COVID-19 hospitalizations hit record in Wyoming

CASPER — The number of people in Wyoming who were being hospitalized for COVID-19 treatment rose to 73 on Monday, a higher total than at any previous point in the pandemic. Monday’s total is more than twice what it was when the month began and...

Sundance residents challenge plan to replace police

SUNDANCE — Backed by a much larger crowd than the council chamber usually enjoys, two citizens expressed dissent last week over a fledgling plan to replace Sundance Police Department with contracted service through the Crook County Sheriff’s...

Pinedale settles with lab over faulty water tests

PINEDALE — Signed, sealed and delivered, following a special meeting on Oct. 9, Pinedale Council members voted unanimously to accept a $175,000 settlement against a former Pinedale lab and its future owners in exchange for their silence. The...

Demand shown for joining solid waste district

Green River residents have shown interest in having the city join the Sweetwater County Solid Waste District No. 1, according to Sweetwater County Commissioner Randy Wendling. Speaking during the...

Brand inspection case to resume in December

PINEDALE (Wyoming News Exchange) — The 2019 livestock brand-inspection misdemeanor case against Rex. F. Rammell is picking up about where it left off eight months ago – in Sublette County Circuit Court. Rammell contested five citations after a...

My Shopping Cart Wheel

I am that person that always manages to “find” the shopping cart with the wonky wheel. I used to trade it out because it irritated me. The cart wobbled and sometimes made noise and it usually drove a little slower and pushed a little harder....

Green River shut out 40-0

The Green River Wolves made a long road trip last Friday to take on the highly-ranked Cody Broncs, who were solid on both offense and defense throughout the night and moved their record to 6-1 on the season while the Wolves fell to 2-5. The Broncs,...

Swimmers' success continues

The girls swim season is coming to an end in a few short weeks and the Green River High School team continues to be a strong team within the region. The girls competed at home over the weekend with...

Lady Wolves grow despite losses

The Lady Wolves Volleyball team took two more losses over the last week, but show signs of improvement according to head coach Rikki Shantz. The Lady Wolves lost in three sets against Evanston...

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