Articles from the February 10, 2022 edition

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'I didn't even think twice'

(Editor's Note: This story has been updated to reflect corrections made to Mr. Pasborg's name.) "Who the heck is burning their trash at 4:00 in the morning?" Ryan Pasborg muttered this question to...

 

Flaming Gorge Days returns with live music in 2022

June 24th, 25th, and 26th 2022 marks the 65th event for Flaming Gorge Days and this year’s theme is Wyoming Proud. The Committee knows the community will come out to show their pride and support of this iconic event. “I’m really looking...

 

Newspaper receives accolades at convention

The Green River Star was recognized for excellence in several categories during the Wyoming Press Association’s 123rd winter convention in Casper last weekend. Staff writer Hannah Romero received two Pacemaker awards from the WPA. She earned first...

 

Our View: Mugshot bill well-intentioned, but has its problems

Being arrested for an alleged crime is one of the worst experiences a person can have. The experience is part of a situation that can forever alter the course of someone’s life. Then there’s the booking photo, a photo of someone that is taken...

 

Letter: Opposition shown to coyote killing contest

Dear Editor, As a resident of Rock Springs, I think it is shameful that Buddha Bob’s at The Sands allowed a coyote killing contest participants to gather and celebrate on Feb. 5. In these cruel and unsporting wildlife killing contests, participants...

 

William Terrance Waite

William Terrance Waite, 79, passed away Thursday, February 3, 2022 at Sage View Care Center in Rock Springs, Wyoming following a brief illness. He was a resident of Rock Springs for the last year and...

 

Patricia "Patsy" Butcher

Patricia "Patsy" Butcher, 84, passed away Wednesday February 2, 2022 at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County in Rock Springs, Wyoming. She was a long-time resident of Green River, Wyoming and...

 

Everetta "Bert" Rose Lee

Ms. Everetta "Bert" Rose Lee, age 76, of Canton Oklahoma., passed away February 4, 2022. She was born on July 11, 1945 in Rosston, Oklahoma. to the parents of Everett Eugene and Marjorie Rose...

 

Henry Carl Adovnik

Henry Carl Adovnik, 91, passed away in the early morning hours on Saturday, December 4, 2021, at Pheasant Pointe Assisted Living Facility in Molalla, Oregon. He had been a resident since July 9,...

 

Green River Police Department reports for Feb. 1-7

Green River Police Department reports for Feb. 1 At 10:03 a.m., officers responded to a report of property damage on South 7th West Street. Officers met with an individual who reported that a semi truck had caused minor damage to a vertical wooden...

 

'Dancing with the Green River Stars' returns to the stage

The much-requested "Dancing with the Green River Stars" event will make its return to the Green River High School stage next week. Student dancers and "stars" representing different high school clubs...

 

Tennis standout commits to Neb. college

A Green River High School tennis player will continue to play tennis at the collegiate level in Nebraska. These days, Gabby Heiser can be seen on the basketball court playing with the Lady Wolves,...

 

Lady Wolves take two conference losses

After winning their first three conference games, the Green River High School girls basketball team suffered two defeats last weekend, leaving them 3-2 in conference so far. “It was a tough week...

 

Swimmer breaks conference record, team prepares for state

The Green River High School boys swim team has continued to work hard during the last weeks of the season, adding more qualifiers for state and setting a new record. Last Saturday the Wolves headed to...

 

Bill aims to withhold arrest photos until after conviction

A bill sponsored by two Sweetwater County legislators would limit how photos of people arrested for an alleged crime are released. The bill, known as House Bill 51, is sponsored by Rep. Chad Banks...

 
 By David Martin    City    February 10, 2022

Schools to see summer projects

More than $300,000 in various summer projects received approval from the Sweetwater County School District No. 2 Board of Trustees Tuesday night. A majority of the costs involved focus on work at...

 

Following Cheney censure, Wyo. Republicans evaluate allegiances

ROCK SPRINGS - To Lenore Perry's eye, the Holiday Inn ballroom Saturday night was packed with red dresses, scarlet shirts and a lot of Harriet Hageman supporters. Perry, an attorney, has the same...

 

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