Articles written by J. Hemenway

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 4 of 4

  • Encampment Road Project Scheduled for 2028

    J. Hemenway|Mar 28, 2024

    Beginning in the spring/summer of 2028, there will be a new road through Encampment.well, at least new asphalt. At the March 14, 2024 Encampment Town Council Meeting, Aaron Spenny, WYDOT District 1 Resident Engineer in Rawlins, outlined a pavement preservation project for the town of Encampment beginning in 2028. The project would proceed in two phases with the second phase being contingent on lower costs in the initial phase and/or additional funding secured prior to construction. In the first phase, the pavement from the Highway 70 and...

  • "From Tail to Table"

    J. Hemenway|Mar 28, 2024

    Next time you are considering a burger or steak, consider 307 Pub and Grub. Not only are you sure to have a wonderful meal, but you will also be supporting the Platte Valley economy. That’s because 307 Pub and Grub buys local beef. To date, 307 Pub and Grub in Encampment has bought steers from Zeller Cattle, the Silver Spur Ranch, the Big Creek Ranch and, at the 2023 Carbon County Fair, a steer raised by Quade Jordan. Each steer is appropriately named 307-1, 307-2, and so on. These steers h...

  • Basketball is a Pantle Family Affair

    J. Hemenway|Feb 8, 2024

    The Pantles have been an integral part of Encampment basketball over the years and now a new generation of Pantle family members are excited to uphold the tradition. Currently there are four members of the Pantle family involved in basketball in Encampment. Kevin Pantle, first year head coach for high school girls basketball, coaches with his daughter Micaiah, a 2018 Encampment graduate and player. Luke Pantle, assistant coach for boys high school basketball and 2015 Encampment graduate and...

  • Pucks on Saratoga Lake

    J. Hemenway|Jan 18, 2024

    The inaugural year of the Saratoga Pond Hockey Tournament on Saratoga Lake was, by all accounts, a success A large section of Saratoga Lake was cleared off this past weekend for the first Saratoga Lake Pond Hockey Tournament. The tournament consisted of over 30 players and their families who battled the subzero temperatures for a fun, competitive and joyful weekend. The impetus behind the tournament was Levi Wood, Wyoming Game & Fish Game Warden. A former junior and UW Hockey Player, Warden...