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Archive for March, 2009

This Week in Star Valley: March 26-April 2 »

Take a historic glimpse into what made the news and the headlines of the Star Valley Independent 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago.

Two Eastern Idaho men plead guilty to arson »

Two Idaho Falls residents were sentenced this week for setting a wildfire that occurred on public lands in Eastern Idaho in 2003, U.S. Attorney Tom Moss announced. Both men pled guilty to the charges in November 2008.

Governor’s office details Wyoming’s share of economic stimulus »

When President Barack Obama signed the $787 billion  economic stimulus package earlier this month, there were many questions surrounding the  distribution of the funds to state, local and individual levels. Mainly, when and how much?

Weekend soccer cancelled due to snow »

It may be impossible to be happy for a sports cancellation due to weather, but if indeed it is possible, this situation would merit the celebration.  Due to the heavy snow this week, the soccer matches with Kelly Walsh and Natrona have been cancelled.  The schools are currently working on rescheduling.

Independent Obituaries: March 26, 2009 »

The following are obituaries that appeared in the March 26, 2009 edition of the Star Valley Independent.

This Week In Star Valley: March 19-25 »

Take a historic glimpse into what made the news and the headlines of the Star Valley Independent 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago.

Cody’s Adam Waddell gains fame over backflip dunk »

Redshirt freshman, Adam Waddell, is a key part of the Wyoming Cowboys as they move forward into the off-season. But it’s his acrobatic backflip dunk and his appearance on NBC’s Today Show that are still drawing open-mouthed gapes and some much appreciated national glare at Laramie.

Weekend Sports: Lady Braves win two »

The “X” chromosome ruled for SVHS over the weekend as the Lady Braves garnered a pair of wins on the soccer pitch and senior Madison Wilkes set a new school record in the Shot Put.

Dry February affecting water levels »

A dry month across Wyoming in February has resulted in lower volume forecasts for almost all major river basins across Wyoming.

Senator Enzi discusses small businesses; HIV/AIDS funding »

Wyoming senior senator, Mike Enzi (R) met with several groups recently to discuss matters pertaining to the Cowboy State.