Green River Star -

City

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 686



 By David Martin    City    January 17, 2018 

City approves grant requests

In an extremely short meeting Tuesday night, the Green River City Council approved several grant requests to fund several needs within the city’s fire department, as well as transportation and swimm...

 
 By David Martin    City    January 17, 2018 

Green River family will appear on 'Family Feud' game show Monday

A Green River family got to experience the excitement of being on a television game show, with the episode airing locally Monday. Mary Williams, along with her sons Stephen and Ryan, daughter Erika...

 

2 GR men sentenced

Editor’s note: Due to the graphic nature of one of these particular cases, as well as a need to protect the victims’ identities, the affidavit information supporting either case will not be...

 

GR Councilman in jail

Editor's note: Due to the graphic nature of these particular cases and a need to protect the victim's identity, even the redacted court documents supporting the charges will not be published. Green...

 
 By David Martin    City    January 10, 2018

Voluntary reductions sought

Sweetwater County School District No. 2 will initiate a voluntary separation program. The district’s board of trustees voted Tuesday night to approve the voluntary separation program after a 24...

 
 By David Martin    City    January 10, 2018

Concert supports veterans

Anyone passing by the American Legion Tom Whitmore Post 28 in Green River Saturday night would have heard the building barely containing the music coming from within. Inside, a packed house listened t...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    City    January 3, 2018

Chamber CEO fired after an executive session meeting

The Green River Chamber of Commerce’s Board Directors fired former CEO Irene Parsons after a closed meeting was hosted to discuss her job performance. The chamber issued a press release stating...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    City    January 3, 2018

Ice accumulation monitored

The Green River has slowly backed up over the last week as ice has hindered the river's flow. Water from the river has risen and froze portions of Riverside Park, as well as submerging sections of...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    City    January 3, 2018

New bar and grill coming to GR

The Green River City Council approved a retail liquor license Tuesday night for a bar and grill set to open in the city in early February. The license is for the Town Bar and Grill, which will be...

 
 By David Martin    City    December 27, 2017

Former cop gets 16-20 years

Jacob Anglesey, once a highly regarded officer with the Green River Police Department, will go to prison. At the end of a two-day sentencing hearing Thursday, Anglesey was sentenced to spend 16-20...

 
 By Staff Report    City    December 27, 2017

GR Chamber CEO position vacated

The Green River Chamber of Commerce had a major change-up in its staff late last week. According to a press release, Irene Parsons, who had worked as CEO of the camber since August, was no longer working at the Chamber as of Dec. 21. Lisa Herrera...

 
 By David Martin    City    December 27, 2017

Green River closes solid waste division, revenue improves

For Green River’s municipal government, 2017 was a year of change and cautious optimism. The biggest change came when the City Council decided to close the solid waste division and contract with...

 

This just in:

Jacob Anglesey, a former Green River Police officer, was sentenced by Third District Court Judge Richard Lavery today and was given a 16-to-20 year prison sentence with credit given for 679 days...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    City    December 20, 2017

City OKs plant design work

Movement toward eventually building a new wastewater treatment plant started Tuesday evening after the Green River City Council approved a proposal by Burns and McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc.,...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    City    December 20, 2017

Tower ordinance approved

An ordinance creating zoning rules for the construction and placement of wireless communications towers passed its final reading before the Green River City Council Tuesday night, with some...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    City    December 20, 2017

Anglesey motion denied

Jacob Anglesey is stuck with his no contest plea to aggravated homicide. Anglesey’s plea, initially entered through a plea agreement with the Sweetwater County Attorney’s Office, dismisses the...

 

Decision on request postponed

Finding a temporary shelter if there is an emergency is hard enough for a family, but what about for those who are dependent on others. At the Sweetwater County Commissioners meeting Thursday, the...

 
 By David Martin    City    December 13, 2017

School boundaries changed

The Sweetwater County School District No. 2 Board of Trustees decided to redraw the district’s elementary school boundaries to place Jackson Elementary School students at Monroe Intermediate School...

 
 By David Martin    City    December 13, 2017

Anglesey wants to withdraw plea

Update: Judge Richard Lavery denied Jacob Anglesey's motion to withdraw his initial no contrast plea to aggravated homicide Friday afternoon. The decision issued by Lavery details his reasoning to...

 

Fire ignites at Red Feather

A chimney fire at the Red Feather Thursday night resulted in a portion of Flaming Gorge Way being closed off as firefighters extinguished the blaze, but resulted in little damage to the restaurant. According to the Green River Police Department, the...

 

Anniversary exhibit on display

The Sweetwater County Historical Museum is pleased to announce an exhibit celebrating its 50th anniversary. Founded in 1967, the museum was originally included in the plans for the new courthouse built that same year and moved into a renovated 1931...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    City    December 6, 2017

Council approves stipends

Employees working for the city of Green River will receive a monetary thank you from the Green River City Council later this month. The council voted unanimously to approve a tiered stipend for...

 

Train derails in GR Monday

On Monday morning, while temperatures were in the 20s, eight cars derailed in the Green River yard. Kristen South, Union Pacific Railroad media relations director for the Wyoming area, said at about...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2017

Rendered 01/23/2018 18:23