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Life-sized silhouettes represent lives

Each silhouette represents a life. One that has been lost to domestic violence. Sweetwater County has 11 of those silhouettes, nine woman and two children. These silhouettes are usually put out each...

 

Hospital registered nurse recognized by peers

Mike Hafner, a registered nurse in the ICU at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County, recently was named BRAND Preceptor of the Year by the University of Wyoming Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing. The students – Abbie Hale and Casey Joyner – are s...

 

DAR meeting to take place

The High Desert Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) will host its monthly meeting Saturday, Oct. 21 at the Western Wyoming Community College in room 1006 from 1-3 p.m. Two members from the Jacques...

 

Couple celebrates 55 years

Ed Marx and Corky Trumble Marx of Green River will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary Friday. The couple married Oct. 20, 1962, at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Green River. Ed...

 

Couple to marry in Taiwan

Reed and Gladys Dana of Green River recently announced the engagement and upcoming marriage of their son Johan O. Dana to Charlotte Tung, both of Taipei, Taiwan. The prospective groom is a Green...

 

Card game brings the Halloween spirit

A group of middle-school aged library patrons played a card game Thursday, helping bring the Halloween spirit to the Sweetwater County Library. The patrons played Werewolf, a game that challenges...

 

GR students clean up along highway, in parks

Students from Expedition Academy braved the brisk temperatures Friday morning for their community service projects. Although the sun was out, the wind was cold as the students picked up trash along...

 

Online school works for student and family

For one 10-year-old Green River, completing her schooling online is something that seems to work. Tranquilla Button, a fifth-grade student at Wyoming Connections Academy, started the online program...

 

Library receives book honoring Wyoming Vietnam veterans

Sometimes all one has to do is ask. That’s how all of this started, Doug Uhrig, Wyoming Veterans Commission member and Commissioner for District No. 3, said, as he tapped the card-covered book in...

 

Macrame chairs at center: seniors learn a new art

Each week, seniors gather in the craft room to socialize and work on macrame chairs. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, seniors meet at the Golden Hour Senior Center to work on their macrame chairs....

 
 By David Martin    People    October 4, 2017

DNA test helps man discover siblings

A DNA profile test helped reunite a Green River man with siblings nearly 75 years after his birth. Bill Graham recently met family he had discovered online after taking the DNA test, traveling to...

 

Service leads to world travel 

One Green River resident has decided to experience life on the seas for a while. After graduating in May of 2014, Green River High School student Joshua Shafe decided to join the United States Navy. P...

 

Gorge fishing trip fun for residents

The thrill of catching a fish is fun no matter what age one is. For 16 Mission at Castle Rock and Villa Assisted Living residents, this was something they were able to experience again. For the third...

 

Wolves host homecoming events

Homecoming week is in full swing at Green River High School. Students have hosted a few events throughout the week, supporting the Wolves football team as they take on the Evanston Red Devils at...

 

Angel statue dedication set Oct. 3

Soon, residents grieving the loss of a child will have a place to go. On Oct. 3 at 6 p.m., the Angel of Hope Statue will be dedicated in the Riverview Cemetery. Cristy Price, mother of Maicy Braden,...

 

High school student hosts walk to raise funds

A Green River High School student is trying to raise funds for the victims of Hurricane Harvey and Irma. When Mary Harris saw the devastation the hurricanes caused on the news she felt a need to do so...

 

Songwriter to perform in RS

Since 13, Marc Berger has been playing the guitar. Berger, who resides in New York, has been writing songs and even learned how to sing in order to put out an album called "Ride." "I took some guitar...

 

Kids rewarded for summer reading

With a short performance and a chance to run through an obstacle course, students at Jackson Elementary School had a chance to end the day in a fun way Friday afternoon at the Green River Recreation...

 

Rocking Sweetwater County

A new craze is taking over the county and maybe even the state. No. It's not "Pokeman Go" or geocaching. It's something one must find, yet not even know they are looking for. They'll know it when...

 

No limitations

He was diagnosed at a young age. His mother, Sara Hamilton, noticed when Jimmy was around two years old that he wasn't developing the way he should. "He's my fourth child, so I knew he wasn't meeting...

 

Child's joke published in book

Everyone likes to laugh, but not all jokes are funny. However, one Green River student's joke was so funny it will be published in a joke book. Evan Maser, 9, of Washington Elementary School was one...

 

One piece at a time

It may take him days to complete a 1,000-piece puzzle, but it's something he enjoys. For Roger Stamper, a self-proclaimed staunch Democrat, creating beautiful American-themed puzzles has become a...

 

Halftime show focuses on Hall of Fame inductees

Inductees into the Green River Hall of Fame were honored Friday night during the halftime show at Wolves Stadium. One of the inductees was the 1971 state championship golf team. The team was coached...

 

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