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  • Wyoming delegation kicks-off tele-town halls

    Staff Report|Feb 9, 2023

    U.S. Senators John Barrasso, Cynthia Lummis, and Congresswoman Harriet Hageman, all R-Wyo., participated in their first Wyoming delegation tele-town hall of the 118th Congress Wednesday night. “While working together in Washington, it is critical we hear directly from people across Wyoming on issues directly impacting our state,” the delegation said. “Tele-town halls are an effective way to reach as many towns and people as possible around our great state. The best ideas come from Wyoming—not Washington. These calls are a great opportu...

  • Reflections from the Saratoga Sun

    Feb 9, 2023

    1 years ago Phillips Pool Hall Burglarized again February 22, 1923 Small sum of money, several revolvers, a watch and other article taken by night prowlers. Prying the latch from the rear door of the Phillips Pool Hall with a screwdriver of similar instrument, some person or persons unknown last Monday night gained entrance to that establishment and made away with all valuables that could be found, including a watch of small value, two Colts revolvers and two automatics, and about $2 in nickels and dimes. The robbers also made away with a...

  • This week at the Care Center

    Feb 9, 2023

    by Tom Mansfied, Activity Volunteer The Activity Director and her assistants offered another week of activities both morning and afternoon. Residents of the Saratoga Care Center worked out to Sittercise Monday morning and listened to Wyoming Trivia in the afternoon. Tuesday morning found residents playing Hangman. In the afternoon they participated in Arts and Craft making paper valentines. On Wednesday, residents came out to the dining room for hair and nail care in the always popular Beauty Shop. In afternoon, the residents enjoyed Bingo...

  • Wyoming Lands World's Largest Vertical Farming Research Facility

    Staff Report|Feb 9, 2023

    Governor Mark Gordon has announced a historic economic development investment, as the State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) approved a grant to support development of the world's largest and most advanced vertical farming research center in Laramie. The project will support the retention and creation of nearly 200 high-paying jobs in the community. The company, Plenty Unlimited Inc., is dedicated to advancing the emerging technology field of indoor agriculture. The new research center in...

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