The latest iteration of the Rawlins governing body has officially been sworn in.

During the meeting on Jan. 5, the outgoing council members were honored for their time serving in the government, while the new council prepared to take on a new year that will still see issues stemming from the coronavirus in every facet of life for the city, Carbon County and the state of Wyoming, from the economy to education to even smaller planned events throughout the rest of the year.

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