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Archive for September, 2009

Lady Braves win Bear Lake Invite »

The Lady Braves, despite being one short of their typical top five runners, placed five girls in the top 18 and won the Bear Lake Invitational Wednesday afternoon despite wet cold conditions and snow flurries.

Johnny Miller Course expected to receive players in the Spring of 2010 »

Afton Mayor, Alan Stauffer, and Golf Course Superintendent, Darin Neuenschwander, discussed some of the obstacles and challenges for the 18-hole Afton Golf Course which will bear the endorsement of two-time major winner Johnny Miller.

Wyoming players earn national recognition »

Laramie, Wyo. (Sept. 28, 2009) — For the second time this season, Wyoming Cowboys have been recognized by CollegeFootballPerformance.com as among the best performers at their positions in the nation.

More aid requests are expected among Wyoming residents »

The Wyoming Department of Family Services expects to see an increase in the number of households seeking help from various aid programs this year.

Lady Braves place fourth at huge Bob Firman Invite »

The Lady Braves Cross-Country team continues to show that they should be a squad that will be reckoned with, cementing a very good showing against some of the best high school runners in the western United States.  Scroll to the bottom for a link to video from Eagle Island State Park in Boise, Idaho.

Worland capitalizes on Braves miscues, shut out Star Valley 21-0. »

There were three big plays in the game between the Worland Warriors and the Star Valley Braves.  Unfortunately for Braves fans, all three were Worland touchdowns.

The Dahl E. Llama looks at Week 4 in the Mountain West and Wyoming 3A »

This is what I’m calling the Missouri Week in this column.  In other words, the “Show Me” week in terms of match ups.

Independent Obituaries: September 24, 2009 »

The following are obituaries and death notices that appeared in the September 24, 2009 edition of the Star Valley Independent.

LCSD#2 moving to electronic school board packets »

Lincoln County School District No. 2 is switching from hard copy school board packets to electronic school board packets. The decision to go electronic was made at the September meeting of the School Board.

Green River sweeps Lady Braves »

The Lady Wolves saw their junior varsity go down in Afton but would not share the same fate.