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Archive for April, 2008

Llama Tracks- Squinting into the spring sunshine »

It seems odd that Star Valley’s closest version of a home track meet this season will take place in Jackson, but so be it.

Parched No More! Braves end drought by quenching Devils 4-1 »

The Braves won their first match since 2006 with a 4-1 drubbing of Evanston Thursday evening amid snow flurries and and a soggy field. JonScherbel performed the hat trick for Star Valley with three goals.

Dr. Noel Stibor discusses the growth of SVMC »

When Dr. Noel Stibor first arrived in Star Valley in 1989, many aspects of the health care services available to the community were much different.

Rayback to transfer from Weber to Rocky Mountain for senior season »

Janie Rayback, who ended last season as the starting center at Weber State University, is transferring to Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont., to play her senior season of basketball.

Dr. Paul Head discusses the growth of SVMC and the role of full time Family Physicians »

When Dr. Paul Head arrived in Star Valley, there were five full or part time physicians to aid with the multiple aspects of SVMC.  Now after nearly 19 years, 24 different physicians have made it possible to receive treatment not imagined in 1989.

SVMC’s Connie Titensor talks about annual health fair blood draws »

Clinic manager, Connie Titensor, discusses the annual SVMC blood draws in preperation for the 2008 Health Fair.

Governor visits China to discuss coal bed methane development »

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – In two separate meetings with Chinese officials in Beijing today, Gov. Dave Freudenthal discussed future opportunities in tourism, energy and in particular, coal bed methane development.

Eye of the Tigers: Rock Springs edges shorthanded Lady Braves 2-0 »

There are a lot of things to appreciate about Spring Break.  Shorthanded teams aren’t one of them.

Governor calls Western Wyoming air quality a “significant concern” »

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Calling the presence of ozone in the western Wyoming air a “significant concern,” today Gov. Dave Freudenthal responded to a citizen petition requesting that a health assessment be performed in Sublette County.

Family Nominations are Sought for UW Families »

Nominations for e 2008 Wyoming of the Year are now being accepted by the Associated Parents of the University of Wyoming. Nominations must be signed and received by April 30. The executive board of APUW will make the selection based upon the written materials submitted. Nominations should provide detailed narrative information about the family’s history […]