Medicine Bow — For more than a decade, power companies throughout the Western states – including Texas which has the majority of wind investments of all states — have embraced the vision that the region will become the epicenter of wind energy development.
On Jan. 4, Memorial Hospital of Carbon County (MHCC) announced that they will continue their drive-thru COVID-19 testing in conjunction with Carbon County School District No. 1 (CCSD1). Testing will be offered at the CCSD1 bus barn located at 1600 Harshman St. in Rawlins. Since Dec. 1, MHCC …
The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission is planning some changes to trapping rules in the state, which has reform advocates feeling encouraged while also hoping for more change.
Carbon County Public Health has released a schedule for COVID-19 vaccination clinics for individuals aged 70 years and older. Please see the following dates for vaccination clinics at senior centers throughout the county:
According to the news release issued by the Carbon County Public Health Department, the first vaccinations will be administered to the residents and staff at the Saratoga Care Center nursing home for individuals age 70 and over. The dates will be:
Stalking is a serious, prevalent crime that impacts every community across the United States. Jan. is Stalking Awareness Month. This campaign began in 2004 as a way to help the public identify what exactly stalking is.
Consider the science, and recognize that even with multiple uses protected, there is a tipping point for mule deer herd health in southeastern Wyoming—this is the advice members of a statewide advisory group gave the Platte Valley Mule Deer Local Area Working Group during its second meeting Friday.
On Aug. 4, 2020, the Rawlins Police Department dispatch received a 911 call to respond to an unresponsive baby on the 600 block of Seventh Street in Rawlins.
The City of Rawlins will continue the changes to their operations in response to COVID-19. These changes have been in effect since Nov. 2020, and will continue through at least Jan. 25, 2021. They may be extended if necessary.
On Christmas Eve, Carbon County Public Health and the Memorial Hospital of Carbon (MHCC) received a unique and long-anticipated gift: 500 initial doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Shortly thereafter, Dr. Duane Abels became the first person in Carbon County to receive the vaccine, which …
In Aug. 2020, the Rawlins Chamber of Commerce welcomed new Executive Director Magen Donivan. In a year of tumult and change, Donivan was a much-needed anchor for the Chamber of Commerce and the business community of Rawlins.
This weekend, spread out on the ice and naturally socially distant, the Mother Mountain Anglers will host their fifth annual Kids Ice Fishing Clinic in Carbon County.
It won’t be long before Rawlins adds a new name and face to their fire department. Starting in January 2021, Blain Schumacher will join the Rawlins Fire Department as its new fire chief.
“I do not support delaying this project for any length of time. I will lawyer up and we will start playing that game.” This was the final comment from Rod Fisher, Director of Community Relations for PacifiCorp, Rocky Mountain Power, in response to the Carbon County Commissioner’s December 15…
If you pass by the intersection of Third Street and West Buffalo Street in Rawlins, you may notice a gleaming, new sign on a familiar business. Now hanging on the Bank of Commerce building is a vibrant sign marked by a blue background and a golden bison.
There were two bits of good news amidst all the tragedy of the worsening pandemic news nationally this past week, and as COVID-19 cases and deaths continued to climb in Carbon County.
The Carbon County Board of Commissioners are looking into adopting new policies and rules regarding vehicle weight, sizes and permits on county roads.