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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.

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Truckin’ along

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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.

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Judge Becky Moody from Wheatland, with the assistance of Brianna Seilaff (RHS Cheer), scrutinizes a jelly entry on Sunday during the Carbon County Fair.

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WLC’s Kelsey Shmidt is assisted by Maggie and Boyd Duncan with their duck pond game during the Carbon County Fair in Rawlins this past weekend.

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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.

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Katie Dugger, 16, of Encampment, clips her sheep "Solo" during the Carbon County Fair on Monday in Rawlins.