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Carbon County Fire District under consideration

Carbon County has approximately 137 fire fighters responding to fire and rescue emergencies within the county. Carbon County Fire Department operates county-owned fire stations in Hanna, Muddy Gap,...

 
 By Staff Report    News    September 22, 2022 

Game and Fish asks public for help with HPAI

Birds in Wyoming are again testing positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza. After a hiatus from confirming any bird deaths from HPAI over the summer, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Wildlife Health Laboratory in Laramie confirmed...

 

Say hello to help

Wyoming 2-1-1 was established in 2011 as a nonemergency number. This is a nationwide designated number set up by the Federal Communications Center (FCC) in 2000 to help alleviate 9-1-1 centers...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    September 22, 2022 

Roads are Ready

The Medicine Bow Town Council met at 7 p.m. on September 12 at the Community Hall. Director of the South-Central Wyoming EMS (SCWEMS), Stayton Mosby updated the Town Council. SCWEMS is in the process...

 

Families get a helping hand

Living in Carbon County is getting more expensive. Housing in the Valley, Rawlins and now even northern Carbon County, which for several decades has been considered cheap for housing, keeps on...

 

New council member

Renee Snyder the Carbon County Assessor came to speak before the council Tuesday, September 6. She wanted the council's advise on how to get information to the residents of Saratoga, explaining the pr...

 

Grants a go go

Penny Layman, the South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Services (SCWEMS) representative for Encampment presented a request for Resolutions 2022-09 and resolution 2022-10. Both resolutions are for...

 

Bylaws be gone but water is back

A moment of silence was requested by Mayor Leroy Stephenson in remembrance of Bob Lamphear who passed away last week. Stephenson then read the minutes from theSouth Central Wyoming Emergency Medical...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    September 15, 2022

Getting under the skin

At one time taboo, tattoos seem to be becoming more accepted in American society and the workplace. According to Business Insider, approximately 45 million people in the United States-or 14 percent...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    September 15, 2022

Low water, rising costs

It will take five years and more than $30 million before Rawlins’ water woes are solved, according to City Engineer Austin Gilbert. If the city doesn’t increase water rates, they could miss out on...

 

Saratoga Police Department arrests two at the Saratoga Hot Springs

A routine hot pool check on August 27 resulted in Sargeant Tyler Christen arresting two men from Cheyenne. Jason and Jeremy Shutt were arguing in the parking lot. When one of the men lifted his...

 

Threats thwarted by Saratoga Police Department

A suspect was arrested for terroristic threats on Saturday morning in Saratoga. The suspect had been making threats for several weeks directed at law enforcement and the Care Center. Statements had...

 

Governor Gordon's Education Initiative Prepares Recommendations for Review

Governor Mark Gordon’s education initiative has completed its statewide listening sessions and is currently preparing a series of policy recommendations. Building on the momentum of a statewide survey that garnered in excess of 7,000 responses,...

 

Board of Carbon County Commissioners meeting at a glance

• Kandis Fritz of Road and Bridge reports traffic counts have risen. For example, the traffic on CR387, South Spring Creek the count was 118 cars, Cow Creek was 86 per day. These numbers determine whether magnesium chloride will be applied to the...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    August 25, 2022

A new Marshal takes oath

The Medicine Bow Town Council met on August 8, for their regularly scheduled meeting. Mayor Sharon Biamon called the meeting to order and those present were Councilmembers Lucy Schofield, Cynthia...

 

What's best for the town?

At the Saratoga Town Council Meeting on August 16, 2022, Amanda Knotwell presented a question about the food trucks coming to Saratoga, setting up, selling their items and then leaving. Several local...

 

Election write-ins

The following write-ins were certified on August 18, 2022 by the Carbon County Canvassing Board. Each will be notified by the County Clerk and will have to accept the nomination to have his/her name printed on the General Election ballot. Those...

 

HF Sinclair steps up to fund drones

When Lenny Layman, Carbon County Emergency Manager, and Encampment Chief of Police, Kevin Shue, discussed getting a drone for Encampment as well as one for the CCEM office, they turned to Homeland Sec...

 

A battle on Battle

A fire started northwest of Horse Mountain this past week. Smoke visible from Bags. According to Jared Wille of Baggs Fire Department the fire started on state land and at it's largest was...

 

SCWEMS, water and drones, Oh My!

At the Encampment Town Council on August 11, Bob Davis, a candidate for House Representative 47 spoke about his agenda and answered questions from the council and guests. Penny Layman, the South...

 

SCWEMS and Water updates

The Riverside Town council met on August 8, 2022. Bob Davis addressed the Town Council, introducing himself and explaining why he thought he was a qualified candidate as House Representative 47....

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    August 18, 2022

Water is rising

Sammy Sikes was mayor pro tem in Mayor Lois Buchanan’s absence at the Hanna Town Council on August 9, 2022. Councilmember Bill Dys was also not in attendance. Councilmembers Tracy Fowler and Jayson...

 

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