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Making Hanna home

"I was born and raised in West Virginia," Ted Kranenberg Jr., the new Hanna Marshal said. "After high school, I joined the military." From the military, Kranenberg found himself in demand as a...

 

PVAC awarded grant

The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board recently awarded $277,082.25 to 15 grant projects around the state at their recent grant review meeting. Awards were given to a wide variety of projects, including historic preservation, theatre and music...

 

Ready to grow

The 2021 Giving Tree will be up at Town and Country Realty in Saratoga Monday, November 22. The Giving Tree project, organized every year by the Valley Service Organization (VSO) is designed to ensure all valley Saratoga and Encampment children have...

 

The greatest gift

What if you were told an hour of your time could change someone’s life? In the time it takes you to read this article, nearly 100 people will receive lifesaving blood transfusions. By taking just an hour or so to donate, you will do something...

 

Light it up!

The annual Lighted Christmas Parade will be held at 5:00 pm on Saturday, December 11.  2021 theme is a Red, White and Blue Christmas! The parade begins at Constitution Ave. by the Saratoga Care...

 

Learning self-reliance

The 2nd Annual Urban Agriculture Workshop put on by the Medicine Bow Conservation District (MBCD) was held at the Medicine Bow Community Hall on October 16. It attracted a good crowd, with...

 

Thanksgiving delivered

Platte Valley Helping Hands (PVHH) will continue to provide their Annual Free Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner, but with the same limitations as last year, due to the continued spread of Covid-19 in the area. All meals will be delivered to homes by...

 

The counsel of women

Wyoming is known as the Equality State as it was the first in the United States to give women the right to vote. There may have been some self-serving reasons by men in power during that time but, fro...

 

Good to be together again

The Wyoming Hospitality and Tourism Fall Summit was held in Sheridan on October 20 and 21. The common statement made by leaders and attendees was how good it was to have the conference in person...

 

Getting gardens ready for winter

Garden boxes are at the new community garden site and the Hanna Agricultural Resource Committee (HART) is working hard to get them ready before winter sets in. There are 31 boxes in total, which had...

 

Bigger and better

This year's Christmas parade should be bigger and better than ever, according to the chair of the event, which is sponsored by the Valley Service Organization. Judy Hamel said the theme for this...

 

Something to digest

The Platte Valley Ministerial Association is hosting a Beans and Rice Banquet on Tuesday, October 12 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall of St. Ann’s Church.  The dinner is a fundraising event for the Saratoga Food Pantry.  Admission is by...

 

Making history come alive

After a difficult summer in 2020, the Hanna Basin, Elk Mountain and Medicine Bow museums invited Carbon County residents and outsiders to come and visit the Hanna Basin Museum to welcome them back on...

 

North county museums work together

With a total of 10 museums, Carbon County has the most museums of any county in Wyoming. These historical depositories range in size from the Grand Encampment Museum (GEM), which has thirty or so...

 

HART discusses new beds

The Hanna Agricultural Resource Team (HART) met on August 24 at the Hanna Market for their monthly meeting. The major topic was the coming construction of the new community garden. The community...

 

A touch of the international

The bold, beautiful hair and accent of Brian Roche is sure to stand out in Saratoga, Wyoming. The renowned hair stylist is working through Copper Creek Hair Company is owned by Madeline Bonitatibus...

 

The Black Diamond of Carbon County

"Carbon- a town in the county of Carbon, Wyoming. Eight four miles by rail northwest of Laramie. Coal mining is carried on here. It has three churches, a bank, a common and high school, and a...

 

Here you are family

On the weekend of July 9, it may have looked like a small town had sprung up at Bottle Creek Campground south of Encampment. A variety of campers and tents had been set up for an extended weekend...

 

Where there's a Wille ...

Ann and Dale Wille were selected to be the Grand Marshals of the Carbon County Fair this year. This isn't the first time a Grand Marshal has been selected in Little Snake River Valley in recent...

 

Real living history

Grand Encampment Museum (GEM) hosted its annual Living History Day on Saturday with booming attendance. The event is a tradition which Candy Moulton, author and a founder of GEM said goes back about...

 

Rendezvous returns

Last summer, a number of highly anticipated events were ultimately cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Among those was the Sierra Madre Muzzle Loading Rifle Club's Mountain Man Rendezvous,...

 

Francis to receive Pioneer Award

Encampment native Francis Herring is the 2021 Pioneer Award winner for the Grand Encampment Cowboy Gathering Outfit. Herring, best known as Francie, was one of the 16 children of Ellis and Gladys...

 

Wide open spaces

With more and more folks flocking to the Upper North Platte River Valley weekly and a free event being staged, a record crowd is expected to attend the 18/19th annual Grand Encampment Cowboy Gathering...

 

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