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Articles from the July 3, 2019 edition

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 By Joshua Wood    News    July 3, 2019

Brown new emergency coordinator

Following John Zeiger’s stint as Carbon County Emergency Coordinator (CCEC), a familiar face has stepped in for the interim. Ron Brown, who has served as the Carbon County Deputy Fire Warden since... Full story

 By Staff Report    News    July 3, 2019

Boaters warned to avoid Lower Encampment

Due to a fish passage project on the Encampment River, a press release from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department said, “boaters are strongly discouraged from boating or floating the river downstream of Baggot Rocks Public Access Area beginning...

 By Joshua Wood    Business    July 3, 2019

Turtle takes Mom's

When Seth "Turtle" Johnson first returned to Saratoga and started his business, Slow and Steady Law Office, he knew that he wanted to bring change to his hometown. From the very beginning, he had his...

 By Joshua Wood    Opinion    July 3, 2019

Saratoga is famous too!

Saratoga is in the national news, again! Okay, technically it’s Brush Creek Ranch, but I think we can still count this as a win. It turns out that Karlie Kloss—I have no idea who she was until I... Full story


Unslaked and slippery

Editor, On our recent travels through the wonder-filled state of Wyoming, we stopped in Saratoga to enjoy the hot springs. It is truly a wonderful concept that a city supports a hot springs for residents and travelers alike to enjoy at no charge....

 By Joshua Wood    Education    July 3, 2019

Riker retires

Following a 35-year career in special education, 24 years of which were spent in Carbon County School District No. 2 (CCSD2), Deb Riker has retired as the district’s Special Education Administrator....

 By Mike Armstrong    Sports    July 3, 2019

Racing against 24

Conor and Shane McGraw, twin brother student athletes at Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School were invited to the 44th Annual Great Southwest Track and Field Classic (Great Southwest)...


A Monumental Day

On a bright Saturday morning, June 29, around 33 people interested in learning about the past gathered at the Saratoga museum for a trek to area burial places to soak up information about local cemete...


Cowboy goes global

"I got a horse when I was seven," Jake Zielke said. "We more or less saved it from the slaughterhouse because it was old. The first year, I rode it bareback before I could save up enough money to buy...


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