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Kitchen Safety

By Emma Diercks ediercks@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – Kitchens are a significant part to every home. This is where many families make their meals. It’s also the place where most people store their dishware and utensils. What most people don’t know is that it’s also the place where many food borne illnesses can thrive. People can keep […]

Rawlins’ elite ensemble

Rawlins’ elite ensemble

By Han Cheung hcheung@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – Rawlins High School’s symphonic choir is in elite company. The 40-student ensemble is one of two choirs selected to participate and perform in the 2015 University of Wyoming Choral Invitational on Thursday. The other choir is Harmonix from Riverton High School. Both choirs were selected because of their excellence […]

Enough sleep in midst of daylight saving time

By Emma Diercks ediercks@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – With the busyness of life, it’s often hard to get the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep each night. It’ll be even harder this weekend as daylight saving time begins Sunday at 2 a.m. and an hour will be lost. According to Healthy People, managed by the U. S. […]

Keeping newborn livestock safe in winter conditions

By Emma Diercks ediercks@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – March is an unpredictable time of year. Farmers and ranchers are keeping one eye on expecting mothers for newborn livestock and another eye on the weather to keep those newborns healthy. Carbon County Veterinary Hospital’s Molly Murphree said wet and cold conditions are a hindrance to newborn livestock. Wind […]

Four Carbon County hoops teams headed to 1A finals

RAWLINS — Four Carbon County teams are headed to next weekend’s Class 1A state tournament. HEM, Encampment and Little Snake River Valley qualified on the girls’ side, as a result of top-four finishes during this weekend’s regional tournaments. On the boys’ side, only Snake River is advancing from regional play. It’s the Rattlers’ eighth straight trip […]

All systems go: Outlaws beat Glenrock, win coin flip for Southeast’s top seed

All systems go: Outlaws beat Glenrock, win coin flip for Southeast’s top seed

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com Though Rawlins High School’s basketball teams are hosting this week’s Class 3A East Regional, the postseason has been well underway for Denver Allard’s boys’ squad. Forced to win out during the final three weeks of the season to have a chance at forcing a tie with first-place Glenrock — then needing […]

Lady Outlaws close regular season on powerful note

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com GLENROCK — With just one half of basketball remaining during the regular season at Glenrock, Rawlins High School girls’ basketball coach Katie Cline asked her team for one last burst of energy. “We were up 12 points at halftime, but spent too much time standing around during the first half,” Cline […]

Rawlins native receives academic journal’s prize

Rawlins native receives academic journal’s prize

By Emma Diercks ediercks@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – A Rawlins native is making big academic steps in the University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy. Patrick Cuin, a first-year pharmacy student, received the “Journal of Endocrinology” prize from the Zoology and Physiology department in January. The “Journal of Endocrinology” is a leading global journal that publishes original research […]

Lady Miners get a top seed in Laramie 1A regional; open this afternoon

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com HANNA — For Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow’s girls’ basketball team, every game was important in determining seeding inside Class 1A’s Southeastern quadrant. After playing on the west side for several seasons, HEM this year was switched to the west side. “Being in the Southeast quadrant was much different than the Southwest, for […]

New Extension Office Personnel

New Extension Office Personnel

                    By Emma Diercks ediercks@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – New programs concerning sustainable rangeland management will soon be implemented through Carbon County Extension. Abby Perry started her new position on Feb. 16 as an Extension Educator. Perry specializes in sustainable management of rangeland resources. The University of Wyoming […]

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