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Rawlins building fire ruled accident

In Rawlins, state and local officials completed their investigations into the cause of last week’s massive early morning fire that destroyed a storage building and its contents. The ruling is accidental. Cali O’Hare reports.


New community board aims at building valley hospital

As the medical clinic in Saratoga undergoes changes, a board is being established to study the potential of building a critical access hospital in the valley. Two town council members have already agreed to serve as president and vice president – Jennie Lou Garland and Will Faust – even though recruiting for other members is still ongoing. Emma Diercks reports.


RPD joins anti-terrorism campaign

In Rawlins, police are partnering with the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security in a national campaign that encourages citizens to report suspicious activity or behavior that may be linked to terrorism. Cali O’Hare reports.


Sports: Rawlins volleyball squad continues hot streak

The Rawlins volleyball team looks for continued success as the half way mark of the season is approaching quickly. Joey Saverine has the story.

  • Wyoming Football: The Cowboys are putting the MSU game behind them and are now focusing on Wofford.
  • UW Volleyball player Reed Copeland named Mountain West Conference’s Defensive Player of the Week.
  • Denver Football: Broncos look to emulate some of the things they did well against Seattle in their 3 point victory.
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