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WyoLotto celebrates $1.5M ticket sold in Rawlins

By Iain Woessner iwoessner@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — The Hilltop Conoco on East Cedar Street may just be the luckiest spot in Rawlins. After all, that was where a winning $1.5 million lottery ticket was sold to one very lucky, and anonymous, Rawlins resident. “I recall two customers were standing in line, and one put $25 down […]

Murray, Bartlett assure election isn’t ‘rigged’

By Chad Abshire editor@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Wyoming’s secretary of state and the County Clerks Association of Wyoming announced Thursday evening that the election process “is not rigged.” “Recent comments that an election could be rigged gives Wyoming’s 23 county clerks and myself, as chief election official, the opportunity to assure our citizens of the integrity […]

Free classical concert at Rawlins Music Academy set for Tuesday

By Iain Woessner iwoessner@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — The Rawlins Music Academy is hosting a free concert on Tuesday, teaming up with the Piatigorsky Foundation to bring a pair of highly trained musicians to Rawlins to perform at the Academy at 7 p.m. “Both of the musicians who are going to be here are very, very well […]

Outlaws playoff hopes go up in ‘Blaze’

By Thorn Compton sports@rawlinstimes.com TORRINGTON — The plan was simple for the Rawlins High School football team’s must-win game on Friday night in Torrington; get returning senior quarterback Trey Young going early and play complementary football on defense. Young played well in his return after missing the last five games behind center, in fact he […]

RES makes ‘baby cakes’ for local families

By Mathew McKay mmckay@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Delicately wrapping and tying “baby cakes” with rubber bands and bow ties, fifth grade students worked together to bring an extra hand to the new mothers of Rawlins and Sinclair. Rawlins Elementary Teacher Brenda Morgan and her fifth-graders spent an hour Friday morning wrapping sets of diapers around baby […]

Saratoga, Rawlins cross country compete at State

By Thorn Compton sports@rawlinstimes.com SHERIDAN — There was a bit of a break in the State Playoffs schedule for Wyoming high school sports over the last two weeks, but that all changes this weekend as schools from the around the state descend upon Sheridan to compete for the crown of Wyoming Cross Country State Champion. […]

Tigers seniors ‘grateful’ for opportunities

By Thorn Compton sports@rawlinstimes.com ENCAMPMENT – It’s hard to imagine that any players in Wyoming have had more success during their careers than Encampment’s seniors McKenzie Powell and Sierra Martinez. Especially over a two-season span, those girls have been a part of a team that has lost one game in two years. This weekend, the […]

Boys & Girls Club celebrates ‘Lights on Afterschool’

By Mathew McKay mmckay@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Taking part in a nationwide celebration involving more than 8,000 events honoring after-school programs and facility employers around the country, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Carbon County invited local business leaders, parents and supporters to visit their facility Thursday evening for “Lights on Afterschool.” Parents and registered members […]

Sinclair’s ‘Read and Feed’ to bring families and books together

By Iain Woessner iwoessner@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Sinclair is putting more than money where its mouth is when it comes to improving the literacy of Carbon County, and they’ll be feeding more than just appetites for learning on Monday night as they host their “Read and Feed Family Night.” “The whole purpose is to reach out […]

1A football teams prepare for playoffs

By Thorn Compton sports@rawlinstimes.com It’s the final week of the regular season for high school football in Carbon County and every game in the area is dripping with playoff intrigue. Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow and Little Snake River Valley High Schools have both secured a place in the postseason but their seed is still to be […]

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