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Protect and Prepare Your Family and Community

◆ With the Community and Emergency Response Team training, you’ll have valuable skills to act in an emergency. Life would be much better if we could avoid emergencies and natural disasters altogether. Unfortunately, we can’t, especially in unexpected instances. It’s important to be prepared and have the skills necessary to be a strong asset to your family and community when emergencies inevitably happen.
AFTON, WY
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Governor talks healthcare, education, taxes in Star Valley

◆ Mark Gordon discusses local and state issues. Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon visited Star Valley on Monday, May 24, making stops at Star Valley Health in Afton and Alpine, Star Valley High School, the Afton Armory and meeting with members of the Wyoming and Star Valley Arts Councils. During his tour, SVI Media sat down with Governor Gordon to discuss his visit and current issues facing the state.
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Afton announces fundraising plans to improve Star Hill

The Town of Afton has announced a fundraising campaign with the hopes of improving the historic star on the hillside at the mouth of Swift Creek Canyon. The town said the new Star project should be completed by early summer 2023 and will consist of a fabricated steel structure equipped with color changing LED lights, a live view camera overlooking Afton and underground power. The twelve-month project plan will kick off with a fundraising campaign in June 2022 and wrap up with a celebration to the honor the past and welcome the future.
AFTON, WY
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Montpelier City Council Minutes, May 4

Councilmember Quin Pope moved to approve and pay bills in the amount of $69,876.95 with $27,415.34 being payroll and $42,461.61 being miscellaneous bills. Councilmember Dan Fisher seconded. The voting was unanimous in the affirmative. Industrial Park Lease. Devaun Crane and Troy Nielsen were present to discuss leasing a plat of...
MONTPELIER, ID
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Thayne man pleads not guilty on felony pot charges

SUBLETTE COUNTY – A man stopped for speeding 80 miles an hour in a 65-mph zone pleaded not guilty to a felony drug charge and misdemeanors at his May 19 arraignment in 9th District Court. Charles E. Berner, of Thayne, was driving north on Highway 191 on March 28...
THAYNE, WY
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Watch Live: Afton Elementary 2nd Grade Play “Over the Bridge”

Afton Elementary School’s 2nd Grade is pleased to perform the play “Over the Bridge.” Both sessions of the performance will be streamed live in the player below. Special thanks to SVI Media and the SVHS Broadcast Club for making the broadcast possible. 12:45: Mrs. Erickson, Mrs. Frome,...
AFTON, WY
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Barbara Ann (Jensen) Pike

Barbara Ann (Jensen) Pike 7/18/1938 - 5/18/2022 Barbara Ann Jensen Pike passed away peacefully on May 18th, 2022 at Cache Valley Assisted Living in Providence, Utah. Barbara was born July 18th, 1938 in Montpelier, ID to Clifford Ray Jensen and Alice Caroline Gardner Jensen. Mom attended school in Montpelier, ID....
PROVIDENCE, UT
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Latter-day Saint leaders select site for Montpelier temple

SALT LAKE CITY – The location for a new temple in Montpelier has been identified. The two-story, 27,000-square-foot temple will be built on a 2.6-acre site at the intersection of Washington and Sixth North, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Friday. A map showing the location...
MONTPELIER, ID
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Site of Montpelier Temple officially announced

MONTPELIER, Idaho, (KIFI/KXPI) – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has officially confirmed the location of the Montpelier Idaho Temple, less than seven weeks after the new temple was announced by President Russell M. Nelson. The temple will be built on 2.6-acres at the intersection of Washington...
MONTPELIER, ID
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