Articles from the August 3, 2023 edition

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 By Joshua Wood    News    August 3, 2023

Grand Marshal Mo

Cheryl Munroe doesn’t seem to know the meaning of slow down. The Wyoming native, born and raised in Riverton, taught for nearly 50 years before she retired. Even up to the day of her retirement...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    August 3, 2023

Lessons learned in food service

The county fair brings to mind a number of images: rodeos, a sense of community and parades. The same goes for the Carbon County Fair. Food trucks from near and far gather at the fairgrounds and seem...

 

School Supply Drive Scheduled for August 7 - 31

The Saratoga Sun, in partnership with Carbon County School District 2, will be holding a school supply drive from Monday August 7 through Thursday August 31. The goal is to ensure that all of our local students can get the new school year off to a...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    August 3, 2023

First-time Fowlers

For one week, young people from all over Carbon County converge onto the country fairgrounds to show cattle, sheep, goats, pigs and poultry. It was this last one which was on display Monday afternoon....

 
 By Joshua Wood    Opinion    August 3, 2023

John Lund: The Master of Reinvention

In the Platte Valley, where there is no shortage of colorful characters, there wasn’t anyone quite like John Lund. John, who lived to the age of 92, was proof that it was never too late to reinvent...

 

Life on the pond

Research indicates that water has an impact on all five senses at the same time, immersing our psyche in a rest and digest response. It triggers a parasympathetic nervous response that lowers your...

 

From the Platte Valley Ministerial Association

A Fundraising Outreach Eat, Sing, Give! Do you love an old fashioned Gospel Sing? How about a Gospel Sing that features free hot dogs, chips, popcorn, sodas, and even snow cones? Well, then, head to the Saratoga Museum Pavilion on Sunday, August...

 

Equiping Faith Communities to Minister to Those Impacted by Suicide

By the Rev. Canon Bobbe Fitzhugh, Episcopal Church in Wyoming Serving St. James’ Encampment, Chapel on the Plains Medicine Bow, St. Thomas’ Rawlins “6% of adults and 17% of adolescents are thinking about suicide at any given time and 50% of...

 

How much is too much?

CASPER — About a dozen people spoke at a Rock Springs meeting earlier this month about a historic rate hike proposal brought by Rocky Mountain Power — Wyoming’s largest electricity provider. Though more than 70% of Rocky Mountain Power’s...

 

Chatting with the Chief

The valley saw a lot of visitors this past week for various events along with the normal tourism for this time of year. Even with the extra traffic in the area Chief Morris said that the ticketing and violations did not see an increase and was...

 

BLM Wyoming holds successful wild horse adoption at the 2023 Cheyenne Frontier Days

Cheyenne, Wyo. – The Bureau of Land Management and Mantle Ranch Wild Horse Adoption and Training Facility successfully adopted 14 wild horses at the 2023 Cheyenne Frontier Days. The average bid across all horses was $1,100, with a 2-year-old...

 
 By Zeb Munson    News    August 3, 2023

'What just happened'

From Music to Fireworks, something could be found to entertain and delight the senses of all attending the 17th Annual What Fest. Many forms of musical expression could be heard throughout the weekend...

 
 By Virginia Parker    News    August 3, 2023

Valley Village Childcare and Excel preschool moves forward

“It takes a village to raise a child”. In this case, it took a village to raise a childcare center. Volunteers, board members, and staff spent scores of hours working to make the new Valley...

 
 By Gary Hohnodel    News    August 3, 2023

Saratoga stages inaugural Pickleball tourney

The town of Saratoga, and the Saratoga Recreation Department, staged the 1st Annual Pickleball Tournament on Saturday, July 22, at Veterans Island. The event drew 20 players, competing in doubles,...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    August 3, 2023

Saratoga man still on the run

A Saratoga man who wrecked a stolen vehicle and is believed to have stolen another is still on the run as of Tuesday afternoon. On July 28, the Rawlins Police Department announced in a press release...

 
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