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Saratoga gets eventful

A proposed ordinance to Saratoga Municipal Code failed first reading during the October 20 meeting of the Saratoga Town Council. Ordinance No. 858, unofficially dubbed the “Pesto Festo...

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A vision made real

At 10 a.m. on October 20, around 50 people came for the grand opening of the Carbon County Road and Bridge, Medicine Bow Shop and Sheriff Complex. That might be a mouthful, but the facility impressed...

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Saratoga requests WYDOT speed study

Property owned by Randy Stevens was a point of discussion for the Saratoga Town Council during the October 20 meeting and centered around a recently installed highway access. The property, which sits...

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COVID on rise in county

As frigid temperatures visit the Valley, snow falls, and cold and flu season begin, the effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) are still being felt seven months after the first cases were...

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Council talks transfers

Finances continue to be a main talking point for the Town of Saratoga’s governing body. During the October 20 meeting of the Saratoga Town Council, Councilmember Jon Nelson expressed concern about...

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Grant Bartlett back-to-back 2A State Champion

Despite cold temperatures and no small amount of snow, the determined Saratoga Panther long-distance runners returned from Douglas on Friday with plenty of reason to celebrate. The boys cross country...

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Tigers make history with playoff entry

The Encampment Tigers had already had a season of firsts this year as they had played their first varsity schedule in 30 years and dispatched the Little Snake River Valley (LSRV) Rattlers, the...

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Lady Panthers head to regionals

The Saratoga Lady Panthers will end their regular season by moving into the 1A Southwest Quadrant Tournament on October 29. Over the weekend, while the Lady Panthers did not have a conference game,...

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Miners to face Farson-Eden

Sometimes a loss gets a team motivated for a game coming up. That is what is hoped will happen with the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) Miners when it faces the Farson-Eden Pronghorns this...

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Saratoga looking forward to next game

The Saratoga Panthers did not end up on the winning side of their encounter with Niobrara County Tigers but Panther Head Coach Logan Wright was still happy with his team. The Panthers lost 22-48. The...

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Hanna enter regionals well rested

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) Lady Miners had a well deserved week off before they start regionals. The Lady Miners are 16-2 overall and 8-0 in conference play. “The girls know what...

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Halloween walk in Saratoga set

It's time for the annual Halloween Walk! This year, the walk will take place Thursday, October 29th, from 3:30p.m.- 5p.m. to coincide with other school events. For added safety this year,...

Relief funding available in November

Governor Mark Gordon has allocated remaining federal CARES Act funding to help Wyoming businesses and nonprofits with ongoing COVID-19 related losses and expenses. The Wyoming Business Council is finalizing two new funds for the COVID-19 Business...

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It truly takes a village

On October 23, co-founders of Village Valley Childcare, Shelby Merrill and Cheena Parsons, were having lunch with Yvonne Johnson, Director of the Carbon County Economic Development Corporation...

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We the people

In Carbon County there are many small municipalities and that is part of their charm. Small populations can often mean that townspeople know each other and will help a neighbor in times of trouble....

Below the Saratoga standard

Editor, I am compelled to write this letter based on the actions of thugs that have decided to embark on mischief here in Saratoga. I believe the citizens of Saratoga have a standard of acceptable behavior that has been challenged. If you are one...

Opposes museum district

Editor, As I run my hand through the wool chaps, I imagine cow punching during the winter months in 1890. Seeing the beaver pelt, I wonder if trading amongst Native Americans and town folk always went well for the Mountain Men. Exploring the...

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American, regardless of party

When we at the Saratoga Sun write columns, it is our opinion or take on a subject, and not the newspaper’s stance. I try to steer clear of topics that deal with politics in general because we are...

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