As the celebration for Halloween draws near, little ghouls and goblins invaded the Star Valley Independent.
Archive for October, 2007
Say what you want, but having a home crowd in the first round of the Wyoming 4A playoffs was a factor.
Game and Fish posts all public comments on wolf plan. Monday, Oct. 29, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department posted all public comments regarding its draft gray wolf management plan. Those comments can be found on the Game and Fish web site at gf.state.wy.us.
For one SVHS program, the season ended on Friday, for another, there is still at least one more game.
Ahh, the playoffs, something to be cherished by the teams that make it. Good seasons are special, and so is the right to play for the ultimate prize.
New information letter available on county website. The Lincoln County Website now has a ‘backbone,’ in the form of an informational letter. The informational letter is designed to link county employees and share positive information about what is going on throughout the county.
The Star Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters program will host the third annual Halloween Festival on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2007 from 5-10 p.m. Admission to the event is $4 per person. The spooky delights will take place at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds.
Laval Larson and Doc Dana retire. After 25 years with the County Road and Bridge Department, Laval Larson is saying goodbye. Doc Dana, who has been with the department for the last 17 years, is also retiring.
A brucellosis informational town meeting will be held on Friday, Nov. 2, 2007 at the Thayne Senior Center. The meeting will begin at 1 p.m. and is being co-sponsored by the Idaho Department of Agriculture and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. The Wyoming Department of Game and Fish will also participate.
The Lander Trail passes right through Star Valley. It begins in South Pass City, Wyoming and runs 252 miles to Fort Hall, Idaho. In Fort Hall, the trail rejoins the Oregon and California Trail route. The Land Trail was established in 1858. In 2008 it will celebrate its sesquicentennial.