“All of the money raised goes to support our library with things like performers for our children’s events, summer reading prizes and snacks for our kids’ programs.” – Wendi Walton, Alpine Librarian
Two homes in the Alpine area will be built in conjunction with the Habitat For Humanity. Kendra Heimbuck detailed how area residents can get involved or apply for the homes.
Here are a few of the things to look for in the June 22, 2016 print edition of the Star Valley Independent which hits news racks, mailboxes and post office boxes Wednesday morning.
Alpine will host the 28th annual Mountains Days this weekend. The event is an eclectic mix of old and new. “Mountain Days is something that brings people to our community and helps them really ...
The Town of Alpine will receive more than $1.5 million to extend and upgrade existing road and installation of an 8-inch water main.
The triathlon includes a 600-meter swim in the Snake River, a 17K cycle ride east in the Alpine foothills and a 7K trail and road race up Greys River Canyon and then back into Alpine, with the finish line next to the Alpine Civic Center.
Wade Richard Farrow was taken into custody without incident as a suspect in the murder of Tony Hansen. The case was originally scheduled for June 30, 2015. A joint motion to vacate the scheduling order was filed and granted as well as an illness of the defense counsel. The trial will finally begin on Monday, September 26, 2016.
The Etna Republican represents the Lincoln County precincts of Star Valley Ranch, Etna/Freedom and Alpine. House District 22 also includes portions of Teton County and a section of Sublette County.
For more information, or to learn more about how to volunteer as part of the trails program, contact Sid Woods at 886-5327, or [email protected]
“We appreciate all of the work that has been done to get the grant application prepared and presented to the state. We appreciate the Wyoming Business Council and SLIB for making these kinds of programs available to towns in order to enhance and increase economic development opportunities. Right now we are regrouping and looking at where we go from here and what our funding options are.” – Alpine Mayor Kennis Lutz