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Carbon County Champions

"I feel so much satisfaction right now," said Jack Cobb, head coach of the Little Snake River Valley (LSRV) high school football team, immediately after the last seconds of the game ticked away...

 

Unofficial results now official

Carbon County’s Canvass Board completed its canvass of the 2022 General Election November 10 and the results from the general election are now official. The final, official results are available on Carbon County’s website at...

 

Community Thanksgiving service

The Platte Valley Ministerial Association invites everyone to the Community Thanksgiving Service on Sunday, November 20th at 5:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Saratoga. The ecumenical service is an annual tradition and is the major... Full story

 

All-Conference Champions

Congratulations to the Carbon County School District No. 2 all-conference champions: Saratoga Lady Panthers Whitney Bennett, Hanna Lathrop and Makenna King; Encampment Tigers Kyenna Jackson and Cora... Full story

 

Ninth Street may not drift in this year

Every year the west end of Ninth Street near Highway 70 drifts in as much as six feet deep. Billy Accord and the rest of the Encampment Town Crew are trying to make that less likely this year. Accord...

 

Soldiers in uniform

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School is the location for an annual breakfast honoring the military and veterans. It is usually held the day before Veterans Day, as it was this year....

 

Emergency Services at the top of the list

Helen Weiland, South Central Wyoming Emergency Services (SCWEMS) representative, and SCWEMS Director, Stanton Moseby presented Resolution 2022-5 and gave a report to the Council at the November 10,...

 

Blessings all year

I put my Christmas tree up on Friday. I can hear the screams now! It isn’t even Thanksgiving yet. For many years I didn’t put up a tree or cook, but with the grandkids kids around and my crazy...

 

That Big Red Wave Sure Would Have Helped Wyoming 

Elections have consequences. Especially on a national level.  It’s taken a few days to digest the consequences of the big mid-term national elections Tuesday.   Here in Wyoming, our general election was a faint imitation of our amazing primary...

 

Letter to the Editor

Editor, The reason my letter is being submitted is that recently my research indicated that a cargo trailer was stolen from Bill Schroer of Saratoga. This incident is still under investigation by the Saratoga Police Department which the recovery of t...

 

Letter to the Editor

To the editor, I drove into your little town on Thursday night on my way back from Lincoln. I’ve been making the run from Vegas back to Lincoln for several months due to delivery issues with electronics, but I had seen nothing but good roads. The...

 

Reflections

Reprint of this story from the November 8, 1912 issue of the Grand Encampment Herald brought to you courtesy of Grandma’s Cabin, Encampment, Wyoming. Preserving History - Serving the Community. Stick a pin in this: The place for the gun-toter is...

 
 By Staff Report    News    November 17, 2022

Sen. Barrasso Honored with 2022 NAISMA Special Recognition Award

Sen. Barrasso was honored with a 2022 North American Invasive Species Management Association (NAISMA) Special Recognition Award. According to NAISMA, this award goes to an organization or individual...

 

Encampment Class of 1953 celebrates 69th reunion with all classmates still living

On Saturday, June 25, the Encampment High School graduating class of 1953 met to celebrate their 69th reunion.  The seven-member class of 1953 was one of the largest groups of graduates anyone...

 

This week at the Saratoga Care Center

by Tom Mansfied, Activity Volunteer The Activity Director and her assistants offered a week of activities both morning and afternoon. The residents worked out to Sittercise on Monday morning. They heard Trivia in the afternoon. A game was played on...

 

Two Churches provide Thanksgiving Meal

Two Medicine Bow churches are joining forces on Sunday, November 20 to co-host a community Thanksgiving feast for the entire community. The two churches, Chapel on the Plains and Wind City Church, want to express thanks for God’s bountiful... Full story

 

SES celebrates Veterans Day

Saratoga Elementary School honored local veterans in several ways on November 10 at the Platte Valley Community Center. Saratoga Music teacher Ivy Palmer, assisted by elementary school students, made... Full story

 

Patriot's Pen (Post 6125 PP)

VFW Essay Winner by Raden Miller As the door of a shiny C-130 lays down, 100 battle-worn troops are rushed by their weeping families. These soldiers have braved the worst and withstood the hardest times. What they do will never be forgotten. As... Full story

 

Why Is the Veteran Important?

Post 6125 Voice of Democracy winner by Douglas Campbell Why is the veteran important? The veteran is important because he or she is a symbol in America--a symbol of strength and honor which gives something for younger generations to look up to and... Full story

 

Getting ready to give

Families wishing to have their children represented on the 2022 Christmas Giving Tree are urged to return information forms by Thursday, November 17. Kassey Westring, organizer of the Giving Tree proj... Full story

 

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