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Speech and debate team takes 1st

The speech and debate team took first this weekend in a Jackson tournament. The Green River High School Speech and Debate team competed against eight other teams at this tournament and came out on...

 

Gary "Bear" Mike Sellers

Gary "Bear" Mike Sellers, 67, passed away Feb. 6, 2019, at his home in Rock Springs, surrounded by his family. He was a lifelong resident of Rock Springs.  Sellers was born Dec. 16, 1951, in Rock...

 

Janice L. Coppock

Janice L. Coppock, 79, of Rock Springs, passed away Feb. 6, 2019, at the Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. She died following a lengthy illness. She was born Dec. 4, 1939 in Picher, Okla., the...

 

Ruth Marie Chesnovar

Ruth Marie Chesnovar, 95, of Eden passed away Feb. 5, 2019, at the Sublette Center in Pinedale. A longtime resident of Farson, Chesnovar died of natural causes due to age.  She was born Oct. 15,...

 

Robert "Bob" L. Jensen

Robert "Bob" L. Jensen, 84, of Rock Springs, passed away Feb. 8, 2019, at the Rocky Mountain Care Nursing Home in Evanston. A longtime resident of Rock Springs, Jensen died following a lengthy...

 

Molina Lynn Lee

Beloved mother, sister, grandmother, aunt and friend, Molina Lynn Lee, 45, of Green River, passed away unexpectedly Feb. 9, 2019, at her home. She was born Oct. 19, 1973, in Casper, the daughter of...

 

Our View:GR's future remains bright

Losing Green River’s Shopko Hometown store was certainly a blow to many residents throughout the city, but we believe the city will ultimately thrive once a new business makes use of the property. The space has long been a spot for a small-scale de...

 

Why life must be an inalienable right

My dad started teaching me hunter safety at our ranch outside of Douglas when I was 8 years old. One of the most important lessons was this: “Never pull the trigger unless you’re ready to accept the consequences.” Of course, this means you...

 

U.S. may seek to lower drug costs

David Mitchell is a man with a mission. He is determined to stitch together a movement that will finally smash the power of the pharmaceutical industry and bring pocketbook relief to millions of Americans who need expensive drugs. Mitchell, a...

 

Swim team heads to State

With state taking place this week, the Wolves swimming and diving team was happy to qualify two more. Last week, the team competed in Rock Springs Wednesday night and a second time in Green River...

 

Lady Wolves win 2 games on the road

The Lady Wolves basketball team traveled to Riverton and Cody this weekend and came home with two more wins. The two non-conference wins, take the Lady Wolves to 9-9 in the regular season. In the... Full story

 

Mitchell signs with Minot State University

A leader for the Green River High School football team will become a Minot State University Beaver after graduating this May. Anthony Mitchell signed a letter of intent to play football in Minot, N.D....

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    February 13, 2019

Green River represented at Natrona County track meet

The Green River High School Boys and Girls Indoor Track Team sent a small group of athletes to Casper Friday and Saturday due to injuries and students taking college entrance exams. Despite the small team, there were some personal records set and...

 

GR seeks win over Evanston

The Wolves have had tremendous success in two games during the weekend. Green River scored two wins, a 62-41 victory over Riverton Feb. 8, and a 70-43 win over Cody a day later. These wins come after...

 
 By David Martin    City    February 13, 2019

Shopko plans store closure

Green River's Shopko Hometown store will close May 12, according to a closure schedule released by the retail corporation. The schedule lists the Green River location as one of six Wyoming Shopko...

 

Sheriff's office plans snowcat buy

The Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Department will probably move forward with the purchase of a reconditioned snowcat. During a recent Sweetwater County Commissioners meeting, Sheriff John Grossnickle...

 
 By David Martin    City    February 13, 2019

City eyes unified development code

A resolution approved by the Green River City Council last week marks the start of an internal project aimed at streamlining the city’s development rules and codes. According to Laura Leigh,...

 

County may return land to BLM

A parcel next to the Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport may be given back to the Bureau of Land Management. Rickey Rocky, Sweetwater County Parks and Recreation board president, said the model RC...

 

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