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Moser convicted on all counts

Moser convicted on all counts

By Trudy Balcom tbalcom@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — A former Rawlins Middle School teacher was convicted Thursday night on four counts of sexual abuse of a minor. Jonathon Moser, 34, was found guilty on four counts of sexual abuse of a minor — one first-degree count and three second-degree counts. Moser was a special education teacher and […]

Rawlins FC looks to build soccer skills in younger kids

By Thorn Compton   sports@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Soccer is slowly but surely rising in popularity across the nation, and that is especially true here in Rawlins. To capitalize on that growing passion, Rawlins High School head boys soccer coach Erly Cornejo is putting together a fall tournament team for kids as young as six all […]

WSP graduation honors efforts of inmates

WSP graduation honors efforts of inmates

By Trudy Balcom tbalcom@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — There was the music of “Pomp and Circumstance,” mortarboard caps, tassels, dignitaries and speeches, cake and punch. There were tearful families and hugs — all of the typical ingredients for a high school graduation. But peeking from beneath the graduate’s black commencement gowns were bright orange jumpsuits, not dress […]

Carbon County WPLI committee named

By David Louis dlouis@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Late last year, the Wyoming County Commissioners Association (WCCA) launched a major initiative to resolve longstanding issues of federal land designations across Wyoming. The Wyoming Public Lands Initiative (WPLI) is a collaborative, county-led process intended to result in a statewide legislative lands package that is broadly supported by public […]

Powwow may become a victim of county budget

Powwow may become a victim of county budget

By David Louis dlouis@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — The aftermath of Carbon County’s 2016-17 budget tsunami may take another unintended victim — next year’s High Plains Powwow. Hosted by the Carbon County Museum, the powwow’s cost of $25,000 is way out of reach, said museum Director Kelly Bohanan. “The issue for me is we have two massive […]

Generals lose to Cheyenne

By Thorn Compton sports@rawlinstimes.com CASPER — After winning their first game of the 17u American Legion State Tournament against Wheatland 16-1, the Rawlins Generals dropped their second game of the tournament to Cheyenne 13-3 Thursday morning. Generals head coach Tom Weed said his team had a 3-2 lead going to the bottom of the sixth, […]

Wyoming economy a mixed bag

Wyoming economy a mixed bag

By David Louis dlouis@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Wyoming’s economic drivers seem to be stuck in repeat mode, perpetually reliving Groundhog Day over and over as the promise of six more weeks of winter never ends. Wyoming’s Economic Analysis Division June’s economic MACRO report indicates continued signs of a struggling economy, with some indications the bad times […]

Beaver Creek fire continues to grow with no end in sight

Beaver Creek fire continues to grow with no end in sight

By David Louis dlouis@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — With evacuation orders still in place, the Beaver Creek fire straddling the Colorado-Wyoming border in the Medicine Bow-Routt National forest has now grown to more than 25,490 acres and is 5 percent contained. On Wednesday, the upper third of the Beaver Creek fire received one to two tenths of […]

BREAKING: Moser convicted on all four charges

BREAKING: Moser convicted on all four charges

Daily Times Staff Report news@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — After nearly nine hours of deliberation, jurors returned a guilty verdict for all charges in the case of Jonathon Moser. Moser was a special education teacher and girls volleyball coach during the 2014-2015 school year at Rawlins Middle School. His victims include former students. He faced three charges of […]

Attorneys give closing statements in Moser trial

Attorneys give closing statements in Moser trial

By Trudy Balcom tbalcom@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Judge Wade Waldrip opened the proceedings of the third day of the trial of Jonathon Moser with sober instructions to the jury. The “careful and thoughtful deliberation and sincere effort to work towards a just verdict,” according to law, he said was their task. “The jury is the sole judge […]

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