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Archive for August, 2009

Star Valley weekend sports wrap »

All four SVHS sports were in action over the weekend with varying shades of success.

S.V.I. Coaches Show: SVHS Football Coach Chris Howell »

The Braves will be facing off against the defending champion Douglas Bearcats this Saturday on a neutral field in Riverton in zero week action.

S.V.I. Coaches Show: SVHS X-C Head Coach Ty Draney »

The Independent is striving to bring you more coverage than ever before of your Star Valley High School Sports. 

Governor releases information on use of state aircraft »

CHEYENNE – In the first six months of 2009, Gov. Dave Freudenthal used state-owned aircraft to meet with local government officials across Wyoming and to attend meetings in Washington D.C. to discuss energy development, transmission and wildlife issues with members of Congress and the incoming administration.  The cost for these trips to this point, total […]

New York man dies after fall in Snake River Canyon »

According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to the Snake River Canyon this week on a report of a person injured from a fall.

Golfers compete in Riverton »

The linksters of Star Valley High were the first teams to begin the varsity season with their work at the Riverton Invitational.

Independent Obituaries: August 20, 2009 »

The following are obituaries and death notices that appeared in the August 20, 2009 edition of the Star Valley Independent.

H1N1 claims first Wyoming fatality »

The first death of a state resident infected with the swine flu (novel H1N1) virus has been confirmed by Wyoming Department of Health officials.

El Vaquero Loco slideshow »

Over 60 extreme runners faced off to see who would indeed be “The Crazy Cowboy”.

Wyoming to get $6.4 million in stimulus funding for forests »

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – On hearing the news today that Wyoming will get $6.4 million in federal economic stimulus funding for projects aimed at restoring forest health and reducing fuels for wildland fires, Gov. Dave Freudenthal issued the following statement: