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RAWLINS – Flowers, family decorations, religious objects. These were among just some of the items that typically adorn gravesites recently removed by city workers cleaning the Rawlins Cemetery, according to numerous public complaints.

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SARATOGA – Following the recent announcement of plans for a Saratoga-based location, Memorial Hospital of Carbon County Board of Trustees selected a contractor for the future MHCC Health Center-Platte Valley during the June 25 board meeting, according to a recent press release.

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BAGGS – It all started in 1991. Well, really, it all started 1,500 years ago. For Curt Ogburn and Wade Golden, the journey to the excavation of the Ogburn-Golden Bison Jump near Baggs began almost 30 years ago, when the two high school students first found an old bison skull on state land. “…

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RAWLINS – Flowers, family decorations, religious objects. These were among just some of the items that typically adorn grave sites recently removed by city workers cleaning the Rawlins Cemetery, according to numerous public complaints.

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SARATOGA – The small, four-man, Saratoga Police Department is set to receive new body cameras and tasers. After minimal discussion, the purchase of five new body cameras and five new tasers was approved unanimously by Saratoga Town Council meeting on June 23.

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Witnesses told police that Albany County’s Republican Party chairman was drunk and responsible for the escalation in a fight with Carbon County’s chairman after the Wyoming Republican Party Convention in Gillette on Saturday.

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The number of confirmed coronavirus cases detected in Wyoming since the illness was first diagnosed in the state grew to 1,079 on Friday with the reporting of 27 new cases in nine counties.

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RAWLINS – With an estimated 900 aerial shells and multi-item cakes, with mortar sizes ranging between 3-6 inches, the city of Rawlins gets set to detonate what could possibly turn out to be a monumental display of fireworks next Saturday, at 10 p.m.

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SARATOGA – Saratoga’s Water and Sewer Board, otherwise known as the Saratoga Carbon County Impact Joint Powers Board, received approval for a $1 million Community Readiness Grant from the Wyoming State Loan and Investment Board.