Our times may have changed but not our commitment to our community. Starting Sept. 23, our offices will be open to the public between the hours of 10 a.m. until noon Monday through Friday. For your convenience you can still drop off payments, news stories or questions in the two drop boxes l…

Meet your neighbor, Kellie Kemp. Kellie moved to Rawlins in 2016 for a change of scenery. She also moved to be closer to her brother, Aaron Kiker. Kellie is an ad director with Rawlins Times. In her off time, Kellie says she likes to go fishing and kaiaking around the Carbon County area. She…

Meet Melissa Duran. A Wyoming native, Duran Melissa grew up in Cheyenne and moved to Rawlins to marry her husband. They have been together for 26 years. Melissa is currently working for Rawlins National Bank. Say hi to Melissa next time you see her!

Meet your neighbor, Ashton Beals – a Saratoga resident for the past five months. Ashton moved to Saratoga to work at Brush Creek Ranch. After, she began working at Valley Foods in Saratoga. She now works as a general assignment reporter for Rawlins Times. “I kind of went from the Ranch to th…

In Saturday’s editorial titled, “Try not to make eye contact,” it misled that Steve Lindly, WDOC deputy director, referred to DOC institutions “Wyoming Inns.” The term was used by the writer as an adjective.

Elna P. Hewitt, age 77, 1941-2019, of Huron, SD and formerly of Rawlins, WY, passed away on Saturday February 28, 2019 at the Huron Regional Medical Center in Huron, SD. Her graveside service will be at the Rawlins Cemetery at 10 a.m. MDT on Friday, June 8, 2019. Arrangements are under the d…

In Wednesday’s edition of the Rawlins Times, in the article titled “Rawlins remembers,” it misstated that two officers have been killed in Wyoming State Penitentiary history. Actually, four officers were killed in the line of duty in the 80 years the old Wyoming State Pen was in operation.

In Wednesday’s edition of the Rawlins Times, in the article titled, “City discusses culling deer population,” it misstated the amount of deer that tested positive for chronic wasting disease. Twelve mule deer have been tested for CWD. Three of those 12 deer have tested positive for CWD.

In Saturday’s edition an article titled, “18 students win Congressional Recognition,” did not include Rawlins High School Senior Makaylah Berkovitz. Berkovitz won a Gold Congressional Award, requiring more than 800 hours of community service over the course of two years. She served in Studen…

In the article titled, “Boswell Springs wind farm halts construction,” it was stated Rocky Mountain Power was involved in two contract disputes with Boswell Wind, LLC. Rocky Mountain Power is involved in a single contract dispute to be heard before the Wyoming Public Service Commission.

Haley Sisneros from Rawlins maintained a 4.0 GPA and has been named a part of Western Wyoming Community College Dean’s Part-Time Honor Roll for the Fall 2018 semester.

In the article titled, “Veteran Spotlight: Rawlins resident, Navy vet G.T. Larson,” it was stated that he attended the World’s Fair in Brest, France. Rather, Larson was issued leave from the port of Brest, France to travel to the World’s Fair held in Brussels, Belgium.

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