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Girl Scouts learn first aid, CPR procedures

Knowing what to do if there is an emergency is important. Especially, when children are involved. For Green River Girls Scout members, learning how to perform CPR and First Aid not only helps them...

 

Evaluation set in assault case

A man accused of threatening his father with a machete will undergo a competency evaluation to determine if he’s mentally fit to proceed. Robert Mandros, 20, Green River was bound over to the Third...

 

Motor coach rally to visit RS in 2020

Years of persistence has allowed the Sweetwater Events Complex the opportunity to host the 2020 Newmar Kountry Klub International Rally. “I have been actively recruiting them for about four...

 

Third District Court Judge puts gavel down

For the last time, Judge Nena James pounded the gavel to adjourn the Third District Court of Sweetwater County. After 18 years as Third District Court Judge, James knew it was time to retire and end...

 

Swimmers take 2nd at conference meet

The Lady Wolves swimming and diving team took second at conferences, while picking up another state qualifier. The Green River High School Lady Wolves recently traveled to Laramie to take on seven...

 

Lady Wolves defeat Jackson Sat.

The Lady Wolves volleyball team lost one on the road and won a game at home this past week. Last Thursday, the Lady Wolves traveled to Evanston to take on the Lady Red Devils and lost in in five...

 

Swimmers take 3rd in Gillette before Regionals

The Lady Wolves swimming and diving team came home in third place out of 17 teams. Last Friday and Saturday, the Lady Wolves traveled to Gillette for one of the biggest competitions they’ve been in...

 

Judges' historic photos framed

They were placed in a cardboard box and stored in a maintenance storage facility. Even though some knew where they were at, they were forgotten by most. However, recently retired Third District Court...

 

Kids enjoy business visit

As the children entered, they were greeted with smiles and a warm welcome. To celebrate National Physical Therapy month, Peak Performance employees invited students from Harrison Elementary, Lincoln...

 

Over $151 million in requests made

As the sixth-penny special purpose tax requests start to pour in, the Sweetwater County commissioners will need to start prioritizing the projects. Sweetwater County cities and towns presented their...

 

Hospital seeks $19.5 million in tax funding

Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County representatives are asking for $19.5 million of the sixth-penny tax funding. The request was divided up into three projects, which can be done separately or all...

 

GR senior citizens learn about osteoporosis

The statics are staggering for this disease. One in two women and one in four men will break a bone in their lifetime due to osteoporosis. For some seniors, this statistic was a shock, but for others...

 

Kids visit GR fire station

The children excitedly entered the Green River Fire Department, not quite sure what to expect. For most of them, this was the first time being inside a fire department. On Wednesday, both classes...

 

Coach named to hall of fame

Her name is synonymous with speech and debate in Green River and has coached the high school team for more than a decade. Carina White was recently inducted in the Wyoming Speech and Debate Hall of...

 

Wolves slay Red Devils

With the 14-7 win over Evanston, the Wolves are still in the running for a possible playoff game. The Wolves started off receiving the ball and Isaac Ruiz brought the ball out for a 21-yard return,...

 

Volleyball team drops 2 more games

The Lady Wolves have had a couple of tough competitors, but that won’t stop them from continuing to improve each game. Last week, the Lady Wolves took on Cheyenne East and lost in three sets,...

 

Swimmers take 1st in Rock Springs pool

The Lady Wolves Swim and Dive team didn't have to travel far to take first place this weekend. Saturday the Lady Wolves competed in Rock Springs and came in first out of four teams. Even though the te...

 

Student named semifinalist

One Green River student has been named among 16,000 semifinalists for the 2020 National Merit Scholarship program. Green River High School senior, Will Allen, said he took the PSAT knowing it was a...

 

Lady swimmers earn 4 wins

The Lady Wolves swim team won four of the five duals they competed in this weekend in Green River. On Friday, the Green River High School Lady Wolves swimming and diving team competed against...

 

New dance club performs at games

An idea quickly turned into a team of 41 dancers performing at middle-school football games. Green River High School dance coach Debi Kovick, who has been coaching the high school team for 5 years,...

 

Truman Elementary School receives national recognition

Only two Wyoming schools were included in the national Blue Ribbon Awards list and Truman Elementary School was one of them. In a press release, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced 362...

 

Pie in the face fundraiser

Making sure seniors have enough money for a new technology center is something the employees at the Golden Hour Senior Center will take a pie in the face for. Tuesday afternoon, the dining room was...

 

GR golfers learn much at state competition

Five Green River students recently attended the State golf tournament and came home with an experience they will remember. “State was actually pretty fun for us,” head coach Karyl Eyre said....

 

Tennis team battles elements at state

The Green River tennis teams not only had to compete against their opponents at State this weekend, but the weather. According to head coach Phil Harder, on Thursday the weather was great for tennis,...

 

Swimmers grab two more 1st-place finishes

The Lady Wolves swimming and diving team continues to improve each week and this week they came home with two first-place finishes. Last Thursday, the Lady Wolves traveled to Big Piney and Evanston...

 

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