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 By Joshua Wood    News    October 27, 2022

Skating into memory

The recently completed skate park at Key Club Park in Rawlins will be named in memory of Joshua “J.R.” Rodriguez. It has been more than a decade since his passing but emotions still run high when...

 

Rocky Mountain Power educates

Many residents in Carbon County know of Rocky Mountain Power through either their utility bill or the windmill farms north of the county. But there is a strong chance not many people know of the...

 

WYDOT addresses road closures

Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) will be installing gates on Highway 230, east of Riverside, to close a section of the highway during hazardous weather. A WYDOT representative said these...

 

Streets and sewers monopolize meeting

Carbon County Visitors Council CEO Leslie Jefferson gave a presentation on the new sales and marketing programs that are being launched by CCVC at the Encampment Town Council meeting on October 13....

 

Riverside Town Council tidies up for winter

Riverside Town Council’s first visitor was Leslie Jefferson, CEO for Carbon County Visitor’s Council (CCVC). Jefferson gave a presentation of the new sales and marketing programs that are being la...

 

To forgive or not to forgive

The Medicine Bow Town Council met Monday October 10 at the Medicine Bow Community Hall.A recent purchase of a vehicle for the police department had tax attached to it. Mayor Sharon Biamon asked if...

 

Making strides to complete projects

At the Saratoga Town Councils Meeting Tuesday, October 4, Town Clerk, Marie Christen introduced Invoice Cloud representatives that presented information about their software. Invoice Cloud is a...

 

HEM's principal meet and greet

When Steve Priest, the former principal of Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow, (HEM) High School indicated his last day would be in late September, a committee was created to recommend to the Carbon...

 

Phase 1 in progress

After several years of delays, the Never Forget Park project appears to be moving along. The committee made up of D'Ron Campbell, Jon Winter, Ron Hutchins, Stacy Crimmins and Joe Parsons has been...

 

Winter's coming but air conditioning is on their minds

Carbon County Clerk, Gwynn Bartlett, presented three individuals names to the Commissioners for employee recognition at the October 4 meeting of Carbon County Commissioners. Tracy Newbrough, will...

 

Reflections from the Saratoga Sun

100 Years ago October 5, 1922 Two Inch Mains to be Laid First Five blocks of trench completed for cross lines Two blocks are added to the system. While awaiting delivery of the four inch and six inch cast iron pipe for the Saratoga Water mains,...

 

Water woes continue to plague the Spring Avenue project

In April, the Carbon County Impact Joint Powers Board (CCIJPB) reviewed details of the Spring Avenue water line replacement project with T-O Engineers. This project involves replacing 1,800 feet of...

 
 By Staff Report    News    October 6, 2022

Annual Potato Harvest at UW R&E Center Benefits Food Bank of Wyoming

More than 10,000 pounds of potatoes from the second annual potato harvest at the James C. Hageman Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension Center (SAREC) are in distribution across the state...

 
 By Staff Report    News    October 6, 2022

WY Unclaimed Property pays out $2.564 million in first quarter

The Unclaimed Property Division of the Wyoming State Treasurer’s Office issued 2,389 checks totaling $2.564 million between July 1 and Sept. 30. The first-quarter results included $1.07 million paid in the month of September highlighted by a...

 

Armor those who protect

Saratoga Hot Springs Resort and Spa owner Dr. Michael (Doc) Janssen was reading about a Saratoga Town Council meeting when he learned the town did not have a budget for the police armor Chief Ken...

 

Retirement, roads and turbines

At the Carbon County Commissioners meeting on September 20, 2022, Sheriff Archie Royal asked to recognize Becky George’s 17 years of service to Carbon County Sheriff’s office. She is retiring....

 

Hanna can swim again

At the Hanna Town Council met on September 13, Larry Korkow, director of public works acknowledged the heavy truck traffic in town. “I am sure you all have noticed the water trucks running through town,” Korkow said. “Gateway South has a water...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    September 29, 2022

Water rates rise in Rawlins

With millions of dollars in funding at stake to replace its aging water infrastructure, the City of Rawlins has been forced to raise water rates to users of the system. One city resident said “the...

 

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,...

 

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...

 

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