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Children enjoy therapy showcase

Therapeutic riding students had the chance to show what they learned during a riding showcase Thursday. The program called One Stride Closer, a Sweetwater County Board of Cooperative Educational...

 

Space camp dream fulfilled

A teacher's childhood dream became a reality this summer when she attended space camp. Kathy Stanton, a Green River Science, Technology, Engineering and Math teacher, recently attended the Honeywell...

 
 By David Martin    People    July 18, 2018 

Farmers market begins

A familiar sight on Roosevelt Drive returned to Green River last week. The Green River Farmers Market started its weekly visit last Wednesday. The markets take place every Wednesday from 4 -7 p.m....

 

Company donates emergency bags

A local trona company's donation will help seniors in an emergency situation. Recently, Tata Chemicals Partners teamed up with Golden Hour Senior Center to provide 175 qualified seniors with supplies...

 

Kids explore the ocean on land

Children at the Sweetwater County Library Tuesday morning quickly realized they didn't have to travel far to learn about and explore the ocean. During this week's story time, children listened to...

 

National commander visits GR

Last Thursday, the American Legion Tom Whitmore Post 28 members received a visit from a special guest. American Legion National Commander Denise Rohan stopped by the Green River post as part of her...

 
 By David Martin    People    July 11, 2018

Museum prints interesting history books

Books regarding the Rock Springs Chinese Massacre and a guide originally written for treks into Browns Park were recently published by the Sweetwater County Historical Museum. Both books are...

 

Wyoming Writers recognize volunteer's commitment

An award-winning local author is now being recognized for her volunteer work with Wyoming Writers, Inc. Alethea Williams of Green River was presented with the Emmie Mygatt Award at the 44th Wyoming...

 

GR splash park remains busy

The Green River Splash Park was a busy place Monday morning. With temperatures already in the upper 70s, several families brought their children to the Splash Park to cool off. Some children were...

 

GR students return from nationals

For some it was the last high school tournament they would ever compete in. For others, it was a chance to experience speech and debate at nationals and learn from the experience. Thirteen students...

 

GR cancer survivor attends event

When Jasmine Taylor was 29 years old she discovered a lump in her breast. She can recall the first time she felt it. Taylor was playing with her four-year-old son when she bumped her breast and felt...

 

Local representatives fare well at Girls State

Both Green River High School students attending the 76th session of American Legion Auxiliary Wyoming Girls State felt the experience reassured them of becoming active community members. Seniors Mary...

 

GRHS student to spend 1 month in Ecuador for mission

For the second year in a row, one Green River student is going to take a break from regular summer activities to help others in another country. For Jarin Mandros, a Green River High School senior,...

 

Many new crafts created every week

Each week, crafters arrive at Golden Hour Senior Center center ready to try their hands at a new project. Thursday morning, a handful of crafters were working on various projects. Craft instructor...

 

Much learned at dance camp

Even those looked up to by children need improvement and that's exactly what the Green River Wolf Pack Dance Team did. Last week, the dance team attended the EPIC Dance and Drill camp in Park City,...

 

Musician entertains GR seniors

Not only could this man play multiple instruments, he could tell a good story, which kept his audience laughing and wanting more. On Friday, the Golden Hour Senior Center had special visitor Bill...

 

Coworkers recognized for support

On Thursday, a local real estate agent and her employees were recognized for supporting their National Guardsman coworker. Bob Austin, ombudsman for the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve,...

 

GRHS teacher receives award, college funding

This Green River High School teacher is one of 52 across the country receiving an award and funding for college. Erin Freeman, world history, AP government and world geography teacher, recently found...

 

Musicians meet to share passion

For some a love of playing music never dies. Some of these music lovers can be found at the Golden Hour Senior Center on Monday afternoons during the jam session hour, which starts at 1 p.m. Over the...

 
 By David Martin    People    June 13, 2018

Kids play on new water equipment

Kids lined up at one end of the inflatable structure, ready to compete with their friends on something that looks like it would have a home on an obstacle course. Named the Wibit, kids raced one...

 

Scholarships given to brothers

Finding out four years of college will be completely paid for is not only exciting, but a relief for one graduate. Green River High School graduate Gregory Marchal is one of two students receiving a...

 

Seniors' pets receive needed gifts

Seniors and homebound residents who needed additional help taking care of their pets' needs had their wishes granted last Wednesday afternoon. For the past month, the Golden Hour Senior Center has had...

 

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