Rondo Jack (R.J.) Biggs was found dead in his dorm room at Sheridan College on Monday afternoon, May 2. The Sheridan Press has reported that no “physical findings” resulted from an autopsy performed by the Sheridan County Coroner’s Office.
Are you feeling a little bit country? Or a little bit rock-n-roll? SVI Media has you covered not only on Swift 98.7 FM and Black Mountain Country 1210 AM, but you can download the App by searching for SVI Radio for your Apple or Android device. It’s free and it will allow you to listen anywhere. Or you can just click the logos in the upper right-hand corner of svinews.com.
Workshops in Cokeville and in other areas around Lincoln County will aid land owners in their battle with ground squirrels and other pests.
Michael Larson, 60, was sentenced to 365 days in jail with credit for three days served. Circuit Judge Robert Denhardt suspended 302 days, leaving 57 days remaining.
Lundholm was in possession of a hypodermic needle, a baggie containing suspected methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and a black tar substance consistent with Heroin, and Morphine Sulphate pills, a Schedule II controlled substance. Lundholm was taken to the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center for evaluation and was then transported to the Bonneville County Jail.
Statistics released for spring semester 2016 show a total campus enrollment of 14,694 students, which is nearly a thousand more students compared to 2015’s enrollment of 13,742, according to a BYU-Idaho news release. (Photo courtesy of BYU-Idaho)
Poe bought her ticket in early April. She had to wait until she had a day off and the Lottery offices were open before she could make the three hour drive to Boise to claim her prize.
Eugene R. Denton, 44, of Bingham County was arrested and transported to the Bingham County Courthouse for questioning.
“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
Occupational therapist Billy Kennington spoke with SVI Media’s Dan Dockstader.
SVMC’s Troy Bailey would like valley residents to examine their cooking and eating habits in March. Read the story or listen to an interview between Bailey and SVI’s Dan Dockstader.
(Featured Photo) – Star Valley Medical Center Foundation Director Joel Johnson visits with Ernie and Sharon LaMiller at the hospital’s surgery center open house Friday night. The open house continues Saturday, March 19, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
The SVMC Sleep Center has been operating since 2007.
To submit information for the LCSD No. 2 Calendar, send an email to Dan Dockstader at [email protected]
Arch Coal cut 230 workers in Wyoming on Thursday, March 31, most of them at its Black Thunder mine in the southern Powder River Basin. Peabody Energy laid off 235 miners at its Wyoming operations on the same day. (Photo used with permission – Dustin Bleizeffer/WyoFile)
“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
“We feel very fortunate today, What’s most important is that the child was located and this story has a happy ending. We have some work to do to make sure we don’t have any stories that don’t end happy.” – District Safety Director John Pymm A Bonneville Joint School District 93 school bus. | Photo by Stephan Rockefeller, EastIdahoNews.com
The Star Valley High School soccer teams have a chance to earn some respect as they will face the top two ranked teams in Wyoming 3A this weekend. (Independent Photo by Dan Dockstader)
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.
Field events are scheduled to begin at 12:30 p.m. with running events scheduled to begin at 1 p.m.
The girls varsity match is scheduled for 3 p.m. and the boys varsity match is scheduled for 5 p.m.
A very generous group of Star Valley residents raised funds for area families with the #StayStrong fundraiser on Monday night.
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