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The Texas 4000 cycling team is on their way to Anchorage, Alaska after starting their journey in Austin, Texas.
The Star Valley Search & Rescue Ranch Rodeo is this Saturday, July 2, at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds in Afton. A fireworks display will follow the rodeo on Saturday evening.
Here is a preview of just a few of the items you can expect to find in the June 29, 2016 print edition of the Star Valley Independent.
Jessica Sanders sustained fatal injury on scene. Chase Sanders was transported by helicopter ambulance to Eastern Idaho Medical Center in Idaho Falls, Idaho and has been hospitalized.
The Town of Alpine will receive more than $1.5 million to extend and upgrade existing road and installation of an 8-inch water main.
Kayden Quinn Tapia, 16, of Star Valley, Wyoming, was found unconscious Tuesday morning around 9:40 a.m. Teton County Sheriff deputies and Jackson Hole Fire & EMS were dispatched to the area where CPR had been initiated by a bystander and a volunteer firefighter. Paramedics attempted life saving measures for approximately 33 minutes but authorities say the victim was unable to be resuscitated.
A man has been presumed dead after falling into a thermal spring in the Norris Geyser Basin area of Yellowstone on Tuesday afternoon. The Norris Geyser Basin is the hottest and most dynamic thermal area in Yellowstone, which features springs that can reach temperatures close to 200 degrees Fahrenheit.
A car fire has burned out of control and caused a serious fire at a salvage yard outside of Idaho Falls. Multiple crews have responded to the blaze. (Photo courtesy Sarah Fullmer)
More than 600 students have made the trek from Austin to Alaska, collectively raising more than $7 million in the fight against cancer since the ride began in 2003. Most of the students ride for a friend or family member who has battled cancer
Photo: Dr. Brian McClure promised his family that they would find a small town to settle in, where they could enjoy the great outdoors.
The future surgeon left the instructor’s office with his sights on medical school. Today, Dr. Stucki treats some of the same types of traumatic injuries he saw that day almost 26 years ago on the family farm in Ririe, Idaho. (Photo: Dr. Kevin and Brooke Stucki and their family, Kabrina, Austin, Weston and Michelle, will become part of the Star Valley Medical Center Family on July 1, when Dr. Stucki begins working at Salt River Orthopedics.)
Many area entities are involved in National Safety Month taking place this June.
A big turnout for the first community run of season took place over the weekend . Be sure to check out www.svmcwy.org for more opportunities like this one including the Mountain Man Triathon in Alpine!
Various activities will take place from Saturday, July 2, through Monday, July 4 across the length of the valley from Alpine to Afton.
Tryouts will be held Wednesday, July 13 at the SVI offices in Afton. A representative from SVI will contact you to set up a specific time for your tryout. All tryouts must be sung a cappella. No accompaniment will be allowed at tryouts. You should come prepared to sing no more than 2 minutes for your tryout. Applicants will be notified no later than July 15th if they have or have not been selected as a contestant.
Here are a few of the things to look for in the June 22, 2016 print edition of the Star Valley Independent which hits news racks, mailboxes and post office boxes Wednesday morning.
Dr. Laurie Nichols addressed a crowd at the Afton Civic Center on Wednesday, June 29, as she endeavors to see all the areas of the Cowboy State after being named the University of Wyoming President.
David Cazier spoke with Duke Dance during the Weekday Wake-up on Tuesday, June 28 to discuss a project by SVI Media in conjunction with the dedication of the Star Valley Wyoming Temple.
Lincoln County Attorney, Spencer Allred, announced that first degree murder charges against Flint Wayne Harrison and DJ Harrison have been filed in the case of Kay Porter Ricks. (Photo: From l to r: Lt. Von Steenblick, Centerville Police Department, Lincoln County Attorney, Spencer Allred, Lincoln County Sheriff, Shane Johnson
Swift Creek High School holds class in the building that was previously Afton Elementary School. In the Fall of 2016, SCHS will utilize the building currently housing the LCSD #2 Administrative Offices.
PO Box 129Afton, WY 83110
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