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Archive for January, 2009

SVHS Friday Night Sports Update »

The Braves rolled the visiting Evanston Red Devils on the wrestling mat, 52-15 in a home duel on Friday night.

This Week In Star Valley »

For over 100 years the Independent  has been bringing  you the news.  Here’s a look back at this particular week 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago here in Star Valley.

Braves hold off homestanding Green River »

With a very tough Wolves squad hosting the Braves on the mat Wednesday evening, there weren’t many who thought Star Valley could come away with a win.

Valley experiences pains of winter flux »

For nearly a week, the skies were blue and temperatures were in the 30′s. Maybe that’s normal in a lot of winter locales, but not Star Valley in January.

Heap wins back-to-back Tiger Grizz titles »

For Hayden Heap, his third straight event title isn’t just impressive, it’s borderline all-time. 

Mustangs stay perfect with win over Braves »

Natrona had been slowed a bit in the first half in Afton, leading only 25-19.  In the third quarter, the three-point baskets began to fall as the Mustangs moved to 14-0 with a 58-36 win over Star Valley.

Braves knock off American Falls 40-27 »

The Braves blasted American Falls last year on their home mat, one of the few sour moments in their Idaho 3A championship last season.

Motorists asked to slow down near Etna school »

Highway signage officially marking the new school zone in Etna is not up yet. However, school officials are asking motorists to be mindful that students are in the area.

Freudenthal watches and reacts to Obama’s speech »

Shortly after taking the oath of office today, President Barack Obama delivered a somber inaugural speech that focused on the need for the nation to come together to face the serious challenges ahead.

Game & Fish concerned with wildlife conflict »

JACKSON- Workers with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department in Jackson found themselves working to free a young bull elk that had gotten its antlers tangled in a woven wire fence along the west boundary of the National Elk Refuge recently.