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Commitment conversations

The Saratoga Town Council met at 6 p.m. on Oct. 2 at the Saratoga Town Hall. Council member Steve Wilcoxson was not present. The agenda and minutes from Sept.18 were approved as were financials in...



The Hanna Agricultural Resource Team (HART) met at 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 25 at the Hanna Market to discuss how to update members on what is going on. Perry Goodrich, director of HART, said he was going t...

 By Joshua Wood    News    October 10, 2018

Not without representation

The meeting of the Upper Platte River Solid Waste Disposal District (UPRSWDD) at 7 p.m. on Oct. 3 at the Saratoga Town Hall marked the first meeting of recently approved board member Schelby Merrill,...


'Goblin' candy

Look for witches, goblins, ghouls and a few princesses to be walking the streets of Saratoga the afternoon of Halloween. For a safe and convenient way to trick-or-treat, preschool and elementary-aged kids (and their parents) can stroll downtown...


From Tyre to Saratoga

Rev. Ameer Issak, pastor of the Tyre Evangelical Center in Tyre, Lebanon, will visit the First Presbyterian Church of Saratoga to share what is happening with the Church in that area of the Middle...


Powerful pennies

It’s hard to advocate for a tax. Much less two. However, we at the Saratoga Sun feel that both the One Percent Sales and Use Tax (also known as the 5th Penny Tax) and the Two Percent Lodging Tax should overwhelmingly be passed once again. Fifth...


Keep Kaiser

Dear Editor, It has come to my attention that the Saratoga City Council is planning NOT to renew the lease on the Platte Valley Medical Clinic building to Dr. Kaiser, and, instead is turning it over to HMS to run. Though I am not a Saratoga... Full story


New 'Crossing' in Elk Mt.

Elk Mountain is a small community that enjoys tremendous beauty around it. Though the town has plenty of history from pioneer times, it has become a bedroom community. There are now very few...

 By Joshua Wood    Sports    October 10, 2018

Togie takes third in Buffalo

The Saratoga Lady Panthers ventured up to Buffalo over the weekend to participate in the Arvada-Clearmont Invitational where they saw their fair share of victories, but did suffer a loss to the...

 By Joshua Wood    Sports    October 10, 2018

Red and black in silver

The Encampment Lady Tigers traveled to Buffalo over the weekend to compete in the Arvada-Clearmont Invitational. While there, the young team of volleyball players would suffer several losses, but...

 By Joshua Wood    Sports    October 10, 2018

Speeding through Sprague

Saratoga’s long distance runners took off to Cheyenne on Friday for their final race of the season before the state championship on Oct. 20 in Sheridan. Participating in the Leroy Sprague...


Panthers downed by Huskies

The Saratoga football team met the Burlington Huskies on Friday and although the Panthers lost 69-14, Logan Wright, the Saratoga head football coach, said the game had its highlights. “We came out a...


Miners grab No. 2 spot

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) football team had a win from the Rock River Longhorns by forfeit. This puts the Miners at 6-0 and 5-0 in their conference. They are ranked number two in... Full story


Lady Miners 'split' weekend

“We were Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde this weekend,” Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) volleyball head coach Jackie Jones said. “We started off the tournament doing great and the next day, we h... Full story


Family footsteps

Jezria Collins recently established a new Saratoga business, Provident Realty. "I am very connected to Carbon County since I was born and raised here," Collins said. "I got my brokers license at 20...

 By Joshua Wood    News    October 10, 2018

To wait or not to wait?

Following the announcement of the closure of Platte Valley Medical Clinic (PVMC) many residents went to PVMC to request a copy of their records, or that their records be transferred to Health... Full story

 By Joshua Wood    News    October 10, 2018

Command and Control at the Ryan Fire

Much needed cooler temperatures and precipitation arrived on the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 3 which aided with the ongoing fight against the Ryan Fire. Since then, temperatures have remained... Full story


Stalking the red stag

In April, Encampment resident Robert "Bobby" Bergeson and his oldest daughter, Jana Runyan, had the opportunity to take part in a red stag hunt in New Zealand. Introduced to the islands in the late 18...


RMP rehearses re-powering

As a part of Rocky Mountain Power's Energy Vision 2020 initiative last week the company began testing the process of replacing wind turbine nacelles and blades at the Seven Mile Hill wind farm. Rocky...


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