News around the valley.
Crews will begin paving operations in the town of Thayne the first week of May. Residents and motorists in the Thayne area can expect to see periodic lane closures and potential delays. Drivers are advised to plan accordingly.
The Nebraska State Patrol, Laramie County Sheriff’s Office and Pine Bluffs Police Department assisted the WHP during the pursuit and arrest.
SVI Media works hard to bring you all of the information across multiple platforms but we work best as a team. Be sure to read the weekly print edition of the Independent to see things you find anywhere else. (Photo – A glimpse of the front page of the April 27, 2016 edition)
“We want to encourage everyone who hasn’t got a mammogram who is due for their yearly screening to come in. Or if you know of a mom, sister, friend, anyone in your family who hasn’t had the nerve or just can’t find the time, that you make it special day. Get a group to come in and then go to lunch.” – Crystal DeCora
“They work hard to train and keep up on what they need to know and do in the event that something happens,” – Robert Roberts
SVI Media was the first organization to stream a temple groundbreaking live. We are pleased to be able to continue this coverage by streaming the placement of the statue of the Angel Moroni on Monday morning, April 25 at 11 a.m.
“Kem is a beloved man. We appreciate what he has done for the district. He has been absolutely tremendous for our students and their families. We are confident that Steve will continue with the tradition of excellence at Star Valley Middle School.” – LCSD #2 Superintendent Alan Allred