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 By Joshua Wood    News    June 19, 2019

Booking the board

The newly-seated Saratoga Airport Advisory Board held a successful initial meeting on June 12. It has been two months since the dissolution of the Saratoga Airport Board, founded in 1978, and any airp...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    June 19, 2019

SCWEMS, sludge and healthcare

The Encampment Town Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday at the Encampment Town Hall with two council members absent. Council members Kim Loftice and Gary Stull were present to make a quorum. Mayor Greg...

 

Dale Johnson & Frank Getty

Services for Dale Johnson a long-time former resident of Saratoga and for Frank Getty, husband of former resident Jane (Misso-Runner) Getty will be held June 26, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. at the Saratoga Cemetery. A short eulogy in the Chapel followed by... Full story

 

Joseph Louis Carnes

Joseph Louis Carnes, 65, passed away Monday June 9, 2019 at his home in Saratoga, Wyo. Joe was born on May 11, 1954 in St. Louis, Missouri; the son of Carl and Anna Carnes. Joe ultimately grew up in B... Full story

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    June 19, 2019

Grant changes explained

The Hanna Town Council met at 6 p.m. on Tuesday for their regularly scheduled meeting at the Hanna Town Hall. All council members and mayor were in attendance. The agenda and minutes from the May 14...

 
 By Keith McLendon    News    June 19, 2019

Three for 33

A full three member Saratoga Planning Commission met for 33 minutes starting at 5:30 p.m. on June 11. Though there were three public hearings for variances, permits or amendments on the schedule,...

 

Learning shouldn't stop

What have you learned today? If you cannot answer that simple question, I suggest that you reflect upon your daily activities, your interactions with people, the challenges you faced and what successes you had. As a business owner, I hope you can...

 

The spring in Wyoming's step

There are a few sure signs of springtime in Wyoming. Of course, with the oddly winterlike conditions we have had (interspersed with rare spots of sunshine) lately, it is kind of hard to believe...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    June 19, 2019

Water rate talk eddies back around

Much like an eddying river, the discussion around proposed water rate structures returned to the Carbon County Impact Joint Powers Board (CCIJPB) during their June 12 meeting. Following a meeting of...

 

Eccentricity on stage

From the Wyoming town of Pinedale to Germany, Jared Rogerson has played his eccentric style of music to many different audiences. Rogerson, who played at the Platte Valley Community Center on June 8,...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    June 19, 2019

Mayor preps for flood

On Monday morning, Saratoga Mayor John Zeiger sat in on a conference call with representatives from the office of Governor Mark Gordon, the Carbon County Commissioners, the Wyoming Department of...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    June 19, 2019

Planning Party Day

The Riverside Town Council met a 6 p.m. on June 13 at the Riverside Town Hall with council members Fred Lorenz and Ed Golden present. Mayor Leroy Stephenson was also in attendance. The meeting...

 

From Boot Hill to paradise

Ever wonder what it takes to convert a cemetery from "Boot Hill" to a place of beauty comparable to paradise? To find out the answer, attend a Saratoga Museum sponsored historic trek of both Cadwell...

 

Calling cooks and crafters

The Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce (S/PVCC) is calling all cooks and crafters to participate in the upcoming Steinley Cup. The 24th Annual Steinley Cup Microbrew Festival, scheduled for Aug. 17, is just around the corner. According to...

 
 By Keith McLendon    News    June 19, 2019

Sites and sounds at healthcare meeting

The Platte Valley Healthcare Sustainability Project Subcommittee (HSPS) held another open meeting at the Platte Valley Community Center (PVCC) on June 12 wherein HSPS Chairman Will Faust announced...

 

Civil War era western author visits GEM

Following the end of the Civil War in 1865, countless Americans headed west. Former slaves, Confederate soldiers, immigrants and more headed to the West to start a new life. What would eventually...

 

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