Daggett County Sheriff resigns from office

Daggett County Sheriff Jerry Jorgensen resigned from his post Sunday after an investigation into allegations of prisoner mistreatment at the Daggett County Jail. According to a media release from the Daggett County Sheriff’s Office, Jorgensen’s...

GR man will serve jail time

A man who was accused of sexual intrusion and hitting the victim in the face will serve a year in jail. Austin W. Pacheco, 24, of Green River, recently appeared in the Third District Court of Judge...

Official abstains from vote

A county voucher approved to pay a company owned and operated by a Sweetwater County Commissioner illustrates how a politician’s personal business can get involved with the politician’s public...

Notes from Town Square: Our heritage and the 844

As many people saw (or heard), the Union Pacific’s “Living Legend” 844 steam engine barreled into downtown Green River town once again last Wednesday. Although the 844 has made many appearances in Green River over the years, it always draws a...

Girls breeze past RS

The Green River High School Lady Wolves Soccer team took a bite out of their biggest rivals for another win. On Saturday the Lady Wolves traveled to Rock Springs to take on the Lady Tigers. It was a...

Wolves stay strong at home meet

Nine teams from Southwest Wyoming came to host Green River for competition on the Wolves' home turf. Teams participating came from Rock Springs, Evanston, Lander, Pinedale, Lyman, Big Piney,...

Stoeger signs with LCCC

Green River High School senior Taylor Stoeger has decided to continue playing soccer at the junior college level, recently signing with Laramie County Community College. During a short...

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