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Articles from the May 22, 2019 edition

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Athletes and weather

An old adage about Wyoming states: "If you don't like the weather, wait five minutes, it will change." Nowhere is this more apparent than at the State Track and Field Championship in Casper. Those...

 By Joshua Wood    News    May 22, 2019

Rate change sent

The Carbon County Impact Joint Powers Board (CCIJPB) voted to send their proposed water rate structure to Saratoga Town Council for approval during their meeting on May 8. As was reported previously...


Betty Lou (Cerise) McIlvaine

Betty Lou (Cerise) McIlvaine passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home in Saratoga Monday, May 13. The devoted mother, grandmother, businesswoman and civic leader was 78. Funeral Mass was schedu... Full story


Kids Fishing Day June 1

Anyone wanting to give Wyoming fishing a try are reminded that Wyoming free fishing day is Saturday, June 1. On that day no license is required for both residents and nonresidents.  The Saratoga Lion...


Spokes with God

The American Legion Angus England Post No. 54 will be holding a Blessing of the Bikes at 11 a.m. Sunday, May 26 in the Saratoga Auto Glass parking lot across from the American Legion location at 403 East Bridge Ave. in Saratoga. All motorcycles are...


A 'green' start to summer

In 1977 Saratoga Lions Club members Avon Brock, Bob Randall, and Jim Hull got together with other Lions Club members and came up with the idea for the Junior Golf Program both to teach the sport and...

 By Joshua Wood    News    May 22, 2019

Variance and the 'Turtle zone'

The Saratoga Planning Commission is officially down to three members following the resignation of Commissioner Chris Duke via email. Also, during the May 14 meeting, the commission held a public heari...

 By Mike Armstrong    Opinion    May 22, 2019

There is no substitute for a sister

I have always said that my parents may not have lasted very long together (about five years), but they created one of my best friends when my sister was born. I don’t think I realized it when she fi... Full story

 By Staff Report    Business    May 22, 2019

Board training offered

The Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting a training for board directors and staff of non-profit boards or municipal boards. Topics included will be: Board Responsibilities, Understanding the Balance Sheet, Fiduciary Duties of...

 By Staff Report    Business    May 22, 2019

RNB changes charter

The Rawlins National Bank (RNB) announced today it will undergo a name change to RNB State Bank as part of a conversion from a national charter to a Wyoming state chartered bank. “Our Board feels that being under state supervision, as opposed to a...

 By Mike Armstrong    News    May 22, 2019

Licenses & King Coal

Before the Hanna Town Council regularly scheduled at 6 p.m. on May 14 at the Hanna Town Hall, there was public hearing at 5:50 p.m. for the submission of a community development block grant....

 By Joshua Wood    Sports    May 22, 2019

Teams, individuals place well in Casper

The Saratoga Panthers’ track season has come to a close with the conclusion of the State Track and Field Championship in Casper this weekend. While the teams placed well, the boys placed 5th and...

 By Joshua Wood    Sports    May 22, 2019

Disc and shot

With the conclusion of the State Track and Field Championship in Casper this weekend, the season for the Encampment Tigers has come to an end. They may not have returned home with any team victories,...

 By Mike Armstrong    Sports    May 22, 2019

Four titles, five runner-ups and three All-State athletes

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) track and field team did well at state. The boys team placed 4th and the girls team 5th. "Being able to bring in four state titles, five runner ups, three...

 By Joshua Wood    Education    May 22, 2019

Being a Bighorn

Walking into Jordan Seitz's classroom at Encampment K-12 School, it is obvious he enjoys the outdoors. The 6th grade homeroom is decorated with furs and skull mounts. A bulletin board on the west...

 By Joshua Wood    Education    May 22, 2019

Set to serve

For many students, time after graduation is plentiful as they spend the summer preparing for college or trade school. Others, meanwhile, will enter the workforce. A select few, however, make the...

 By Joshua Wood    Education    May 22, 2019

No Mo, no mo'

Nobody who has ever had Cheryl Munroe as a teacher calls her "Mrs. Munroe." Those who work with her don't call her "Cheryl." To students and staff alike, she has always been just "Mo." For 36 years, M... Full story


Mr. Soto's Field Day

It is that time of year for the annual Mr. Soto Elk Mountain Elementary (EMES) and Medicine Bow Elementary School (MBES) Field Day. On Friday, after the "Big Boy" train stopped at Medicine Bow for...


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