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 By Mike Armstrong    News    July 14, 2022

Redding resigns

Two years and over $300,000 in fines after he established the Medicine Bow Marshal’s Office, Dave Redding has resigned. Redding announced his resignation during the Medicine Bow Town Council...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    July 14, 2022

Failure to land

More than three years after being established, members of the Saratoga Airport Advisory Board are requesting some leeway from the Saratoga Town Council. This request came via Councilmember D’Ron...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    July 14, 2022

Planning for the future

by Joshua Wood After more than a decade of promised construction, Never Forget Park in Memory of Staff Sergeant Tyler Pickett—previously known as Tyler Pickett Park—seems to be getting closer and...

 

Elva Evans

A Celebration of Life Service for Elva Evans will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 15 at the Valley Chapel at Saratoga Cemetery....

 

Doris Fay Brown

Doris Fay Brown (Dodey) was born on July 22, 1948 in Marshalltown, Iowa. She and Wayne were married on January 27, 1968 and enjoyed over 49 years of marriage. Dodey's life was marked by her generous...

 

For one night only

Popular singing and songwriting twin sisters and Wyoming natives Amy & Annie are returning to Encampment this weekend to perform at the 20th annual Grand Encampment Cowboy Gathering in Grand View...

 

Twenty years of poetry

Cowboy poetry and music fans are invited to grab a lawn chair and enjoy the 20th Annual Grand Encampment Cowboy Gathering this weekend beneath the blue sky, bright moon and shiny stars at Grand View...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Opinion    July 14, 2022

So long and thanks for all the fish

This is my last column with the Saratoga Sun. Next week, my byline will no longer appear in these pages and my name will no longer be on the list of employees on page four. It’s a bittersweet...

 
 By Ezra Boileau    Opinion    July 14, 2022

On the Topic of Cimate Change

As expected, my identically titled column from the June 30 paper was met with some criticism and I appreciate the feedback. In this column, I want to discuss Greenhouse Gases and how they impact our atmosphere and thus, our climate.  Global Warming...

 

Humans have Control

Editor, Rebuttal to Rebuttal, re: “Says Science Isn’t Settled”. It concerns me that the letter-writer advises people not to “be scared into wasting time worrying about some things humans have no control of”. I am not going to make the...

 

Warm Springs

Editor,  On the outside, Saratoga may appear as just another small town for travelers passing through, but locals and visitors who have experienced what this incredible place can offer know that it is so much more.  In fact, within Saratoga lies a...

 
 By Staff Report    News    July 14, 2022

Full-time lifeline

Two years after its inception, Wyoming’s suicide lifeline service has been expanded to full-time coverage, according to a July 11 press release from the Office of Governor Mark Gordon. “Wyoming citizens experiencing a mental health crisis and pot...

 
 By Staff Report    News    July 14, 2022

Mercury rising

Anglers who prefer to catch and eat their fish—rather than catch and release—have updated guidelines from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) and the Wyoming Department of Health in regards to fish consumption. The new consumption...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    July 14, 2022

Back in the Saddle for the town

Vivian Gonzales is putting the hat of Hanna Town Clerk back on after a six year absence. Gonzales had left the town clerk position to be Hanna Parks and Recreation Director. During the past six years...

 

Hanna Flea Market to help flags

On holidays of rememberence such as July 4, Memorial Day and Veterans Day, the town of Hanna has an "Avenue of Flags" which extends about a mile down WY 72 from the bridge to the Hanna Recreation...

 

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