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 By Mike Armstrong    News    February 21, 2018 

Hanna uncovered

The Hanna Town Council met at 6 p.m. on Feb. 13 to go over business as usual and hear reports from the boards. Matt Cox, South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Services (SCWEMS) Hanna board member told the council that due to the departure of four E...

 

Miners No. 1 seed in Southeast

The Hanna, Medicine Bow, Elk Mountain (HEM) High School boys basketball had three games in one week. It was a mixed bag on results. The Miners lost to Cheyenne East Sophomores 72-59, then beat...

 

Week wraps well

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) girls basketball team had three games in one week. Losing to Cheyenne East Sophomores 40-32 and Guernsey-Sunrise 48-42, the Lady Miners beat Saratoga 43-20 on...

 

Meet the team: HEM Wrestling

Robbie Marta Robbie Marta has lived in Hanna for three years and is a senior. He has been wrestling since coming to Wyoming. Marta was born in Colorado and went to school in Denver South–a large 4A...

 

Four Miner wrestlers head to State

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) wrestling head coach Lyle Richardson said he was pleased how well his wrestlers did at the Regionals at Burns. “We were led by Nick McDaniel and Jon Nelsen again and it has been nice to watch them perform thi...

 

Ten to State

The majority of Saratoga’s high school wrestling team are going to State after competing at the 2A West Regional in Ethete. “10 wrestlers out of 14 are going,” Zach Schmidt, head wrestling coach said, “We did really well at regionals and Jaxo...

 

Council hears economic update

The Saratoga Town Council met at 6 p.m. on Feb. 6 to take care of regular business and listen to Cindy Wallace, Carbon County Economic Development Council (CCEDC), executive director, give an update on current projects in the county. She said the...

 

A date with Turtles

I love Valentine’s Day. I always have. I can remember as a wee tyke, Valentine’s Day was exciting because of how many little Valentine’s cards and candies I would get. Valentine’s Day was great for another reason. Every since I can remember,...

 

Wresting 16 in Hanna

Friday and Saturday, Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School hosted the Carbon County Wrestling Invite. Last year over 20 teams attended the tournament but this year the invite had 16. "I...

 

Miners fall to Tiger attack

Saturday, the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High school basketball teams went to Encampment and left empty handed. The Lady Miners were coming off a two game winning streak before the Saturd...

 

Felines find guardian angel

Cuddles, Boo and Brett all want the same thing. A permanent home. Sister Marie Martin, living in Medicine Bow is giving them a temporary one. Currently she has eight charges and one cat that is her ow...

 

Self-published Selkies

Karen Heath is the town clerk of Medicine Bow. She is also an author of five books featuring Selkies that make their home in Maine. A Selkie is a legendary creature originating in Irish folklore and...

 

SCWEMS meets with towns' officials

South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Services (SCWEMS) Board Chairman Jeb Steward had a meeting with local municipality elected officials at 6 p.m. on Jan. 31 to get a consensus on proposed second amendment changes to the SCWEMS joint powers...

 

Panthers hit by injury, illness

Saratoga High School wrestlers hosted two Colorado teams, Sorrocco and West End from Kremmling and Rawlins. It was the last time for the home crowd to see seniors Preston Dew, Torin Hedley and Jaxon...

 

Miners go to Rawlins

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) high school wrestling team went to Rawlins on Saturday in the Rumble in Rawlins dual team tournament. Lyle Richardson, HEM head wrestling coach, said his team faced highly ranked competition from Colorado...

 

Battling Longhorns

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) high school girls basketball team faced Rock River on Saturday. The first half was close and it was a battle. Then the Lady Miners started to have the game get...

 

Miners corral Longhorns

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) high school basketball team faced the Rock River High School Longhorns and had a convincing victory to show fans at the HEM gym the Miners are a team that c...

 

Medicine Bow Heats Up

On Saturday, the Virginian Hotel was the venue for the Midwinter Meltdown which featured seven bands from Laramie. The Meltdown was the brainchild of Jeff Deloe a year ago. Deloe left Laramie this...

 

PacifiCorp comes out 'flat'

Invernegy had an open house for residents of northern Carbon County from 3-7 p.m. on Thursday at the Medicine Bow Community Center. The company is headquartered in Chicago and is North America's...

 

Miners try to dig in at Saratoga

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) wrestlers went up against a Saratoga team that was waiting for them. Saratoga hosted HEM and North Park from Walden, Colo. on Jan. 23. "The Panthers did a great...

 

Good week marred

Saratoga Head Wrestling Coach Zach Schmidt was pleased with his wrestlers' performances on Jan. 23, when the Panthers hosted Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) and North Park from Walden. On Frid...

 

Injury, attitude buries Miners

Friday, the Encampment Tigers came to Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School and walked away with a 47-71 victory. The score does not indicate how close the game was in the first half....

 

Lady Miners lose two tough games

Thursday the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) girls basketball team faced Cheyenne East sophomore team. Given that three of the Lady Miner starters are in ninth grade and has only one senior, t...

 

Commissioners name 3 to Library Board

After reviewing 11 applicants for three open library board seats, the Carbon County Commissioners filled the vacancies at a meeting on Monday. Linda Fleming from Baggs, Patty Hays and Mike Morrell from Rawlins were the candidates selected. “We...

 

Blue Platte specials

The Hotel Wolf Hotel Wolf's Wednesday Dinner Specials have been a tradition offered for years, but not everyone knows its roots date back to when the pool league started 20 years ago. "Kirsten and I,...

 

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