Wyoming is ranked near the bottom of the 50 states in broadband internet coverage according to research published by Broadband Now. The Cowboy State is the 44th most connected state with 25% of the ...
The Wyoming Highway Patrol released information today regarding a fatal accident near Thayne. According to WHP, the accident occurred Sunday, March 26th at 9:52 p.m. on US Highway 89 at mile post 97, approximately three ...
“We hope to have people come forward and be willing to be involved to keep this going for next year. But with only a few weeks between now and the first weekend in February at this point we are going to cancel the 2017 event.” – Thayne Town Councilman Lorell Wooley (Photo: The Fire & Ice Show during the 2010 Thayne Snow Days (Independent Photo)
Officials are advising traffic to use caution nearly mile marker 101 near Thayne.
Barbara Redder, Governor of Rotary District 5440, will speak on October 4, 2016 at the regular meeting of the Rotary Club of Star Valley at 12:00 noon in the Thayne Community Center, 250 ...
(Photo) – The Star Valley Medical Center presented the Thayne Volunteer Fire Department with an $11,000 check on Wednesday, July 27, to be used toward the purchase of Jaws of Life equipment. Pictured are Joel Johnson and Charlie Button of SVMC and Lance Skinner, Toby Merritt and DeLane Skinner of the Thayne Volunteer Fire Dept.
“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