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Bacterial meningitis reported in Hanna

*UPDATE* This story has been updated to reflect the closures of all elementary schools in the northern portion of Carbon County School District No. 2. *UPDATE: 11:46 a.m.* Below the original story,... Full story

Healthcare a tax issue?

The Healthcare Sustainability Project Subcommittee (HSPS) met Wednesday, Feb. 13 at the Platte Valley Community Center to discuss progress on healthcare in the Platte Valley and take questions on the...

Lease language languishes

Minimum standards and ground hangar leases were, again, a central topic of discussion during the regularly scheduled meeting of the Saratoga Airport Board at 1 p.m. on Feb. 13 at Saratoga Town Hall....

Table weighed down

In an approximately 20-minute Saratoga Planning Commission meeting every item on the agenda was tabled. During the Feb. 12 meeting, the commission briefly discussed four agenda items and decided that...

Germans to speak at Christian center

Reverend Stuart German, Assemblies of God (AG) missionary representative at Global University, will be the feature guest speaker at Platte Valley Christian Center AG, on Sunday, March 17, according...

Full house in Hanna

The Hanna Town Council met at 6 p.m. on Feb. 12 at the Hanna Town Hall with all council members and mayor in attendance. There was also a public hearing for a special use permit application submitted...

Repowering Foote

PacifiCorp, a regulated utility who serves 1.9 million customers in six western states, has applied for approval to repower the existing Foote Creek Rim 1 Wind Project located near Arlington, Wyo. Repowering will primarily involve removing the...

Ungulate perambulation conversation

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department invites members of the public to join in discussions about the management of mule deer migration corridors in the Platte Valley. Wildlife managers want to better define and understand the migration risks for big...

Schnieder to Shrine

The beginning of the Panther football season had the team switch from a 1A team to 6 man. There were not enough numbers to field a team larger than 6 man, but, due to the population of Saratoga High...

Lady Panthers headed to Lander

For their final home game of the season, the Saratoga Lady Panthers secured their first conference win of the season as they hosted the Encampment Lady Tigers (7-14. 1-7) on Thursday. The win against...

Two point turnout

It was a battle of wills on Thursday evening as the Saratoga Panthers hosted their Valley and conference rivals, the Encampment Tigers (20-1, 7-1). Despite the best efforts of the Panthers, the...

Lady Miners head to Douglas as No. 2 seed in 1A East Regionals

The last regular game of the season did not go as well as the Lady Miner basketball team would have liked. On Feb. 12 the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School girls basketball team...

Tigers in top spot headed to West Regionals

The Encampment Tigers remain No. 1 as they head into the 1A West Regional Tournament following a slim victory against the Saratoga Panthers (10-9, 2-6) on Thursday. Along with their win against the...

McGraws 'Grand'fathers of HEM basketball

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow High School boys basketball team had two reasons for celebration against Rock River on Feb 12. First, the team won decisively 70-44 at Rock River and second, Shane...

Sending seven to state

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School is sending seven wrestlers to state this weekend. Head Coach Lyle Richardson was pleased with his grapplers efforts at the Regionals in Wright on...

Lady Tigers' short-handed season ends

The Encampment Lady Tigers suffered a loss to their Valley and conference rivals, the Saratoga Lady Panthers (4-15, 1-7) on Thursday evening, but were able to celebrate a victory on their final home...

Gang of grapplers going

The entire Saratoga High School wrestling team is going to state after having all individuals earn at least a top eight finish at regionals on Feb. 15-16 in Wright. “As a group, this is the best we...

Awards & dinner

At the Feb. 7 Annual Dinner, we were happy announce our annual awards: •VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR-- Bob Lauman •ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR-- Corbett Medical Foundation •EMERGING BUSINESS OF THE YEAR-- Sweet Marie's Mercantile •NEW BUSINESS OF THE...

In government we trust?

How much do you trust the government to police itself? This last election cycle, transparency was a big talking point for everyone from the gubernatorial candidates down to municipal positions. Upon being elected, Governor Mark Gordon even...

Roaming the Romios

"Before today, I never would have thought Josh Wood would go snowshoeing." This statement, from Karen Buford while snowshoeing, isn't far from the truth. When I woke up on the morning of Feb. 17 to...

Dads and daughters cut the rug

"This is our second Daddy/Daughter dance which is sort of a combination Valentine dance and Sweetheart dance for fathers and their daughters," Hanna Recreation Center director Vivian Gonzales said...

Free Jazz concert

There will be a free and open to the public Jazz Concert at the PVCC on Tuesday, Feb. 26. The concert will begin at 12 p.m. and should last about an hour-and-a-half. This concert will feature the Award Wimming Ben Markley Trio with guest tenor...

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