Medicine Bow gets new officials
Change is coming to the Town of Medicine Bow. A new council is set to be installed and groundwork for a new police force is underway. Emma Diercks reports.
County approves funding for community organizations
In March of this year, the Carbon County Commissioners teamed up with Greater Wyoming Big Brothers Big Sisters to funnel grant money to three local organizations.
The lengthy process began in April and wrapped up last week when commissioners signed a contract which will dedicate $25,000 grant to children and families in the County. Cali O’Hare reporting.
Orthopedic services coming to Platte Valley Clinic
In Saratoga, the Platte Valley Clinic is looking at opportunities to bring new medical services to bring to the area through outside providers as soon as next month. Emma Diercks has the story.
Rawlins police asking for help locating runaway
Update: The RPD reports that Andrew has been located.
Thirteen-year-old Andrew went missing from Rawlins Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 at around 6:30 p.m.
He was last seen wearing a fluorescent yellow Nike shirt with a blue jacket. He was riding a red bicycle with one white tire.
If you have seen Andrew or have any information regarding his whereabouts, contact the Rawlins Police Department at 307-328-4530.
Sports: Brotherhood mentality drives Rattlers
The Little Snake River football team has played excellent defense over the past three weeks and it has led them to impressive wins. Joey Saverine has the story.
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