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Articles from the September 21, 2016 edition

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Serving up losses

Encampment High School girls' varsity volleyball team extended its undefeated winning streak with two matches over the weekend. The team faced off at home against the Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow... Full story


Rx for a heathier community

A new anonymous and secured drop box at the Saratoga Police Department now gives Valley residents the ability to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs in a safe and environmentally sound way. The... Full story

 By Max Miller    News    September 21, 2016

Fire update

From all appearances, three wild fires burning near the state line are in terminal phase, and fire managers are shifting focus from suppression to rehabilitation. According to a Forest Service news... Full story


Glenn W. Leavengood

Glenn Leavengood fought a seven-year battle with cancer that ended on Oct. 19, 2015. Glenn was born in Kansas, but got to Wyoming as quick as he could as the adopted child of Slim and Bird (Stockwell)... Full story


LSRV Fall Trek Sunday

Have you always wanted to travel over Buffalo Pass between Steamboat and Walden? Do you want to learn more about Howelsen Hill and the early ski industry in Steamboat? If so, then join your friends for the 22nd annual community fall trek. The trek is... Full story


Behind the barbed wire

Manpower shortages during World War II led to establishment of a prisoner of war camp at Ryan Park, Wyo., in the Medicine Bow mountains of southern Wyoming, according to a 1943 article in the Saratoga Sun. While a camp, the facility housed Italian,... Full story

 By Max Miller    News    September 21, 2016

Planning commission draws the line

"How do we divvy this up?" Saratoga Planning Commission member Will Faust asked at a Sept. 13 meeting of the group. Perhaps the quintessential question of planning, Faust was referring in this case... Full story


Paring down times

The Saratoga Middle/High School Cross Country Team returns home after two weekends spent running in Colorado to host the Saratoga Invitational on Friday. Last Friday’s performance at the John Martin Invite in Fort Collins saw improvement from many... Full story


Lady Panthers bring "A" game

After a momentary stumble against their first conference opponent Sept. 10, the Panthers volleyball team came roaring back to form last week. The girls took all three of their matches in commanding... Full story


Panthers gridders lose to Southeast 46-6

With its first scheduled conference competition right around the corner Sept. 23, the Saratoga football team suffered another loss Sept. 16, falling 46-6 to the Southeast Cyclones. It was the third... Full story



Senior Center Menu Wednesday: Meatloaf, rice pilaf, spinach, wheat bread, peaches, milk Thursday: Chicken/dumplings, asparagus, wheat roll, fruit cut, milk Friday: Salisbury steak/gravy, baked potato, steamed carrots, wheat bread, cherries, milk... Full story


Carbon County School District #2 Schools on Lockout.

Following an anonymous email threat, Carbon County School District #2 placed all schools in the district on lockout status. Jim Copeland, CCSD #2 superintendent of schools, said that school will be dismissed on time, buses will run on schedule and... Full story


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