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The Mayor's challenge of picking a quilt

As he looks through the quilts, he’s just waiting to see the one that speaks to him the most. He’s not looking closely at the stitching, the pattern chosen, but the overall appearance of the...

 

Couple celebrates 50 years of marriage

Cheryl and Dean Stover of Green River are celebrating their 50th anniversary with an open house at the Golden Hour Senior Center game room June 9 from 1-4 p.m. The Stovers were married June 8, 1968,...

 

Quilting on the Green Results

National Association of Certified Quilt Judges Award Carol Wagner, "Sisters" Best of Show Kelly Battisti, "The Teal-Green House Effect" Mayor's Choice Shelley Rowland, "Twist the Night Away" Viewer's...

 

Summer reading program starts

It’s time to sign up for the Sweetwater County Library System’s summer reading program. Officially, adults and children could stay sign up for the summer reading programs Tuesday, but they may...

 

School's out for summer

With all of the schools in the county finishing this week, the parks and playgrounds were filled with children. On Friday children could be seen playing on a variety of parks including the skate...

 

Tile game challenges GR seniors

During a friendly game of Mahjong, seniors found out that they didn't need to worry so much about other players as they did the game itself. On Friday, four seniors were trying their luck at Mahjong...

 
 By David Martin    People    May 23, 2018

Kids learn about county history

Students from throughout Sweetwater County came to the Sweetwater County Historical Museum to learn about the county's past The museum hosted its annual history fair last week and along with a tour...

 

Garage sale to help fund trip

It’s an honor for those who qualified to attend the National Speech and Debate Association’s National Tournament, but now’s the time to find the funding to pay for it. Thirteen students from...

 

A memorable trip to Washington D.C.

Green River students competing in the national We the People competition took second in the Midwest Regional category and 30th in the nation. At the end of April, Green River High School students...

 
 By Staff Report    People    May 23, 2018

Hall of famers announced

Green River High School’s 2018 hall of fame inductees include a World War II airman, a professor of engineering from the University of Wyoming, a doctor and two girl’s basketball teams. Athletics Director Tony Beardsley announced the inductees...

 

Project reveals students' past

A fifth-grade assignment led children to find out about their family's past and share what they learned with their classmates. Two fifth-grade teachers at Monroe Intermediate School, Genny Luckau and...

 

Mother's Day tea well attended

The senior center dining room was packed with mothers, grandmothers, fathers and grandfathers all celebrating Mother's Day with a special tea luncheon. On Friday, the Golden Hour Senior Center hosted... Full story

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    People    May 9, 2018

Learning the basics

For many, spring is synonymous with baseball. Throughout Green River, people can see children and teens practicing and playing the sport at almost any park with a ball field. Some of the youngest...

 

Game turns into a competition

With two $25 Visa gift cards on the line, a game of UNO seemed to become a little more competitive. At the Golden Hour Senior Center on Friday, activities and marketing coordinator Irish Kreis had a...

 

Queen for a day

Over the last 100 years, Lillian Sanders has seen a lot of changes. On May 3, Sanders turned 100 and she celebrated it on Saturday with a small party at Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center. S...

 

Arbor Day celebration set for Saturday

For the city’s 35th year of being designated Tree City USA, the city is hosting a special Arbor Day event. Doug Stewart, Green River parks facility and project manager, said just like previous years...

 

Young authors receive state awards

Six Sweetwater County students were honored when they learned they had placed at the Wyoming Young Authors Competition. The county students receiving the awards were told by their schools after both...

 

Writers conference in Dubois

This year’s Wyoming Writers Conference will take place in Dubois June 1-3 and a lot of talented guest author’s are scheduled to attend. New York Times best selling author William Kent Krueger will give the keynote address at the 44th Annual Wyomi...

 
 By David Martin    People    May 2, 2018

Spring tennis wraps up

While much of the excitement surrounding spring sports in Green River focuses on soccer and outdoor track, the Green River High School tennis team also had their chance to shine during the season....

 

Residents asked to help pet owners

The community is being asked to help seniors care for their pets by purchasing items for them. Monday, the Care for Critters pet care drive kicked off in both Green River and Rock Springs. Even...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    People    April 25, 2018

Learning America's game

Anyone driving along Shoshone Avenue, behind Lincoln Middle School, would have seen the appreciation of a sport being passed along to a new generation. On a breezy Monday evening, a group of children...

 

Funding needed to pursue a dream

The dream of having a true Broadway experience may just come true for one Green River student. Sandra Figenser, a Green River High School freshman, was attending state drama at the end of November at...

 

Green River distinguished citizen announced

Local radio personality Steve Core was named Green River's Distinguished Citizen of the Year. Core, who's best known as "the voice of the Wolves," after announcing Wolves games for 32 years, was surpr...

 

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