News from Thayne, Wyoming
“Once the subdivision takes place there will be three commercial lots available on the property.” – Robert Hood, Sunrise Engineering.
An open house to discuss options for handling increased traffic on U.S. 89 between Thayne and Etna will take place on Thursday, July 28. (Photo: This motorcycle accident is one of more than a half-dozen incidents that took place on U.S. 89 between Thayne and Alpine in 2015.
Various activities will take place from Saturday, July 2, through Monday, July 4 across the length of the valley from Alpine to Afton.
“As he delivers meals, he asks every senior if there is anything they need. He has been known to shovel walks, hang pictures, go to the post office, and many other things that are too difficult for the seniors we serve to manage on their own. All of the seniors appreciate all the service Steve performs.” – Melinda Pebbles
“While the county does not intend to cease budgeting funds from tax revenue, the downturn in the market for oil, gas and coal requires that rates for disposal increase.” – Mary Crosby, Lincoln County Solid Waste Director
A 12-person jury ruled in favor of the Town of Thayne recently. The Plaintiffs in the case have 30 days to file an appeal.
Marie Allred, 60, of Thayne, was transported by ground ambulance to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.
Crews will begin paving operations in the town of Thayne the first week of May. Residents and motorists in the Thayne area can expect to see periodic lane closures and potential delays. Drivers are advised to plan accordingly.