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Articles from the October 13, 2022 edition

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Making strides to complete projects

At the Saratoga Town Councils Meeting Tuesday, October 4, Town Clerk, Marie Christen introduced Invoice Cloud representatives that presented information about their software. Invoice Cloud is a...

 

HEM's principal meet and greet

When Steve Priest, the former principal of Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow, (HEM) High School indicated his last day would be in late September, a committee was created to recommend to the Carbon...

 

We are the champions

The Saratoga Middle School volleyball team headed to conference as the number 1 seed Saturday allowing the B team to also compete. Saratoga B team played very well against Rock River. They lost... Full story

 

Phase 1 in progress

After several years of delays, the Never Forget Park project appears to be moving along. The committee made up of D'Ron Campbell, Jon Winter, Ron Hutchins, Stacy Crimmins and Joe Parsons has been...

 

Winter's coming but air conditioning is on their minds

Carbon County Clerk, Gwynn Bartlett, presented three individuals names to the Commissioners for employee recognition at the October 4 meeting of Carbon County Commissioners. Tracy Newbrough, will...

 

Never enough time

My fellow reporter, Mike Armstrong wrote about times changing and it sparked something in me that I wanted to share with you. When I retired, I heard from other retirees that they didn’t know how...

 

Keen on Keno

Scott and Michelle McIlvane, owners of the Lazy River Cantina, are excited to be one of two places offering an opportunity to play keno, which debuted October 6. Keno is a lottery-like gambling game...

 

Errata

The Saratoga Elementary school hosted 2022 AG Day in late September. In the article we failed to recognize the annual event is organized and sponsored by SER Conservation District. RNB State Bank staff also supports the event by volunteering to read...

 

Moving on up

Since 1987, Carbon County has had a two percent lodging tax in effect. An optional tax, it is voted on every four years and will be on the ballot November 8. For 35 years, the tax has not increased,...

 

Rattlers bite the Tigers

The Little Snake River Valley Rattler (LSRV)  High School football team went to Encampment Saturday to face the Tigers and keep their lead in the conference.  "Any time you play the number one team...

 

Miners have bad day

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow, Elk Mountain (HEM) Miner High School football team would probably like to put last Saturday’s game behind them quickly because their Farson-Eden kept coming at...

 

Saratoga Coach looking for motors  

Saratoga Panther High School football team faced the number one ranked team in their conference and although there were things that made Panther Head Coach Logan Wright happy with the game, he knows t...

 

Saratoga Lady Panthers get the silver bracket

Friday, September 30 the Lady Panthers first game was against Riverside’s Lady Rebels. The Panthers played hard the first game, but couldn’t catch the Rebels at 21-19. The second match ended 21-7...

 

Encampment Lady Tigers go for gold at Kaycee Volleyball Jamboree

Tuesday, Sept 26 proved to be a blow to the Miners when the Tigers laid them out with 3 wins in four games. The Lady Tigers had to fight hard for the first game winning with a two point lead, but the...

 

Lady Miners Win

It has been a year of adjustment for the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School Lady Miner volleyball team as a young, small team goes out on the courts each week.  This past week, HEM p...

 

New school record set at Cross Country Meet

Cheyenne Leroy Sprague Memorial Cross Country meet was held in Cheyenne on Friday Oct. 7.  Coach Hohnholt expressed his pride in saying this, “All I can say is wow. We had some amazing...

 

Reflections from the Saratoga Sun

100 Years ago October 5, 1922 Two Inch Mains to be Laid First Five blocks of trench completed for cross lines Two blocks are added to the system. While awaiting delivery of the four inch and six inch cast iron pipe for the Saratoga Water mains,...

 

This week at the Saratoga Care Center

by Tom Mansfied, Activity Volunteer The Activity Director and her assistants filled another week with great activities for the residents of the Saratoga Care Center. On Monday, they worked out to “Sittercise” in the morning and listened to...

 

A lot of potential

Within the walls of the Carbon County Museum, a variety of exhibits await for visitors to offer a glimpse into the history of Rawlins and the county itself. A 55-foot long fire truck powered by a...

 

Sixth Annual Hay Bale Competion

The Platte Valley Arts Council is sponsoring the 6th annual Hay Bale Sculpture Contest and it is bigger than ever. Back in September, there was an initiation sent out to all local ranches,... Full story

 

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