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Sure looks strange to me…

Sure looks strange to me…

Courtney Dilworth’s horse wears a One-Eyed, One-Horned, Flying Purple People Eater costume at Saturday’s Halloween Games at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. Several riders showed up in costume.

All-Star hardware

All-Star hardware

True Value named Hardware Store All-Star for Wyoming By Han Cheung hcheung@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – In sports, All-Star rosters usually have limited space. The Home Channel Network’s Hardware Store All Stars is just as exclusive: only one store from each state can earn the honor. True Value of Rawlins was revealed as Wyoming’s 2014 representative in […]

Outlaws double-up Lander, clinch 3A playoff spot

Outlaws double-up Lander, clinch 3A playoff spot

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com Corey Wheeler prefers to have his Rawlins High School football team get off to a quick start. While his squad flipped the script on their head coach Friday night, the desired result still glowed on the Outlaw Stadium scoreboard. Grinding up nearly 600 yards in total offense — led by quarterback […]

Boxscore: Rawlins 42, Lander Valley 20

Lander           0          0          7          13—20 Rawlins         6          8          0          28—42  Scoring First quarter RAW — Palmer 20 run (pass failed), 11:21 Second quarter RAW — Krening 18 pass from Allard (Wall pass from Allard), 1:14 Third quarter LAN — Simpson 53 pass from VonRein (Scott kick), 3:52 Fourth quarter RAW — Krening 1 run (pass […]

Kindness a hit at RES

Kindness a hit at RES

By P.J. Cook pcook@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – Kindness may be an innate gift for some, but others are taught the characteristic at a young age. Rachel’s Challenge Program Presenter Kristi Krings wanted to help Rawlins Elementary School (RES) students understand the power of kindness Thursday. Krings’ mission: to encourage elementary school students to live a life […]

Searching for the ‘sweetspot’

Searching for  the ‘sweetspot’

New technology may reduce amount of fracking required for natural gas exploration By David Louis RAWLINS — Under the best of circumstances drilling for natural gas takes a tremendous investment in both time and money. But, when factoring in the unknowns associated with hydraulic fracturing techniques — or fracking —exploration soon becomes a multi-million dollar […]

Boxes and boxes of books

Boxes and boxes of books

Book Nook opens in Rawlins Friday By Han Cheung hcheung@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – Jackie Craig remembers the exact day she became a book hoarder. A few years ago, a secondhand bookstore went out of business. The owners couldn’t liquidate the inventory fast enough and started hauling books to the dump. “The first time I stopped by, […]

Mic check, 1, 2…

Mic check, 1, 2…

Laura Wiley (piano) and Jenita Calton (violin) entertain the crowd at Friday evening’s Art at the Oasis open mic night at the Rawlins Music Academy. Jubilante Ensembles of Carbon County plans on hosting an open mic every second Friday of the month until next April.

Getting dirty with the pigs

Getting dirty with the pigs

By Han Cheung hcheung@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – Rawlins Middle School student Kie Foster has only been with 4-H for two years, but he is already able and eager to help newcomers. This week is National 4-H week, and Foster hopes to be a part in promoting 4-H. “I’d like to see more and more kids join […]

Outlaws drop 41-0 decision at Douglas

Outlaws drop 41-0 decision at Douglas

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com DOUGLAS – For five weeks, the Rawlins High School football team prided itself on the ability to score quickly. Friday night in Douglas, the Outlaws had those tables turned. Several times. Celebrating their annual homecoming in big style, the host Bearcats struck early and often from long distance, en route to […]

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