Articles from the March 23, 2023 edition
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PacifiCorp planning new transmission line
PacifiCorp is making plans for a new transmission line reaching between Sweetwater County and Carbon County. Brian Taylor, the project manager for PacifiCorp and a Green River resident, presented...
District approves $430K budget amendment
Sweetwater County School District No. 2’s board of trustees approved a budget amendment to increase spending in the district by $430,000. According to Chris Dean, the district’s business manager,...
Council approves police grant, aids quilting committee
The Green River Police Department will receive some extra financial support in its efforts to limit the flow of illicit drugs into the city. The Green River City Council approved a High Intensity...
Gov. Gordon emphasizes pro-life position
Released March 17 Governor Mark Gordon took further steps to implement a pro-life policy agenda when he signed a prohibition on chemical abortions today. At the same time, he allowed House Bill 152 - Life is a Human Right Act to go into law. But he... Full story
ACLU of Wyoming opposes anti-abortion bills
Released March 17 Tonight, Gov. Mark Gordon signed into law one bill to ban medication abortion and indicated he will let another near-complete ban become law without his signature. The ACLU of Wyoming opposed Senate File 109, legislation that... Full story
Green River Police Department reports for March 12 - 19
March 12 At 10:17 a.m., officers and Animal Control Officers responded to a report of an injured deer. Officers were advised to dispatch the deer due to a warden not being available. Officers dispatched the deer and ACOs removed and disposed of the... Full story
Parks and Rec director reflects on eight years
On Tuesday afternoon, Brad Raney was packing up his office. On Tuesday night, he was receiving a plaque of recognition from the City Council. On Friday, he'll officially finish his eight years of...
Girls Scouts honor first baby born during Girl Scout Week
In honor of National Girl Scout Week, Aspen Moore and her parents were surprised with a special baby basket full of goodies donated by the Green River Girl Scouts to the first girl born this week.... Full story
County and cities prepare for spring flooding
Sweetwater County authorities are preparing for the possibility of spring flooding due to a higher than average snow fall. According to the USDA SNOTEL Map, the snow water equivalent for Sweetwater County is currently 137% of normal. Representatives... Full story
Archibald receives All-Conference and All-State honors
Green River's shooting guard Theron Archibald is a junior this year, and stands six feet three inches tall. A shooting guard needs to be good at dribbling fast, passing and shooting lots of jump...
Girls and Boys Track and Field team kicked off their season
The Green River Girls and Boys Track and Field team kicked off their outdoor season with a trip south to compete with 24 other teams from around the region in the Early Bird Invitational. The meet was hosted in Orem, Utah at the Mountain View High...
Western wrestlers claim first NJCAA National Championship
Western Wyoming Community College wrestlers claimed their first NJCAA Wrestling Championship title on March 4 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The Mustangs finished with a team score of 134. The Head Coach... Full story
At State Archive, 'we keep records as a means of transparency'
For Sunshine Week - the nationwide celebration of public records and transparency - WyoFile checks in on a pillar of open government. The Wyoming State Archives, established in 1951, preserves and...