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Sweatheart dance well attended

City to hire new admin Tuesday

The city officially hired a new city prosecutor Tuesday night and looks to hire a new city administrator next week. Prior to hearing a presentation by the Flaming Gorge Days Committee, the council met in an special session to approve Bobby Pineda...

Discrimination bill dies

A bill aiming to provide protection to homosexuals and transgender people against discrimination in Wyoming failed in the house Tuesday, following what Rep. Stan Blake, D-Green River, called a close vote. Blake said Rep. Mike Madden, R-Buffalo,...

Our View: Focus should be on U.S.

Following up on an earlier threat to veto it, President Barack Obama officially vetoed a bill approving construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline Tuesday. While many residents are probably fuming at the news, we have to say we agree with Obama’s...

Givens shines at Simplot

Competing at the nation’s premier high school indoor track meet, Green River junior Josie Givens showed that she is not only one of the best runners in the state of Wyoming, but that she belongs with some of the best in the Western United States....

Green River track fares well

The Green River High School indoor track team faced off against some strong competition last week at the annual Simplot Games in Pocatello, Idaho. Wolves head coach Steve Boyd was pleased with the way his team performed at what is considered the...

Nine swimmers headed to state meet

A total of nine Green River athletes will look to shine this week at the Wyoming 4A State Swimming and Diving Championships in Gillette. Individually four Wolf swimmers qualified for state. Paul Wright, Brendan Bloomquist, Ethan Moffatt and Paul...

Sweatheart dance well attended

After a nice dinner, those attending the Golden Hour Senior Center's Sweetheart Ball made their way to the dance floor. As some were dancing to oldies played by "The Late Boomers" of Evanston, others ...

 
 
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