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 By Joshua Wood    Business    March 25, 2020

Adapt and overcome

On Thursday afternoon, a joint order from Governor Mark Gordon and State Health Officer Alexia Harrist directed restaurants, bars and other public spaces in Wyoming to close their doors. In the case o...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    March 25, 2020

Keeping the Valley supplied

As the Valley continues to cope with the ongoing uncertainty caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the two grocery stores in Saratoga continue to try and meet the needs of their customers despit...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    March 18, 2020

Facing the unknown

At the moment, the possible health impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on Wyoming appear to be relatively minimal. Following the weekend, the Wyoming Department of Health confirmed 10 cases... Full story

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    March 18, 2020

Making things stretch

With how remote many towns in Wyoming are, one might have expected that the panic-buying induced by uncertainty over the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) would not reach parts of the Cowboy State. This...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    March 4, 2020

A touch of hospitality

"I want to see continued growth in the Valley which, obviously, will lead to enhancement of quality of life for businesses, locals and visitors. If you bring in more business and you help that...

 

Embarking on another adventure

When Stacy Crimmins first came to work for the Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce 17 years ago, she came in as a part-time administrative assistant to the director. The hours worked well for...

 

Holding up a mirror

Access to mental health is just one of many issues that rural areas such as Wyoming are forced to deal with. With mental health providers often located in more populous towns, it leaves a lengthy driv...

 

Destiny and dentistry

It has often been said that the only constant in life is change. Even in the Platte Valley, where life seems to move a little slower, it is inevitable. For Dr. Robert Wimpenny, owner of Platte Valley...

 

Chamber seeking directors for board

The Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber is seeking nominations from its membership for positions on the nine-member Board of Directors. Directors are elected by ballot at the Chamber’s Annual Dinner on February 6 with a three year term beginning in...

 

Making Memories in a Spirited Manner

The Spirit Vault in the Cheyenne Club at Brush Creek's Farm has few counterparts anywhere in the world. Coming into the lounge area where there is a bar for pouring drinks, the most overwhelming...

 

Raising fir to raise funds

It might have appeared to some that a small forest had grown overnight in the lawn across from RNB State Bank in Saratoga the day after Thanksgiving. In the place of snow covered grass, a number of ev...

 

Nominations now open

Annual Award nominations are being taken now until Dec. 15. This is your chance to nominate a fellow business, organization, person, or even yourself, for one of the five awards: • Business Of The Year • New Business Of The Year • Emerging...

 

Cooley inducted into Omega Tau Rho

Marcy Cooley was surprised when she was named Wyoming Realtor of the Year in 2018 (see Cooley named Wyo. Realtor of the year on page 1, Sept. 26, 2018 Saratoga Sun). That year she thanked many people...

 

A little dust on the bottle

The building at 110 W. Bridge Ave. in Saratoga has been home to various businesses over the years. Built in 1903, it served as a theater at one time. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, it found new li...

 

Cutting into new territory

People in need of a haircut, but who aren't fans of scheduling an appointment, have another option that has just opened up on Bridge Avenue in Saratoga. Bringing the total of hair salons on East...

 

Put it in reverse

The Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce has begun selling tickets for the annual Reverse Drawing. Tickets are $10 each and only 300 are sold. Unlike the usual raffle procedure, the very last ticket drawn is the grand prize winner in this drawi...

 

Art after hours

The Platte Valley Arts Council will be hosting a Chamber After Hours Social on Friday Nov. 1 from 4-7 p.m. at the Platte Valley Community Center. The evening will include a celebration of all forms of the arts as well as fellowship amongst other cham...

 

A decade of success

Cindy Wallace has been the Carbon County Economic Corporation Director for over a decade. Although she is sad to be leaving Carbon County, she is moving to Kanas to be closer to her family. “I was r...

 

A new patient experience for Carbon County

Continuing changes and improvements are the theme for Memorial Hospital of Carbon County. Following the recent Grand Opening of the GE 3D Pristina Mammography Unit, a second Grand Opening and Ribbon...

 

MHCC goes 3D

Memorial Hospital of Carbon County celebrated a new addition to the Radiology Department on September 25th, 2019 with a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the GE 3D Pristina Mammography mac...

 

Welcome to the Cheyenne Club

The first indication that the Cheyenne Club on the site of The Farm owned by Brush Creek, is a little different from other venues is parking. Locals coming to dine at the newest restaurant in the...

 

Some fresh air for lunch

Dr. Robert Field, Interim Director of Center for Global Studies at the University of WYoming was recently announced as the guest speaker for the Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce Leaders Luncheon in October. Field will be sharing...

 

Hospitalists and Clinical Care Settings

Following the announcement of Memorial Hospital of Carbon County’s (MHCC) intent to establish a clinic in the Valley, the county hospital issued a press release about hospitalists and clinical care settings. In the release, Dr. Stephanie Chiu, a...

 

Volunteers needed

I often marvel at the number of people I know who are willing to volunteer at so many events all over Carbon County. These are busy people with full-time jobs, families and social lives! You can see them taking tickets at a rodeo, handing out mugs...

 

Sunshine for HBM

Sunshine Solaas is settling into her job as the new director for the Hanna Basin Museum (HBM). The position had not been filled for several months and Solaas acknowledges there is work to be done....

 

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