The Star Valley junior varsity football squad rebounded from a tough 22-16 loss to Gillette, by edging the Snake River Panthers, 14-12 in a Thursday evening road game.
Archive for August, 2007
Picking one’s opponents to win or lose is sometimes a risky business. I for one never want to provide bulletin board material for another team.
Residents of SVR will work with the Sheriff’s Office to start community watch program. A neighborhood watch program is in its beginning stages at Star Valley Ranch this week. On Saturday, as part of the emergency preparedness fair, residents could sign up to participate in the neighborhood watch program.
American Alpine Club working toward special use permit. A few years ago Afton applied to the Forest Service for a special use permit to create an ice climbing area in Swift Creek Canyon. The project never really got off the ground.
Whether you walked in from the parking areas or rode in on the provided shuttle, you were greeted with the sight of hundreds of pristine cars and trucks and the smell of aviation fuel and cheeseburgers.
Megan Thomson is the new school resource officer. This year when the students, teachers and administrators went back to school in Lincoln County School District No. 2, they had a new ally coming to school with them. Deputy Megan Thomson, with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, is the first school resource officer in Star Valley.
Lure of higher wages drawing workforce outside. The summer season is the bread and butter of the Star Valley economy. Tourists make their way through the area, snow birds return and ranchers spend long hours making hay while the sun shines.
By Shanelle Galloway The journey began months before the group set foot on the first plane. The time previous to the departure was full of preparations. There were presentations and projects to get together.
It’s always a dangerous proposition to delve into the discussion between East and West.
Perspective, it’s a word that is easier said than done.