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Articles from the July 15, 2015 edition

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 By Shelby McGuire    News    July 15, 2015

Girl power

On June 27, 2015, Laurie Forster was elected as the first-ever female president on the Carbon Power and Light (CP&L) Board. There has only been one other woman on Carbon's Board of Directors besides...

 
 By Madeline Weiss    News    July 15, 2015

Council updated on wind energy project

Kara Choquette, Director of Communications for both Power Company of Wyoming, LLC (PCW) and TransWest Express, LLC (TWE), and her colleague Ryan Jacobson, Director of Engineering and Construction for...

 

Thomas Paul McGuire

Thomas Paul McGuire, of Saratoga, passed July 12 at the University of Colorado Hospital in Denver. Services are pending....

 
 By Sarah Hutchins    News    July 15, 2015

Airport taxiway re-pavement up for bid, again

At 6 p.m. on July 8 at Saratoga Town Hall, the Airport Board determined that a contract they have with a company to re-pave the taxiway will have to be terminated for re-bid after a contract...

 
 By Staff Report    News    July 15, 2015

Wyoming reports first case of West Nile virus

The first case of West Nile virus in Wyoming this season has been reported to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH), affecting a Sheridan County resident. “We want to remind residents to take steps to protect themselves and their families from mos...

 
 By Madeline Weiss    News    July 15, 2015

Communication remains key for SCWEMS

South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Service (SCWEMS) Joint Powers Board underwent a Board member shift at the July 8 meeting. Roy Barber, At-Large representative and chair of the board, has...

 
 By Madeline Weiss    News    July 15, 2015

Fridays with the Mayor

Mayor Ed Glode discussed some topics that came up at the July 7 Town Council meeting, such as the hiring of two part-time police officers instead of one full-time employee although one of the...

 
 By Candy Moulton    News    July 15, 2015

Cowboy gathering celebrates Wyoming statehood, ranch traditions

Recognition of lifelong ranchers, a celebration of 125 years of Wyoming Statehood, and the local induction of individuals in the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame are highlight events for the 13th Annual Grand Encampment Cowboy Gathering slated for July...

 

A game of cat-and-mouse, sort of

I haven’t had reliable internet (or a TV for that matter) since moving here. I can get anything I need done at my office, so I haven’t been able to justify the expense. I wasn’t ever a...

 

Three CCSD No. 2 students awarded 4-H Foundation Scholarships

The Carbon County 4-H Foundation has awarded three scholarships to Carbon County School District No. 2 students, which will be used for the 2015-16 fall semester. Receiving a $500 scholarship as graduating seniors were Marshal Hill, a Saratoga...

 
 By Sarah Hutchins    News    July 15, 2015

Putting Riverside on the map

During the monthly Riverside Town council meeting at 6 p.m. on July 9, a guest from the Carbon County Museum presented a plan for the Town of Riverside and explained why the town should be involved....

 
 By Sarah Hutchins    News    July 15, 2015

Second threat and hazard meeting held

At 9 a.m. on July 9, John Zieger, Carbon County Emergency Management Coordinator, met to finish the last meeting needed to gain stakeholder input on a Threat and Hazard Identification Risk Assessment...

 
 By Madeline Weiss    News    July 15, 2015

Awarded teacher rewards her students

Catherine McAtee, third grade teacher at Hanna Elk Mountain (HEM) Elementary, was named one of ten winners of the 2015 Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award, granting her statewide recognition. With the...

 
 By Sarah Hutchins    News    July 15, 2015

Savery Creek at second glance

The High Savery Dam and Reservoir, according to Brad Tribby, Fishery Biologist for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), has always had good intentions for the region. It supplies irrigation for...

 

Saratoga graduate brings home second-place National FBLA trophy

Hunter Mason, a 2015 graduate of Saratoga High School, brought home a second place trophy from the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Convention in Chicago, Ill. that took place June...

 
 By Staff Report    News    July 15, 2015

Laramie woman rescued from Medicine Bow Peak after snowboarding accident

Rescue teams from Carbon and Albany Counties worked for about six hours on July 4 to rescue a 20 year old Laramie woman who was injured while snowboarding down Medicine Bow Peak above Lake Marie on the Carbon and Albany County line. According to Carb...

 

Wyoming birthdays past, love power and babies by mail

Centennial celebration surpassed all expectations July 11, 1990 25 years ago What a celebration Saratoga had this last weekend, honoring Wyoming’s Centennial as a state and also the 75th anniversary of the Saratoga Fish Hatchery! The turnout...

 
 By Sue Howe    Lifestyles    July 15, 2015

Upcoming breakfast & barbeque

There were not enough here to play bingo on Tuesday. There were two tables for duplicate bridge Monday. High winners were Mariel O’Grady and Gertrude Herold. Second high went to Marianne Blue and Mary Sjoden. We got the papers for the tax refund...

 

Keeping busy and happy

Games provide laughter and socialization during the week. On Sunday afternoon, four residents played Dominoes with Pat Rust winning. On Monday afternoon, four residents played Yahtzee with Pat Rust winning. On Wednesday and Friday afternoons,...

 

Center gets new management

We are back! Hello Everyone from the Sagebrush Senior Center. We have had a few changes along the way. Our Site Manager Ronda Krouch has left us to move on to bigger and brighter things. We wish her well in her adventure. Our new Site Manager is Kim...

 

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