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‘Steward of RHS’

‘Steward of RHS’

By Han Cheung hcheung@rawlinstimes.com With former principal Dan Hadden’s resignation made official Sept. 25, Rawlins High School interim principal Travis Moore considers himself a “steward” of the school until the district decides on Hadden’s replacement. “I’m going to build on the foundation laid by my predecessor,” Moore said. Moore said he learned a lot as […]

History of Outlaw Week

History of Outlaw Week

By Han Cheung While Rawlins High School organized its first formal sports team – basketball – in 1911, the name “Outlaw” didn’t appear in the RHS annals until the 1921-22 school year. That year, the school’s sports consisted of baseball, tennis and basketball – with only the basketball team playing official matches. The first Outlaw […]

Krening means backfield business in Outlaws’ romp of Buffalo

Krening means backfield business in Outlaws’ romp of Buffalo

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com Rawlins High School football coach Corey Wheeler had a few plans to feature senior running back Jalen Krening Friday night against visiting Buffalo. The senior certainly did not run from the spotlight, either. More precisely, Krening ran north and south toward the goal lines. Running hard time and time again, Krening […]

Friday night scoreboard

PREP FOOTBALL FINALS Rawlins 27, Buffalo 7 Shoshoni 53, Saratoga 0 HEM 68, Rock River 22 Prep volleyball regular season Saratoga 25-, 25-, 25-, Wyoming Indian -20, -15, -18 Prep volleyball tournament Casper Invitational Riverton 25-, 25-, Rawlins -23, -13 Gillette 25-, 25-, Rawlins -23, -13 Central 25-, 25-, Rawlins -21, -22

Boxscore: Rawlins 27, Buffalo 7

Rawlins 27, Buffalo 7 Buffalo         0       0        7        0—7   Rawlins       0       7         7      13—27 Second quarter RAW — Palmer 30 pass from Allard (Ortega kick), 3:50 Third quarter RAW […]

Future Union Wireless building may have spot on historic register

Future Union Wireless building may have spot on historic register

By Han Cheung RAWLINS – Construction is coming along on the Union Wireless building on the west end of town. The structure may even soon be listed on the Wyoming Register of Historic Places. Jan Fasselin and Miguel Alvarado of Union Wireless met with Brian Beadles of the Wyoming State Preservation Office in Rawlins on Thursday […]

Big block for a Rawlins boy

Big block for a Rawlins boy

Canaday’s Camaro project not for the faint of heart By P.J. Cook RAWLINS – Getting a driver’s license is a memorable day in every high school student’s life. Having a car to drive is another matter. Tayler Canaday is 14 and he already has a head start on his classmates. He is restoring a 1969 […]

More research required on earthquakes at Wertz and Lost Soldier oil fields

More research required on earthquakes at Wertz and Lost Soldier oil fields

By David Louis RAWLINS — Though not as prolific as California, Wyoming is a seismically active state. A multi-year study conducted by the Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS) sought to answer the question whether injection and disposal well activity by industry has contributed to earthquakes in the recent past. After evaluating data and records for […]

Physical therapy facility on the horizon

Physical therapy facility on the horizon

By Han Cheung RAWLINS – When Fremont Therapy Group purchased the property on the southwest corner of Spruce and 10th streets more than a year ago, it was a barren lot with a few trees and a couple of recycling dumpsters. With L.M. Olson at the helm, construction activity has been buzzing at the site […]

Last club standing

Last club standing

By P.J. Cook RAWLINS – Rawlins movie buffs are unique in that they enjoy the only cinema club left in the state. All other similar clubs have expired, but the local gathering of cinema connoisseurs is alive and kicking. Club 1919 starts October 1st at 7:30 p.m. at the Rawlins movie theater. Tickets are $40 […]

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