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Articles from the September 29, 2022 edition

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Soup luncheons for hunters in October

“Soup’s on” all next month at the Saratoga Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, according to an announcement made this week by the sponsoring Deacons. Information released following a recent meeting of the Deacons reads, “It was decided to... Full story

 

Armor those who protect

Saratoga Hot Springs Resort and Spa owner Dr. Michael (Doc) Janssen was reading about a Saratoga Town Council meeting when he learned the town did not have a budget for the police armor Chief Ken...

 

Retirement, roads and turbines

At the Carbon County Commissioners meeting on September 20, 2022, Sheriff Archie Royal asked to recognize Becky George’s 17 years of service to Carbon County Sheriff’s office. She is retiring....

 

Hanna can swim again

At the Hanna Town Council met on September 13, Larry Korkow, director of public works acknowledged the heavy truck traffic in town. “I am sure you all have noticed the water trucks running through town,” Korkow said. “Gateway South has a water...

 

Autumn falls into Wyoming

Bringing something akin to a second spring, leaves turning into the colors of flowers, fall is in the air. Our bright blue skies provide a vivid backdrop to the reds, yellows and oranges that splash...

 

Small towns and their people

by Samantha Tylka There are many small towns in today's world. One that really sticks out is Hanna in Carbon County, Wyoming. The population was 841 during the 2010 census. The recent census of 2020...

 

Encampment feeds the hungry too

Editor, The September 15 Saratoga Sun included an article about the Food Bank of Wyoming in Hanna and the local food pantry in Saratoga. We would like to make it known that the town of Encampment has a community food pantry housed at the Presbyterian...

 

A hop, skip and a jump

The disparities between rural and urban healthcare are no secret. According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 46 million Americans live in rural areas and due to living in these...

 

Celebrating the positive

The Carbon County Economic Development Corporation (CCEDC) had their annual review meeting at the historic Sinclair (Parco) Theater. There was food and drink before which allowed guests to mingle...

 

Shana Ward Memorial Invitational Cross Country

According to Coach Rex Hohnholt, the Shana Ward Memorial Invitational was the largest cross country meet ever with 17 high school teams participating. Parents, coaches and athletes helped at the...

 

Saratoga Lady Panthers gobbled up LSRV Lady Rattlers

Thursday's home conference match against the LSRV Lady Rattlers was a hard win. The Lady Panthers stepped out and took the lead in the first two sets with 25-19 and 25-16. The third and fourth set...

 

Encampment Lady Tigers bring it on Friday

The Lady Tigers fought hard and ended the first set against the Pronghorns, 25-16. The second set was a close challenge, with the Tigers coming out on top with 25-22. The Pronghorns took the second...

 

Lady Miners keep on learning

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School volleyball team went to the Lusk tournament this past weekend and got an opportunity to play some strong teams. Unfortunately, the Lady Miners...

 

Panthers pounce back on Vikings

Head coach for the Saratoga Panther football has said all season long his team this year was one of the best teams he has coached. The first team they faced in Wind River is one of best teams having...

 

Green River is good for Rattlers

The Little Snake River Valley (LSRV) Rattler High School football team went to Green River this past weekend to play Green River Wolves’ JV team. The Rattlers did well winning 52-19. Head coach for...

 

Miners succumb to Tigers at home

The previous week the Encampment Tigers High School football team had a tough loss to Dubois, who were smarting from the loss to Little Snake River Valley the week before that. The Tigers wanted the...

 

Have pumpkin, will travel

It was a cool, crisp autumn morning on September 24. Perfect weather for the 6th Annual Pumpkin Run hosted by the Carbon County Library Foundation. While there was no frost on the pumpkins, a make...

 

Saratoga Elementary School Hosts 2022 AG Day

The wind had a chill, but the sun was shining while the elementary school kids visited nine different stations to learn about Agriculture in the Upper North Platte Valley at the Saratoga Elementary...

 

For the record

Physician, heal thyself is a common saying with Judeo-Christian roots often used in regards to the medical community. For Memorial Hospital of Carbon County (MHCC), it could also apply to their newly...

 

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