If discussions at the March meetings are any indicator, one can expect more changes to be afoot beginning in the 2009-2010 school year. The latest proposal that is building momentum would add Cody and Jackson to the 4A fold.
Archive for March, 2008
Dan Dockstader had the opportunity to sit down with Star Valley Medical Center Pharmacy Manager, Lonnie Dobler and discuss the hospital’s new, free program which should benefit those with multiple prescriptions.
The Air Quality Division (AQD) of Wyoming*s Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), in conjunction with the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH), is issuing an ozone advisory for Monday, March 24, 2008, for the Upper Green River Basin, in Sublette County.
Funeral Services for Cliff Bingham, father of Russ and Charlotte Neel Reinhart, will be Friday, March 28, at 1 p.m. In the Grover LDS Chapel. Family will greet friends at the church, starting at 11 a.m, prior to the service.
Large Forest Service Helicopters know as Hueys have been based in Afton during March undergoing repairs by a Georgia based company. The helicopters are being stored in an Afton Airport Hanger during the repairs and the moved out at times during the day for test flights following maintenance. the company experts to be doing more […]
The Wyoming Army National Guard is sending 16 Soldiers to serve as an Embedded Training Team for the Afghanistan National Army.
The Town of Star Valley Ranch has appointed Gregg Wilkes to be the new Administrator. Wilkes will be assisting Mayor Boyd Siddoway on various projects, including plans for a new town hall. Will received unanimous approval for the position by the town council.
In a year-to-date comparison, Lincoln County’s unemployment rate has decreased.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation will install underpasses on U.S. Highway 30 in South Lincoln County as part of a project to protect wildlife. An average of 130 mule deer are killed each winter in the Nugget Canyon area of Lincoln County as they cross the highway on a southwest Wyoming migratory route.
Grant applications for funding from the Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust are due at the end of March. According to Trust Fund Chairman Delaine Roberts of Etna, the Board anticipates as many as 50 applications.