The following are obituaries and death notices that appeared in the April 30, 2009 edition of the Star Valley Independent.
Archive for April, 2009
The facility doesn’t open until May 15, but the Independent had the chance to take a look at Star Valley’s newest business that will have area bowlers tickled pink.
As national and international news reports circulate about recent swine flu cases reported in California, Texas and Mexico, a Wyoming Department of Health official said the disease situation will be “worth watching.”
A historical, nostalgic and sometimes comical look back to the past as you can see what made the headlines of the Star Valley Independent, 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago.
Despite missing their top two goal scorers on the year, the Braves upended the Kelly Walsh Trojans, 1-0 in Afton on Friday night.
Which Mountain West player from this past year will have the most successful NFL career? We probably can’t answer that, but we can tell who we think it will be.
The following are obituaries and death notices that appeared in the April 23, 2009 edition of the Star Valley Independent.
Members of the 1041st Engineering Company as well as local servicemen and women from other branches of the United States Military have deployed with soldiers from across the state.
Cody Roberts of Thayne was sentenced on Wednesday April 22, 2009.
In a stealthy production, the students, faculty and administration for Star Valley High School as well as administration officials honored not only the music program for their recent accolades, but also for SVHS Principal, Shannon Harris, who was named Wyoming’s Principal of the year for 2009.