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GR Council considers 6th-penny tax

After a 50-minute conversation about the sixth-penny, special-purpose tax, Green River council members decided to think about what projects they want to fund and how much to ask for this time. City... Full story

Comments split on truck stop at planning, zoning meeting

While almost every written comment submitted to the Sweetwater County Planning and Zoning Commission was against placement of a Love's Travel Stop near Jamestown, people commenting at their meeting...

Our View: I-80's a resource

Interstate 80 is a resource Green River and Sweetwater County can’t ignore. During the public comment period for last week’s Sweetwater County Planning and Zoning Commission hearing regarding the Love’s Truck Stop proposal, Kael Jasperson,...

Runners' times improve in cross country races

The Green River High School cross country team had a chance to try the course set up for the State track meet in Afton Oct. 26 during the Wyoming State Preview over the weekend. A total of 17 schools...

Wolves lose on the road

The Wolves football team might have played better this week against Rawlins, but the Outlaws still pulled out a win, 18-7. The Rawlins Outlaws received the ball first and quickly marched down the...

GRHS has 2-1 tennis weekend

The three Cheyenne tennis teams visited Green River Friday and Saturday, ending with two victories for the Wolves. The competitions also represented the last conference matches for the season. Head...

Color run fun

In effort to reward students who participated in the Sweetwater County Library's summer reading program, Monroe Elementary School hosted a color run to celebrate. As children ran by Monroe Parent...

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