The Saratoga Sun -

Articles from the March 13, 2019 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 28



Wolf Pack on the loose

"I talked with Marybeth," former governor Spencer Rulon said. "I hear you might need a lawyer." Joe smiled. "I think I do." C.J. Box, New York Times Bestselling Author of the Joe Pickett series, left...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    March 13, 2019

Audit approved

The Saratoga Town Council met at 6 p.m. on March 5 at the Saratoga Town Hall with all the council and mayor John Zeiger in attendance. It was business as usual with the approval of the minutes for...

 

Scouting for leaders

The Saratoga Lions Club is hosting a meeting to gauge interest in establishing a new Cub Scouts troop. The Lions Club had held both a Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts charter for 30 years. The last Cub...

 

Brian Joseph Craig

Brian Joseph Craig, 51, died on March 9, 2019 in Saratoga, Wyoming. Brian was born on April 26, 1967 in Rawlins, Wyoming to Dean and Karen Simpson Craig. Brian was a wonderful husband, brother,...

 

Wagner to Girls State

Freddie Wagner, a junior at Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School was selected to go to Girls State by the American Legion Auxiliary of Medicine Bow. "We go to the community college in...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Sports    March 13, 2019

Hunter wins state title

Following a weekend in Riverton to compete in the State Tournament, Saratoga speech and debate team returned with one of the four members seeing success in two categories. "Kaylyn (Hunter) was our...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    March 13, 2019

Transfer turnaways

It was a quick meeting of the Upper Platte River Solid Waste Disposal District (UPRSWDD) at the Riverside Town Hall on March 6. The majority of the board was in attendance, with Riverside...

 

Are you ready for some (more) FOOTBALL?

Apparently America can’t get enough football. Well, at least the organizers of the new Alliance of American Football think so. The Alliance of American Football (or, because all sports leagues must...

 

Food fit for a governor

Saratoga Middle/High school students in the ProStart program in the Valley created and served appetizers at the Governors Hospitality and Tourism Conference on Jan. 28 for attendees. The annual event...

 
 By Staff Report    News    March 13, 2019

Blood in the air

Memorial Hospital of Carbon County and Classic Air Medical are proud to announce their new emergent blood transfusion program. This program allows Classic Air Medical to pick up blood from Memorial Hospital of Carbon County and transport it to...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    March 13, 2019

Food boon

The Hanna Recreation Center played host to the public for people to get free food for the first time in Hanna. The Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies truck got to Hanna at around 7:30 a.m. on Friday. Vi...

 

A show of Valley hospitality

It's not everyday that a group of students get the opportunity to present their culinary skills at a state event. On Jan. 29, however, students of Cheryl "Mo" Munroe who attend Encampment K-12 School...

 

Triple Play on tap

Shop at any of your favorite local business during three weeks in March. Hit a home run with a purchase of $20 or more made between March 11 and March 29 at any Platte Valley Business allows you the opportunity to win one of three great Prizes, The... Full story

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    March 13, 2019

Koyoty blooms in old Flower Pot

The process of moving a business can often be an arduous task. When Koyoty Sports and Trophy Room Artistry moved in 2015, it was from just south of Saratoga to Bridge Street. For three years, Warden...

 

Conserving family history

The Upper North Platte River Valley, much like the rest of Wyoming, is filled with family histories that are an integral part of the history of the area as well. The descendants of original...

 

Locally sourced, locally served

Firewater Public House (Firewater) owner Danny Burau has always envisioned his restaurant to have locally grown produce and proteins served at his venue whenever possible. "We had conversations with...

 

Seeds of change

Steve Priest, the principal of Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School went to Ohio State thinking he was going to major in agronomy. His goal was to graduate and work for the seed...

 

A love for leather

Toni Tolle may not be a native to the Platte Valley, having moved to Encampment in February 2018, but she is a native to the world of agriculture and the West. Born and raised in Hereford, Texas, Toll...

 

Ranch hand sings lessons learned

The economics of ranching are, to put it simply, complex. Whether it's a ranch that's been family owned for over a century or an operation that spans hundreds, if not thousands, of acres, the issues...

 

Abuzz about agriculture

It is no accident that we use the term "busy as a bee" when talking about how active and hard working someone is. Bees are, and have been, one of the hardest working and most efficient pollinators in...

 

Agricultural education changes lives in schools and communities

As a Career and Technical Education teacher at HEM Jr./Sr. High School I often find myself asking what students are planning to do after high school graduation. "I'm just going back to the ranch,"...

 

Calving calls

Ranchers will tell you this time of year is calving season. Most of the births happen without having to get a veterinarian involved, but sometimes it is necessary to get help and Carbon County has a...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019