Articles from the April 7, 2021 edition

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'I'm here to help'

For the past seven years, Marie Christen has been the sweet and smiling face behind Sweet Marie's Bakeshop in Saratoga but will now be showing her smile at Saratoga Town Hall as the new town clerk. Ha...

 By Joshua Wood    News    April 7, 2021

Lifting weights

Within a month of the Board of Carbon County Commissioners (BOCCC) being informed about weight restrictions on a Highway 130 bridge at mile marker 57.52, those restrictions have been removed. As was...

 By Mike Armstrong    News    April 7, 2021

Getting windy in Rawlins

The Carbon County Council of Governments (CCCOG) met in person on March 31 at the Carbon County Coordination Center (C4) in Rawlins. The meeting had originally been scheduled on March 15 but, due to...

 By Staff Report    Business    April 7, 2021

New director at Jacoby

Jacoby Funeral Home is pleased to announce that Joseph "Joey" Casada of Casper, Wyoming will be the new managing funeral director in Rawlins beginning April 1st. Joey began his funeral service career...


MHCC to hold blood draws

In the past, Valley residents who have utilized the health and wellness blood draws from Memorial Hospital of Carbon County (MHCC) have had to drive to Rawlins to attend MHCCs health fair to speak with their providers. This year, MHCC is providing th...

 By Joshua Wood    Opinion    April 7, 2021

What's affordable?

I will admit that there are times when I don’t want to recognize how much Saratoga has been growing in recent years. Part of me wants the sleepy little town I remember from middle school and high... Full story


Health fairs support local groups

Dear Editor, For the past 20+ years, the Valley Service Organization and the Sorority in Encampment, (Xi Beta Delta), has hosted the yearly Wyoming Health Fair/Blood Draw. It is our pleasure to provide low cost services again this year. In 2020 we...


Wyoming Health Fairs to return

The Wyoming Health Fairs and Wellness Health Fairs (WHF) will be returning to the Valley and the Hanna area in 2021. While cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), longtime users of the...

 By Joshua Wood    Sports    April 7, 2021

Success in Green River

The track and field athletes of Saratoga Middle High School appeared to have a successful outing on March 24 as they competed in the Green River Invite. Three of Head Coach Rex Hohnholt's student...

 By Joshua Wood    Business    April 7, 2021

From curls to cuts

When starting any business, the ultimate goal is to see growth as time goes by. For Lacey Hanson, owner of LJ's Cuts, that goal has been achieved a little more than a year since starting her...


Billiards in the blood

In the Valley, sports often reign supreme. In the fall, middle school and high school students either run long distances in cross country, attack the net in volleyball or reach for the touchdown in...


A bridge to the past

For several years, the Town of Hanna has worked to relocate an old foot bridge to the Hanna Basin Museum. The bridge, which once crossed a ditch that connected the town, was removed to discourage...

 By Joshua Wood    News    April 7, 2021

Keel resigns from Saratoga Town Council

Councilmember Bob Keel officially resigned from the Saratoga Town Council during the April 6 meeting of the governing body. Keel, who was elected to the council during the 2018 General Election, read... Full story


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