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 By Joshua Wood    News    September 30, 2020

Mullen Fire sees dramatic increase

Since starting on September 17, the Mullen Fire has grown to over 80,000 acres in size as it continues to threaten multiple communities while challenging fire crews. Additionally, the fire has decreas...

 

Late start for kindergarten?

Parents hoping to enroll their children in kindergarten next school year may have to wait due to legislation passed by the Wyoming Legislature during the 2020 Budget Session. This new information was...

 

Fanny Lucille Williams

Fanny Lucille Williams was called to her Heavenly Home on Saturday, September 19, 2020. She had suffered with Alzheimer's Disease for the past 10 years and succumbed to a major stroke. Lucille was...

 

School district talks graduation

Though the 2020/2021 School Year just started, discussion of graduation appeared before the Carbon County School District No. 2 (CCSD2) Board of Trustees during their meeting on September 21. While...

 

HART of Winter

The Hanna Agricultural Resource Team (HART) met at 5 p.m. on September 15 at the Hanna Market. “We need to get ready for the cold weather,” Chairman Perry Goodrich, said. “We already got one...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    September 30, 2020

Council discusses job descriptions

Members of the Saratoga Town Council gathered in the Steve Wilcoxson Town Council Chambers on September 18 to discuss job descriptions for town employees and were joined by legal counsel Cathy...

 

Cowboy state outback took a beating during the summer

Wyoming’s gigantic back yard—its national forests and wilderness areas—took a mighty beating this summer as Americans tried to escape from urban areas and get away from the scourge of the COVID-19 virus. From one end of Wyoming to the other,...

 

Credit where its due, Memories Correction

Dear Editor, Dr. Osborne did have the remains of “Big Nose George” Parrot, one the two outlaws who killed Robert Widdowfield and Tip Vincent. Parrot’s remains were stored in a barrel. Some of the skin of Parrot was used to make a pair of shoes...

 

Hanna treasurer retires

Pam Paulson took her first bookkeeping class at Hanna High School. Although not born in Carbon County, Paulson came to the town a little before the mining boom in the 1980s and Hanna was the place...

 

Saratoga Panthers beat Riverside Rebels

The Saratoga Panthers traveled to Basin on Saturday to secure a win against the Riverside Rebels. "We have been improving each week and this game showed it," Panther head coach Logan Wright, said. Wri...

 

Vikings steal Miner victory

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) Miners continued to dig for a win as they were hosted by the Guernsey-Sunrise Vikings It was not to be. Not because the Miners did not play a competitive...

 

Panthers run home

Saratoga Cross Country had their yearly chance to showcase their speed and resilience for the local fans last week as they hosted the Shanna Ward Memorial Invitational at the Saratoga Hot Springs...

 

Lady Panthers regain footing

Despite their two conference losses the week before, the Saratoga Lady Panthers wasted no time jumping back onto the court and securing two wins; one of them a conference win. The Saratoga netters...

 

Lady Miners continue their winning ways

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) Lady Miners played three games on the road this past week and came out the winner in all three instances. "I think it speaks well for these girls that we...

 

Playing with heart

Following a duo of conference losses the week before, the Encampment Lady Tigers used last week to better perfect their game before returning to conference play.  The Lady Tigers faced two teams...

 

The summer of COVID-19

Summer 2020 is officially over and Carbon County, like the state of Wyoming, had to make adjustments as the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) was still impacting life for many residents. It was hoped back...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    September 30, 2020

Mullen Fire surges to nearly 100,000

*The information in this article is up-to-date as of October 2 at 9:52 a.m.* Just two weeks since it began west of the Savage Run Wilderness, the Mullen Fire is now nearly 100,000 acres in size...

 

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