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Finding the right fit

It has been said that variety is the spice of life. If that statement is true, then C6 Outfitters in Rawlins, Wyoming may certainly be bringing a little flavor to the downtown area. Owned by David...

 

Ribbon cutting by the river

A ribbon cutting for the new owners of the Riviera Motor Lodge was held on Thursday afternoon. The motor lodge is now owned by John Evans, Kathleen Martin, Kelly and Dave Christman and Rob Levine....

 

Saratoga Hot Springs Resort bubbles with changes

by Mike Armstrong The Saratoga Hot Springs Resort (Resort) recently gave their outside beer garden with a bit of a face lift. The ground had new chips put down and an outside bar has been constructed...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    June 30, 2022

25 years and counting

An $189 sewing machine, a dream and $1,000. That's what Laura Morrow started out with in 1976 when she made the decision to pursue her dream of being a fashion designer. Nobody can argue she's come a...

 

Cowboy Tough at Bank of Commerce

When Carbon County residents go to the Bank of Commerce (BOC) to do business, they will now be greated by a large bronze statue of a cowboy breaking in a horse. The statue, "Cowboy Tough", was...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    June 9, 2022

Thrifty for 20 years

The Rawlins Thrift Exploratory Group (RTEG) is celebrating 20 years of providing service to Rawlins and Carbon County this month. In the two decades it has been in operation, however, the mission of...

 

Showcasing industry

To celebrate Industry Day in Carbon County, Yvonne Johnson, Director of the Carbon County Economic Development Corporation (CCEDC) held a day of touring local energy companies operations and a lunch...

 

Bringing change to the resort

The Saratoga Hot Springs Resort (Saratoga Resort) has had several reincarnations since a log building was erected on the present site of the resort in 1877. The building then was used as a general...

 

'An amazing honor'

"The 2022 Small Business Person of the year for Wyoming is such a prestigious award and it looks at a business that has grown in its revenue, its employees and has that resilience and staying power...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    May 12, 2022

Good food in the Good Times Valley

The North Platte Valley has often been known as the "Good Times Valley". From ice fishing derbies and snow golf tournaments in the winter to microbrew festivals and street dances in the summer,...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    Business    May 5, 2022

The forest for the trees

The Saratoga Forest Management lumber company had 30 Danish students from the University of Copenhagen vist the mill on April 26 to observe operations. Owner Gary Ervin was happy to host this group...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    April 7, 2022

Surveying community health

Providing healthcare for Carbon County is no easy task. With 10 municipalities and a county nearly 8,000 square miles in size, it can be difficult to try and meet the needs of every resident. That doe...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    March 24, 2022

All joking aside

A matter of miscommunication. That’s what appears to have led to what Saratoga/Platte Chamber of Commerce board members Amanda Shahadey and Cheena Parsons have described as a “deer in...

 

The Lazy River eddies back to Saratoga

Scott and Michelle McIlvaine love Wyoming, Carbon County and especially the town of Saratoga, where Scott was raised. Scott, along with his father Bob, founded the Lazy River Cantina (Cantina) in 1996...

 

Investing in non-profits

On March 15 the student council for Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School was presented with a check for $460 from the Bank of Commerce (BOC). The HEM student council was chosen by the e...

 
 By Joshua Wood    Business    March 17, 2022

Valley Chamber recognizes community members

On March 10, members of the Saratoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce (S/PVCC) gathered in the Great Hall of the Platte Valley Community Center (PVCC) to honor local businesses, organizations and...

 
 By Staff Report    Business    March 9, 2022

Valley healthcare organization receives grant

The Platte Valley Healthcare Project (PVHP) has received a $500,000 grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust to purchase an advanced computed tomography (CT) scanner for the North Platte Valley Medical Center.  A CT scanner is...

 

NP Lake checks in

Carey Lake is the nurse practitioner at the Medicine Bow Clinic. He is a relatively new face having taken over about three months ago. Lake is also the Hanna representative of South Central Wyoming...

 

Spirited about spirits

The Brush Creek Distillery (BCD) has brought on an individual who knows and loves the world of spirits. Not the ghostie type, but the type which are produced in a copper still. Shawn Hogenmiller has...

 

Economic development to get new site

The Carbon County Economic Development Corporation (CCEDC) met on January 24 at the Rawlins City Hall. The CCEDC meets quarterly and one of the main focuses of this meeting was to preview the new...

 

Finding balance

Balance is an important concept to Jeff Mincy. As he takes over the administrative leadership of the Platte Valley Clinic and the Saratoga Care Center, which he will lead until the North Platte Valley Medical Center opens in August, he says it’s...

 

A Wild Vision for Carbon County

April Avery started her business Wild Vision, which is based in Hanna, almost by accident. She was developing some pictures and her husband's grandkids asked her to make some postcards. "I had been a...

 

Rosie's Posies sprouts up in Hanna

Rose Dabbs came to Hanna 10 years ago from Oregon where she had been born and raised. She was a missionary and was a care person for the elderly. "I did live-in 24 hour care," Dabbs said. "I loved doi...

 

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