This Week At A Glance:

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The six members of the Rawlins City Council present for last week’s regular meeting delivered a split decision on the question of whether local trash haulers should provide city hall with information about their customers. The deadlocked vote on the amendment to the Title 8 ordinance means the private businesses must continue to hand over their customer information to city officials. Photo: Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.
A sprawling winter storm rolled into Wyoming Wednesday bringing cold temperatures and the first snow of the season. Heavy bands of snow fell at times overnight, but accumulations will be lighter than some forecasts called for earlier this week. According to the latest outlook from the National Weather Service, Rawlins and Saratoga could see three to four inches of snow. As much as eight inches of snow is forecast for Arlington. Image courtesy of the National Weather Service.
The first snow storm of the season is shaping up to be a big one. In its latest update, National Weather Service said southern Wyoming can expect moderate to heavy snow Wednesday night through Friday morning. Image courtesy of the National Weather Service.
A Montana man who allegedly threatened to shoot his nephew with an unloaded pistol following a family funeral pleaded not guilty in district court Monday. Arrest documents state the suspect threatened his nephew for putting cigarettes and matches in his mother’s urn. Photo: Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.
In Rawlins: it’s homecoming week. Students and others gearing up for the renewal of a by-gone tradition: The bonfire. The event has not been held in years. A partnership between several agencies, including the fire department and the high school booster club, has made it possible to bring back the event. Photo courtesy of Rawlins High School.


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