Photo: Girl Scout Troop 1127, front left: Riley, Bielle, Madyson. Back, left: Hunter (helper) Lisette, Rachel, Brielle, Kenley and Alice)
Comments will be taken on this subject through September 8, 2017.
Officials from Lincoln County met with the public in Cokeville on Monday evening to discuss flooding in the area. Dan Dockstader spoke with Lincoln County Public Health Director, Patrice Baker, about the potential hazards of excessive spring runoff.
Stations in Thayne and Afton with the road and bridge are available for residents to obtain sand bags.
Charlie Button and Bob Saunders talk about Star Valley Medical Center and how it works with the community.
Declining membership in the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars units are causing concerns as Memorial Day services approach. (SVI file photo)
“We had one the toughest winters we’ve ever had” said Mike Garner. (Independent Photo: Excessive moisture under the road is causing the asphalt in the Snake River Canyon to crack and crumble (March 17, 2017).)
Outgoing Teton County Republican Party Chair John “Tote” Turner passes the gavel to newly elected Chair Paul Vogelheim.
Eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017
School funding has been one of the hot topics for the 2017 Legislative Session with schools facing a $400 million shortfall in each of the next two years.