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 By Mike Armstrong    News    July 4, 2018

Dinosaurs on the move

Seven miles outside of Medicine Bow, towards Laramie on US 30, is a pull-off with two Wyoming informational visitor signs and a couple of buildings. One of the informational signs is about the dinosau...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Politics    July 4, 2018

It's debatable

A date and time has finally been set for a debate at the Bear Trap Cafe and Bar in Riverside by owner Margaret Weber. Since originally being announced on Facebook and on page 5 of the May 23, 2018...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Lifestyles    July 4, 2018

Hamming it up

When one is standing on the shore of the Upper North Platte River, the sounds one expects to hear would be the songs of birds. On one warm summer weekend, June 23, a different sound joined the avian m...

 

Tidying the garden

Summer is here and Hanna resident Rose Dabbs presided over the monthly Hanna Agricultural Resource Team (HART) meeting held at 5:30 p.m. on June 26 at the Hanna Market to discuss work needed to be...

 

Singles Eating Together

A new ministry for single adults has blossomed at St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church. Singles Eating Together is a monthly time for adult singles­—of any faith—to gather and share a meal and conversation. The next Singles Eating Together...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Opinion    July 4, 2018

Little pay and no glory

On June 28, a shooter claimed five lives at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md. after he shot out the front window of the building that housed the newspaper and roamed the newsroom with a shotgun....

 

Music on the road

Carl Bernstein and Marilyn Priddy rolled into Saratoga on June 13 in the early afternoon and approached Tona Hall, manager of Firewater Public House (Firewater) about singing and playing music for foo...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    July 4, 2018

Adventures in history

The Grand Encampment Museum (GEM) in Encampment, Wyo. recently bid farewell to former director Christy Smith as she departed the Valley for new adventures in history in Cheyenne. Before she left,...

 

Candidates talk tourism

By Mike Armstrong On Thursday, six candidates for governor attended a panel hosted by Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association (WLRA) to discuss their views and policies related to tourism,...

 

Art tips

Despite varying styles and subjects, the artists gathered at the PVCC had two things in common; passion and perseverance. Some of the artists have pursued a full-time career while others find the time...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Education    July 4, 2018

From teaching to turtles

When school begins on August 20 for the 2018-2019 school year, the halls of Saratoga Elementary School (SES) will be missing a longtime fixture of the building. After 17 years of service in Carbon...

 

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