund, allowing the City of Rawlins to complete five major water line projects. Cali O’Hare reports.


Mayor-elect Zeiger shares goals for Saratoga

Last week in Saratoga, residents voted in a mayor who is no stranger to the office. John Zeiger told Bigfoot 99 what his goals are for the next four years and what he’s learned since his last term. Emma Diercks reports.


A map of the areas BluEarth is eyeing for its wind projects. Click to enlarge.

Rawlins City Council reviews wind energy project proposals

Rawlins City Council last week listened to a presentation on two proposed wind energy projects looking to set up towers in Carbon and Albany Counties. Cali O’Hare reports.



Sports: County cross county athletes strong at top level competition

A select few country cross country athletes were selected to compete in the Nike Cross Country Regional meet. Joey Saverine breaks down their performances.
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