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C.J. Box honored with a day of his own

C.J. Box honored with a day of his own

By David Louis dlouis@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — With the release of his newest novel only weeks away, New York Times best selling author C.J. Box won’t slow down. As a prolific author with 22 books penned — mostly all non-fiction — Box, a native of Wyoming and man-about-town throughout Carbon County, said it’s been a wonderful […]

New high school addition taking shape

New high school addition taking shape

By Trudy Balcom tbalcom@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – The new addition to Rawlins High School is no longer mere graded soil and piles of materials tended by construction workers. As anyone who has driven by the site recently can see, the building is taking shape. Members of the Carbon County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees […]

RHS grad now member of elite fighting unit

RHS grad now member of elite fighting unit

By David Louis dlouis@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Things have always seemed to come easy for Justis Reynolds, but now the 19-year-old Rawlins High School graduate embarks on his greatest crusade. The 2014 RHS alum always knew he wanted to serve in the military, but what branch and what job didn’t come into focus until just prior […]

No update in police shooting

By Chad Abshire editor@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Officials provided no updates Friday regarding the police-involved shooting that left a Colorado man dead at a Rawlins convenience store in December. Calls to Uinta County Attorney Loretta Howieson Gerrard were not returned and a call to Rawlins Police Chief Troy Palmer went to voicemail. Previously, Gerrard told the […]

The kind of challenge we need

The kind of challenge we need

By Chad Abshire Daily Times editor We were wildly impressed at the Carbon County All School Spelling Bee on Wednesday. Events that carry weight, that show off triumph and defeat, successes and the bitter taste of failure that encourages students to do better next time is what we need more of in Carbon County. Too […]

Saratoga man facing charges after striking pedestrian with car

By Trudy Balcom tbalcom@rawlinstimes.com SARATOGA — A Saratoga man with a previous record for drunk driving arrests says he did not know that he hit and injured a pedestrian in Saratoga on Sunday night. Rodrigo Pinedo-Madera, 48, faces charges of felony driving under the influence with serious bodily injury, or in the alternative, misdemeanor driving […]

RHS to host speech tournament next week

By Trudy Balcom tbalcom@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — The Rawlins High School Speech and Debate team will be hosting its annual tournament next week, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19-20, marking the fourth consecutive year the school has hosted the event. Coach Wendy Kuper said that while RHS hosted the state tournament in 2000, for a number after […]

Liz Cheney drops by the Times

Liz Cheney drops by the Times

By David Louis dlouis@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — “Government’s first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives” — Ronald Reagan. No simpler words reflect the character and political beliefs of Liz Cheney. After a failed campaign in 2014 running against U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.), Cheney has decided to throw her hat into the […]

RHS club members celebrate SkillsUSA week

RHS club members celebrate SkillsUSA week

By Chad Abshire editor@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — They’ve got Skills, and they’re multiplying. Rawlins High School students involved in SkillsUSA — a national group that helps ensure America has a skilled workforce — are preparing to jump into gear for the season, during SkillsUSA Week, which began Monday. Kimberly Archuleta, 17, who serves dual roles as […]

Carbon County Spelling Bee

Carbon County Spelling Bee
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