Up until two weeks ago, you might have found a few naysayers when it came to the completion of the updates to the Star Valley High School Athletics Facilities. All you can say now with just likely one more week before turf arrives is: Whoa.
Archive for July, 2008
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Wyoming Attorney General Bruce Salzburg today joined attorneys for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other parties to the gray wolf lawsuit on a conference call to preliminarily discuss the next step in the litigation.
Wyoming fans have been accused of living in the past a little too much. But, here’s a little gem of a video I put together just over a year ago that should get your blood pumping for the collegiate football season.
Today’s Stir comes at you from the annals of Star Valley football history where battles took place between teams many decades ago that still are played today.
In a unanimous vote, the Lincoln County Planning Commission has voted against recommending a grass airstrip on the Double L Ranch just north of Etna. The decision was made Wednesday, July 23 at the regular county planning and zoning meeting.
Grand Teton National Park rangers continue to investigate the death of longtime Exum Mountain Guides employee George Gardner, age 58, that occurred on Saturday, July 19. Fellow guides, who were with Gardner before the accident that took his life, have provided rangers with extensive information about the circumstances leading up to his untimely death.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – The National Park Service today amended its record of decision on winter access to Yellowstone National Park through Sylvan Pass to indicate that the pass will remain open in winter.
A decision issued Friday, July 18 in federal court will have significant impacts on the way wolves are managed in Wyoming. Judge Donald Molloy issued an injunction to suspend the removal of wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains from the federal Endangered Species List.
LARAMIE — Private donations to the University of Wyoming exceeded $43 million in the fiscal year that ended June 30, an all-time record, according to a UW statement.
Well, on some counts I have to apologize for not having the Stir up and running on Friday, but some days you just have to take the phone off the hook and head out of town. Here’s the make up question for this week.