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Baggs mule deer population joins in statewide studies

Baggs mule deer population joins in statewide studies

By David Louis BAGGS — Wyoming’s mule deer populations are receiving significant attention from University of Wyoming researchers, Wyoming Game and Fish Department and other agencies, as they concluded five separate studies this week aimed at wildlife management efforts to enhance mule deer numbers and improve their habitats. As part of the studies, scientists with […]

Quik Lube accepts recreational vehicles

Quik Lube accepts recreational vehicles

By Han Cheung RAWLINS – Those who have been worrying where to take their ATVs and motorcycles after I-80 Powersports closed on Dec. 1 should breathe a sigh of relief. Damien Cesko of Quik Lube has taken on the task – by hiring former I-80 mechanic Austin Reitsma. “We now have a full-time motorcycle mechanic […]

RES collects more than 5,000 items for St. Vincent de Paul

RES collects more than 5,000 items for St. Vincent de Paul

by Han Cheung RAWLINS – With a little more advertising and extra motivation, results can more than double. Rawlins Elementary School’s two-week food drive for the St. Vincent de Paul Society ended last Thursday. The 2-5 building yielded 4,097 items compared to last year’s 1,750, while the K-1 building added 1,103. K-1 totals for last […]

Science Posse visits Boys and Girls Club

Science Posse visits Boys and Girls Club

By Han Cheung RAWLINS – Friday afternoon, a group of children at the Boys and Girls Club were giddy with anticipation as they poured hydrogen peroxide into a beaker containing yeast and dish soap. As promised, white foam started bubbling out of the beaker. “I made elephant toothpaste!” one of the students yelled. That afternoon, […]

Perkins sparks Rattlers to season-opening romp at Burns

Perkins sparks Rattlers to season-opening romp at Burns

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com BURNS – Jordan Perkins fired in a game-high 23 points, including 10 during a crucial 16-0 first half run, leading the Little Snake River Valley Rattlers to a season-opening, 59-43 victory against Southeast Friday afternoon in the Burns Winter Classic. Tanner Jensen added 18 points and Slater Kaisler eight, which included […]

Man camp clamp-down

Man camp clamp-down

Rawlins Planning Commission debates pros and cons of crew camps within city limits By Han Cheung RAWLINS – The defining moment of Tuesday’s Rawlins Planning Commission meeting came when commission member Malcolm Watson asked the unusually large audience for a show of hands opposing the establishment of crew camps within city limits. With about 20 […]

Winter is coming

Winter is coming

By Han Cheung Rawlins — Winterfest in Rawlins just keeps evolving. Now in its fifth year, the DDA/Main Street-sponsored event has grown to a full, 12-hour day celebration, packed with events for all ages. “If you want to shop, eat, get a drink – there’s something for everyone,” DDA/Main Street Director Pam Thayer said. “That’s […]

Lady Outlaws storm past Pinedale at 3A Classic

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com CODY — Hauling in 30 rebounds, grabbing 21 steals and dishing 10 assists, Rawlins High School’s Lady Outlaws opened the hoops campaign with a 67-29 toppling of Pinedale at the Class 3A East/West Classic. Quriss Romero scored 21 points, snagged 10 steals, grabbed five rebounds and distributed three assists for Katie […]

Outlaws roll up on Jackson in 3A East/West Classic

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com BUFFALO — It took quite a while to get things done, but Denver Allard’s Rawlins High School boys’ basketball team put the points on the board in cracking Jackson, 80-54, during Friday’s Class 3A East/West Classic. “There were a ton of fouls, making it a very long game,” Allard said. “We […]

Lady Tigers look mighty impressive in Carbon County opener

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com HANNA — Alyssa Barkhurst poured in 23 points Friday morning, leading the Encampment Lady Tigers opened the season and the Carbon County Classic with an easy 56-28 victory against Rock River. “I’m very pleased with our rebounding (29) and assists (14),” Encampment coach Amy Clay said. “We hit the open person […]

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