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 By Virginia Parker    News    December 8, 2022 

Spring Avenue project woes continue

With the contractor Lewis and Lewis a month behind the scheduled completion date the Saratoga Town Council and the Saratoga-Carbon County Impact Joint Powers Board (SCCIJPB) met on November 30 to...

 

Parades, projects and food drives

Mayor Creed James shared with the council the Christmas Magic Lighted Parade will be downtown on December 10th starting at 5 p.m. Participants will line up at 4:30 p.m. in the parking lot of the...

 

Reflections from the Saratoga Sun

100 Years Ago October 26, 1922 Forest Road Men Breaking Camp Cold weather and Frost cause interruption of construction work- Will be resumed next spring The road crew which has been engaged the past f...

 

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,...

 

Aquatic Center on the horizon?

Nicholas Haderlie presented the Platte Valley Aquatic Center Feasibility Study to the Saratoga Town Council meeting November 1. Haderlie told the Council that they had raised over $35,000 from 71 diff...

 

A "SUNNY" WINNER

The Platte Valley Arts Council sponsored the 6th annual Hay Bale Sculpture Contest in October and the winning entry is SunnyCup. The Arts Council began the competition to show off some good ole’ ranch ingenuity. Area ranches, businesses &...

 

Dollars and cents at the front of the line

Saratoga Mayor Creed James presented the Childhood Cancer Awareness resolution to the Council and the guests at the Saratoga Town Council meeting on October, 18, 2022. It is a resolution that makes...

 

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...

 

Making strides to complete projects

At the Saratoga Town Councils Meeting Tuesday, October 4, Town Clerk, Marie Christen introduced Invoice Cloud representatives that presented information about their software. Invoice Cloud is a...

 

Phase 1 in progress

After several years of delays, the Never Forget Park project appears to be moving along. The committee made up of D'Ron Campbell, Jon Winter, Ron Hutchins, Stacy Crimmins and Joe Parsons has been...

 

Reflections from the Saratoga Sun

100 Years ago October 5, 1922 Two Inch Mains to be Laid First Five blocks of trench completed for cross lines Two blocks are added to the system. While awaiting delivery of the four inch and six inch cast iron pipe for the Saratoga Water mains,...

 

Sixth Annual Hay Bale Competion

The Platte Valley Arts Council is sponsoring the 6th annual Hay Bale Sculpture Contest and it is bigger than ever. Back in September, there was an initiation sent out to all local ranches,... Full story

 

Armor those who protect

Saratoga Hot Springs Resort and Spa owner Dr. Michael (Doc) Janssen was reading about a Saratoga Town Council meeting when he learned the town did not have a budget for the police armor Chief Ken...

 

New council member

Renee Snyder the Carbon County Assessor came to speak before the council Tuesday, September 6. She wanted the council's advise on how to get information to the residents of Saratoga, explaining the pr...

 

Reflections from the Saratoga Sune

100 Years Ago Saratoga Town Council Proceedings September 7, 1922 A special meeting of the Town council was called to order by Mayor McKillip. Upon roll call, Councilmen Gross, Ledbetter, Sowder, and Dahl were found present. A motion was made by...

 

What's best for the town?

At the Saratoga Town Council Meeting on August 16, 2022, Amanda Knotwell presented a question about the food trucks coming to Saratoga, setting up, selling their items and then leaving. Several local...

 

Election write-ins

The following write-ins were certified on August 18, 2022 by the Carbon County Canvassing Board. Each will be notified by the County Clerk and will have to accept the nomination to have his/her name printed on the General Election ballot. Those...

 

In hope of honoring a father

A father and son bond can be one of the strongest there is, and Dr. Michael (Doc) Janssen, owner of the Saratoga Resort, was extremely close with his father Harold Janssen. According to Doc's wife, Dr...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    August 18, 2022

Water is rising

Sammy Sikes was mayor pro tem in Mayor Lois Buchanan’s absence at the Hanna Town Council on August 9, 2022. Councilmember Bill Dys was also not in attendance. Councilmembers Tracy Fowler and Jayson...

 
 By Dana Davis    News    August 11, 2022

Water mains, medical facilities and inflation

Two resolutions were passed at the Saratoga Town Council meeting on August 2; Resolution 2022-07 authorizing submission of an application for the State Loan and Investment Board for a grant through Wa...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    August 4, 2022

Diamonds from Coal

Carbon County offers a lot of different looks for visitors. Rawlins is a stopping point for many tourists on their way to Yellowstone in the summer. It has the Old State Pen that has recorded 14,000...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    News    July 28, 2022

Council Member Spaulding Resigns

All council members and mayor were in attendance at the 6 p.m. regularly scheduled meeting on July 19 at the Saratoga Town Hall. A public hearing was held before the meeting began. The hearing was...

 
 By Dana Davis    News    July 28, 2022

Riverside hears SCWEMS review

The weather was beautiful for the Riverside Town Council meeting on July 12, 2022. Helen Weiland of South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Services Join Powers Board (SCWEMS JPB) reported...

 

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