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Mountain goat herd studies continue outside Alpine »

The mountain goat herd outside of Alpine has expanded significantly in the last several years according to the Game & Fish Department.

I-80 pileup affects at least 47 vehicles »

Troopers from the Wyoming Highway Patrol believe motorists driving too fast for the existing conditions resulted in a serious pileup on I-80 outside of Elk Mountain.

Medical center moving forward with first phase of expansion »

Star Valley Medical Center broke ground on a new multi-million dollar expansion project which will primarily help surgical efforts.

Afton considers pros and cons of keeping police department »

Officials for the Town of Afton are considering the possibility of dissolving its police department after 40 years.

Video: Destruction of the Hoback Bridge »

Video of the explosion that took down the Hoback Bridge provided by the Wyoming Department of Transportation.

Local riders claim world titles at Jackson event »

In all, Star Valley riders brought home 28 top-10 finishes from the World Championship Hillclimbs in Jackson.

Old Hoback Bridge blown to pieces »

The old Hoback Bridge is no more as it was blown up Thursday in order to complete the new bridge which has been under construction for more than a year.

Kem Cazier asked to participate in national youth anti-bullying campaign »

Principal Kem Cazier of Star Valley Middle School has drawn national attention for the success of SVMS’s Be CLASSY program.

Game & Fish to host season setting meeting »

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will host a season setting open house on Monday, March 24 at the Thayne Elementary School. The event will take place from 6-8 p.m. Game and Fish biologists and wardens will be on-hand “to discuss big game population data collected this winter and any resulting season changes being proposed […]

Services for Christina Cranney »

Funeral services for Christina Cranney will be held on Saturday, March 15 at 11 a.m. in the Salt River LDS Ward Chapel. A viewing will be held from 9:30-10:45 a.m. prior to services at the church.