Martinez mural vandalized
LARAMIE — Despite the urgings of the University of Wyoming, the Laramie City Council on Wednesday passed an ordinance on its third and final reading in an attempt to regulate the use of non-municipal water within city limits.
RAWLINS – It was in the opening moments of the July 21 meeting of the Rawlins City Council when Councilman DeBari Martinez delved into Frank Lucero’s plight.
CARBON COUNTY – After being out of school for five months, Carbon County students will return to their respective classrooms in just a little more than a week.
CARBON COUNTY – A Sinclair woman is facing 80 years in prison or thousands of dollars in fines after being found guilty on multiple counts of forgery this week.
RAWLINS – Having recently approved and received a $350,000 grant from the State Loan and Investment Board, Memorial Hospital of Carbon County looks to use a new way to combat novel coronavirus, according to hospital officials.
CARBON COUNTY – Carbon County will soon switch to a different mass notification provider, after a discussion at the county board of commissioners’ meeting on Tuesday.
Open Class Foods Superintendent Tim Kunz displays a blue ribbon winner, raspberry jam, submitted by Autumn Cozzens this past weekend at the Carbon County Fair in Rawlins. According to Kunz, Cozzens’ mom insisted Autumn do everything herself, even writing out her entry form and label.
RAWLINS – The city of Rawlins is evaluating the possibility of extending E. Miller St to Higley Blvd and is seeking the input of the residents, according to a Friday press release.
CHEYENNE — Candidates seeking the Democratic nomination in Wyoming’s U.S. Senate race this year discussed their stances on a wide range of issues Thursday night, including health care reform, climate change and economic diversification.
CHEYENNE — Republican candidates vying to become Wyoming’s next U.S. senator discussed their stances on a wide range of issues, including the federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic, health care reform and protests against racism, during a two-part forum Tuesday night in Sheridan.