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 By F Broschart    Business    June 22, 2016

Master plan shows path for growth

The town of Saratoga recently was given a copy of the new master plan for the town by Community Builders, Inc., the firm that was hired to produce the plan. The master plan is 254 pages including all... Full story

 

Cary makes million dollar club

Earning membership in The Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), an organization of insurance and financial professionals that recognizes achievement in the industry, is, according to Saratoga New York Life representative Brad Cary, “a pretty big... Full story

 
 By Max Miller    Business    May 11, 2016

'Boardom' ending at Saratoga sawmill

By Wednesday, May 11, the first shift will have started at the long-dormant Saratoga sawmill, according to Gary Ervin. Ervin, the managing partner of Saratoga Forest Management (SFM), is a 50 percent... Full story

 

Change of scenery

Engineering Associates moved from its old offices on East Bridge Avenue in Saratoga to a new location at 211 N. First Street last week. The company’s new offices are smaller than their previous office on Bridge Street, but it is a more efficient... Full story

 
 By Max Miller    Business    March 30, 2016

Mill reopening delayed until mid April

By the middle of April, Saratoga residents will know whether the "No Truck" signs installed on Bridge Street are going to be effective or not. Gary Ervin, managing partner at Saratoga Forest...

 

Chamber celebrates year of successes

The Saratoga Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce (SPVCC) Annual Dinner celebrated local businesses, people and organizations once more. The Red Wagon and The Trading Post were New Business and Business...

 

The Trading Post celebrates 30 years of business

"It's the biggest little store in the country," said Mark Rauterkus, owner of the Trading Post in Encampment. At the Trading Post, Rauterkus holds his spot behind the counter, while regulars enjoy foo...

 

Retiring from retirement

When Dee Trease and her husband Tom sold the Roadrunner Restaurant and Saloon in New River Ariz,. back in 2003, they thought they were moving to the Platte Valley to retire. Turns out Dee is great at...

 
 By Liz Wood    Business    January 28, 2015

Glode is panelist for Leap into Leadership

Carbon County Commissioner Lindy Glode has been invited to be a panelist for the annual Leap into Leadership 2015 Thursday and Friday. Wyoming Leap into Leadership was started in 2008 to invite women...

 
 By Liz Wood    Business    January 21, 2015

Bailey encourages growth

Keith Bailey said he liked the mission of the Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce (SPVCC), which is "Serving the Valley businesses and visitors by enhancing our economic vibrancy." Saratoga,...

 

PMPC changes hands

Engineering Associates (EA) announced Thursday that it recently acquired PMPC-Civil Engineers in Saratoga. This seven-person firm provides municipal engineering services to a number of towns in south-central Wyoming. PMPC also does civil engineering...

 
 By Liz Wood    Business    January 14, 2015

Chamber members humbled by awards

The business people of Saratoga celebrated a successful year with the Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce and recognized those who were selected and voted on by their peers. The Saratoga Resort...

 
 By Liz Wood    Business    December 24, 2014

DKRW meets minimum requirement

Editor’s note: This is the first of two stories on the sixth-month DKRW meeting required by the Industrial Siting Council. While this article is focused on the content presented, next week’s... Full story

 
 By Doug Radunich    Business    June 4, 2014

Saratoga Golf course chips in for summer

Although recent flooding had closed it temporarily, the newly-revamped Saratoga Golf Course is expected to receive more play from clubbers around the state. Matt Daubner, Course Manager and PGA Golf... Full story

 
 By Mike Dunn    Business    May 14, 2014

Town hires new treasurer

The town of Saratoga has a new face balancing its checkbook, as Sammy Flohr becomes the town treasurer. Flohr, who refers to himself as a "recovering Greeny", is originally from Lakewood, Colo., but...

 
 By Doug Radunich    Business    May 14, 2014

Crimmins reappointed to PVCC Joint Powers Board

Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Stacy Crimmins has been reappointed to serve on the Platte Valley Community Center Joint Powers Board. Crimmins has served on the...

 
 By Doug Radunich    Business    May 14, 2014

Wake up and smell the coffee

After inventing a specialized coffee cup, Saratoga businessman Mitch Bangert is savoring in his success and earning acclaim from coffee lovers worldwide. For his growing coffee cup business, the...

 

Store blooming after 30 years

After three decades of business in the Valley, The Flower Pot florist in Saratoga is still going strong. Owner/designer Connie McGuire said it is hard to believe it has been 30 years since she opened...

 
 By Mike Dunn    Business    March 5, 2014

Elder comes to Community Center

Joe Elder has taken over as Executive Director at the Platte Valley Community Center (PVCC). The Saratoga resident brings a wide array of abilities to the position. Elder said that combining his previ...

 

New staff at Old Baldy

The Old Baldy Club is known for it world class golfing, prime fishing and upscale resort. Now in its 50th year, Old Baldy Club is filled with new staff members to continue its long tradition. At the h...

 

TIPS training on tap for liquor servers

Keeping a community safe — sometimes it happens in the most unusual places. And a few local people are keeping our community safe one drink at a time. Several bartenders, waiters, waitresses and oth...

 

Businesses ready for chariot crowd

The town of Saratoga will surely gain an economic boost during the 34th annual Donald E. Erickson Chariot Races this weekend. Saratoga resident Rosemary Erickson said she was excited for another year...

 

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