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Notes from Town Square: Resolutions worth keeping

Every year 45 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions and not even half of us mange to stick to them for longer than six months, according to the Journal of Clinical psychology. Apparently, according to their data, people in their...

 

Notes from Town Square: Celebrate mining heritage

In the spring of 2015, Ken Ball, former Green River Councilman approached the office of Mayor Pete Rust with the idea of creating a proclamation to recognize National Mine Rescue Day in Green River. Ball, a local miner and Executive Board Member of...

 

Notes from town square: The dying trees in GR

The city’s Parks and Rec. Department does a great deal of work behind the scenes which makes this community a beautiful place to live. Most of what they do never gets noticed, but that’s okay because the people working in Parks and Rec. are not...

 

Notes from Town Square: Getting the word out

If you are reading this article then you clearly have a love for the traditional printed word, a love that was probably kindled many moons ago. Those of us working in government, that most old and lofty of institutions, also have a healthy respect fo...

 

Notes from Town Square: A history of Father's Day

This year, Father’s Day happens to fall on the official advent of summer, an entirely satisfying coincidence since today, most celebrations for dear ol’ dad usually involve golf clubs, BBQ grills or fishing poles. Father’s Day is celebrated in...

 
 By Misty Springer    Opinion    May 27, 2015

Notes from Town Square: Some fun in summertime

Another school year has come to an end and if you are like most parents, you greet the summer season with a mixture of delighted enthusiasm and downright dread as you ponder how to keep the kids busy for the next three months. Long, warm days give...

 

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