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Articles from the October 19, 2016 edition

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 By FW Broschart    Sports    October 19, 2016

Tigers track down 23

Encampment girls' volleyball has expanded its winning streak to 23-0 overall and 5-0 in the conference, despite a squeaker of a match against Little Snake River Valley in Baggs Friday. With Sierra...

 
 By Max Miller    News    October 19, 2016

New airport operator announced

After more than 35 years, Kim Lorenzen of Saratoga Aviation has started the process of selling-off his Fixed Base Operator (FBO) business at Shively Field to a new firm, Mountain Flight Services. The...

 
 By FW Broschart    News    October 19, 2016

Budgets, books and bullets

Riverside Town Council met Tuesday to take care of routine town business, discuss a donation to the Encampment branch of the Carbon County Library and to discuss becoming a gateway community for the Continental Divide Trail. In routine business, the...

 
 By FW Broschart    News    October 19, 2016

SCWEMS and the Divide

The Encampment Town Council Met Thursday and saw its regular meeting dominated by issues related to the South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Services (SCWEMS) and the opportunity to be a Continental Divide gateway community. After taking care of...

 
 By Max Miller    News    October 19, 2016

Employers help save lives too

One of the biggest problems facing any rural emergency service is how to minimize and compensate for any “gaps” in coverage. For South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Services (SCWEMS), whose...

 
 By Keith McLendon    Opinion    October 19, 2016

Two shades of grey and some colorful trouble

I didn’t set out to be a “crazy cat lady.” I have acquired three cats though and apparently three is the threshold for being dubbed such. For years I was cat-free–but in the summer of 2001 I...

 
 By Max Miller    News    October 19, 2016

A puzzle in wood

When Mikayla Larrow started working as the director of the Saratoga Museum this spring, she inherited what would be a prize-winning artifact–and a mystery. The Wyoming State Historical Society...

 
 Opinion    October 19, 2016

As the windmill turns

I appreciate opportunity to answer the editorial comment on my letter last week. The government report referenced compares wind turbine power when the turbine actually spins. The problem is the wind doesn’t cooperate 24 hours a day. The extra...

 
 By Max Miller    Sports    October 19, 2016

Pink Panthers split weekend

Once again, the Saratoga Panther volleyball team managed to split weekend matches, but they didn't walk away with the W they really wanted. After taking three of four sets at home against Hanna Elk...

 
 By Max Miller    Sports    October 19, 2016

Panthers fall to Grizzlies

In Saratoga High School’s Oct. 14 football game against Rocky Mountain High School, in Cowley, Wyo., all of the action came in the first half. Little of it was in the Panther’s favor. Despite a...

 
 By Staff Report    News    October 19, 2016

VA Clinic to hold open house

Beginning at 10 a.m. Oct. 21, the Rawlins Veterans’ Affairs Telehealth Clinic will be holding an open house at 1809 East Daley Street in Rawlins. According to a press release, at the open house veterans can get their flu vaccinations and learn...

 
 By Max Miller    News    October 19, 2016

Men with a plan

The Saratoga Planning Commission are six laymen armed with three-hundred page binders and charged with a daunting task. With about five members of the public attending their Oct. 11 meeting, the...

 
 By FW Broschart    News    October 19, 2016

Tap Dancing

The Saratoga Water and Sewer Joint Powers Board (sewer board) met Wednesday after a month without a regular meeting to dispense with accumulated business. The sewer board debated whether or not it had the authority to grant permission for a tap for t...