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.
The future surgeon left the instructor’s office with his sights on medical school. Today, Dr. Stucki treats some of the same types of traumatic injuries he saw that day almost 26 years ago on the family farm in Ririe, Idaho. (Photo: Dr. Kevin and Brooke Stucki and their family, Kabrina, Austin, Weston and Michelle, will become part of the Star Valley Medical Center Family on July 1, when Dr. Stucki begins working at Salt River Orthopedics.)
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.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend the Etna-North Project open house which will take place at the Star Valley Community Center in Etna on Thursday, October 29 from 5-7p.m.
There have now been seven accidents on U.S. Highway 89 in the Star Valley area since May 8. Law enforcement officials and medical professionals are asking for more caution in travel and recreational decisions. (SVI Media Photo by Josh Henderson)
Thefts of gasoline, diesel and firewood have been reported recently.
Traffic can be very heavy on much of the two-lane road on U.S. 89 through Star Valley during the summer months. The Wyoming Department of Transportation would like to meet with residents for their input on future projects.
Road construction will continue on many routes in Star Valley this summer including what may turn into congested work under Afton’s historic Elkhorn Arch.
Linda Taylor’s quilt, “Greg’s Song” is one of 405 that will be showcased in an international competition.
Joe B. Conger of Etna has been convicted of shooting a bear without a license and was sentenced to a fine of $2,500 and one year unsupervised probation.