Articles from the February 9, 2023 edition

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Saratoga skijoring hits seven

"This is the first year we didn't have to haul any snow out to the event," Richard Raymer, one of the founding organizers for the Saratoga Skijoring Event. "In fact we had to move snow off the track,...

 

Stop, don't pass

The Saratoga Police Department has major concerns about multiple incidents that have been reported regarding people passing school buses that are stopped to load or unload students. The police...

 

Saratoga couple's cause of death unconfirmed

In a press release sent to the Saratoga Sun, Sheriff Alex Bakken said the death of a couple found in their apartment is still under investigation by the Carbon County Sheriff’s Office and the...

 

Mountain lion spotted in town

Saratoga Police Department received a report of a mountain lion sighting at the hot pools on Wednesday, February 1. . Saratoga Police Chief Mike Morris said that a dead deer was reported near the hot...

 

Celebration of life

Rick Kinney & Cassidee Wingo Friday, February 10th at 1:30 p.m Platte Valley Community Center in the Great Hall...

 

Carl Delton Kerbs

Carl Delton Kerbs passed away on January 21, 2023 at his home on the 4 Bar Ranch outside of Saratoga, WY, surrounded by his wife and family. Carl was born May 7, 1929 in Great Bend, KS, the third...

 

Catherine Evertz Ryan

Catherine Evertz Ryan passed away peacefully at her home in Laramie on February 1, 2023. She was born to Nicholas Evertz and Otilla Kobe Evertz on January 11, 1925, in Northeast Minneapolis where she was raised with four brothers, Edward, Joseph,...

 

Thomas Stanley Brooks

Saratoga resident Stan Brooks passed away peacefully in Denver on February 2, 2023 after a brief illness, surrounded by his family. He is survived by his loving wife Claire, his four children and six...

 

Wintertime blues

People feel sad sometimes, that’s normal. Emotions are what make us human and capable of the amazing acts of kindness and love toward our fellow man, however winter can bring on more frequent bouts of sadness and lack of motivation, as well as inso...

 

Wyoming has more guns than people and lots of crazy stories

Guns, guns, guns. Wyoming is Gun Central in the United States. Two-thirds of the residents own guns and there may be more guns than citizens of this fine state. There are at least three gun-related bills grinding through the Legislature as I write...

 

STEM field trips can rule Fridays

Kaitlyn Larson is a split position teacher at Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School "I teach 7th grade math, 8th grade math and two sections of Biology 1 and two sections of Biology 2,"...

 

Saratoga senior performs at Wyoming All-State Jazz Honor Ensemble

Madison Teichman, a senior at Saratoga Middle High School recently participated in the Wyoming Jazz Educators' Honor Vocal Jazz set of rehearsals and performance at Natrona County High School in...

 
 By Staff Report    News    February 9, 2023

Governor's 2023 Prayer Breakfast to Feature Anne Beiler, Founder of Auntie Anne's

Governor Mark Gordon invites the public to attend the 2023 Governor’s Prayer Breakfast featuring keynote speaker Anne Beiler, founder of Auntie Anne’s, the world’s largest hand-rolled soft pretzel franchise. A longstanding tradition spanning...

 

Panthers keep tearing up opponents

The Saratoga High School Panther basketball team kept its winning ways and remains the only undefeated boys basketball team in the state. The first game the Panthers played was against the Southeast...

 

Miners win and lose

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) Miner High School basketball team played a Saratoga team this week and won. It was not the Saratoga varsity team which is currently undefeated, but the Sara...

 

Tigers win one, lose one

The Encampment Tigers racked up a pretty good score last Friday when they faced Little Snake River in Baggs for a conference game. Little Snake River's Rattlers toppled the Tigers leaving the court...

 

Saratoga Lady Panthers for the win

The Lady Panthers had a tough game Friday against Southeast at the University of Wyoming campus Arena Auditorium. They didn't win the game, but the memory of this game will be etched in their hearts...

 

Encampment Lady Tigers take it all

The Encampment Lady Tigers went into Friday's game against Little Snake River's Lady Rattlers with one thing on their mind–to win, and they did. The Lady Tigers fought hard and ended with 45...

 

Win or lose, its how you play the game

The weather let up a little this past week in order for the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School girls basketball play this week. Their first game on February 2 against the Saratoga...

 

Rattlers split in Valley

This past weekend the Little Snake River Valley (LSRV) High School basketball team come to the Valley and played Encampment and Saratoga. The results were mixed. When the Rattlers faced Encampment,...

 

Miners get no credit

There were a lot of cancellations this past week in the world of high school wrestling in Wyoming. Robert Riddle, the head coach for the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School wrestling...

 

Sweet Soiree

Rawlins’ Premiere Downtown FUNdraiser, Sweet Soiree, is scheduled for February 11, 2023. The evening will include hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, live auction, raffles, Wine & Whiskey Pull and Tasting, and dancing. It is a great opportunity for...

 

Wyoming Artists' Association post COVID revival

The Wyoming Artists’ Assn has held its annual convention, uninterrupted since 1955, until Covid put a halt to things in 2020. WAA is a nonprofit organization that promotes Wyoming artists and provides an opportunity for its members to gather once a...

 

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