In addition to new surgery suites at Star Valley Medical Center, the hospital is gaining more space by moving some of their services to 1014 South Washington St. which previously housed Maverik Corporate Offices.
These obituaries appeared in the March 18, 2015 edition of the Star Valley Independent.
The annual Relay for Life cancer awareness event will take place on July 17 at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds.
The Lincoln County Commissioner’s office had acknowledges the Hobble Creek area’s recreation and tourism is important to the area.
The Star Valley track team will be back in Utah this Saturday at the Utah Valley University Invite.
The Lander girls defeated Star Valley 3-1 last season on the Tiger field. It was the only two-goal loss the Lady Braves suffered last season. The Braves lost to Lander twice last season, including a 3-1 loss to open the 2014 3A State Tournament in Jackson.
“Every single player’s skills have improved,” said Sandy Buckstaff.
“We will play a little bit more of a possession game,” said Chris Abrams
Star Valley is one of the most well-traveled fan bases in the Cowboy State.
The Braves brought home the consolation trophy while the Lady Braves were defeated in the third-place game.
Layne Parmenter will become Afton Elementary’s new school principal beginning in the 2015-16 school year.
Mel Baldwin will take his educational experience to the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees.
If you missed any of the schools this week, just use SVI to watch and see what books might become your new favorites.
Staff from Etna Elementary will be reading some of their favorite books on Wednesday evening.
Tuesday night, Afton Elementary staff will share some of their favorite books.
Joann Hakes was last seen in Thayne on January 3, 2015.
Wade Richard Farrow will have an arraignment hearing in District Court. The date of the hearing has not yet been determined.
Star Valley Temple plans have been presented to the Town of Afton.
Senate File 115 has been hotly debated in this year’s legislative session as lawmakers try to find a balance.
An amendment that would have added four years of Medicaid coverage for Wyoming citizens failed by a 15-41-4 vote. A similar measure in the Senate failed by an 11-19 vote.
The 2015 Wyoming Legislature will have their traditional break this weekend.
The Wyoming SHARE Plan, part of Senate File 129, received an 18-11 vote Monday morning.
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.
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