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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...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    People    September 13, 2017 

Boy Scout donates 1,400 pounds of food

More than 1,400 pounds of food were donated as part of an Eagle Scout project to help residents in Green River. Thursday afternoon, Green River High School senior Dallin Hoyt brought a truckload of...

 

Children enjoy last day of summer?

Many kids spent Labor Day enjoying one last day at one of Green River's many beautiful parks before heading back to school Tuesday. On Monday, kids from all over Sweetwater County were taking...

 

GR commemorative centerpiece program to honor service members

One women’s idea of creating centerpieces to honor service members, has started a new program. The American Legion Auxiliary Tom Whitmore Post 28 of Green River will launch a commemorative...

 

Authors to visit GR to sign books, give a presentation

Residents are invited to attend an upcoming presentation and book signing. Authors Phil Tourney and David Gahary of the book “Erasing the Liberty” will be in Green River at the Fraternal Order of the Eagles on Sept. 14 at 5 p.m. The presentation...

 

Former GR student helps NASA

It was an experience of a life time. Not only to be part of the 2017 solar eclipse, but to be a member of one of 55 teams selected from NASA to show the solar eclipse live. Gina Bestgen, a 2008 GRHS g...

 

Green River contestant receives scholarships

A Green River High School Student who decided to push herself out of her comfort zone, walked away with money for college. Kristen Morris, a senior, said she had never participated in a pageant or...

 
 By David Martin    People    August 23, 2017

Kids enjoy River Festival

While events like the Run with the Horses Marathon and Cajun Shrimp Boil headline the annual River Festival at Expedition Island, the county’s kids had a chance to enjoy festivities as well. Those...

 

Many seniors attend eclipse party

The front lawn of the Golden Hour Senior Center was filled with seniors looking at the solar eclipse with special glasses. On Monday the center embraced the event by handing out solar eclipse viewing...

 

Competitors enjoy the challenge

With only 24 hours to create pieces of 2D and 3D art it's amazing what the artists come up with. For most artists, the annual Art on the Green competition is a time for them to challenge themselves...

 

Many attend adventure challenge

Last week, children had the chance to see what they were made of at the adventure challenge. This was just one of the many summer classes the Sweetwater Board of Cooperative Educational Services...

 

Fun at the carnival

Step right up and try to win a prize. During the Golden Hour Senior Center's summer carnival, seniors were encouraged to play as many games as they could to try and win prizes. "What we're trying to...

 

Square dancers to descend on Sweetwater County

The Sweetwater County Events Complex will host hundreds of square dancers from 22 states and three countries this Thursday, Friday and Saturday and the public is invited to watch free of charge. Dancing begins daily in four separate dance halls at...

 

Why go to Sturgis? Why not?

The ride. The sweet solitude a motorcycle gives one as they drive down the road is what drew Roger Robles to the machine. It's just a feeling all bikers get, Robles tried to explain. "Just the freedom...

 
 By David Martin    People    August 9, 2017

Kids enjoy the Sweetwater County Fair

The Sweetwater County Fair was a great place for kids from throughout the region to enjoy a fun week of excitement. While ever-popular attractions like the carnival and the petting zoo attracted lots...

 

Angel statue to help bring peace

Having a place to grieve the loss of a child is something a parent felt the Riverview Cemetery needed. Cristy Price of Green River knows all to well how difficult the grieving process can be. Price, the mother of Maicy Braden, 17, who died Oct. 3,...

 

Births for the week of Aug. 9

Charles Leon Parker Jason and Erin Parker of Green River recently announced the birth of their son Charles Leon Parker. He was born July 12, 2017, at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. Ingrid Anneliese Bramwell Elizabeth and Zachery Bramwell of...

 

Hanging out at the fair

The Sweetwater County Fair is truly an event where it doesn't matter what age a person is to have a good time. On Thursday, 21 Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center residents and 24 volunteers,...

 
 By David Martin    People    August 2, 2017

Creating candy sushi

The art of making sushi dates back centuries and involves using simple ingredients to create delicious pieces of food. Children visiting the Sweetwater County Library Thursday afternoon had a chance...

 

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