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Articles from the March 3, 2022 edition

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 By Hannah Romero    County    March 3, 2022

County fire dept. may get the axe

The Sweetwater County Fire Committee presented its findings on fire service to the Board of County Commissioners this week and recommended closing the Sweetwater County Fire Department and...

 
 By David Martin    City    March 3, 2022

City amends project contract

A design contract for the city’s planned wastewater treatment plant was amended Tuesday night, adding $228,918 to the city’s contract with Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc. According to...

 

Robert Lucero

Robert Lucero, 71-years-old, passed away on Monday, February 7, 2022. He was born to Antonio and Florence (Chambers) Lucero on January 11, 1951. Robert was known for his ease in conversation with comp...

 

Caroll Brangham

Caroll Brangham, 71, passed away on Friday February 25, 2022 at her home in Green River, Wyoming. She was a resident of Green River for 32 years and former resident of Rock Springs, Wyoming Mrs....

 

Regis Joseph Mehal

Regis Joseph Mehal, 79, passed away Wednesday, February 23, 2022 surrounded by his loving family in Green River, Wyoming. He was a life-long resident of Wyoming. Mr. Mehal was born November 2, 1942...

 
 By Hannah Romero    Opinion    March 3, 2022

And life still goes on

These days, it’s easy to feel like the world’s ending. Honestly, it’s felt a little bit like the end of the world ever since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re about two weeks shy of...

 

Green River Police Department reports for Feb. 22-28

Green River Police Department reports for Feb. 22 At 5:36 p.m., officers responded with EMS to a report of an unresponsive individual on West Teton Boulevard. The individual was transported and officers completed a report of the incident. Feb. 23 At...

 
 By David Martin    Sports    March 3, 2022

Two wrestlers earn state titles

The Green River High School wrestling team came back from state with two state titles and a third-place finish. The team finished behind Star Valley and Douglas in 3A. "I'm very proud of how our team...

 
 By Hannah Romero    Sports    March 3, 2022

Girls seeded fourth at Regional tournament

The Green River High School girls basketball team will head into regionals in fourth place this week after finishing conference 7-3 with one loss and one win last weekend. The annual Make A Wish game...

 
 By Hannah Romero    People    March 3, 2022

Wolves speech and debate team offers success and support

After only being able to compete virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic the last two seasons, the Green River High School speech and debate team has come back strong this year, competing in...

 
 By David Martin    People    March 3, 2022

Seeking to steer them straight

When you hear Michael DeLeon talk about his life, it's hard to imagine how he survived as long as he has. DeLeon came to Green River Thursday through Mrs. Wyoming American, Bree McMullan, a Green...

 
 By Kate Ready    News    March 3, 2022

Internet crimes against children on the rise

JACKSON — Internet crimes against children, ranging from sexual abuse and trafficking to distributing pornography, are on the rise nationally and statewide. ”We are busier than we’ve ever been in the history of Wyoming,” said Chris McDonald,...

 
 By Ellen Gerst    News    March 3, 2022

Lawsuit over COVID mandates dismissed

CASPER — A federal judge has once again dismissed the wide-ranging vaccine mandate lawsuit originally led by Grace Smith, the Laramie high schooler arrested for trespassing in October after returning to school while suspended for refusing to wear...

 
 By Carrie Haderlie    News    March 3, 2022

Trans bill clears first full Senate review

CHEYENNE — After significant public testimony in committee, and questions regarding its constitutionality, the Senate passed Senate File 51, “Fairness in women’s sports act,” through the Committee of the Whole Monday. The bill will face two...

 

Ukranian UW student follows invasion from Laramie

LARAMIE — When Anastasiia Pereverten traveled to the University of Wyoming from Ukraine last month to study abroad, she and her parents discussed the possibility of a Russian invasion into their home country. They decided that if it were to...

 

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