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Articles from the May 29, 2019 edition

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Don Goodspeed

Don Goodspeed, Jr. passed away on May 17, 2019 at the Rawlins Habilitation and Wellness Center. He was 83 years old. Don was born on October 25, 1935 to Don Goodspeed and Mable Petersen. Don married...

 

Raymond and Betty Shelton

Raymond Allen Shelton and Betty Jean Shelton, of Saratoga, Wyo., went home together to be with Jesus on May 15, 2019, in Grand County, Colo. Born in San Antonio, Texas on Jan., 11, 1942, Allen...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    May 29, 2019

Presentation consternation

“I just feel unprepared to have meaningful questions because we didn’t know you were going to be here tonight. At least, I didn’t.” This comment from council member Jon Nelson during the May...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    May 29, 2019

Questions for the auditor

Since receiving the audit on March 5, and accepting it on April 2, the Saratoga Town Council has expressed a desire to speak with Dennis Tschacher of ACM, the company that performed the audit for Fisc...

 

Three school principal moves on

Traci Schneider came to the position of principal for the three northern Carbon County elementary schools this year planning to stay for many years. Unfortunately, although she had a job she loved,...

 
 By Keith McLendon    Opinion    May 29, 2019

I call shenanigans

I want to apologize for the paper being late last week. Apparently the delivery driver felt it was unsafe for him to bring us our papers in a timely manner. Don’t worry. I let the organization we...

 
 By Staff Report    News    May 29, 2019

Range open despite snowfall

Despite a fluctuation in weather over the past few weeks, the Wyoming Department of Transportation was successful in opening the Snowy Range Scenic Byway as of noon on May 25. While crews from both...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Sports    May 29, 2019

Special athletes enjoy summer games

On the weekend of May 9, Laramie played host to the 2019 Summer Games for Special Olympics of Wyoming. Carbon County School District No. 2 (CCSD2) sent five students to compete and, for the first...

 
 By Staff Report    Education    May 29, 2019

PVAC awards scholarships

Since 1993, the Platte Valley Arts Council has been enriching the quality of life in the area and expanding educational opportunities for all forms of the arts, whether it is music, literature, dance, visual arts or theater. It’s mission is: “to...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Lifestyles    May 29, 2019

Medals and mystery

It was not uncommon, following the end of World War II, for the young men, and women, to return home and go back to work, rarely talking about what they had experienced. A generation that went from a...

 

Thompson 'closes the book'

Kathy Thompson did not start out her professional career in library science or even education. Thompson, who hails from Montana, studied restaurant management, received an associates arts degree and...

 

Super duper Cooper

"When Shelly finished her contract at Sinclair, the principal said she was the only teacher there that had never been any complaints," Jeanette Fischer, Medicine Bow resident and former teacher in...

 

Glasser leaves on a 'high note'

Pam Glasser is known to many inhabitants in Carbon County as a music teacher. To fellow musicians and concert goers in Wyoming, Houston and Israel, Glasser is acknowledged as an accomplished French...

 

Capital idea

Cody Sheldon has been the music teacher at Saratoga Elementary for the past five years. As the school year ends, Sheldon is leaving Wyoming and moving to Washington D.C. to teach music in the...

 

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