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Historic win for Saratoga

Logan Wright, Head Coach of the Saratoga High School football team had a good feeling his Panther team would do well against the Panther team from Wright, Wyoming, last week. He also knew the other...

 

North Platte Valley Medical Center nearing completion

The North Platte Valley Medical Center Project (NPVMC) was born nearly five years ago. Leaders from the community and the Corbett Medical Foundation (CMF) saw financial problems developing at the...

 

Firewater out, Malt in

When Danny Burau opened his restaurant half a decade ago, he knew he was taking a risk. He wanted to have a place that made all its food on premise and be open seven days a week. Burau explained how...

 

Prepping for the Holiday Season

Community Choirs in both Saratoga and Encampment are preparing for the upcoming holiday season. The Saratoga Community Choir will have their Christmas Concert performance on December 11 at 4 p.m. at... Full story

 

Water woes continue to plague the Spring Avenue project

In April, the Carbon County Impact Joint Powers Board (CCIJPB) reviewed details of the Spring Avenue water line replacement project with T-O Engineers. This project involves replacing 1,800 feet of...

 

The times are a changin'

Not to jinx myself, but I have been pretty lucky with this whole aging thing. I recently completed lifeguard certification and this body surprised me by being up to the physical aspects of the test....

 

HART goes into hibernation

The Hanna Agricultural Resource Team (HART) has been getting ready for the change of seasons. On September 24, the organization had their last barbeque for the summer. It actually was in the Hanna...

 

Facing the challenge

All businesses have a similar beginning, starting as an idea which can spark a plan. As of 2020, there were 31.7 million small businesses in the United States, 68,641 of those are located in Wyoming....

 

A little dance for the Miners

"We had a great game," Hanna, Elk Mountain (HEM) Miner High School football head coach Zack Scott said.  "We played well on both sides of the ball and really applied what we have been working on in...

 

Tigers continue to tear up opponents

The Encampment Tiger High School football team took no prisoners against the Kaycee Buckaroo football team. They allowed Kaycee 6 points in the 2nd quarter, but that was it. The Tigers went to score...

 

Rattlers don't fear Devils

The Little Snake River Valley (LSRV) Rattler High School football team went up against the Hulett Devils in Midwest last Saturday and won in the usual manner.  Big. The score was 52 to 0. Rattlers...

 

The Lady Tigers hustle to win

The Tigers found the Little Snake River Rattlers ready to fight. The Tigers fell to the Rattlers 21-8 and 21-19, leaving that game at 2-0. They were challenged by Burlington’s Lady Huskies, winning...

 

Saratoga's Lady Panthers played to win at Thermopolis Invitational

The Lady Panthers faced off with Riverside’s Lady Rebels Friday afternoon. The Rebels overcame the Panthers in a 2-0 game. This gave the Panthers a 12-4 record. Later in the afternoon the Panthers...

 

Saratoga's Cross Country Seniors run for the finish line

On September 30 the Saratoga Cross Country Team went to the Wheatland Invite and proved they have what it takes to win. Coach Rex Hohnholt shared his feelings about the meet, "Great effort at the meet...

 
 By Staff Report    News    October 6, 2022

Annual Potato Harvest at UW R&E Center Benefits Food Bank of Wyoming

More than 10,000 pounds of potatoes from the second annual potato harvest at the James C. Hageman Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension Center (SAREC) are in distribution across the state...

 
 By Staff Report    News    October 6, 2022

WY Unclaimed Property pays out $2.564 million in first quarter

The Unclaimed Property Division of the Wyoming State Treasurer’s Office issued 2,389 checks totaling $2.564 million between July 1 and Sept. 30. The first-quarter results included $1.07 million paid in the month of September highlighted by a...

 

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