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Articles from the October 20, 2022 edition

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WYDOT addresses road closures

Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) will be installing gates on Highway 230, east of Riverside, to close a section of the highway during hazardous weather. A WYDOT representative said these...

 

UW Artmobile visits Saratoga

Students in both middle and high school were given an incredible opportunity to study with Sarita Keller, Director of the Ann Simpson Art Mobile Program. Dr. Keller teaches a class at the University...

 

SMHS gets into the spirit

The Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) students at Saratoga Middle High school will be hosting a Fall Festival and Haunted House on...

 

Buy a Super Tag ticket in October for a chance to win custom bow

Is it time for a new bow? Upgrade your archery gear with the Wyoming Super Tag. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is running a bonus raffle for all hunters who purchase Super Tag tickets during the month of October to win a customizable Mathews...

 

Steven E. Sondergard

Steven E. Sondergard, of Saratoga Wyoming, passed away unexpectedly on October 6th 2022. Steven was born on September 26th 1954 to Walter and Joan Sondergard. He grew up in Littleton, CO. He...

 

Roaslie Kraft Cousins

Roaslie Kraft Cousins 1/26/1948 – 10/6/2022 Rosalie Quealy Kraft Cousins, Encampment native, passed away on October 6 th at her home at the age of 74 years surrounded by her family. After a happy...

 

Evertt William Wombaker

Evertt William Wombaker, 88, passed away on Saturday, September 24, 2022 at his home in Chugwater, Wyoming surrounded by his grateful family. Evertt Wombaker was born on Thursday, July 26, 1934 in...

 

Douglas Dean Waldron

Douglas Dean Waldron, 80 of Walden, Colorado passed away October 11, 2022. He was born May 8, 1942, in Cowdrey, Colorado to Cordie Vernon Waldron and Ethel Nadine Willford Waldron. During his life he...

 

Streets and sewers monopolize meeting

Carbon County Visitors Council CEO Leslie Jefferson gave a presentation on the new sales and marketing programs that are being launched by CCVC at the Encampment Town Council meeting on October 13....

 

Riverside Town Council tidies up for winter

Riverside Town Council’s first visitor was Leslie Jefferson, CEO for Carbon County Visitor’s Council (CCVC). Jefferson gave a presentation of the new sales and marketing programs that are being la...

 

Pet Personalities

A National Geographic article I read recently, on how greater intelligence is being attributed to animals, got me thinking about how smart my pets have been. I have had a lot of pets over the years,...

 

Helping to fill the gaps

"I married into a family of educators well before I started at Carbon County Higher Education Center (CCHEC), but I have always believed in the importance of education," said Jennifer Moore who formal...

 

Cyclones take out Panthers

Logan Wright Head Coach of the Saratoga High School football team had no illusions about the latter half of his schedule. Last week he faced Pine Bluffs, the number one seed in 9-man East Conference....

 

The Rams batter Miners

The Dubois Rams came to the Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School football field and decided to send a message they were in the hunt to the State Championship. Currently they are the...

 

Rattlers bite the Pronghorns

The Farson-Eden Pronghorns got a taste of their own medicine after they beat a young Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) that they kept scoreless and ran up the points last week. This week, the...

 

Win some, lose some

The Lady Panthers barely let the Lady Tigers take a breath. They took three matches to win the game on Thursday on their own court. The first match ended 25-17, second match was 25-13 and the third ma...

 

Encampment Lady Tigers fall to the Saratoga Lady Panthers

The Lady Tigers gave it a shot, but they could not catch the Panthers. The Tigers seemed to run out of steam, losing all three matches. Coach Robin Brown said, "We are taking Thursday as a learning...

 

Lady Miners keep trying

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School volleyball team met a lot of opponents this past week, but were not quite able to take a win. “Last weekend came after we had a long week,...

 

To forgive or not to forgive

The Medicine Bow Town Council met Monday October 10 at the Medicine Bow Community Hall.A recent purchase of a vehicle for the police department had tax attached to it. Mayor Sharon Biamon asked if...

 

Rawtown talent on display

Families roaming downtown Rawlins in October may invoke images of a Halloween walk. On October 7, however, there were no tricks and the treats were good fun and good art on display for residents and...

 

Riverside's Rick Martin Memorial Park

The Rick Martin Memorial Park (previously Prospect Park) in Riverside is visited by hundreds of folks, both local and tourists, year around. The history of this beautiful play area is somewhat blurry...

 

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