Articles from the May 25, 2023 edition


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  • Lady Panthers-State Champions

    Dallas Fields|May 25, 2023

  • Old issues regarding the pool re-emerge

    Kaitlyn Campbell|May 25, 2023

    The agenda, minutes, and bills were approved before moving on to a presentation on the Carbon County Prevention Network (CCPN) by Tracy Young. The presentation discussed issues such as drug abuse and suicide prevention, as well as summer events the CCPN will be hosting on June 21 and 22. Town Hall Departments Flooding is still a concern, with the town being on high alert. Residents of Saratoga can request sandbags by contacting Town Hall, but will have to place the bags themselves. There are...

  • Business as usual for the Commissioners

    Kaitlyn Campbell|May 25, 2023

    Everything was business as usual at the Carbon County Commissioners Meeting. The commissioners met on May 16 in Riverside for their regular meeting. The meeting started with approval of the bills, then moved quickly into updates from Emergency Management. Flooding concerns were addressed with discussion of the current plans put in place. The commission thanked those who were able to attend during Governor Mark Gordon‘s visit to the Emergency Operation Center (EOC). Commissioner Travis Moore s...

  • Eddy (Edward Thomas) Kennaday

    May 25, 2023

    Eddy (Edward Thomas) Kennaday passed away suddenly and unexpectedly last Monday, May 15, 2023. Eddy was born in Rawlins, Wyoming October 1, 1963 to Rose and Jim Kennaday. He joined three sisters; Janet, Shelly and Jamie and one brother, Jimi. He is survived by two of his sister and his brother, numerous nieces and nephews, and his wife of 24 years, Joni. Eddy is also survived by his much loved stepson, Mike Kimsey (Lisa), his two grandsons, Grant and Jack Kimsey, and his great granddaughter...

  • Editorial Cartoon

    May 25, 2023

  • No goodbye's, just see ya later

    Virginia Parker|May 25, 2023

    A tiny trail of smoke rises from the man's cupped hands as he gently blows a steady stream of air into the nest of frayed jute and char cloth he holds. Urging the little red spark in the black square of cloth to ignite, a flame soon flares up and the man gently places the bundle under a teepee of twigs waiting on the ground in front of him. The wows and quiet applause coupled with a few "I want to do that" remarks, murmur through the little group sitting in a circle around the scene. Ed...

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  • Tigers Finish Season Strong

    Dallas Fields|May 25, 2023

    The Encampment Tigers finished their boys and girls season at state in Casper, Wyoming from Thursday May 18 to Saturday May 20. All the teams from around the state came to compete and the tigers went to work in the 1A classification. PIckett came away as both the 1A boys state champion in the shot put and the discus. He threw the discus 145-11 and the shot put 45-2.75. Quade Jordan took second place in the discus with a throw of 137-9. Bryce Reid finished in 3rd place on the 110 Meter Hurdles. O...

  • Highway 130 Snowy Range is open!

    May 25, 2023

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