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 By David Martin    City    February 24, 2021 

City hall meetings resume

Anyone wanting to attend a Green River City Council meeting in person will be able to do so starting with the Council’s meeting next week. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Council...

 
 By David Martin    County    February 24, 2021 

Vaccination effort surges ahead

Despite snowstorms last week postponing the delivery of a shipment of COVID-19 vaccine last week, Sweetwater County Public Health and Castle Rock Medical Center continue to vaccinate residents. Accord...

 
 By David Martin    City    February 24, 2021 

Lab would help build education program

A proposed land lab would be a building block for a larger agricultural education program within Sweetwater County School District No. 2. The district’s board of trustees approved a request to...

 
 By David Martin    Sports    February 24, 2021 

Wrestlers take 2nd at regional quad

With the State wrestling meet next week, the Wolves' qualifying wrestling team has little time to fine tune their strategies, but head coach Josh Wisniewski isn't worried about how they will fare in...

 
 By David Martin    Sports    February 24, 2021 

Wolves swimmers place 2nd at State meet

The Wolves season ended with a second-place finish at State over the weekend and a champion in the 1-meter diving event. Overall, it was a finish head coach Colleen Seiloff said she expected to see,...

 

SEDC seeks to attract manufacturer

An outdoor manufacturer is interested in coming to Rock Springs, through discussions are in their preliminary phases. Kayla McDonald, economic development specialist for the Sweetwater Economic Develo...

 
 By David Martin    City    February 17, 2021

Vehicles donated to GRHS

The Green River High School automotive department will get three vehicles to work on courtesy of Genesis Alkali. One of the three vehicles was delivered last week, while the other two will be sent in...

 

All in: Swim team prepares for State

They're all going to State this week. The group of 19 swimmers and divers making up the Green River High School team qualified to compete, with the final swimmer Riley Rustein qualifying i the...

 

Snowstorm limits wrestling team's final duals

The final week of duals for the Green River High School wrestling team resulted in less competition that the team and coaches were hoping for, but that isn’t stopping them from being ready for the...

 

Girls lose to Cody Saturday

Following a canceled game against Riverton Friday, the Green River High School girls basketball team took a narrow loss Saturday against Cody. The girls fell 46-40 to Cody in a low-scoring game where...

 
 By David Martin    City    February 10, 2021

Nomis sentencing delayed

A Monday hearing to sentence Stephanie Nomis for her part in the embezzlement of Green River Fire Department Foundation funds was continued after Nomis said she did not recall receiving a copy of her...

 
 By David Martin    City    February 10, 2021

Make-A-Wish continues in 2021

Not even a pandemic could deter students from Green River High School from hosting the annual Make-A-Wish fundraising events this year. While the fundraising period has been condensed into a single...

 

COVID-19 loosens its grip in Sweetwater County

“We are trending in the right direction,” Sweetwater County Health Officer Dr. Jean Stachon said Monday. While the positivity percentage based on COVID-19 tests done in the last few weeks, at...

 

A lively art collection at home

(Publisher's note: the following column was written for our annual 'Things We Love' section.) It's hard to believe one of the best art collections in the Western United States actually exists in our...

 

The GRFD shows its love for the city and Sweetwater County

(Publisher's note: the following column was written for our annual 'Things We Love' section.) The Green River Fire Department is a service that has done a lot in the community. While the same can be...

 

Wrestlers regroup after Star Valley loss

The Wolves are dusting themselves off following a 50-12 loss to Star Valley at home Friday evening. Early on, the Wolves fell behind as the individual losses mounted, resulting in Green River being...

 

Wolves, Lady Wolves basketball teams see winning week

The Green River High School basketball teams had winning weeks after taking on the Rock Springs Tigers Thursday and the Natrona County Mustangs Saturday. The boys earned a 58-52 win over Rock Springs...

 

Wolves swim team prepares for last chance meet Thursday

One more week for the Wolves swimming and diving team to hit an incredible milestone -- 100% qualification for the State swim meet. So far, 18 of the 19 members have qualified for various events and...

 
 By David Martin    City    February 3, 2021

City seeks input on disc golf proposal

The Green River City Council seeks comments from residents regarding a proposed 18-hole disc golf course in the Scott’s Bottom Nature Area. The idea was presented to the Council by Kevin King and Ri...

 

Lady Wolves notch another win in Star Valley

The Green River High School Girls Basketball Team are 3-0 in their conference after a win against Star Valley Saturday. The Lady Wolves traveled to Afton for the game, which ended 36-30 in favor of...

 

County COVID infections drop

After several weeks of dire reports about Sweetwater County’s COVID-19 infection rates, Sweetwater County Health Officer Dr. Jean Stachon had good news to share Monday. The county’s infection...

 

WWCC leaders select 15 for layoffs

Needing to cut more than $2.4 million from Western Wyoming Community College’s 2021-2022 operating budget, the college’s president revealed a plan that would cut 15 positions from the college,...

 
 By David Martin    City    January 27, 2021

GR bars targeted in recent burglaries

Red Feather owner Fred Trujillo recalls how he felt Sunday morning when he discovered the long-running business on Flaming Gorge Way had been burglarized. “Violated,” he said. “Someone just...

 

Tired and swimming strong

With a few weeks left in the season, the Green River High School boys swimming and diving team are competing tired, but continue to impress head coach Colleen Seiloff. "They're kind of exceeding...

 

Lady Wolves defeat Lady Broncs Saturday

The Lady Wolves are 2-0 in their quadrant following a win at home against the Jackson Lady Broncs Saturday. The Lady Wolves shown themselves to be an overwhelming force as they played, ending the...

 

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