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Chinooks Stir Awe in the Valley

By K.J. Schricker

Reporter, Carbon County Comet

 

St. Barnabas’ Church to Celebrate 135th Anniversary

By Rev. Dr. Peggy Hotchkiss

Priest-in-Charge, St. Barnabas’ Church

 

Chloe’s Wish Story

Press Release

Make-A-Wish Wyoming

 

Visualize your happy place. Where does it take you? For Chloe, a Sheridan high school senior, her happy place has always been the beach. Make-A-Wish Wyoming recently sent Chloe to her happy place in the Dominican Republic, which was a much needed gift after a truly difficult year. 

Food Bank of Wyoming Receives Local Food Purchasing Agreement Grant

Press Release

Food Bank of Wyoming

 

Supporting local growers while getting vital, nutritious food to neighbors facing food insecurity — Food Bank of Wyoming is thrilled to announce it’s been awarded the Local Food Purchasing Agreement (LFPA) grant through the USDA and state of Wyoming. 

Hanna’s HART Awards Scholarships to Empower Local Youth

By Mike Armstrong

Reporter, Carbon County Comet

 

Carbon County Legendary Cowboy Gone

By Mike Armstrong

Reporter, Carbon County Comet

 

“My heart is broken but what a great legacy he’s left,” the owner of Wild Visions Photo, April Avery said. “He truly loved Carbon County.”

Avery is talking about Billy O “Cowboy” Wadsworth who passed away on May 31. 

Cowboy was a human being whose passing touched a lot of people throughout the County. 

Honoring Fallen Heroes in Carbon County on Memorial Day

By Mike Armstrong

Reporter, Carbon County Comet

 

Saratoga Council of Catholic Women Installs New Officers

By Connie Patterson

Carbon County Comet Contributor

 

The Saratoga Council of Catholic Women (CCCW), a service and faith-based organization for local Catholic women, held their final regular meeting until September this week, during which they installed newly elected officers who will serve two-year terms.

‘Gather at the Table’ June 3rd for best free meal in country

By Dick Perue

GATT Correspondent

 

“Best free meal in the country,” boasts a satisfied patron with a full tummy at the last “Gather at the Table” supper.

He then promised, “I’ll be back next month.”

Rawlins Music Academy Swings into Spring with Mother’s Day Concert

By K.J. Schricker

Reporter, Carbon County Comet

 

The Rawlins Music Academy hit all the right notes this past Sunday with their delightful ‘Swing into Spring Mother’s Day Concert’ held at the Rawlins High School Fine Arts Auditorium.

Saratoga Care Center’s Mother’s Day Tea

By Connie Patterson

Carbon County Comet Contributor

 

Saratoga Council of Catholic Women Installs New Officers

By Connie Patterson

Carbon County Comet Contributor

 

Saratoga’s Woods Ball Fields Buzz with Youthful Energy as T-Ball Season Kicks Off

By Connie Patterson

Carbon County Comet Contributor

 

On a warm summer evening in Saratoga, the freshly renovated Woods ball fields come alive with the sounds of America’s favorite pastime. Children of all ages gather to enjoy an evening of t-ball. 

Carbon County Weekend Extravaganza

By Mike Armstrong   

Reporter, Carbon County Comet

 

This past weekend lot was going on in Carbon County. The Valley had a theater, Sinclair had a concert and smaller events were going around all over County.

The North had several events going on at the same time. 

Legacy of Hard Work and Dairy Tradition

By Connie Patterson    

Carbon County Comet Contributor

 

Larry Vyvey was born in 1939 into one of the earliest pioneering families of the Platte Valley, the Verplancke-Vyvey dynasty. Larry learned early from his father, mother, uncles, aunts, and grandparents that earning one’s way in the world just takes hard work and he had plenty of people to emulate. Larry eventually developed an interest in dairy cows, from his father.

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