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Articles from the September 8, 2022 edition

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Platte Valley Arts Council grand reveal

The hum of curiosity vibrated through the Platte Valley Community Center (PVCC) on Saturday. Large and small pieces of art hidden under fabric and tarps tantalized all of those gathered for the Art...

 

The flags are not forgotten

The Labor Day holiday started Friday, and for many Carbon County residents, it was the beginning of getting ready to depart to some place. For Hanna residents Dorla Baker and Gene Buckendorf Friday...

 

Saratoga Police Department arrests two at the Saratoga Hot Springs

A routine hot pool check on August 27 resulted in Sargeant Tyler Christen arresting two men from Cheyenne. Jason and Jeremy Shutt were arguing in the parking lot. When one of the men lifted his...

 

Delia May DeMarce

Delia May DeMarce, 71, of Rawlins, Wyoming passed away Saturday, August 27, 2022 at Central Wyoming Hospice Kloefkorn Home with her daughter Jennie by her side. Dede was born on December 24, 1950 in...

 

Threats thwarted by Saratoga Police Department

A suspect was arrested for terroristic threats on Saturday morning in Saratoga. The suspect had been making threats for several weeks directed at law enforcement and the Care Center. Statements had...

 

Great news, the Farmer's Market will continue through September

The season has been extended for the Farmers Market at the Saratoga Museum. Every Sunday throughout September, from 2 p.m. through 6 p.m., the Farmers Market will be providing fresh fruit and vegetables, baked goods, home canned goodies and other...

 

Third Annual Pesto Festo serves up dinner fresh from the garden

The sun was setting over the prairie when dinner was served at the Saratoga Community Garden Pesto Fest gathering. Thanks to the organizational abilities of Geri Doherty and the commitment to...

 

How a tiny mite could slow the spread of whitetop throughout the state

What some people may think is a beautiful white flower is actually an aggressively invasive weed. Hoary cress, also known as whitetop, is a noxious weed that causes many problems throughout Wyoming. To mitigate the spread of this noxious weed, the...

 

Governor Gordon's Education Initiative Prepares Recommendations for Review

Governor Mark Gordon’s education initiative has completed its statewide listening sessions and is currently preparing a series of policy recommendations. Building on the momentum of a statewide survey that garnered in excess of 7,000 responses,...

 

Ignore Cheney And Trump – August Primary Were Wyoming Voters

It’s taken me three weeks to finally digest what happened in Wyoming during that GOP primary election Aug. 16.  The results came quickly but what the hell really happened? This election was seen as a proxy fight between former President Donald...

 

Winters of discontent

It has been getting a bit brisk at night which is great given how warm it has been the past week. For the record, I am enjoying the hot, if not scorching afternoons. I love the feeling of the sun heat...

 

Battle Pass Scenic By Way displays historical interpretive signs

Filled with a wealth of beauty and history, the journey west on Highway 70 leading from Encampment to Baggs will take you on a voyage of discovery. Take your time and let your imagination transport...

 

Cougars beat Panthers first game

"In my opinion, there were two different games played," Saratoga Head Football Coach Logan Wright said. "Until the middle of the 3rd quarter, we were playing competitively and then the wheels sort of...

 

Rattlers bite Longhorns

The Little Snake River Valley (LSRV) Rattler High School football team started their season looking like the state champions they were last year in 6-man football as they took on the Meeteetse...

 

Good game lost

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School Miner football team met the Kaycee Buckaroos at noon, Friday on HEM's home turf. Last year, the Miners had just enough players for 6-man. This year...

 

The 78th Annual One-Shot Antelope Hunt Announces New Hunt Teams

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon will be hosting the 78th Annual One-Shot Antelope Hunt beginning Thursday, September 15th.  The One-Shot Antelope Hunt is the oldest invitational hunt in the country.  It originated in Lander, WY and continues to be...

 

This week at the Saratoga Care Center

by Tom Mansfied, Activity Volunteer The Activity Director and her assistants offered another week of activities both morning and afternoon. On Monday, residents worked out to exercise for seniors on the internet in the morning and listened to Trivia...

 

Mudd Riots roar back to Life in Saratoga

The Mudd Riots came back to life on August 27 at the Whistle Pig Saloon and the mud started flying at 11 a.m. With a crew of a dozen, never say never men and women, they put on a Mudd Riot that wowed...

 

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