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A lot of potential

Within the walls of the Carbon County Museum, a variety of exhibits await for visitors to offer a glimpse into the history of Rawlins and the county itself. A 55-foot long fire truck powered by a...

 

HART goes into hibernation

The Hanna Agricultural Resource Team (HART) has been getting ready for the change of seasons. On September 24, the organization had their last barbeque for the summer. It actually was in the Hanna...

 

Soup luncheons for hunters in October

“Soup’s on” all next month at the Saratoga Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, according to an announcement made this week by the sponsoring Deacons. Information released following a recent meeting of the Deacons reads, “It was decided to... Full story

 

This week at the Saratoga Care Center

by Tom Mansfied, Activity Volunteer The Activity Director and her assistants offered another week of activities both morning and afternoon. On Monday, residents worked out to Sittercise in the morning and listened to geography and history trivia in...

 

This week at the Saratoga Care Center

by Tom Mansfied, Activity Volunteer The Activity Director and her assistants offered another week of activities both morning and afternoon. On Monday, residents worked out to Sittercise in the morning and listened to buzzword history trivia in the...

 

Encampment Beef Committee Community Picnic

The Encampment Beef Committee was started over 50 years ago by Young Jim York. Jerry Kraft said that York started the Encampment Beef Committee because he felt they needed something more for the...

 

That's Dr. Sam Streeter

Sam Streeter grew up in the Upper North Platte Valley. He spent his childhood in Saratoga, getting into mischief with his big brother, hanging out with his parents, Jeff and Sandy, and a really cool... Full story

 

This week at the Saratoga Care Center

by Tom Mansfied, Activity Volunteer The Activity Director and her assistants offered another week of activities both morning and afternoon. On Monday, residents worked out to Sittercise in the morning and listened to Trivia in the afternoon about...

 

The flags are not forgotten

The Labor Day holiday started Friday, and for many Carbon County residents, it was the beginning of getting ready to depart to some place. For Hanna residents Dorla Baker and Gene Buckendorf Friday...

 

Great news, the Farmer's Market will continue through September

The season has been extended for the Farmers Market at the Saratoga Museum. Every Sunday throughout September, from 2 p.m. through 6 p.m., the Farmers Market will be providing fresh fruit and vegetables, baked goods, home canned goodies and other...

 

The 78th Annual One-Shot Antelope Hunt Announces New Hunt Teams

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon will be hosting the 78th Annual One-Shot Antelope Hunt beginning Thursday, September 15th.  The One-Shot Antelope Hunt is the oldest invitational hunt in the country.  It originated in Lander, WY and continues to be...

 

This week at the Saratoga Care Center

by Tom Mansfied, Activity Volunteer The Activity Director and her assistants offered another week of activities both morning and afternoon. On Monday, residents worked out to exercise for seniors on the internet in the morning and listened to Trivia...

 

Coal country through French eyes

The town of Hanna, once a major coal boomtown as recent as the 1980s, has watched jobs disappear to the point, the town itself is the largest employer versus any other industry. The transition has...

 

Y'all invited to Gather at the Table

Y’all, including anyone who is hungry, lonely, physically limited or just wishing for companionship is invited to enjoy a free hot meal and fellowship Tuesday, Sept. 6th, between 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. in the Saratoga Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hal...

 

FITZSIMMONS TO TAKE REINS AS MEDICAL DIRECTOR OF NPVMC NOVEMBER 1

Dr. Brendan Fitzsimmons will take over as medical director and head physician of the North Platte Valley Medical Center November 1, the Platte Valley Healthcare Project (PVHP) has announced. “While we were sorry to see Dr. Durham leave — as...

 

Help raise 'Gather at the Table' funds

Cookies, cakes, pies, cupcakes, goodies of all kinds, plus burritos and biscuits and gravy will all be available Saturday, Sept. 3, at a Bake Sale sponsored by the “Gather at the Table” Committee. Everyone is invited to drop by the Saratoga...

 

This week at the Saratoga Care Center

by Tom Mansfied, Activity Volunteer The Activity Director and her assistants offered another week of activities both morning and afternoon. On Monday, residents worked out to Sittercise in the morning and listened to Trivia in the afternoon about...

 

Bikes for Kids Ministry reaches out to the Valley

It’s Saturday morning at the Agape House on the corner of 1st and Main in Saratoga. Bicycles line the sidewalk and spill onto the lawn. Bikes for Kids Ministry is managed by Ralph Hicks and Mike...

 

Going to college before graduating high school

Three students from Carbon County School District No 2 (CCSD2) were able to go to the University of Wyoming before they graduated high school. They were Mackenzie Priest from Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medi...

 

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