Snake River tid bits
Snake River region, Wyoming — Little Snake River Valley school classes will begin Monday. Drivers are reminded to watch out for students at school zone crossings and students loading and unloading buses along the highways and county roads.
We’d like to welcome some new members to the schools’ staff: Sherry Adams, principal; Tom Heywood, high school social studies; Jan Darrington, high school English; Jacci Barber, special education aide; Susie Robidoux, computer aide; Debbie Allen, aide; and Chris Seilaff, custodial.
Volleyball and cross country practices began this week for high school athletes and junior high athletes will begin on Monday.
The Little Snake River Valley schools advisory board will hold its first meeting at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at the high school music room. Parents, students and the public are encouraged to attend.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation will issue driver’s licenses and other accomodations from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 2 at either the Little Snake River Valley Library in Baggs or the Port of Entry south of Baggs.
A wedding shower will be held for Brandy Deveraux Saturday at the Baggs Senior Center. Deveraux and Travis Mullins will be united in marriage Sept. 11 at the Ty Kaisler residence followed by a reception at the Dixon Club. Congratulations and best wishes.
LaRaine Murphy, a former resident of Little Snake River Valley visited with friends at the Dixon Senior Center.
4 – Albert Robidoux
5 – Rex Stanley, Vicky Pfenig
6 – Agnes Russell, Mary Waldron
7 – Nonie Montgomery, Tim Baldwin
8 – Meghan O’Toole
9 – Marj Dillon, Brian Sewell, Howard Lee, Shirley Stocks-Galusha
10 – Merla Lehmann
14 – Scott Gallenbeck, Travis Weber, Ira Waldron
16 – Aleasha Dietrich, Tom McKee
17 – Brad Herold, Lloyd Burton
18 – Ray Lloyd, Jason Jones
19 – Donna McKibben
20 – Kris Thomas, Isela Enriquez
21 – Gabriel Danford
23 – Amanda Davis
24 – Agnes Stocks, Ben Updike
25 – Jodi Stanley
26 – Norman Vigil
29 – Albert Wood
30 – Donnie Corson, Jennifer Evans, Shelby Mckee
Amber Weber of Baggs, Miss PRCA Season Finale, was crowned Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2000 at the 1999 Wyoming State Fair. Weber won three of four categories including horsemanship, personality and speech. She is the 19-year-old daughter of Matt and Sherry Weber.
Weber is the first girl from Baggs to ever be chosen for this prestigious title. Since 1956, Carbon County has not had a girl chosen.
Weber recently attended Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs, Wyo. She hopes to continue her education by majoring in journalism and public speaking.
During her reign, Weber will serve as a goodwill ambassador and spokesperson for rodeo and the state of Wyoming.
A coronation will be held Oct. 30 in Baggs at the Little Snake River Events Center. Each year a fund-raiser is held in the queen’s hometown to help raise funds for her reign and to celebrate the tradition of Miss Rodeo Wyoming. The coronation will include a live and silent auction, dinner, entertainment and barn dance. Kelli Tysdal, Miss Rodeo Wyoming 1999 from Newcastle will assist with the coronation.
“It is such an honor to have this opportunity,” Weber said. “I’ve dreamed of this for a long time and I am proud to be able to promote high moral standards and old-fashioned values that rodeo and agriculture carry and that are so much a part of my life.”
The Steamboat Springs City Council voted, 4-3, to ban disposable plastic bags at Steamboat’s largest grocery stores.