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.
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.
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Marie Allred, 60, of Thayne, was transported by ground ambulance to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.
These are just a few of the items you’ll find in the May 4, 2016 print edition of the Star Valley Independent which will include the “Inside Look” 2nd section with detailed stories on health and education. Working in conjunction with Swift 98.7 which launches Wednesday morning and Black Mountain Country (1210 AM) as well as the other branches of SVI Media, a small but dedicated staff is endeavoring to bring you the most information and entertainment possible.
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.
Kerri M. Keller, 45 of Thayne, sustained fatal injuries at the scene north of Cokeville. WHP believes texting may have played a part in the accident.
“You should see things happening on that property sometime close to the first of May.” – Mayor DeLand Lainhart
In the spring of 1996 snow was swirling around a new log cabin bank building on the corner of Washington Street and Fourth Avenue in Afton. It was in that snowy Wyoming high country ...
According to EMT Town Council Liaison Nicole Astle, the change in boards is based on a recommendation from the state.