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Bee-lining it to state

On Friday, January 20, Saratoga students participated in the Scripp's Spelling Bee, which was held at the Platte Valley Community Center. There were 46 contestants in the Bee from grades 2-8. Cooper...

 

Celebrating equality

The 2023 Senior Lady Tiger athletes created a timeline to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Title IX (Equal Opportunity in Education Act) at Encampment School. The Equal Opportunity in Education Act...

 

Saratoga's Finest 4H Community Club holds first meeting

By Harlan Hatch 4H club reporter Saratoga's Finest 4H Community Club had its first meeting of the year on January 3 at 6 p.m. in the Platte Valley Community Center. At this meeting, they learned...

 

You can have your cake and eat it too!

To say the turnout for the Encampment Tigers Homecoming game was overwhelming would be an understatement. The bleachers were full of both Encampment fans and Little Snake River supporters. The walls...

 

WDE announces child and adult food care program sites

The Wyoming Department of Education has announced the participating Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) organizations in Wyoming. The program reimburses participating organizations for nutritious meals and snacks served to children in child...

 

An innovative exchange

As part of a unique program, four pharmacy students from Howard University, Washington, D.C. and three pharmacy students from the University of Wyoming visited Saratoga on Sunday. Accompanied by...

 

Getting the feel of it

Eli Hobbs was made Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School principal when Steve Priest retired in late September. Hobbs has had a few months to learn to understand the job with a lot of...

 

Gift wrapping by donation

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... Full story

 

Governor's RIDE Education Advisory Group Calls for More Personalized Education Opportunities for Wyoming Students in Final Report

Personalizing students’ educational experience and offering rigorous pathways to the workforce for all students are key recommendations in the final report released by Governor Mark Gordon’s education advisory group. The final report released...

 

Dunning heads to nationals

Madi Dunning of Encampment was selected as the Junior Division winner at the Wyoming State Make It With Wool Contest held in Casper December 4 and 5. Winners were announced at the Stockgrowers/Wool...

 

2022 Outstanding Bighorn Teacher

Brett Miller started teaching VOAG at the Little Snake River Valley school June 2020. He is also the FFA Advisor for ninth through twelfth grade. This year Miller received the 2022 Outstanding Bighorn...

 

Soldiers in uniform

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School is the location for an annual breakfast honoring the military and veterans. It is usually held the day before Veterans Day, as it was this year....

 

Patriot's Pen (Post 6125 PP)

VFW Essay Winner by Raden Miller As the door of a shiny C-130 lays down, 100 battle-worn troops are rushed by their weeping families. These soldiers have braved the worst and withstood the hardest times. What they do will never be forgotten. As... Full story

 

Why Is the Veteran Important?

Post 6125 Voice of Democracy winner by Douglas Campbell Why is the veteran important? The veteran is important because he or she is a symbol in America--a symbol of strength and honor which gives something for younger generations to look up to and... Full story

 

What happens in VOAG doesn't stay in VOAG

In today's society there are many people that think life skills are not taught in school. Life skills are skills that prepare our youth to live independent and be a productive member of society. The...

 

UW Artmobile visits Saratoga

Students in both middle and high school were given an incredible opportunity to study with Sarita Keller, Director of the Ann Simpson Art Mobile Program. Dr. Keller teaches a class at the University...

 

SMHS gets into the spirit

The Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) students at Saratoga Middle High school will be hosting a Fall Festival and Haunted House on...

 

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