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Articles from the October 4, 2017 edition

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Valley cats hold Whiteout

Saturday was described as an emotional day for the Saratoga Lady Panthers and the Encampment Lady Tigers as the two met in Saratoga to vie for points in the rapidly concluding regular volleyball... Full story


Lady Tigers win back-to-backs

The Encampment Lady Tigers traveled to Laramie Friday to take on the sophomore teams from two much larger schools, Laramie and Cheyenne South. The Tigers handily defeated both teams in back-to-back... Full story


Lady Panthers playoff hopes narrow

The Saratoga Lady Panthers had a difficult day Friday as they faced off against top-ranked 1A team and conference rival Rattlers of Little Snake River Valley School in Baggs. As the team rapidly... Full story


CCCOG talks cents

“This is one of the largest groups of people I have ever seen at one of these meetings,” Steve Nicholson, the Chair of Carbon County Council of Governments (CCCOG), said Sept. 20 at the CCCOG meeting. Over 30 people attended the meeting with... Full story


Burns Insurance named Wyoming 'best business'

Burns Insurance, winner of the Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce 2016 “Business of the Year” Award, was honored again for their professional staff and generous community involvement. Stacy Crimmins, Chamber CEO, nominated Burns... Full story


Homes wrecked

Two homes in Saratoga were demolished Friday afternoon after the town forwarded complaints it received from residents to the property owner. The two homes near the corner of Fourth and Saratoga Street... Full story


Tracking Chronic Wasting

According to Biff Burton, game warden for Wyoming Game and Fish, this year the agency is taking steps to track the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease, or CWD, a disease that is affecting deer, elk and moose in Wyoming and neighboring Colorado. The... Full story


HEM goes on lockdown

It is every school district's and parent's nightmare, an intruder with a weapon entering an educational facility where there are students. Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School had a loc... Full story


Miners hand Doggers a loss

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) Miners football team was not the first team to score when they met the Lingle Doggers football team, but when the game was over, the Miners showed they are... Full story


Lady Miners raid Lady Vikings

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School Lady Miners met the Guernsey Lady Vikings for the second time this season and won the match decisively. The first game was close with a score of 25-21. “We started a bit slow in our first... Full story


Panthers pull comeback

A slow start may have plagued the Saratoga Panthers football team yet again during its outing in Fremont County to take on the Shoshoni Wranglers, but that didn’t stop the team from coming back and taking their second conference win. After finding... Full story


Cross country top team in Wheatland

Saratoga Middle/High School's cross country team hit the ground running at the Wheatland Invitational Friday, taking top-ranked finishes for the runners, and earning the top team ranking at the... Full story


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