Last year, it was a euphoric overtime victory for the home standing Broncs. This year, it was just more of the same when county 22 makes their way down Snake River Canyon to Afton where the Broncs haven’t won since 1984.
Archive for December, 2008
It’s all good news for Teresa Peavler this month. Peavler has been named the winner of the $10,000 Ashley Furniture and Hunter’s Furniture and Appliance sweepstakes.
Be sure to click below to see exclusive video interviews with Lance Peterson, Doreen Ward, Lonnie Dobler and Joel Johnson
The Thayne Branch Library has a lot to offer the local community. Every week, according to Sherry Skinner, Thayne Branch Library children’s librarian, there is something going on at the library.
Amid bitter temperatures and blowing snow, it’s a sense of history and entertainment that still drive Star Valley’s chariot racers. On any given Saturday afternoon, a group of spectators gather on the grounds just west of Afton, where the melding of man, machine and horse are displayed in one of the oldest methods of transportation […]
When slam dunk champion, Mark Hobbs, was bringing down his tomahawk to regain the lead for Salmon, there was likely a split second of euphoria for the Salmon faithful. It was the last happy second of the game for the Idaho squad.
The Braves responded to their two-point loss on Thursday to Gillette by rolling up the offensive numbers in a 75-69 victory over Layton Christian Academy out of Ogden, Utah. The Lady Braves won their second in a row with a victory over the same school.
Day one of the Flaming Gorge Classic saw the Lady Braves claim their first win, while the Braves nearly knocked off the top ranked defending champions.
Temperatures have hovered in the single digits and even ventured below zero already this season turning everyone into an amateur meteorologist and predicting this year’s snowpack.
Since splitting from Intermountain Health Care (IHC) in 1999, Star Valley Medical Center has expanded their pool of employees from 67 to over 230, pumping more than $8 million into the economy on a yearly basis in the form of wages.