Starvalleyindependent.com went out on the street in Thayne and asked a few hardy souls what they want to receive on the big day. Check out the video below
Archive for December, 2007
Governor Dave Freudenthal says Wyoming faces the daunting challenge of accommodating growth and prosperity while preserving all that makes the state special to its residents. the Governor will convene a two-day conference in Casper next month to give state residents a voice in discussing both the benefits and challenges of growth in Wyoming.
The Snake River Panthers have won two state titles in the last three years and have generally been considered one of the top teams in Idaho’s 3A Class, which is what makes Star Valley’s 64-58 win Saturday afternoon that much more satisfying.
Despite a two-point lead after the first quarter, the Braves couldn’t keep up with a rampaging Bear squad who kept Star Valley winless after two games.
Folks around the state are buzzing about the Star Valley Braves wrestling squad after their impressive win over the field at the Evanston Invite last week. Their 65-12 drubbing of Rock Springs in Afton shouldn’t do anything to quiet things down.
Holding Bear Lake, now 6-1 to just 14 first half points was a good accomplishment, but a 21-point explosion by the home team was enough to do in the Lady Braves who fell 43-34.
The weather is turning cold, but we still don’t have much snow in Star Valley.
Star Valley Independent.com went on the street to see what a few of our residents want for the Big Day. Check out the video below.
After dropping their season opener, 71-64, to the Uintah Utes last Friday, the Star Valley Braves will be looking to collect their first win against a long-time rival in the Bear Lake Bears. See what Coach Dixon has to say about his team after their first game.
Legislation introduced this week by U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., and Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., would allow families of contracted fire fighting crews to receive federal death benefits.