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Outlaws fall to Blazers in regular-season finale

Outlaws fall to Blazers in regular-season finale

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com TORRINGTON — Corey Wheeler minced few words Friday night after watching his team’s final performance of the regular season. “If you don’t want it, you can’t win it,” Wheeler said following his Outlaws’ 50-28 loss at Torrington. “It’s not an execution thing. It’s nothing like that. It’s more of a heart […]

Boxscore: Torrington 50, Rawlins 28

Torrington 50, Rawlins 28 Rawlins                   0            8            14            6—28 Torrington            7            22            7            14—50   First quarter T — SMiller 5 run (Stitt kick), 5:14 Second quarter T — SMiller 75 run (Pd Miller pass from Canaday), 9:58 T — Carr 17 pass from Canaday (Stitt […]

All wrapped up

All wrapped up

Gwynn Fross wraps Analisa Waeckerlin in toilet paper during a “Mummy Race” Thursday evening at the Boys and Girls Club. The objective of the race is to wrap your partner in an entire roll of toilet paper as fast as possible. The race was part of the club’s Fall Festival, which also served as an […]

Mule deer tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease in Carbon County

Mule deer tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease in Carbon County

By David Louis RAWLINS — Officials at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s disease laboratory in Laramie recently confirmed a 4-year-old mule deer buck taken in Carbon County during hunting season tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). Although the exact number of animals infected with CWD is not known, Game and Fish collects samples […]

‘Chalked’ full of history

‘Chalked’ full of history

By Han Cheung RAWLINS – For many years, a blank chalkboard hung on a wall in the basement of Harvestime Ministries on Walnut Street. Since the chalkboard was located in the church’s storage room and fastened to the wall, nobody paid much attention to it – until recently. According to pastor E.J. Ridgway, the church […]

Sure looks strange to me…

Sure looks strange to me…

Courtney Dilworth’s horse wears a One-Eyed, One-Horned, Flying Purple People Eater costume at Saturday’s Halloween Games at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. Several riders showed up in costume.

All-Star hardware

All-Star hardware

True Value named Hardware Store All-Star for Wyoming By Han Cheung hcheung@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – In sports, All-Star rosters usually have limited space. The Home Channel Network’s Hardware Store All Stars is just as exclusive: only one store from each state can earn the honor. True Value of Rawlins was revealed as Wyoming’s 2014 representative in […]

Outlaws double-up Lander, clinch 3A playoff spot

Outlaws double-up Lander, clinch 3A playoff spot

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com Corey Wheeler prefers to have his Rawlins High School football team get off to a quick start. While his squad flipped the script on their head coach Friday night, the desired result still glowed on the Outlaw Stadium scoreboard. Grinding up nearly 600 yards in total offense — led by quarterback […]

Boxscore: Rawlins 42, Lander Valley 20

Lander           0          0          7          13—20 Rawlins         6          8          0          28—42  Scoring First quarter RAW — Palmer 20 run (pass failed), 11:21 Second quarter RAW — Krening 18 pass from Allard (Wall pass from Allard), 1:14 Third quarter LAN — Simpson 53 pass from VonRein (Scott kick), 3:52 Fourth quarter RAW — Krening 1 run (pass […]

Kindness a hit at RES

Kindness a hit at RES

By P.J. Cook pcook@rawlinstimes.com RAWLINS – Kindness may be an innate gift for some, but others are taught the characteristic at a young age. Rachel’s Challenge Program Presenter Kristi Krings wanted to help Rawlins Elementary School (RES) students understand the power of kindness Thursday. Krings’ mission: to encourage elementary school students to live a life […]

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