Articles from the November 1, 2017 edition

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Bleeding for four

The Saratoga Council of Catholic Women is sponsoring a community blood drive from noon until 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017 at St. Ann’s Parish Hall. According to the United Blood Services, more people would donate if only they knew the... Full story


Pining for trees, more

The Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce is pleased to host the 15th annual “Festival of Trees Gala and Auction” on Friday, December 8 at the Platte Valley Community Center. Decorated trees and wreaths, gift baskets, centerpieces and other... Full story


Prose can pay

The WyoPoets 2018 Eugene V. Shea National Poetry Contest is now accepting entries through the postmark deadline of Dec. 15, 2017. First prize is $100, second place $50, third $30, and fourth $20. Up to five honorable mentions will be awarded. Poems,... Full story


Titles get new look

The State of Wyoming has authorized a new Certificate of Title for all vehicles, trailers, motorcycles, mobile homes, etc. Titles issued at your local County Clerk's office will transition to... Full story


Map prices head north

For the first time in nearly a decade, increasing costs of production, printing, and distribution are driving the need for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s U.S. Forest Service to increase the price of its maps. Prices of U.S. Forest Service...


Minding your money

Freezing credit and signing up for free credit monitoring are among strategies a University of Wyoming Extension specialist recommends in response to the massive hack of the consumer credit reporting agency Equifax. Information for about 145 million... Full story


Ten things to supercharge your sex life. Number eight will shock you!

You may have noticed there are quite a few headlines on the internet designed purely to lure you into clicking on them. These story titles, dubbed “clickbait,” are designed to pique your curiosity and quite often have absolutely nothing to do... Full story


Hot soup leads to fire

"The soup is pretty good," Basil Phillips, football player for Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School, "I thought this was a pretty good idea and cool how it was hosted." Phillips was... Full story


Lady Tigers claw way to state play

The Encampment Lady Tigers made the trek to regional competition in Lander where they faced the two toughest teams in their conference-and arguably the state. The tough competition did not impede the... Full story


Panther football falls in first round of playoffs

The Saratoga Panthers football team traveled to Pinedale Friday to face off against the Hornets in the first round of playoffs, but met stiff resistance from the undefeated defending state championships from Sublette County. In the end, the Panthers... Full story


HEM defies predictions, heads to state

A media outlet recently picked Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School Lady Miners to be 5th in the 1A Regional Tournament. Coach Jackie Jones used the prediction for a motivational speech to her girls the night before facing Kaycee in... Full story


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