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Tigner memorial shootout planned for tonight

By Thorn Compton sports@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — With the summer now in full swing, the Rawlins Outdoor Shooting Complex is rolling along with its summer shooting events schedule. The Complex is hosting a special memorial shooting event this evening to honor former shooting complex contributor Bob Tigner. Josh Martinez, who works at the Outdoor Shooting Complex, […]

Carbon County freshens up its building and permit fees

By David Louis dlouis@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — After nearly three years, the Carbon County Planning Department has decided to modify its building and use permit fee schedule. Typically the county analyzes its fee schedule annually. The last time changes were made was September 2013, said County Planning Director Sid Fox. “This is basically an update of […]

Rawlins woman accepts plea deal in sex abuse case

Rawlins woman accepts plea deal in sex abuse case

By Trudy Balcom tbalcom@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — A 20-year-old Rawlins woman received a suspended sentenced Monday of three to eight years in prison for second-degree sexual abuse of a minor. Candice Cortez had originally been charged with two counts sexual abuse of a minor, one first-degree and one second-degree. On Feb.4, Cortez agreed to plead guilty […]

Ken Casner making another run for office

Ken Casner making another run for office

By David Louis dlouis@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — As the lone Democratic candidate running for Wyoming House District 47, Elk Mountain resident Ken Casner knows he’s a lock to make it through the primary election, but that’s when the real work begins. With several unsuccessful attempts at running for political office, including a bid for governor in […]

Two men take plea deal, agree to testify against Steinfeldt

Two men take plea deal, agree to testify against Steinfeldt

By Trudy Balcom tbalcom@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — The number of Bobbie Steinfeldt’s friends and customers agreeing to testify against her continues to rise. Two unrelated men, both with the last name of Brown, appeared in Carbon County District Court Monday and each agreed to plead to reduced charges in return for their testimony in Steinfeldt’s drug […]

Shriners Golf Tournament Winners

By Thorn Compton sports@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — The Shriners Golf Tournament this weekend went off without a hitch and a few members from the community went home with some winnings. For the men’s tournament, the four man-team of David Whitzel, Chris Weisenburg, Travis Schinkle and Robert Davis took first place with a net score of 110.2 […]

Numerous construction projects underway at CCSD1

Numerous construction projects underway at CCSD1

By Trudy Balcom tbalcom@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Heavy equipment and hard hats are in attendance this summer at most of the buildings that make up Carbon County School District No. 1. District Business Manager David Horner shared information about the status of the projects on Friday. He said while the addition to the high school is […]

Wyo. economist: UK referendum no reason to panic

Wyo. economist: UK referendum no reason to panic

By David Louis dlouis@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Although it took many by surprise, nearly 52 percent of United Kingdom voters cast their ballot Thursday to discontinue the nation’s membership in the European Union (EU), a trading block of now 27 other countries. Although the moved immediately rocked markets across the globe, Jim Robinson, principal economist for […]

Rawlins Gauchos 13 and under travel team kicks off season

Rawlins Gauchos 13 and under travel team kicks off season

By Thorn Compton sports@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — Now that the little league baseball season is wrapping up, kids will have the opportunity to continue working on their baseball skills with the Rawlins Gauchos 13 and under travel team starting their inaugural season. Pete Serna, head coach of the Pirates in the Rawlins little league, said he […]

Council approves Higley Boulevard study

By Chad Abshire editor@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS — The city voted to dip into its economic development fund Tuesday night to look at improving Higley Boulevard with a corridor study for three potential projects. In a unanimous vote, the Rawlins City Council voted to spend roughly an additional $9,000 to award a $64,500 bid to Saratoga-based Engineering […]

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