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Articles from the February 27, 2019 edition

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Ambulance and airport

The Saratoga Town Council met at 6 p.m. on Feb. 19 at the Saratoga Town Hall for a meeting that went for almost three hours. The mayor and all council members were in attendance. The start of the... Full story

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    February 27, 2019

Meningitis concern in north county

By Joshua Wood A fourth grade student from Hanna Elementary School (HES) is in recovery following a diagnosis of bacterial meningitis that was reported by Carbon County School District No. 2 (CCSD2)... Full story

 

Contract talks

When the Carbon County School District No. 2 (CCSD2) Board of Trustees brought the contract for Linda Butler up for a motion, it was met with an awkward silence. Butler’s contract was the only...

 

It's a 'Spring Thing'

The Valley Service Organization (VSO) and the Platte Valley Community Center are joining forces to produce a new addition to the Valley’s spring calendar. To be held in early May “A Spring Thing: From Guns to Roses” is designed to promote...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    February 27, 2019

Tapping into OBC

For several months, the Carbon County Impact Joint Powers Board (CCIJPB) has expressed a desire to speak with a representative from the Old Baldy Club (OBC) in regards to their outdated billing, an is...

 

Carrying the torch of history

“Virginia Dale had been more successful at another time and place. (Jack) Slade was taken prisoner and plans were to lynch him. The condemned had persuaded his guards to send for his beautiful wife... Full story

 

Wind tax information

Dear Editor, I implore anyone considering supporting a tax increase on Wyoming’s wind-generated electricity to first consider the studies conducted exclusively on wind energy development, taxation, and the renewable energy market and know all the...

 

$500 award for community spirit

The application period is now open for the $500 Youth Citizenship Award offered by the Valley Service Organization (VSO) to graduating Carbon County School District 2 seniors. Application forms are available from the counselor’s office at each of...

 

Riding the pigtail

For the first time in 13 years, the Saratoga Lady Panthers were able to make it to the 1A West Regional Tournament. While they didn't make it past the Consolation semi-finals, Heather Bartlett, head...

 

Honing skills

This weekend, the Saratoga Speech Team will be heading up to Rawlins to take part in the Outlaw Invite. On Feb. 15 and 16, the team headed up to Worland to compete in their invite. The team, which is...

 

Planning for the future

On the night of Feb. 18, the Encampment Lady Tigers traveled to Hanna, Elk Mountain and Medicine Bow (HEM) High School to play the Saratoga Lady Panthers to determine who would go to the 1A West...

 

Plusses from minuses

It can be hard to find positives when your season comes to an end sooner than you’d like, but that’s exactly what the Saratoga Panthers and their head coach, Jason Williams, are doing following...

 

Miners 'digging' State

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School wrestlers may not have had the best showing compared to other teams that were in Casper, but head coach Lyle Richardson was happy about all the...

 

Everett nabs sixth

The Saratoga Panthers wrestling team went to State where senior Andrew Everett placed sixth in the 138 weight class. Head coach Zach Schmidt said he was incredibly happy with his grappler. "What...

 

Tigers to State

The Encampment Tigers are heading to the State Championship in Casper following a successful weekend at the 1A West Regional Tournament in Lander where they were able to defeat the No. 4 Northwest...

 

Determined to get to State

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow High School girls basketball were a part of history for their school this weekend. For the first time ever at HEM, both the boys and girls basketball teams are...

 

Rotation keeps Miners fresh for regionals

Before going to regionals on the weekend, the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School boys basketball team had a game against the Laramie Sophomores on Feb. 19 where they won 54-51. "We...

 

WAT to go

This has been a winter that has thrown a lot of snow and wind at Carbon County communities. It has resulted in roads being closed for many hours at a time and, on occasion, days at a time. People who... Full story

 

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