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 By Joshua Wood    News    November 17, 2021

Slowing the wind

It is often joked that in Wyoming the wind is so prevalent, when there’s a day without it everyone in the state falls flat on their faces. This seems especially true for Carbon County, especially...


Dennis Carl Peters

Dennis Carl Peters passed away Nov. 9th 2021 at Rawlins Wyoming. Due to end stage liver failure cirrhosis. He was born in Marysville CA. on Feb. 11th 1963. Dennis lived in Saratoga. He is survived by wife Tracy, Dad Donnie and stepmom Ginger,... Full story

 By Micky Jones    News    November 17, 2021

A fast fall meeting

With no additions to the agenda, and no public guests, the November 11 meeting of the Encampment Town Council had a quick .eeting. After the Pledge of Allegiance, the council started right away with... Full story


Ready to grow

The 2021 Giving Tree will be up at Town and Country Realty in Saratoga Monday, November 22. The Giving Tree project, organized every year by the Valley Service Organization (VSO) is designed to ensure all valley Saratoga and Encampment children have...


Building communities

You may not imagine small town Wyoming as having an exceptional martial arts program. Nick Haderley his family and team, however, have made it their mission to bring a martial arts program to the Vall...


Be the change for the Holidays

With many holidays quickly upon us, it seems time to gather those closest to us and begin preparations for celebrations. Celebrations can mean a variety of things; gathering at a relative’s home,... Full story


New Marshal for Hanna

The Hanna Town Council met on November 9 at Hanna Town Hall with Mayor Lois Buchanan present, along with council members William Dys and Sam Sikes. Council members Tracy Fowler and Jayson Norquist...


Medicine Bow lends a helpful hand to Hanna

The Medicine Bow Town Council met on November 8 for their regular monthly meeting at the Medicine Bow Community Hall with all council members present with the exception of Dawndee Yocom. Mayor Sharon...


Funding granted for Tiger Football

The outcome may not have been what many fans of the Encampment Tigers were hoping for on November 12 as Encampment fell 65-24 to the Little Snake River Valley (LSRV) Rattlers in War Memorial Stadium....


Tigers take second

With the high school football season over, the Encampment Tigers have ended it as the No. 2 team in 1A Six-Man Football.  Not only was this the first time in school history Encampment had made it to...


Saratoga finishes season

The Saratoga Lady Panthers made their way to the 1A State Volleyball Championship in Casper over the weekend of November 4-5. Facing off against two teams, Saratoga was able to show their skills....


Rattlers bite Tigers at Championship

The Little Snake River Valley (LSRV) Rattlers went to Laramie undefeated and stayed that way. The team faced the Encampment Tigers, a team they had faced earlier this season, and won 65-24. The 1st qu...


Wood awarded BPOY

The Saratoga Sun's own Joshua Wood has been named Carbon County Board of Realtors 2021 Business Person of the Year. Each year, the Board of Realtors take nominations from their membership as to who... Full story

 By Staff Report    News    November 17, 2021

Snowy Range closed

Though the lower portions of the Platte Valley have experienced some slightly warmer weather in recent weeks, winter is on its way. On November 11, the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT)...


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