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Miners honored and remembered

On November 22, the Town Council of Hanna approved the name enhancement of the building known as the Hanna Parks and Recreation Center to the Hanna Miner Memorial Parks and Recreation Center.  "This...

 
 By Staff Report    Business    December 1, 2022 

Runner retires from RNB State Bank

RNB State Bank would like to thank Dan Runner for 27 years of dedication to the Saratoga community, the staff and the bank as he announces his retirement. Runner says that serving as Saratoga market president was more than a job, it has been a way...

 

Diggin' the Greens

Every year the Dirt Diggers Garden Club has a Christmas greens sale. All the items for sale are assembled by the members of the club using various ribbons, greenery and Christmas decorations....

 

The Runaway Lunchbox opens its doors

"It started as an ice cream truck," said Michelle Wolfard when asked what led her to be the owner of a food truck. Wolfard had seen a modified golf cart that was turned into an ice cream vending... Full story

 

Caring for the wounds of Carbon County

For some time, the type of wound a Carbon County resident had would determine where they would receive care. A scrape or minor cut could be treated at the emergency room while issues with an...

 

Errata

In the story The wonder of the Crossing Cafe Trading Company, page 10 in the November 10 edition the owners last name of the Crossing Cafe is spelled Casner, not Kasner. The couple identified in the...

 

The wonder of the Crossing Cafe Trading Company

The Crossing Cafe Trading Company in Elk Mountain might not have regular hours exactly, because Nancy and Ken Kassner, sometimes take off during the day or evening to take care of other business. "If...

 

Bank expanding to Saratoga

Bank of Commerce (BOC), a community bank headquartered in Rawlins, Wyoming, will expand its footprint in Carbon County with the opening of a Loan Production Office (LPO) in Saratoga, Wyoming. Nicole Murry, BOC Marketing Administrator says,... Full story

 

Moving on up

Since 1987, Carbon County has had a two percent lodging tax in effect. An optional tax, it is voted on every four years and will be on the ballot November 8. For 35 years, the tax has not increased,...

 

North Platte Valley Medical Center nearing completion

The North Platte Valley Medical Center Project (NPVMC) was born nearly five years ago. Leaders from the community and the Corbett Medical Foundation (CMF) saw financial problems developing at the...

 

Firewater out, Malt in

When Danny Burau opened his restaurant half a decade ago, he knew he was taking a risk. He wanted to have a place that made all its food on premise and be open seven days a week. Burau explained how...

 

Facing the challenge

All businesses have a similar beginning, starting as an idea which can spark a plan. As of 2020, there were 31.7 million small businesses in the United States, 68,641 of those are located in Wyoming....

 

A hop, skip and a jump

The disparities between rural and urban healthcare are no secret. According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 46 million Americans live in rural areas and due to living in these...

 

Celebrating the positive

The Carbon County Economic Development Corporation (CCEDC) had their annual review meeting at the historic Sinclair (Parco) Theater. There was food and drink before which allowed guests to mingle...

 

For the record

Physician, heal thyself is a common saying with Judeo-Christian roots often used in regards to the medical community. For Memorial Hospital of Carbon County (MHCC), it could also apply to their newly...

 

Fifteenth annual Party on the Platte

The 15th annual Party on the Platte fundraiser was a huge success. Every year, the Platte Valley Community Center (PVCC) Foundation puts on this event either Friday or Saturday depending on when the...

 

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...

 

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