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Articles from the February 24, 2022 edition

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 By David Martin    City    February 24, 2022

Fixing the 'dirty dozen'

The condition of Green River’s streets continues to degrade while money to mitigate degradation has evaporated over the years. Many streets in Green River have degraded over the past decade. Mark...

 
 By Kate Ready    County    February 24, 2022

Rep. Chad Banks' mug shot bill approved in committee

JACKSON — In a world of rapid sharing online, the Wyoming Legislature is considering a bill that may protect those charged with a crime from the harsh court of public opinion. State lawmakers heard testimony Monday on a proposed law that would...

 

Ruth Anne Parson

Ruth Anne Parson, 82, passed away peacefully into the arms of the Lord on Thursday, February 17th, 2022 at Mission at Castle Rock in Green River, Wyoming. She was a resident of Wyoming for the last 5...

 

Nathaniel Gunter

Nathaniel Gunter, 46, passed away Thursday, February 17, 2022 at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County in Rock Springs, Wyoming. He died following a sudden illness. Nathaniel was a resident of Green...

 

Green River Police Department reports for Feb. 14-21

Green River Police Department reports for Feb. 14 At 6:24 p.m., Animal Control Officers responded to a report of two dogs running around. Officers impounded the dogs at the Animal Control Shelter and later issued citations to the owner, Elysha Dean,...

 

Our View: Time for Wyo. to get off the Trump train

After more than one year out of office, former President Donald Trump raised eyebrows earlier this week when he complimented Russian President Vladimir Putin for action the government has taken towards Ukraine. “I went in yesterday and there was a...

 

Just for fun: How about a piece of candy?

Amongst the culinary delights of the world, the durian fruit is likely one of the more bizarre and polarizing. Trees producing the fruit are found in Southeast Asia, with the fruit being described by...

 

"Once Upon a Mattress" shares meaning amid its silliness

A well-known fairy tale is coming to life in a new and fun way with Western Wyoming Community College's latest theatrical production, "Once Upon a Mattress." In this musical, the classic story of...

 

Show you care by painting a bowl for Bowls of Caring

Sweetwater County residents have the chance to create a unique and practical work of art and show they care for the community by supporting the YWCA of Sweetwater County through Bowls of Caring...

 

Swimmers stand out at State meet

The Green River High School boys swim team headed to Gillette for the state competition last weekend and came home with a fourth-place finish and a strong showing from the diving team. Wolves' divers...

 

15 Green River wrestlers head to State

With three regional champs in their fold, a team of 15 wrestlers will travel to the state wrestling tournament in Casper to take on the best wrestlers in 3A. The team took second at Regionals over...

 

Boys seek to keep momentum against Tigers

Being the top ranked team in their quad and the second ranked team in the 4A West, Green River High School’s varsity boys basketball team seeks to keep the train rolling as they head to the...

 

Lady Wolves basketball team earn conference wins

The Green River High School girls basketball team is moving up in conference competition, getting two more wins last weekend. First the Lady Wolves fought for a close win over Evanston last Thursday,...

 

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