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Kids enjoy learning about birds

Jackson Elementary School students laughed, exclaimed and just sat there with their mouths wide open when they learned some interesting bird facts. Last Wednesday, two employees from Scales and Tails...

 

Kids given hats senior citizens made

Children will have nice, warm hats to wear this winter thanks to a group of senior citizens. Last Wednesday, seniors representing Golden Hour Senior Center stopped by the Sweetwater County Child Devel...

 
 By David Martin    People    January 17, 2018 

Students move on to county spelling bee

Students at Monroe Intermediate School competed with one another to determine who the best spellers were at the school last week. The school hosted its annual spelling bee Thursday, featuring students...

 

GR speech team comes out on top again

Even though the speech team hadn’t competed in about a month, it was able to come home with another first-place finish. This weekend, the Green River High School Speech and Debate team traveled to C...

 

Marine Corps League donates to 2 organizations

Members of the Lance Corporal Chance Phelps Detachment, Marine Corps League of Wyoming, recently made two charitable donations from funds raised during its annual Marine Corps Birthday Ball, which took place in November. The money was raised through...

 

Regional science fair to take place

Western Wyoming Community College is pleased to invite residents to the 2018 Southwest Regional Science Fair, Thursday, Jan, 25. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) students, in grades sixth through 12th, who entered will show their...

 

GR author receives another award

A Green River author who was once again recognized for her writing was delighted by the news of her award. Christine Alethea Williams, who's pen name is Alethea Williams, the author of "Nààpiikoan...

 

Former GR student advances in medical program

Nineteen medical students from across Wyoming, attending the University of Washington School of Medicine at the University of Wyoming, are moving on to the clinical phase of their education. Among those students is JayCee Mikesell, a second-year med...

 

Retirement party set for bank employee

A 19-year employee with U.S. Bank will be honored Saturday, Jan. 13, by U.S. Bank for her many years of service to the Green River community. “We are grateful to Carol Stoeger for her many years of service to U.S. Bank,” Angela Shutran, at U.S....

 

Artist displays recent work

New art work by local artist David von Metz is on display at the Community Fine Arts Center now through Feb. 3. The public is invited to a reception for the artist Saturday, Jan. 13, from 2-4 p.m. Metz has been a Rock Springs resident for 25 years...

 

Living with diabetes class set

Living with diabetes can be hard, and if left unmanaged, can lead to many other health problems. Learn ways to manage diabetes and stay healthy during the Diabetic Empowerment Education Program beginning Jan. 9. The free classes will be offered from...

 

Children receive haircuts

Head Start recently had professional stylists stop by the facility and offer free haircuts and styles for Head Start attendees and their siblings. On Thursday, Dec. 14 professional hair stylists...

 

GR speech team: coach honored

The Green River Speech and Debate Team is well-known throughout the state as being the group to beat, and now they are getting national attention too. Recently, head coach Carina White was notified...

 

GR residents received food through holidays

Thanks to community members, residents at Mansface Terrace were eating better over the holiday season. Mansface Terrace service coordinator Sarah Hymas said for the past few years, a pantry filled...

 

Fun had by GR children in 2017

The beginning of 2017 came with cold and snow, but that didn't stop Green River children from having fun. In January, students in Sweetwater County were enjoying going back to school after Christmas...

 

Seniors enjoy 2017, look forward to 2018

Green River seniors kicked off 2017 early last year with an exciting party and from that point on they experienced a lot of fun events. After ringing in the New Year, seniors at the Golden Hour...

 

Much was accomplished in 2017

In February, Green River residents were asked to support the Green River High School for its annual blood drive. Community members and adults alike waited patiently for their turn to donate. Last...

 

GR students recognized at state

Green River drama students received All-state honors, multiple honorable mentions and some were offered scholarships at the State Drama competition in CAsper. On Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 35 Green River High...

 

Speech and debate team takes 2nd in Cheyenne

The Green River High School Speech and Debate team grabbed second place this weekend. The team traveled to Cheyenne to attend the Cheyenne East Holiday Classic Speech and Debate Tournament. Twenty...

 

Varsity debaters host tournament

The Green River speech and debate novice team gained competition experience, while varsity learned how to host a tournament. The Green River High School Speech and Debate varsity team had a break from...

 

Virtual academy works for one Green River student

The virtual academy online school is allowing one junior to move at his pace and compete in martial arts. For Green River resident Timothy Radosevich, a traditional school setting wasn't going to...

 

Christmas story told in figurines

For Christians, nothing symbolizes to the true meaning of Christmas more than a nativity scene. Knowing this, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and parish council member, Dick Fischer, wanted to b...

 

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