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 By Joshua Wood    News    August 14, 2019

Sunday closure stays

The Upper Platte River Solid Waste Disposal District (UPRSWDD) addressed their pursuit of consolidated billing during their Aug. 7 meeting in Saratoga as they listened to a proposal from Alysson...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    August 14, 2019

Judging sludge, protecting water

The Encampment Town Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday with all council members present with the exception of Bill Craig. Mayor Greg Salisbury and Doreen Harvey Town Clerk/Treasurer were also in attend...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    August 14, 2019

WY-not 230?

The Riverside Town Council met at 6 p.m. on Thursday at the Riverside Town Hall where all current council members were in attendance. Mayor Leroy Stephenson and Town Clerk/Treasurer Jan Cook were...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    August 14, 2019

Quist returns

Nearly four months since first appearing before the Saratoga Town Council, Bob Quist, interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Memorial Hospital of Carbon County (MHCC), returned for the Aug. 6...

 

Kindergarten coping

Next week, the day that every parent dreams for and every child dreads for three months will finally arrive. The first day of school. When I was younger, I always dreaded the first day of school. There was really no particular reason for it other... Full story

 

No easy task

To the Saratoga Sun Staff, Anyone who has worked in the newspaper business knows it is hard work getting a newspaper out when everything goes right, and it rarely goes right. I am impressed with how the team came together and published the paper two...

 

Benefits of Brush Creek

Dear Editor, The past couple of weeks you have run letters from readers who feel Brush Creek is changing the valley in a way that they don’t approve of. I would make the opposite argument. I would start by the obvious and that is that they are targ...

 

Thank you White family and Brush Creek Ranch

Dear Editor, We want to express my appreciation to Brush Creek Ranch and the White’s for their investment in Wyoming. We believe that our state benefits in many ways from Brush Creek and it’s employees and guests. Many of the employees of Brush C...

 

Finding the stories

On the evening of Aug. 2, the Grand Encampment Museum (GEM) hosted a panel of authors and historians at the Grand Encampment Opera House as part of their Pioneering Women Symposium. The panel, called...

 

A big trek to Big Creek

The Grand Encampment Museum (GEM) will be holding a historical trek that will appeal to both local and Native American history buffs on Aug. 17 as they host the "Native American Trek at Big Creek: A B...

 

Sunshine for HBM

Sunshine Solaas is settling into her job as the new director for the Hanna Basin Museum (HBM). The position had not been filled for several months and Solaas acknowledges there is work to be done....

 

Ski Jump program, trek grounded

Two programs by local historian Dick Perue, one sponsored by the Saratoga Friends of the Library and another sponsored by the Saratoga Museum, have been cancelled. The Friends of the Library program,...

 

A 'grand' day for Buttercup

At just about any county fair, it is not uncommon to see a variety of different animals ranging from swine to poultry to steer. The Carbon County Fair is no different and, every year, children and...

 

Getting on the map

Nicole Karem is Gateway Community Coordinator for the Continental Divide Trail Coalition (CDTC) and she came to Carbon County on July 22 to explain designating Encampment/Riverside as a Gateway Commun...

 

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