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Archive for February, 2010

Heap wins back-to-back, Wolfley claims 215 »

Hayden Heap became Star Valley’s first two-time 4A state champion with a 4-3 thriller over Tanner Olson of Gillette, while Casey Wolfley shocked the field by claiming the title at 215.

Top six wrestling brackets set »

The Braves have 15 wrestlers who have secured a top-six finish.

2nd Round Wrestlebacks update »

The battle continues for many Star Valley wrestlers.

Wrestleback Update from Casper »

The Braves have had some good team success in the wrestlebacks Saturday morning, but inevitably the season came to a close for some.

Braves send three to the finals »

Three Braves punched their ticket to the finals on Friday night, but no fewer than four more saw their chance evaporate in their matches’ final moments.

Quarterfinals update: State Wrestling »

The Championship Quarterfinals is now  complete.

First Round State Wrestling update »

Midway through the opening round of the 4A State Wrestling Tournament the Braves have had success, winning nine matches and losing twice.

Star Valley sweeps Green River »

Strong second half efforts by both the Braves and Lady Braves helped put their counterparts from Green River away.

Independent Obituaries: February 18, 2010 »

The following are obituaries and death notices that appeared in the February 18, 2010 edition of the Star Valley Independent.

Wyoming receives first hybrid school bus »

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction, Dr. Jim McBride, and Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Director, John Corra, celebrated the arrival of the first Diesel Hybrid schools bus to Wyoming today.