A funeral service for Carol Olson will be held Tuesday, June 10, at 12 noon in the Afton 4th Ward chapel.
A viewing will be held on Monday, June 9, from 6-8 p.m. at Schwab Mortuary and from 10-10:45 a.m. prior to the service at thechurch.
Actual ignition will be dependent on meeting strict parameters for weather and fire behavior conditions. Forest users may experience temporary smoky conditions in the vicinity of the burn unit, along with the possibility of occasional, short-term trail or road closures. Interagency fire managers will attempt to minimize any adverse impacts as the burn proceeds.
8,853 people made their way through the Star Valley Temple on Saturday, September 24 on the opening weekend of the open house for the structure which is the first of its kind in the state of Wyoming.
Anyone with information about the suspect should contact the Pocatello Police Department investigations division at (208) 234-6121.
The cultural celebration will take place in three sessions on October 29 at Star Valley High School. The dedication of the Star Valley Wyoming Temple will take place on October 30.
Among the many dignitaries were the following: Wyoming Secretary of State Edward F. Murray III, State Auditor Cynthia I. Cloud, State Treasurer Mark Gordon and State Superintendent Jillian Balow. Also in attendance were University of Wyoming President Laurie S. Nichols and BYU-Idaho President Clark G. Gilbert.
A junior varsity game between Cody and Star Valley begins at 1:30 p.m. The SVHS Homecoming parade on Afton’s Main St. is scheduled for 2:15. The Bank of Star Valley Tailgate goes from 3-4:30 p.m. at Braves Field. The weather forecast calls for a high of only 43-degrees with a 90-percent chance of rain on Friday afternoon.
The Jackson K-mart seems to have escaped the latest round of closures for the retail chain but stores in Cody and Riverton did not.
There have been statewide threats made against government and public buildings in Wyoming. Local officials say the Star Valley area is “not being treated as an active threat at this time.”
Fire restrictions in Lincoln County have been lifted by the commissioners after the Fire Warden determined that precipitation levels warranted the downgrade.