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 By Mike Armstrong    News    April 3, 2019

Tax talk at CCCOG meeting

The Carbon County Council of Governments (CCCOG) met at 6:30 p.m. on March 20 at the Sinclair Town Hall. Chairman Steve Nicholson was in attendance, but vice chairman John Zeiger and...

 

Leland 'Lee' Ytreeide

Lee Ytreeide was born in Bismarck, ND on April 2, 1941. He died in his home on Sun., Feb. 24, 2018. Lee graduated from Rapid City High School and Augustana College (BA), and the University of Wyoming (MA). He taught choral music in Rugby and... Full story

 

What is a Chamber of Commerce?

At the February Annual Dinner and Meeting, there was an infographic on each of the tables that was a visual representation answering this very question. Just as a tree needs certain things to grow, so does your business. Passive energy comes from...

 

Guns to Roses

Area businesses, organizations and individuals are invited to reserve space in the new spring home, garden and outdoor show planned for May 4 at the Platte Valley Community Center (PVCC). The event, “A Spring Thing: From Guns to Roses,” is...

 

April 15 deadline for YCA award

There is still time for graduating seniors from Carbon County School District 2 high schools and home schools to apply for the Valley Service Organization’s (VSO) $500 Youth Citizenship Award (YCA). Carol Beach, YCA chairman for VSO, said the...

 

This is Wyoming. act accordingly

There is a local restaurant that frequently uses the motto: “This is Wyoming. Act accordingly.” While I find that exceedingly amusing, I got to thinking about what exactly that entails. Following...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Sports    April 3, 2019

Panthers meet canceled

The Saratoga Panthers were unable to stretch their legs following spring break as the Wyoming Indian Invite in Ethete, Wyo. was canceled. Fortunately, the Panther track team will have two...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    Sports    April 3, 2019

Miners make most of meet

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School track had to cancel their scheduled meet in Wheatland on Saturday, but went to the Jerry Campbell Invitational in Buffalo instead. "The HEM trac...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Sports    April 3, 2019

Tigers forestalled

The Encampment Tigers, coming off spring break, were set to compete in the Wyoming Indian Invite in Ethete. That meet, unfortunately, was canceled due to spring storm that hit over the weekend. The...

 

Angus bullish on seed-to-table

"We are making this new American cuisine and we are doing it at this gorgeous location and it checks all the boxes on what I want to be doing with my life," Angus McIntosh, Jr. chef at Brush Creek Ran...

 

Open for business

"Saratoga will have the greatest pool players in the world, per capita, during the Wyoming Open," this from Wyoming Open Director Monte Thayer as he describes the numerous professionals and Hall of Fa...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    April 3, 2019

Eclectic finds new home

Since opening in May 2013, Strong Tower Designs called the little storefront at 115 W. Bridge Ave. home while owners Ray and Jamie Bernal made use of the space available. One had only to walk through...

 

Rutz returns for signing

Rawlins native J.V. Rutz will be sharing his novel, "The Illusion Killer," with the people of his home state during a book signing from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 4 at the Rawlins Library located...

 

Bleeding for health

Wyoming Health Fairs/Wellness Health Fairs (WHF) will be holding their annual blood draws for wellness screenings next week in Saratoga, Encampment and Hanna. Dates for the blood draws are Tuesday, April 9, from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. at Hanna Elementary...

 

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