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Articles from the April 5, 2017 edition

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Victims have rights too

The Carbon County Sheriff’s Office Victim/Witness Program is reminding county residents of the program’s services to victims of crime during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. The week is an opportunity to remind citizens of their rights... Full story


Growing a tournament

Shannon Fisher sits at a table at the Platte Valley Community Center focused on the lathe in front of him. Next to him is a card table with a crowd playing poker. All around are dozens of people coming and going, most with pool cue cases slung over... Full story


Encampment K-12 Honor Roll & Principal's List

Honor Roll Michael Anderson Kathryn Dugger Koye Gilbert Lindsie Farver Ryley Henrie Alexia Herring Riley Hopkins Kamry Knotwell Kelton Koehn Amber Stubbs Dayne Anderson Kassidy Barr Colter Cor Jackson Cor Jarom Herring Riley Little Katelynn Russell... Full story


Building business: new or old

Jim Drever, the Regional Director for the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), wants Carbon County residents to know SBDC is a resource for both those who are thinking of starting a business and... Full story

 By Mike Armstrong    Sports    April 5, 2017

HEM jumping to get on track

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School Miners track team went to Rock Springs on Saturday, to compete for the first time this season. Big Piney Invitational the previous week and... Full story


Stuck on the blocks

The unpredictable spring weather in Wyoming conspired to deny Encampment High School’s track team the opportunity to shine over the weekend, as both meets the team planned on attending were nixed due to weather. The March 31 meet in Rawlins, the... Full story


Panthers rack up state berths

But for a last-minute decision to head West to Rock Springs, Saratoga High School’s tracksters might have taken the weekend off after scheduled meets were canceled due to weather. At the Rock Springs meet, several Panthers earned rights to compete... Full story


Lorenzen takes off from airport

Kim Lorenzen, 66, of Saratoga, former owner of Saratoga Aviation, like most pilots has a lot of flying stories to tell. Without a doubt, he has plenty of stories like those told by other pilots at airports or bars near airports. But for Lorenzen, the... Full story

 By Mike Armstrong    Sports    April 5, 2017

Hanna gets Jazz-y

The Junior Jazz youth basketball program hosted by the Hanna Recreation Center had 170 children sign up for the program. The center has been hosting this program for almost 40 years in Carbon County.... Full story


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