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 By David Martin    City    May 24, 2017 

Slain cop named in hall-of-fame

A police officer slain during a 2014 attack in Las Vegas will be inducted into the Green River High School Hall of Fame. Alyn Beck, a 1991 graduate of Green River High School, was posthumously...

 By David Martin    City    May 24, 2017 

Ambulance station named for EMT

Castle Rock Ambulance Service will recognize the contributions of a longtime EMT by naming its ambulance station. During a ceremony Tuesday evening, Ambulance Director John Taylor said the station...

 By David Martin    City    May 24, 2017 

Teacher hopes students will work to improve daily

Green River High School art teacher Shane Steiss told graduates Monday night about one of the key principles for self improvement he uses in both his personal and professional lives. Chosen to address...

 By Stephanie Thompson    City    May 24, 2017 

GR man will serve prison time

A Green River man who admitted to shooting another man will serve at least three years in prison. Ted G. Kalivas, 59, appeared in the Third District Court of Judge Richard Lavery at an sentencing...

 By David Martin    City    May 17, 2017

Lincoln tract C off the table

The Green River City Council decided to keep tract C of the Lincoln High School properties, keeping hope alive the city will transform the land into a park. Previously, discussion about vacating the...

 By David Martin    City    May 17, 2017

Students tasked with thinking like computer scientists

Local teachers aim to inspire their students to think about careers in the computer science field worked with students at Monroe Intermediate School during a special Tuesday night program. Tracy...

 By David Martin    City    May 10, 2017

Plans for Taco Bell reviewed

¡Yo quiero Taco Bell! Green River residents may get the chance to quote the Taco Bell Chihuahua soon as plans for the restaurant have been submitted to the city’s community development office. The...


Water project impacts trees

It may have been a while since plans were formed to put in a new water line from Green River to Rock Springs, but the project is now underway. With construction starting, residents on Railroad...

 By Staff Report    City    May 10, 2017

Person harms self at District Court hearing

An unidentified inmate of the Sweetwater County Detention Center attempted to harm himself during a court hearing in Green River Friday morning. According to a media release from the sheriff’s office, the incident occurred in Judge Nena James’... Full story

 By David Martin    City    May 3, 2017

Council talks private trash

A presentation given to the Green River City Council Tuesday night will have to be investigated further before the Council can act, according to Mayor Pete Rust. The Council discussed privatizing...

 By David Martin    City    May 3, 2017

Suspicious envelope reported at post office

A suspicious man sending an envelope at the Green River Post Office resulted in a response from the county’s bomb squad Monday night. According to a release from the Green River Police Department,...

 By David Martin    City    April 26, 2017

Tax payoff date extended

It isn’t a secret that sales tax revenues in Sweetwater County have continually declined during the past few years. Both the Green River and Rock Springs municipal governments have had to cut their...


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...

 By David Martin    City    April 26, 2017

Hospital district in good fiscal health

Castle Rock Hospital District’s financial health continues to improve, with the district $150,000 higher than it was at this time last year. “We’re doing well by any measure,” Chief Financial...

 By David Martin    City    April 19, 2017

Lincoln tracts hearing set

The two remaining tracts of land where old Lincoln High School was once located will be the subject of a public hearing May 16. Tuesday night, the city Council approved a request to host a public...

 By David Martin    City    April 19, 2017

Woman accused of cutting ear

An Idaho woman is accused of slicing a man’s ear with a knife during an altercation in Green River over the weekend. Lexie Coziah, 57, of Lewisville, Idaho, was arrested and charged with aggravated...

 By David Martin    City    April 12, 2017

Scams circulate in GR

For Bonnie Pope, the red flags went up as soon as she noticed the call came from Jamaica. The Green River resident received a phone call Thursday from a man claiming he was with Publishers Clearing Ho...

 By David Martin    City    April 12, 2017

Senator believes education bills were not cost-based

Speaking to a small group of people Thursday night, Sen. John Hastert, Minority Whip for the Wyoming Senate, said the past legislative session didn’t result in cost-based cuts to education....

 By David Martin    City    April 12, 2017

School board approves $1.6 million budget cuts, legal action resolution

In an effort to cut $1.6 million from its budget, the Sweetwater County School District No. 2 Board of Trustees approved recommendations that would reduce the district’s workforce as well as cut...


Man pleads not guilty to charges

A man accused of driving through a home with his vehicle and killing two people inside pleaded not guilty to three felonies. George Maestas, 68, of Green River, recently appeared in the Third...

 By David Martin    City    April 5, 2017

Tomahawk Building sold

The Tomahawk building is under new ownership. Friday, Green River Futures sold the building to Green River Opportunities Wyoming (GRoWYO), a limited liability company formed by a group of investors... Full story


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