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Sleeping on the roof, encouraging summer reading

Last Thursday night, anyone driving by Harrison Elementary School might have noticed a tent on the roof. Anyone who stopped had the chance to wave to Harrison Principal Steven Lake as he made himself...

 

Washington named Blue Ribbon School

When the students at Washington Elementary gathered in the gym for a school assembly Monday morning, they didn't know exactly what was going on, but they knew something important was happening by the...

 

Mine rescue team competes at Internationals

The miners moved forward together slowly, finding their way through smoke so thick they could barely see their own hands in front of their faces. The team members felt the heat and heard the roar of...

 

Volleyball team takes on undefeated Kelly Walsh

The Green River High School volleyball team headed to Casper last week to take on Kelly Walsh High School, a team that remains undefeated and ranked first in the state after defeating the Lady Wolves...

 

Golfers finish season at State

After heading to Buffalo last week for the 3A Wyoming State Golf Championships, the Green River High School golf team's season is officially complete. "We didn't leave with the results we wanted, but...

 

Heroes' remembrance

The communities of Green River and Rock Springs, led by the firefighting forces in each city, are working to ensure Sweetwater County never forgets the horrors of 9/11 or stops honoring those who...

 

Students get cooking in new facility

As Green River High School students get cooking this semester, they are doing so in a brand new culinary arts room. The high school hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the new facility last... Full story

 

Preparedness Fair will offer information for emergencies

Everyone who would like to learn more about how to be prepared to face an emergency is invited to attend the Emergency Preparedness Fair hosted by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The...

 

Volleyball team achieves victory and good sportsmanship

The Lady Wolves volleyball team has kept stepping up throughout the season, taking home wins and having a player recognized for her good sportsmanship. The Green River High School team's most recent...

 

Golfers get All Conference honors

The Green River High School Golf team powered through bad weather and still came away with several successes, including players taking All Conference honors, at the 3A West Conference Tournament in...

 

Headed for bigger and better

Spencer Riggs, the general manager of Little America, hopes to reassure the people he's heard express concern over the future of the travel station. When the restaurant had to close, people asked...

 

Struggling together, hoping together

Everyone experiences loss at some point in their life. The grief that accompanies loss is often life-changing, and many people can struggle with knowing how to move forward. The Grief Recovery Method...

 

Golf team continues to improve

“The Lander Invite proved to be another great tournament for GRHS Golf,” Assistant Coach Danielle Salas said.  Green River once again had three boys in the top 20. Sophomore Kaleb Gunter came in...

 

Happy to return to Middle Earth

I grew up in Middle Earth. Granted, my first journey there was when I was five, and Gollum in the animated 1977 “Hobbit” film scared me so bad I couldn’t watch anything remotely strange or... Full story

 

En plein air along the Green River

As the morning sun lit up the Palisades and the Green River last Saturday, 11 artists found a spot along the Green Belt and set up their canvases, ready to capture the beauty in front of them. Within... Full story

 

Horizon Theater presents "The Importance of Being Earnest"

A night of lies, betrayal and romance is coming to the Broadway Theater this weekend with The Horizon Theater's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest."  The Horizon Theater, a new theater... Full story

 

Walk to End Alzheimer's comes to Green River

The Sweetwater County Walk to End Alzheimer's is coming to Green River for the first time in four years. The walk is held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide and is the world's largest...

 

Twenty-four hour talent

A lot of art was created in Sweetwater County in the 24 hours from last Friday night to Saturday night.  Two different creative 24-hour events took place over the weekend. The Art on the Green and co...

 

Football team brings experience to starting line

The Wolves football team is ready for the new season, and heading in with a group of experienced players. "Currently, every starter on both sides of the ball is a senior," Head Coach Kevin Cuthbertson...

 

Volleyball team ready to compete

The Lady Wolves volleyball team has been working hard to prepare for their season and is ready to be competitive. "We are feeling very optimistic," Head Coach Jessica Demaret said. "We have had a lot...

 

State champion swim team returns to the pool

After winning the 3A state championships two years in a row, the Green River High School girls swim team is back in the pool and ready to take on another season. "I think that we have a great crew of...

 

Golf team continues strong start

Two weeks into the season, the Green River High School golf team is off to a fantastic start, according to Head Coach Karly Eyre, and she's excited to see where they go from here. "We're really...

 

Cross country team hits the ground running

The Green River High School Cross Country team is ready to run. Head Coach Craig Leavitt is especially excited about the returning talent in the girls team this season. “It’s a good girls...

 

Primary election results are in

Voters across Sweetwater County headed to the polls Tuesday to make their voices heard and play their part in deciding who will fill leadership positions. Now the Wyoming primary election is over and... Full story

 

Mine rescue national champions

Four local mine rescue teams from Genesis Alkali and Sisecam recently competed at the annual Mine Safety Health Administration National Mine Rescue Competition in Lexington, Kentucky. Every team came... Full story

 

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