This Week At A Glance:

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A Rawlins city councilman plans to introduce a resolution that, if approved, would grant each member of the council a 50 percent pay raise. For the last 13 years, members of the Rawlins City Council have been paid $500 a month for their service. Photo: Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.
In Saratoga, town council members and the operator of the medical clinic were taken by surprise this week by Mayor John Zieger. The mayor opened the door to an alternative to a local health care plan that has been rolling out for the last year. Zieger invited Memorial Hospital of Carbon County to give a presentation on services they might provide if asked to step in and take control of the Platte Valley clinic. Photo: Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.
Carbon County School District Two fared well on this year’s state assessment. Students scored above the state average in all but one area on the WY-TOPP.
Carbon County School District Two has accepted the resignation of the Hanna Elk Mountain and Medicine Bow Elementary School Principal Monday evening.Traci Schneider is headed back to Laramie County while the school board here works to find her replacement. Photo: Bigfoot 99.
The Union Pacific’s Big Boy steam locomotive derailed as it pulled into Rawlins last week. The locomotive was moving so slowly as it pulled into the yard, it remained upright and no one was injured when two wheels went off the track. Photo: Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.


  1. I love listen to Bigfoot radio all the time. But I really like the morning show with Jim. However this comment is a kudos to the radio station for playing the National Anthem, “Star spangled Banner”. In these times of political madness. It is a breathe of fresh air to here it at any time. Thanks Jim for keeping the patriotic feeling going ever day. It kind of reminds me of my younger days staying up late and the TV station would sign off with the national Anthem. God bless America..


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