Star Valley fans who need to watch some football should head over to Cokeville this afternoon to get their fix.
Archive for October, 2008
In spring of 2008, Wyoming students participated in the state’s first statewide science assessment. The science test was administered as part of the Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students (PAWS).
The BCS is primed to be busted. Will the MWC open the door for the WAC again?
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – A sophisticated weatherization project at a Cheyenne home aimed at improving the building’s energy efficiency and reducing the homeowner’s winter heating bills got a visit from Gov. Dave Freudenthal today.
The Lady Braves made it onto the podium in their second year at Class 4A with a strong push from the Nethercott twins.
After three scoreless quarters between the Braves and Warriors, Chris Jenkins threw two fourth quarter touchdown passes to Darin Taylor and Jon Scherbel as Star Valley closed out their regular season with a feel-good 14-0 win over visiting Worland.
Well, I got a nice little comment from Park County this week accusing me of something I’ve never heard before. It did make me smile though, because nothing could be farther from the truth.
The Aaron Ashton Band will be in Star Valley on October 23 for an exclusive concert at Star Valley High School. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium.
The Lower Valley Television and Radio Association will be working on their system this next week. According to Robert Weber of the association, work on the translators is being done in preparation for the transition from analog to digital television, set to take place in February 2009.
Wyoming Senior Senator Mike Enzi (R), is currently in Star Valley and spent some time with the Independent. He spoke about the national bank bailout bill that he opposed, land usage concerns in Wyoming, what he’s working on now and even what he thinks about the World Series and the SVHS Band.