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Councilwoman resigns

The Saratoga Town Council met at 6 p.m. on Sept. 18 at the Saratoga Town Hall. Council member Jenny Lou Garland was not in attendance, but the rest of the council was at the meeting. It was business...

 

Cooley named Wyo. Realtor of the Year

Marcy Cooley is a total Carbon County girl, although in her early years, she was raised in Rock River. When her father told her the family was going to live in Encampment, Cooley was resistant. She...

 

Shirley Joy Humphrey

A Celebration of Life for Shirley Joy (Reed) Humphrey, 81, will be held on Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Cheyenne Airport Golf Course from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and continued at a tailgate party in Tailgate Alley at the University of Wyoming stadium in... Full story

 

Marie Tatum

Marie was born May 26, 1921 and passed away September 14, 2018 at the age of 97. She grew up on the isolated Boden homestead a dozen miles west of Saratoga on Little Jack Creek. Marie enjoyed:... Full story

 

Karen (Gale) Young

Karen (Gale) Young, age 76, of Thornton, Colorado passed away August 25, 2018. She was born October 20, 1941, in Laramie to Edward Leroy and Elda Louise White Gale. Karen was lovingly cared for by John and Hattie White, her grandparents in Saratoga,... Full story

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    September 26, 2018

Riverside gets some 'Air'

During their regularly scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 13, the Riverside Town Council heard from Helen Weiland, their representative on South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Services...

 

Lockdowns and catering

The Hanna Town Council met at 6 p.m. on Sept. 11 at the Hanna Town Hall. Traci Fowler, council member, was absent. After saying the pledge of allegiance, Tony Poulos asked for a two minute silence...

 

A word from a town idiot

Reporters have to become an instant “expert” on a wide range of topics. We are required to break down complex issues in a manner you, the reader, can easily digest while not leaving out any pertinent information. It’s why I consider myself an...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    September 26, 2018

Savers of the Purple Sage

The Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust (WSGLT) recently conserved 2,257 acres of Purple Sage Ranch in Carbon County, which is owned by the Davis family of Baggs. According to a press release from the...

 

POW power

Every week, MaxPreps, a division of the CBS corporation, chooses high school athletes from all 50 states to highlight in various sports. For volleyball, that decision is made in cooperation with the...

 

Saratoga sportsmanship

The distance runners of the Saratoga Middle/High School cross-country team were able to perform for the hometown crowd this weekend as they hosted the Shana Ward Memorial Invite, held at the Saratoga...

 

Lady Panthers take three more

The Saratoga Lady Panthers continued their run of victories last week as they won against the Hanna, Elk Mountain and Medicine Bow (HEM) Lady Miners on Thursday (25-23, 25-19, 25-15), the Little...

 

Lady Tigers struggle with rival cats

The young Encampment Lady Tigers continue to struggle through their season as they suffered two more losses last week. Encampment fell to the North Park Lady Wildcats (9-25, 25-27, 21-25) in Walden,...

 

Miners keep piling on

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School football team went to Lingle/Ft. Laramie and continued their winning ways. The Miners are 4-0. Zach Scott, the head football coach can’t help but...

 

Panthers take Rams by the horns

Saratoga football head coach Logan Wright may not like his team is listed as Saratoga JV on Wyopreps.com and the games are listed only as exhibitions, but the team is playing like a varsity contender...

 

Lady Miners face tough competition

It is never easy to lose, but Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School Volleyball head coach Jackie Jones knows that it is important to have losses as well as wins, when looking at the big...

 

Getting your kicks (and throws)

Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. you will find Nick Haderlie teaching Judo on the stage adjacent to the Platte Valley Community Center Gym basketball court. On Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. Christina...

 

Hay, hay, hay!

Staff Report For the second year in a row, Valley residents can expect to see hay bale sculptures standing in fields thanks to the Platte Valley Arts Council (PVAC). In a recent press release, the...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    September 26, 2018

Ryan redoubles

High winds, dry weather and ample fuel led to a massive increase in the Ryan Fire across both the Wyoming and Colorado border over the weekend. The increase was, in fact, predicted by members of...

 

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