News from Lincoln County School District 2
“Every living SVHS wrestling coach is going to come to this event; we just want folks to attend.” – Kevan Kennington
Lincoln County School District #2 graduated 93.66% of its students in the 2015-16 school year according to Wyoming Department of Education.
In what LCSD #2 described as “a minor accident” there were no injuries to anyone involved which included students from Osmond Elementary.
The redshirt freshman from Casper, Wyo., ranked No. 1 among all Mountain West freshmen in tackles this season, averaging 6.7 tackles per game. He also ranked No. 21 overall in the MW in tackles. Wilson accounted for 94 total tackles in his redshirt freshman season, including 55 solo tackles. (Photo: Troy Babbitt-UW Media-Athletics)
The lawsuit was scheduled to go to trial on Monday, Jan. 9. Attorneys involved in the case have not offered comment on the settlement.
A 60-degree warming trend over the last two days coupled with a storm system have caused travel headaches for commuters and a rare day off for students of Star Valley schools.
Having a prepared plan and equipment and the knowledge of how to use it will save someone’s life in the event of an avalanche. The Star Valley Search & Rescue will be having their annual training this Thursday, December 29, from 7-9:30 p.m. at the Afton Civic Center.
This interview played during Tuesday’s edition of the Weekday Wake-up on Swift 98.7 FM and Black Mountain Country 1210 AM.
The Winter season is currently underway as basketball and wrestling programs began practice on November 28. The wrestling team hosts several regional squads this Friday & Saturday as part of the annual Braves Brawl held at Star Valley High School.