New chamber CEO hired

A new CEO for the Green River Chamber of Commerce will start working Monday according to a media release from the chamber. Irene Parsons was recently hired to replace Rebecca Eusek, who left the position for a job with the Wyoming Business Council....

Hazy skies raise health concerns

Hazy skies have become a common sight throughout Southwestern Wyoming as smoke from numerous fires in the western United States and Canada comes through the area. The smoke has resulted in healthcare ...

Letter: Seeking an end to money in politics

Dear Editor, Money’s dominance over politics is the number one problem our nation faces. It is a growing crisis that prevents us from tackling anything else. We have now reached a stunning point: Either we are a country that makes decisions based...

Lessons learned at Calif. Little League tournament

While the trip to San Jose, Calif., to compete at the Junior League Baseball West Regional Tournament ended with a 0-3 record, the Green River team and its coaches learned valuable lessons that could ...

Bitter Sweet Bombshells prep for 2nd home bout

The Bitter Sweet Bombshells Sweetwater County’s first and only roller derby team will host a roller derby “Tiki Takedown” against Gillette’s Roller Derby team the Coal Miner’s daughters. The bout will take place at the Rock Springs...

Angel statue to help bring peace

Having a place to grieve the loss of a child is something a parent felt the Riverview Cemetery needed. Cristy Price of Green River knows all to well how difficult the grieving process can be. Price, the mother of Maicy Braden, 17, who died Oct. 3,...

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