Rolling up over 340 yards on the ground, the Star Valley Braves defeated the Lander Tigers in a Homecoming romp, extending Lander’s losing streak to 14 games.
Archive for September, 2007
It was fast-paced mayhem Thursday evening as the Class of 2008 took their second straight Powderpuff title in convincing fashion.
Wyoming is one of more than 100 communities to take part this fall in the Big Read, a program that encourages an entire community to read and discuss the same book. The book that has been chosen for reading and discussion is My Antonia written by Willa Cather.
The Wyoming State Historical Society honored Star Valley residents as recipients of awards presented at the Society’s 54th annual meeting held in Wheatland.
How you sleep can have a drastic affect on your health. Over the past decade a lot of emphasis has been put on getting exercise and eating right. But, according to researchers if you’re not sleeping right you are still putting your health a risk.
Some vital matchups in the West and one showcase showdown between two undefeated teams should make for a cowbell ringing weekend.
With just a few minutes remaining, it appeared the game was in the bag. Before it was over, the Braves had to practice the “knock it down” rule.
One of the most exciting weeks of the year kicks off at Star Valley High School this week. September 24-28 will be homecoming week for the Braves, Lady Braves and all of their fans and supporters.
The Star Valley Arts Council will host an Art Harvest at the Thayne Senior Center on Saturday, Sept. 29. The even will take place from 10 a.m. to noon and will feature a brunch, artist quick draw, pie auction and pie sale.
Training will bring first responders in the area to the high school. Wednesday, Oct. 3, a mock disaster will strike Star Valley High School. The incident will result in victims that need medical help as well as students and staff that need to be evacuated to a safe zone.