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Articles from the March 30, 2016 edition

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Police Reports

Officers provided traffic control for a vehicle that was stuck and was awaiting a tow truck on Wilkes Drive and Evans Street. Officers were dispatched to an alarm on West Teton Boulevard. The property was checked and officers left a message for the...

 

3rd annual Easter egg hunt delights more kids

The candy was plenty and ready as hundreds of kids with their parents descended upon the grassy hillside. There were 7,500 plastic Easter eggs filled with candy, hidden and dispersed throughout...

 

Many attend Friday's Easter Carnival at CRRC

Highway 530 was lined with cars on both sides of it Friday morning as nearby parking lots quickly filled up. All of this unusual traffic was in response to the Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Ce...

 

Senior menus/activities

Golden Hour Senior Center Menu March 31-April 6 Thursday - Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, asparagus tips, fruit, roll, cake Friday - Queso burgers, Spanish rice, carrot coins, cinnamon apple sauce, vanilla ice cream cup Monday -...

 
 By David Martin    City    March 30, 2016

Chief discusses SWAT action

The Green River Police Department has released more details in a SWAT team action that resulted in multiple arrests, but targeted the wrong house. The action was joint operation involving the Wyoming...

 

GR man accused of child abuse

A man accused of injuring his five-year-old stepson claims he is innocent. David C. Drakos, 43, of Green River, appeared in the Third District Court Judge Nena James at an arraignment to a felony...

 
 By David Martin    County    March 30, 2016

Snow storms empty WYDOT budget

A large winter storm passing through the state has resulted in between 1 and 3 inches of snow throughout Wyoming, according to the National Weather Service. The NWS, based in Riverton, said a second...

 
 By Lillian Palmer    City    March 30, 2016

1 saved from garage fire last week

By LILLIAN PALMER Staff Writer The Green River Fire Department extinguished a garage fire last week, which resulted in one person being transported to the hospital. An unidentified man was working in...

 

No rest for the GRHS wrestling team

Green River High School wrestlers are honing their skills in the off season. Nine Wolves who will participate in the upcoming 2016-2017 wrestling season traveled to Denver, competing in the Rocky...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    March 30, 2016

Track team competes in Big Piney meet

Green River placed fourth at the Pete Olson Memorial meet in Big Piney March 24. The team scored 142.5 points, trailing behind Mountain View High School’s 148, Kemmerer High School’s 174.5 and Big Piney High School’s 227. Boys 4X800 Varsity Tim...

 
 By David Martin    Sports    March 30, 2016

Justice center hosts run with area police chiefs

County residents will have a chance to enjoy the spring weather during a run with the area’s chiefs of police. The annual Run with the Chiefs 5K and 10K races will take place in Green River April...

 

Students host carnival

Sixth Grade students at Monroe Intermediate School from Lori Hastert, Joseph Clingenpeel, Scott Taylor, Rachel Conder, Craig Leavitt and Tracy Clement's classes hosted a carnival based upon a supply...

 

Births

Jace Greyson Hill Jeremy and Yurika Hill of Green River recently announced the birth of their son Jace Greyson Hill. He was born March 8, 2016, at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. Stella Jean Doak Sami and Ian Doak of Green River recently...

 

LMS Honor roll

Lincoln Middle School recently released its third-quarter honor rolls. Those making the seventh-grade honor roll are Hailey Allison, Kelsi Angelovich, Jade Arnell, Abbey Atkinson, Emma Baas, Devin Bobbitt, Kaylee Carson, Paxton Castillon, Hayley...

 

Students learn how to research, plan a trip

Paper suitcases were packed full of information and hung on the white board. Each suitcase had a destination on them, places to visit, foods to try and who was going on the trip. Monroe Intermediate S...

 

Barta Gay Andrews

Barta Gay Andrews, 79, passed away Friday March 25 2016 surrounded by her loving family. She was born July 23 1936 in Manilla, Utah daughter of Charles and Wanda Greenhalgh Potter. She was raised and... Full story

 

Luella Tremelling Horne

Luella Tremelling Horne passed away on March 13, 2016 at the Rocky Mount Care Nursing Home in Evanston. Horne was born on April 20, 1920 the daughter of Harry Tremelling and Caroline (Johnston)... Full story

 

Carroll LeRoy Kizzire

Carroll LeRoy Kizzire, 90, of Green River, passed away March 28, 2016 at the Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. A longtime resident of Green River, Kizzire died of natural causes with his... Full story

 

Jeffrey Brian Knott

Jeffrey Brian Knott, 54, of Rock Springs, passed away March 21, 2016 at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. A longtime resident of Rock Springs, Knott had been in ill health for several years. He... Full story

 

Albert "Z" Loisate

Albert "Z" Loisate, 81, of Rock Springs, passed away March 21, 2016 at his home.  He was a lifelong resident of Rock Springs. He was born Nov. 6, 1934 in Rock Springs, the son of the late Angelo and... Full story

 

Guest column: Police chief responds to Star column

(Editor’s Note: This was originally submitted as a letter to the editor, however due to its length and the topics covered, we’re publishing this as a guest column.) By CHRIS STEFFEN Green River Police Chief After reading the article about the...

 

The power of poetry

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” This is one of my favorite lines of poetry. Mary Oliver ends her poem, “The Summer Day,” with this question. The bulk of the poem meditates upon a moment of a...

 

Notes from Town Square: beautification in Green River

A few months ago the ity formed a beautification committee in partnership with Sweetwater County Travel and Tourism. Just this week the Beautification Committee learned that they have been awarded a grant from the Wyoming Department of...

 

Taking care of the nation's elderly may not be a top priority

During a recent visit to Copenhagen, I squeezed in a visit with city officials to learn more about the Danish health system particularly the country’s arrangements for long-term care, a topic that draws endless complaints from American families,...

 

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