The Saratoga Sun -

Local sculpture placed at Albany County Courthouse


Carole Ward

"Movin' Out Pronghorns", a steel statue once owned by Bill and Carole Ward, of Saratoga, sits on the lawn of the Albany County Courthouse in Laramie.

A traditional piece of art owned by a retired Saratoga couple is now sitting on the lawn of the Albany County Courthouse.

Bill and Carole Ward donated their large steel sculpture depicting four pronghorn, known as 'Movin' Out Pronghorns,' to the Albany County Courthouse lawn. A dedication ceremony for the placement took place Oct. 15.

The 7-foot-tall, 7-foot-long sculpture sat in the yard of the Ward's Saratoga home since 1987, but now rests easy on the south side of the county courthouse, near Laramie's Grand Avenue. The Wards are former Laramie residents and employees of Ivinson Memorial...

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