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Articles from the September 7, 2017 edition

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Saratoga, Hanna meet at the net

The Saratoga Lady Panthers had a busy week, facing off against the Wildcats of North Park High School in Walden Thursday, and against the Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow Lady Miners Friday. The Panthe... Full story

 

Lady Miners take losses, gain experience in learning season

The Hanna–Elk Mountain–Medicine Bow (HEM) girls' volleyball team had flashes of being really good against Saratoga's Lady Panthers, but came up on the losing side when it was all over. In the... Full story

 

Eugene Bashor

Eugene Bashor, 91, died August 28, 2017 at Kinzua Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, Warren, Pennsylvania. In recent years, Eugene lived with his brother and family in Pennsylvania. For most of his life though, he lived and worked in Wyoming. For... Full story

 

Madaline Fern Forbes

Madaline Fern Forbes was born on Feb. 13, 1929, and died Aug. 28, 2017. Memorial services for Madaline Fern Forbes, 88, will be conducted Sept. 5, 2017 at 2 p.m. at the Saratoga Cemetery Chapel.... Full story

 

Nuisance on line

The Saratoga Town Council held its first meeting of September, and quickly worked its way through the meeting agenda, only slowing to address some constituent concerns about the town’s new nuisance ordinance that came into effect Sept 1. During... Full story

 

Med Bow welcomes new council member

The Medicine Bow Town Council met 7 p.m. August 14, to have Trevor Strauch join the council and to approve the transfer of liquor license from JoAnne Bennett of the Diplodocus Bar, to Christopher and Mary Strauch, doing business as C. Spear Bar and... Full story

 

Copper Days ready to shine

The Copper Days Festival is getting ready to celebrate 23 years of giving families the opportunity to have fun watching vintage tractors vie for the title of strongest tractor. The event kicks off with a tractor parade at 10 a.m. Saturday. The Platte... Full story

 

Divide reunites building, food

"A customer came in on our second day of being open, ordered a pizza to go and when we gave it to him, he gave us a three dollar tip," said The Divide owner JoElla Vacher. "An hour later, he came... Full story

 

Firewater gets past renovations, growing pains

In February, Danny Burau, owner of Saratoga's new restaurant Firewater Public House, told the Saratoga Sun in an interview that he hoped the restaurant-which was undergoing renovation at the... Full story

 

Trust in books

Ryta Sondergard, Community Relations Director for Sinclair Wyoming Refining Company (Sinclair), has been working with Book Trust for two years. Sinclair, through Sondergard's understanding of the... Full story

 

Strong Panther defense can't hold Rangers

The Saratoga Panthers hit the gridiron at Kemmerer over the weekend, but a strong defensive effort was not enough to allow the cats to claw their way to victory over the 2A Kemmerer Rangers. The Panthers were shutdown by a score of 34-0 against... Full story

 

HEM crushes St. Stephens

The Hanna–Elk Mountain–Medicine Bow, (HEM) Miners football team destroyed the St. Stephens Eagles 57 to 2. "Week one game was a good learning experience. We needed to get out a play to see where... Full story

 

X-Country takes off in Sinclair

The Saratoga Middle/High School (SMHS) cross country team participated in the Rawlins Invite this weekend. The invite, the second of the year for the team, was held at Sinclair Golf Course. High school varsity boys competed in the 5K at the event, an... Full story

 

Garden grows for 9/11

Kay Embree, member of American Legion Auxiliary (ALA), approached the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and the ALA about a grant to help get the Medicine Bow community garden cleaned up for a 9/11 memorial service, and was... Full story