Home » Archives by category » News

Feasibility study released for Old Pen Guard Quarters

Feasibility study released for Old Pen Guard Quarters

By Han Cheung RAWLINS – Stakeholders got a glimpse of what could be the future of the Wyoming Frontier Prison Guards Quarters on Wednesday. Jerry Myers of Myers-Anderson Architects presented a feasibility study on the building to both Wyoming Frontier Prison staff and Carbon County Visitors Council (CCVC) board members. The primary plan is to […]

No frozen turkeys in Carbon County

No frozen turkeys in Carbon County

By David Louis RAWLINS — For those hankering for a fresh turkey this Thanksgiving, it cannot get much fresher than taking a bird straight from the forest. Turkey hunting is becoming an increasingly popular activity in Wyoming. In the fall, it is not uncommon to find hunters far afield stalking their prey. In hunt area […]

Soroptimist wine-tasting

Soroptimist wine-tasting

Photos by Han Cheung

Duck, duck… duck

Duck, duck… duck

(From left) Rawlins Middle School 7th graders Bryce Duff, Keenan Sapp and Kie Foster are dressed up Duck Dynasty style during lunch time on Friday. All RMS students were allowed to wear beards, hats and camouflage as part of Duck Dynasty Day.

Revitalizing history

Revitalizing history

By David Louis SINCLAIR — A revitalization is sweeping through historic downtown Sinclair. Fast on the heels of this summer’s project to revive Kistler’s Fountain after more than 60 years, town officials have set their sights on more improvements. Next to be completed by the end of the year or early 2015 — depending on the […]

Gov. Mead to propose additional spending during general session

Gov. Mead to propose  additional spending during general session

By David Louis RAWLINS — When Gov. Matt Mead finalizes his supplemental budget request, Wyoming legislators will have about one month to review the request before sending it for debate during the upcoming general session. Mead’s fiscal year 2016 budget is required to be finished by Dec. 1 before going on to the Joint Appropriations […]

Giving peace a chance

Giving peace a chance

By Han Cheung RAWLINS – Rainbows, doves and flowers – these are images commonly seen among the entries for the Lions Club’s annual International Peace Poster Contest. According to the Lions Club website, the organization has hosted the contest for more than 25 years, with millions of children from nearly 100 countries participating. The Rawlins […]

Highest honors for a recruit

Highest honors for a recruit

By Han Cheung Completing basic training is usually just a first step in a Sailor’s career. But for Codee Anderson, graduation day at the U.S. Navy Recruit Training Command on Oct. 24 was extra special because she was named recipient of the Military Excellence Award, which is the highest honor a recruit can earn. Anderson […]

Hospital bids farewell to longtime employee

Hospital bids farewell to longtime employee

By P.J. Cook RAWLINS – At Friday’s retirement party for Laura Clark at the Memorial Hospital of Carbon County, Chief Nursing Officer Amber Green joked about how long Clark had been there. “Jimi Hendrix, the Beatles and the Doors were all still alive,” Green said. “We still had not landed on the moon.” Clark retired […]

Lady Outlaws fall in 3A volleyball semifinals

Lady Outlaws fall in 3A volleyball semifinals

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com CASPER — Rawlins High School’s volleyball team was able to dig out of a 2-0 hole against Lovell during Thursday evening’s Class 3A quarterfinals. Friday night’s semifinals provided an entirely different scenario. Using a powerhouse hitting attack that seized all of the match’s momentum, Mountain View made swift and quick work […]

Page 1 of 71123Next ›Last »