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Old Wyoming Battles on

The vibe was frenetic but friendly and I could hear music spilling from the Virginian Hotel in Medicine Bow as I pulled up to a full parking lot Saturday afternoon. I noticed tents dotting the area... Full story

 

Filming a 'Little' documentary

A documentary film crew made a stop in Saratoga Friday in pursuit of cowboy poet and Saratoga cowboy Daron Little. According to producer of the film, Mike Day of Intrepid Cinema, the crew has been keeping up with Little for just about a year, with... Full story

 

Step up to a facet at brewfest

The official State of Wyoming Microbrew Competition will be held Aug. 19 in Saratoga. Microbreweries from across Wyoming are slated to compete for the coveted Steinley Cup at the 22nd annual... Full story

 

Poe contemplates life after death

Broadway and film veteran Duffy Hudson brings his talent and fascination for Edgar Allan Poe to life in a unique one-man play at 7 p.m Thursday evening. in the Saratoga Branch Library at 503 West Elm Ave. Friends of the Saratoga Library presents... Full story

 

Toy tractors get play

The Platte Valley Arts Council will be holding the first annual Toy Tractor Display Show and Competition as part of Encampment’s Copper Days Festival. The show will be held in the livery stable of the Grand Encampment Museum from 2 -5 p.m.,... Full story

 

Trek 'in a rut'

Nineteen people gathered at the Saratoga Museum Saturday morning to take a trek out to Emigrant’s Crossing. Local historian and Valley chronicler, Dick Perue, gave a short overview of the trip to come and handed out flyers detailing events that... Full story

 

Horning in on trial

The Grand Encampment Museum (GEM) hosted another of its speaker series events at the Grand Encampment Opera House Thursday. Valley residents and visitors attending the talk learned about the trial of Tom Horn with speaker John Davis, an attorney and...

 

'King' keeps busy

King Coal days started Friday with a community barbecue, baseball games and Texas Hold-em poker games and wrapped up Sunday with Mud Drags. There was a lot in between. Saturday began with a 6 a.m. 5k... Full story

 

Digging up Tom Horn

The Grand Encampment Museum is sponsoring three free presentations. The first, on the Trial of Tom Horn, will be presented by John W. Davis on Thursday, July 27. The second presentation, on August 10, focuses on John Wesley Powell and the third is... Full story

 

Time to get gathered

Saratoga's own noted cowboy poet, humorist, storyteller, BS-er and master of ceremonies Chuck Larsen returns after a couple of years absence to emcee as well as star in this year's Saturday night... Full story

 

Thursday book signing features former local

"Friends of the Saratoga Library" enrichment program resumes this Thursday, July 13, at 7 p.m. in the Saratoga Public Library, when Saratoga Middle/High School graduate and author, Sarah Reichert,... Full story

 

Oak Ridge Boys sell out

William Lee Golden, Duane Allen, Richard Sterben and Joe Bosnall-known as the Oak Ridge Boys-came to the Platte Valley Community Center (PVCC) to benefit local charities on Saturday. The Oak Ridge... Full story

 

20 years of fashion, fur, fine art and fun

"Fashion, fur, fine art," said Laura Morrow when asked to describe her store Laura M Gallery on 102 West Bridge Avenue. The business celebrated 20 years of being open although the location has... Full story

 

Bees abuzz in Carbon County

A youth baseball program similar to the Utah Jazz basketball program is coming to Carbon County. The Salt Lake Bees will be sponsoring the program. The Salt Lake Bees, headquartered in Salt Lake City, are a triple-A affiliate of the Major League...

 

'Russell'ing up some fun

Bryon Russell played with the Utah Jazz on the team that was a contender for the NBA championship two years in row. Russell is often remembered for guarding Michael Jordan as Jordan made the clutch... Full story

 

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Wednesday: Spaghetti/meat sauce, Italian veggies, garlic bread, citrus fruit, milk. Thursday: Oven chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, broccoli, wheat bread, peaches, milk. Friday: Tuna salad sandwich, veggie soup, pickle spear, fruited jell-o, whipped... Full story

 

Kiwanis news

Kiwanis celebrated their 27th birthday May 18 at the Saratoga Resort, members and guests heard a history program by Saratoga Museum director Mikayla Larrow. The $400 Scholarship winner from Encampment High School was Ariana Mckinney while Katie... Full story

 

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