College program offered at GRHS

A cooperative program between Green River High School and Western Wyoming Community College aims to help students complete their first year of college by the time they graduate. The middle college...

Airport issue not discussed

The Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport commercial terminal issue wasn’t even discussed at the Sweetwater County Commissioners meeting. The Commissioners voted to un-table the motion, but the motion...

Letter: County treasurer supports Divis

Dear Editor, The voters of Sweetwater County are facing several critical election races this November. In my opinion, one of the most critical is the race for county assessor. The election of a new assessor will have an impact on everyone that...

Wolves win final home game

In their last game in front of a home crowd, the Wolves earned a victory that would end their five-game losing streak. The Wolves took on the Powell Panthers, defeating them 28-6 in a game that would...

Lady Wolves volleyball win 2 more games

Lady Wolves play three games last week and brought home two more wins. The Lady Wolves kicked off last week’s competition with a win against Cheyenne East Tuesday evening in Green River. The Lady...

More swimmers qualify for state

The Lady Wolves swimming team came home with a second-place finish and three more state qualifiers after a meet in Laramie. Head coach Colleen Seiloff said Jarin Mandros, Delaney Gardea and Cherylann...

Overcoming life-changing injuries

She may have lost her eye, but the accident didn't claim her life and that's something she's grateful for. Green River resident Kayla Vigil's life completely changed on July 27. Vigil, 23, and her...

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