A total of 38 students were named to the Dean’s Honor Roll for this past semester from Lincoln County.
According to Captain Jay Hokanson, Thayne’s newest addition can carry 1,000 gallons of water and can aid with medical, rescue and fire scenarios.
This Saturday, January 24, Mentaberry, Rainey & Balls will be competing in the Hillcross event at 3 p.m. The races are expected to be televised on ABC.
The #3 (3A) Braves will be battling the #2 (4A) Wolves in Green River Friday night. Rankings are according to Wyowrestling.com.
The Lady Braves (9-1) host Mountain View (6-4) and the Braves (6-4) host the Buffalos (2-8) Friday night at Star Valley High School.
The Braves wrestlers placed second at the Madison Invite while the SVHS basketball teams swept Pinedale on the road.
The Braves wrestling team placed 3rd at Box Elder High School while the boys and girls basketball teams each picked up two wins including a victory to start 1-0 in the 3A West.
Alan Allred, Jamie Holyoak and Glen Szymoniak have been named as the finalists to fill the Lincoln County School District #2 Superintendent position.
A look at Lincoln County School District #2 as the schools roll into February.
Pioneer-era rifles are now on display at the Oregon-California Trail Center in Montpelier, Idaho. They were donated by the Dr. W.C. Swanson Family Foundation.
With the Christmas break coming up, take a look at the local school calendar.
A third reading amendment in the Wyoming Senate put a fourth year of math back on the table. The bill now moves over to the Wyoming House of Representatives.
Joann Hakes, 43, of Thayne, was last seen on January 3, 2015. If you have information regarding this person, please call 307-885-5231.
Governor Matt Mead will be part of a busy legislative session which will discuss, among other things, potentially reduced budget numbers and the possible expansion of Medicaid.
This Week in Star Valley discusses a Young Women’s contest that no longer exists, a ranch foreman shooting at gasoline thieves and FDR saying that “no person has ever suggested sending boys of American mothers to fight on the battlefields in Europe.” (1939)
After correctly predicting nearly 80 percent of the 3A games in 2014, just how will the Independent sports editor fare in the playoffs.
Rivalry week isn’t just a full of energy between teams, it’s settling a lot of playoff scenarios as well.
Playoff spots and positions are up for grabs this week. Who do you think will win? Here are the picks for Week Seven from SVI Sports Editor, Dahl Erickson.
The Star Valley Independent sports editor is (17-7) in the 3A Class so far this season. Who do you think wins the games tonight?
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