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Articles from the October 11, 2017 edition

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Surprise drill staged at Saratoga Care Center

A security drill was conducted the morning of Sept. 30 at the Saratoga Care Center, during which the nursing home staff, an officer from the Saratoga Police Department, Saratoga Volunteer... Full story

 

Tourism summit takes in Saratoga

On Oct. 11-12, representatives of Wyoming Office of Tourism (WOT), Wyoming Travel Industry Coalition (WTIC), Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association (WLRA), Carbon County Visitors Council (CCVC) and people interested in the hospitality and... Full story

 

Transfer times talked

Adjustment to the changes at the landfill was the dominant topic at the Upper Platte River Solid Waste Disposal District (UPRSWDD) board meeting held 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Saratoga Town Hall. Bills, correspondence and the minutes from the meeting o... Full story

 

911 gets fix

The Saratoga Town Council met briefly for its first scheduled meeting of the month of October, then spent nearly one-and-a-half hours in executive session before adjourning. During the public portion of the meeting, council members approved a fix to... Full story

 

Med Bow appoints new member

The Medicine Bow town council convened a special meeting 7 p.m. on Sept. 18 to appoint a new council member and go over code and enforcement. At 7:02 p.m. the council went into executive session to appoint a new member to the council. Mayor Kevin... Full story

 

Editorial

The Saratoga Town Council is currently reviewing the Planned Unit Development (PUD) proposal submitted by the Saratoga Planning Commission. This plan is designed to allow more flexibility and creativity in site planning. The PUD also streamlines the... Full story

 

National Days daze

Here it is again. National Flatulence Day. In observance, I ate beans all day yesterday. You should see the look on my coworkers faces—I am worried they might stick like that. Okay, you got me. There is no specific National Flatulence Day. I... Full story

 

Rig, job counts up, coal rebounds slightly

Wyoming's economy showed several signs of improvement according to figures released by the Economic Analysis Division (EAD) of the Wyoming Department of Administration and Information, fueled largely... Full story

 

Lady Panthers perk up at Pronghorn

The Saratoga Lady Panthers hit the road and joined several of their local and conference rivals at Farson’s Pronghorn Invite Volleyball tournament Friday and Saturday. The Lady Panthers took on several teams during the conference, scoring wins... Full story

 

They're baack!

The Encampment Lady Tigers joined several conference rivals at the Farson Pronghorn Invite in Farson Friday and Saturday. Standing apart from conference rivals, the Lady Tigers swept the competition, winning all their weekend matches. The Tigers...

 

Saratoga plays tough in loss to Cokeville

The wind whipped out of the west and the temperature dropped Friday as the Saratoga Panthers football team hosted the Panthers of Cokeville. For the Saratoga Panthers, the game would go cold and... Full story

 

Youth downfall in Miner loss to Vikings

Zack Scott, the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School football coach said in the beginning of the season, he had a young team and there were going to be some games that would be difficult. The Guernsey-Sunrise Vikings were one of those...

 

Lady Miners get mixed net results in Farson

The Pronghorn Invite in Farson had the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School Lady Miners have a hard day on Friday, but Saturday the team showed they could have a bad day in the early stages of a tournament and not let it spoil the whol...

 

Saratoga strides at Sprague

The Saratoga Middle/High School Cross Country trekked to the state Capitol of Cheyenne Friday to run in the Leroy Sprague Invitational, which was held Friday at Prairie View Golf Course. The Invite... Full story