Articles from the December 22, 2022 edition


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  • Singing to the press

    Dec 22, 2022

  • Gift wrapping by donation

    Virginia Parker|Dec 22, 2022

    The SMHS Drama Club held a fundraiser Friday and Saturday at the high school. Drama Club organizer, Marie Christen and Kathy Fairbank–costumer, were there to supervise, but the kids were doing the wrapping. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is their next production. The performance will be April 28, 29 and 30, 2023. The performance is free and includes snacks and refreshments. The main roles have been auditioned and assigned to middle and high school students. Kira Beach will be the narrator...

  • Carolers at the clinic

    Dec 22, 2022

  • NPVMC optimistically hopes to open mid February

    Virginia Parker|Dec 22, 2022

    The North Platte Valley Medical Center (NVPMC) hosted a round-table discussion at the Platte Valley Community Center (PVCC) December 13. The CEO of the Platte Valley Medical Clinic and Saratoga Care Center, Jeff Mincy had predicted an opening in early January 2023 during the press tour in October. Mincy said equipment delays have made it difficult. He said they are now waiting for a coil for the rooftop air handlers and a cap for the roof parapet. They had received a coil for the handler, but...

  • Christmas night lights

    Dec 22, 2022

  • Ultrasound Advice

    Dec 22, 2022

    by Joshua Wood, Stevenson Newspapers Memorial Hospital of Carbon County (MHCC) has added yet another service for Platte Valley residents through its MHCC Health Center–Platte Valley Saratoga location. Patients can now utilize outpatient ultrasound and digital x-ray services without driving to Rawlins. "With the services that we have in Rawlins, we've been fortunate to have new technology (and) up-to-date equipment, a lot of that through grants. It's been wonderful to offer those services....

  • A very Grumpy Christmas

    Virginia Parker|Dec 22, 2022

    When Steve Deorio opened the doors of the Grumpy Italian five years ago his goal was to have a place where families could sit down and step back into a bygone era where people shared stories and tales while eating classic Italian-American fare. Deorio grew up in North Denver where there were a lot of Italian families. He wanted to provide family-focused food and dining that he remembers when he was a kid. Deorio said in interview in 2018, "I wanted to give people the experience of sitting on...

  • China shouldn't stomp out the magic

    Mike Armstrong|Dec 22, 2022

    I am not a winter guy. Columns over the years have made this pretty clear. Back in my younger years when I was fairly fearless about taking jumps on a mogul field, I saw the merit of cold and snow; but as I have traded my skis for a snow shovel, winter has pretty much lost any allure to me. This winter seems to have started off strong. There has been snow every week since Halloween. I have found myself outside shoveling snow quite a lot these past weeks and try as I might not to, I find myself...

  • Editorial Cartoon

    Dec 22, 2022

  • Granny D's delights

    Mike Armstrong|Dec 22, 2022

    Darlene Scheneman has been baking and making sweet treats since she was a little girl growing up in Utah in what she said was a little tiny town. "It is called Roosevelt, right below Flaming Gorge," Scheneman said. "It is a pretty rural area and the population is not much bigger than Hanna." Scheneman is no stranger to baking and confections. "I started baking bread when I was six years old, maybe even a little younger," Scheneman said. "I learned out of necessity. I started with basic white...

  • Two out of three ain't bad

    Virginia Parker|Dec 22, 2022

    The Lady Panthers traveled to Shoshoni for the Wrangler Invite where they were challenged by three teams, Shoshoni's Wranglers, Dubois' Rams and the Riverside Rebels. Coach Heather Bartlett said "Shoshoni was a great game for us, we were really able to get into our fast break and we were shooting well Rhiwan Williams led the way scoring 18 points and 8 rebounds, Olivia Everett had 11 points, Whitney Bennett had a double–double with 10 points and 10 rebounds, she also had 7 assists. Allie...

  • Saratoga Wrestlers in second place after West Grand Invitational

    Dec 22, 2022

    Anthony Campbell (106 lbs) placed 3rd and scored 12.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Anthony Campbell received a bye Semifinal - JJ Medina (Buena Vista ) won by decision over Anthony Campbell (Dec 4-0) Cons. Semi - Anthony Campbell won by fall over Tucker Langelier (Clear Creek) (Fall 1:00) 3rd Place Match - Anthony Campbell won by fall over Anthony Solaas (Hanna Elk Mountain ) (Fall 3:22) Josiah Stockwell (113 lbs) placed 1st and scored 24.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Josiah Stockwell won by fall over Mathew Lujan (West Grand) (Fall 0:35) Semifi...

  • Saratoga Wrestlers grapple for a win

    Dec 22, 2022

    Anthony Campbell (106 lbs) 3-0 Won by Fall over Wes Clark, HEM Won by Fall over Anthony Solaas, HEM Won by Fall over McKaylee Widdison, HEM Josiah Stockwell (113 lbs) 3-0 Won by Fall over Quinten Fletcher, North Park Won by Fall over Adam Tutt, Laramie Won by Fall over Dylan Kleven, Laramie Tuker Carricato (126 lbs) 3-0 Won by Fall over Zaden Seibel, Laramie Won by Fall over Jayden Dailey, North Park Won by Fall over Darius Seager, HEM Skyler Wood (126 lbs) 3-0 Won by Fall over Darius Seager,...

  • Lady Miners have tough week

    Mike Armstrong|Dec 22, 2022

    The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) Lady Miner girls basketball team had a rough go of this past weekend. The team went to the Shoshoni tournament and the first team the Lady Miners played was a team the Lady Miners had played a week before where they only scored 4 points. The second meeting didn’t go better on Friday.“We started the Shoshoni Tournament against a tough Burlington team and we had a tough time getting our offense rolling,” HEM head girls basketball coach Jackie...

  • Miners keep trying

    Mike Armstrong|Dec 22, 2022

    The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) Miner High School basketball team faced one of the strongest basketball teams in the state for their first game of the season. The Burlington Huskies beat the Miners in a convincing manner. The HEM team didn’t get a lot of time to get more experience under their belts before meeting again on December 15. “Difficult start to the tournament opening up with Burlington again on Friday,” HEM head basketball coach Cliff Jones said.  “We played...

  • Miner wrestler places first

    Mike Armstrong|Dec 22, 2022

    The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) Miner wrestling team went to Saratoga on Thursday and head coach Robert Riddle was pleased with how they did, although Tom Wagner, a senior wrestling in the 144 weight class was absent. “Tom needed to pass on this weekend and rest so he will be better once the break is over,” Riddle said. “The wrestlers looked strong and all the kids got matches and wrestled tough,” He said it was a good start for the weekend. On Friday the team had dual with...

  • Panthers keep winning

    Mike Armstrong|Dec 22, 2022

    The Saratoga Panther High School basketball team is proving they are a team to watch as the season unfolds. Thursday night the team went to the Shoshoni Tournament and faced the host team first. “The Shoshoni game was a really good game for us,” Head coach Jason Williams said. “We only had three practices before that game and played them on their home court. The Wranglers have some pretty good athletes and we knew that going in.” Williams said he was pleased how the Panthers controlled...

  • Rattlers take a bite, twice

    Mike Armstrong|Dec 22, 2022

    The Little Snake River Valley (LSRV) Rattler basketball team made their head coach Jack Cobb happy this past weekend. “I came off this weekend pretty pleased,” Cobb said. “You know I said deep down in my heart, if we win two out of three, I will be really satisfied. If we win one out of three, we accomplished something and if we go zero and three, well that is disappointing.” The first game against the Burlington Huskies on Friday did not go well for the Rattlers. “Burlington is dang...

  • Winter Band & Choir Concert

    Dec 22, 2022

  • Elementary School performs the Nutcracker

    Dec 22, 2022

  • Saratoga Community Choir

    Dec 22, 2022

  • Encampment Community Choir

    Dec 22, 2022

  • Encampment K-12 Concert

    Dec 22, 2022

  • Spectacular Christmas show at Hanna Elementary

    Dec 22, 2022

  • Santa comes to Town

    Dec 22, 2022

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