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Wildcard given to GR civics group

Students in the high school’s “We the People” program are trying to raise enough money to pay for a trip to Washington D.C., to compete on a national level. Erin Freeman, Green River High...

 

Seventeen picked for Green River state team

With the regular season behind them, the Green River High School Speech and Debate team will set its sights on state. This weekend, 17 students representing the GRHS Speech and Debate team will attend...

 

Speech and debate team takes 1st place at two meets

In a dominant fashion, the Green River High School Speech and Debate Team came home with two first-place trophies. The team recently traveled to Greybull and Worland to compete in a couple of smaller...

 

GR young authors receive awards

Several hundred Green River students submitted stories and poems in this year’s Young Authors Awards Competition. Fredrick Schwartz, Sweetwater County School District No. 2’s Young Authors...

 

Zumba Gold class keeps growing

Clapping and laughter filled the air as seniors moved along to the music. The Golden Hour Senior Center's Zumba Gold class continues to grow the longer it runs. At first, a small group would faithfull...

 

GRHS tennis players teach the game

The high school tennis season consists of a few weeks at the beginning of the school year, wrapping up at the end of September. However, for Green River High School's players, tennis can be a...

 

Green River Speech team takes 2nd at UW

The speech team came home with a second-place finish after traveling to Laramie this weekend to compete in a new tournament. The Green River High School speech and debate team attended Laramie’s...

 

GR woman pursues new passion

For one Green River resident, staying idle isn't something she's ever going to do and her lifestyle is a reflection of that. When Karly Eyre isn't busy teaching at Lincoln Middle School, she's... Full story

 

Residents learn new form of art

Residents at the Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center were learning a new type of art -- decoupage. During the weekly Crafts with Kathy Elliott class Friday morning, those participating in the...

 

Routine taught to kids in a few hours

One hundred and forty children descended upon the high school Saturday morning with one common goal- to learn a dance routine. The children ranged in age, from three year olds to 13 year olds, and...

 

GRHS speech team back on top

The Wolves faced tough competition this weekend, but still came back home with a first-place trophy. The Green River High School Speech and Debate team traveled to the Natrona County for its...

 

A GR student's new idea helps raise funds for Make-A-Wish Foundation

Each year, the Green River High School Student Council is challenged with coming up with new ideas for the Make-A-Wish fundraising event. The friendly competition between Green River and Rock Springs...

 

Mystery readers visit school

On Friday, students in Emily Gomez' second-grade class waited patiently for their mystery guest to arrive. While they were being read a book, the students would occasionally whisper to each other...

 

Green River High School honor rolls

Green River High School recently released it first-semester honor rolls. To make the Principal Honor Roll students must have a 4.0 GPA with no “I” or “F” letter grades with a minimum of five classes with A-D grade. Students making this list...

 

Just another senior game of pool

It was a pretty quiet room. Usually one can hear the sound of laughter coming for the Golden Hour Senior Center's pool room, but on Tuesday morning it wasn't that loud. Even though there were several...

 

More than a rivalry: students donate

During the 10th annual High School Blood Drive Challenge, some Green River High School students shared the true reasons why they feel it's important to donate blood. While most Green River students...

 

Blood drive beats previous record

The final count is in. With the help of both the Green River and Rock Springs communities, 701 pints of blood was collected with can now be used to save 2,103 adult lives. Green River edged out on...

 

Speech team claims 2nd in Cheyenne tourney

After competing in one of the most competitive tournaments of the year, the Green River High School speech and debate team came home with second. This past weekend, the team traveled to Cheyenne to...

 

Kindergarten registration is now open

Families who have an incoming kindergarten student for the 2018/2019 school year, who turn 5 on or before Sept. 15, 2018, are encourage to register now. Sweetwater County School District No. 2 is asking parents to enroll their students at their...

 

Births

Arabella Lynn Schear Kayla Froats and Zaden Schear of Green River recently announced the birth of their daughter Arabella Lynn Schear. She was born Jan. 9, 2018, at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. Margo Violet Greene Corby and Kimberly...

 

Speech team grabs 1st place again

The Green River High School Speech and Debate team traveled again this past weekend and came home with another first-place finish. “Overall the team did an excellent job. A lot of our first year stu...

 

"Pampurr yourself" purse and jewelry auction set for Saturday

The Red Desert Humane Society is hosting the “Pampurr” Yourself Purse and Jewelry Auction on Saturday, Jan. 27 at the Holiday Inn ballroom. This event will help to chase away the winter blahs. Residents will have the chance to bring home a new...

 

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