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Articles from the September 23, 2015 edition

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Man pleads not guilty to abuse

A man accused of physical elder abuse against his uncle pleaded not guilty to three felony charges. Kevin Andrew McCarrie, 38, of Green River appeared in the Third District Court of Judge Nena James a...

 

Vehicle fire under investigation

The Green River Fire Department responded to an unoccupied vehicle on fire near Wild Horse Canyon Monday evening. The department was called to the scene at about 4:30 p.m., according to Assistant Fire...

 

Council hears depot options

The UP Depot continues to generate discussion amongst the Green River City Council. Tuesday night, Misty Springer, the city’s grant’s administrator and public relations specialist discussed the...

 

Drill focuses on nuclear transport

Local officials got a chance to see how a railway incident involving spent nuclear fuel would be handled last week. Thursday, officials gathered in Granger to witness a derailment drill involving a se...

 

Water lift station to lead business growth

Green River may see a chance for future growth with help from water and the Wyoming Business Council. Water has a lot to do with a grant the city of Green River is applying for from the Wyoming...

 

Our View: Plan should address ravens

No doubt a wide swath of Wyoming’s residents breathed a collective sigh of relief Tuesday when sage grouse was officially excluded from the Endangered Species List. People ranging from Wyoming Governor Matt Mead to workers in the oil and gas indust...

 

Fall arrives at libraries

Fall is here! Has anyone else noticed that we are more than halfway through September? How did that happen? Starbucks has been selling Pumpkin Spice lattes for three weeks. I am sad to see summer go, as I am every year, but autumn always brings much...

 

Notes from Town Square: Bringing art to the city

The leaves are starting to change colors, school has been in session for most local kids for well over a month now, the holiday season is just around the corner, and Art on the Green is well behind us. Painting with a Twist will be back once again...

 

I salute to you, pioneers of women

Monday night, I went to the video and discussion event, “Century of Women,” at Western Wyoming Community College. The video titled “Image and Popular Culture” was the last installment of a...

 

Medical errors can cause large bills for victims

Last winter Tammy Fogall, a reader in Colorado, told me about her family’s “troubled summer vacation,” as she called it. A visit to relatives in Ohio had turned into a medical nightmare that left the family struggling with a $12,000 bill plus...

 

Bonfire lights up the night

While a number of homecoming events change with each new class at Green River High School, one event that remains is the annual homecoming bonfire. Each year, students gather at the GRHS parking lot...

 

Monday evening safety conference set

The parking lot was packed at the Golden Hour Senior Center for it Caregiver Conference, which took place last Thursday. About 170 community members enjoyed a $2 chicken fried steak dinner, which was...

 

GR 1979, 1980 reunion hosts river duck race

During the recent Green River High School Class Reunion for the classes of 1979 and 1980, members of Boy Scout Troop 719 could be found splashing about in the Green River, nets in hand, making sure...

 

Boys tennis seeded 1st at Regionals

The Green River High School Varsity Boys’ Tennis Team came away from this weekend’s conference matches with high rankings, earning number two and three doubles teams to be seeded at number one...

 

Green River trip very informative

Hearing stories about the past is one thing, but to actually have a chance to see some artifacts from the past gives one a whole new perspective. This was true for Deer Trail Assisted Living...

 
 By d    Sports    September 23, 2015

Volleyball team defeats Natrona, Kelly Walsh

Green River High School’s varsity volleyball team is on a roll after defeating both Kelly Walsh and Natrona County High School last week. The Lady Wolves won both matches in four sets. Against Natrona, the Lady Wolves won their first set against...

 

Lady Wolves win swim invite, qualify swimmer for state

The Green River High School Girls Swimming Team continues to improve its times in the pool, head coach Coleen Seiloff said. The team has qualified one new swimmer for the state competition in...

 

Wolves fall to Torrington

Despite tough play on both sides of the ball, the Wolves (1-2) fell to the Torrington Trailblazers 21-31 at the end of Friday night's homecoming football game. At the start of the game, the Wolves'...

 

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