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Rocksprings High School’s graduating Class of 2019 - Eighteen seniors received high school diplomas at last Friday, May 24th commencement exercises.

Photo by RISD staff member Irene Varga

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RHS sophomore Corban Lyon will lead the Pride of the Plateau Angora Band this fall as Drum Major.

Mayor of the City of Rocksprings receives threats of harm

Editor’s Note: On Tuesday, May 21st, several search warrants were executed which resulted from various criminal charges being brought against a previous city official, their spouse and former city employees. Several firearms were found in the home of a felon and were confiscated. Five juveniles retaliated as they entered City Hall and expressed harsh words to two city employees and present Mayor Brian Wood.

The group then left, arrived on the RISD campus, and the following altercations between students and law enforcement then resulted. This is explained in the press release below submitted by Edwards County Sheriff. The investigation continues.

By Sheriff Pamela Elliott

On May 21, 2019 at approximately 10:45 a.m., the Edwards County Sheriff’s Office executed several search warrants in the 200 block of North Live Oak, 300 block of North Cedar Street, 900 North Cedar Street and the 400 block of South Well Street in the City of Rocksprings for evidence in support of the following charges for a previous city official and their spouse as well as prior city employees:

• Official Oppression



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