Your kids can keep learning, even when school’s out. Here are some entertaining and educational books your kids can read this summer.
With a total solar eclipse cutting a swath across Wyoming and potentially drawing hundreds of thousands of tourists, LCSD #2 has determined that the district will begin their school year one day later this Fall on August 22.
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Heiner, who is originally from Star Valley, received his bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2014 and then came to UW to pursue graduate studies. (Photo: UW graduate student Josh Heiner, here with wife Debra Lynne and son Pierre, is in New Zealand this summer as part of a National Science Foundation fellowship studying a new approach to quantum mechanics. (Josh Heiner Photo)
The University of Wyoming is cutting back staff this summer in the face of dwindling revenues from natural resources.
Paul Schwab is one of two Wyoming natives to be placed on scholarship for the upcoming school year. The Wyoming Cowboys open their 2017 campaign on the road against the Iowa Hawkeyes. (Photo: Schwab, far left, received starter reps during Spring Ball and is currently listed as the #2 left tackle for the UW football team. Photo provided by UW Athletics)
It is the largest class in the history of Swift Creek High School with 23 graduates. The evening starts at 7 p.m. at the Afton Civic Center.
Congratulations to the Cokeville High School Class of 2017. Watch the graduation exercises here. They are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.
Photo: Lecturer Heather Bender speaks to elementary school students during a summer art camp at the University of Wyoming Art Museum. (UW Photo)
The Class of 2017 Graduation for Star Valley High School is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.