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Shutdown catches up with Head Start


Zachary Laux

Kacey Starr shows children from Head Start the inside of her ambulance Thursday. Head Start may be forced to close its doors due to the government shutdown.

Luz Garcia, of Rawlins, may have trouble finding a new preschool program for her child if Carbon County Head Start programs are forced to close their doors.

Garcia said she depends on Head Start for her child because it provides free education to her child, and allows her to attend college courses at Western Wyoming Community College in Rawlins. If Head Start closes, Garcia said she doesn’t know what she will do for a child care provider.

“It will be difficult because of the hours I go to school and I have a very random schedule,” she said.

But if the government shutdown rolls into...

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