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Library board faces sudden lack of quorum

The Bess Sheller room at the Rawlins Public Library was full as the Carbon County Library Board convened at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17 for a special meeting. After calling the meeting to order and...

Glode to retire from commissioner post

"My husband, Mike, and I decided a few months ago we wanted to go to Arizona for the month of February," Lindy Glode, Carbon County Commissioner, said. "And my intention was we would come back a...

Planning the music

The first Riverside Town Council meeting of 2018 was very similar to the last one of 2017. The Riverside Town Council did not have a quorum for their regularly scheduled Dec. 14 meeting and had rescheduled for Dec. 19. WHATFest and proposed...

Chamber and casino

It was business as usual for the Encampment Town Council’s first meeting of 2018. The council approved the expenditures on advertising for the Winter Carnival and prize money for the events, the 5th penny educational campaign, and their...

SES 'goes Outback'

Paul Taylor, an artist and educator based in Laramie, gives multicultural interdisciplinary workshops that incorporate music, art, storytelling and dance into an Australian Aboriginal style product...

The 40 percent guess

The Hanna Town Council met at 6 p.m. on Jan. 9 to listen to Karl Smith from Engineering Associates speak about the new pipes to be installed in Old Town and Elmo. Pipes became the topic of the night when Mayor Tony Poulos asked Dave Sutter, Water...

HEM goes 3-1

"We went 3-1 last week," Cliff Jones, Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School head basketball coach said. He was pleased with what he saw with his team most of the games. HEM beat the...

Lady Miners split week

The Lady Miners met the Rawlins 10th grade basketball team on Jan 9 at and most players of Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) could not find a way to score against the Lady Outlaws. "I do have...

Panthers lose 2 heartbreakers

The Saratoga Panthers hosted the Farson-Eden Pronghorns and the Cokeville Panthers in the Panther Den over the weekend. Both days saw Saratoga dealing with losses as the Pronghorns narrowly escaped...

Win one, lose one

Encampment Lady Tigers had a split weekend for homecoming, losing their first game against the Cokeville Panthers and winning their second game against the Farson-Eden Pronghorns. With both games...

Tigers go 1-1 for homecoming weekend

Encampment Tigers hosted the Cokeville Panthers and the Farson-Eden Pronghorns over the weekend. While the Tigers were able to dispatch the Panthers on Friday, Saturday found the Pronghorns escaping...

Lady Panthers drop two in tough weekend

Saratoga's Lady Panthers hosted the Farson-Eden Lady Pronghorns and Cokeville's Lady Panthers over the weekend. Adjusting to the recent loss of their top scorer, Aubrey Berger, the young Lady...

Hanna wrestlers get work in

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School wrestling squad was on the road Thursday at North Park, Colo. and Friday and Saturday in Pavilion for the Don Runner Invite. “The Wind River (Don Runner) Invite is a tough mid season...

King places first at Runner invite

“We wrestled a lot better at this tournament,” Zach Schmidt, Saratoga High School head wrestling coach said. “The boys were more focused.” Schmidt was happy to see Jaxon King place first in his weight class of 120 over Quenton Hecker from...

Sports go green too

I have been told by semi-reliable sources (yes, you Carrie) that green is neutral for our school district. I will explain further because that statement is probably a bit confusing. The Encampment...

I'm gonna get you, sucka!

Any group running an event with longevity knows that to keep people interested it has to keep things fresh. Case in point: the Saratoga Lake Ice Fishing Derby. Started in 1983, with two prizes of...

Senior center sent new seats

Donna Pipher, Hanna Senior Center Director, said when a woman came into the facility, she thought it was to use the bathrooms. "The lady walked around for a few minutes and then came up to me and...

Gary 'Guerney' Innis

Gary Innis (Guerney) was born June 19, 1948 and passed away January 6, 2018. He is survived by his sister, Sherry; nephew, Chad; Chad’s son, Logan Powell; and many, many wonderful friends. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Gary was a...

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