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 By DAVID MARTIN    Sports    March 28, 2018

Boys getting back in gear

A 1-3 start to the season isn't what the boys soccer team was looking to start their season with, but they're powering ahead regardless and looking forward to the soccer season. Following a defeat...

 

Lady Wolves debut defensive team

Finding the right lineup and getting into a rhythm is something the Green River High School Lady Wolves soccer team will work on this season. “We’re more of a defensive team, than an offensive...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    Sports    March 28, 2018

GRHS makes gains in track and field

Finally stepping out after the winter sports season, the Green River High School track team are focusing on self improvement this season. Head coach Dan Hansen said he’s excited for the upcoming...

 

Girls defeat Evanston

The Lady Wolves soccer team have had a rough start to the season, but that's something that should change as the season progresses what they showed Green River fans last night. The Green River High Sc...

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    March 28, 2018

Track season starts at Big Piney meet

Weather resulted in the Wolves outdoor track team canceling their first scheduled meet in Kearns, Utah. In order to avoid a second cancellation, the Pete Olsen Memorial Track Meet in Big Piney was rescheduled from March 23 to March 21 to avoid a...

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    March 28, 2018

Track successful at Utah meet

After starting the season with a small local meet in Big Piney the Green River High School track team traveled south to compete with 22 other teams in the Utah High School Track Coaches Association 2018 Outdoor Track Meet in West Jordan, Utah...

 

Our View: Regulation should be considered

One of the unfortunate truths about gun violence and school shootings is they won’t be going away, regardless of what measures are taken to prevent them. For us and many others, that is a hard truth to swallow. No matter what can be done,...

 
 By Kerry Drake    Opinion    March 28, 2018

Let the sunshine in

When Republican state legislators caucus, they convene the numbers and the power to determine Wyoming law, and they do so behind closed doors. That is a choice. They could, if they wanted, allow the public to observe the deliberations that de facto...  Website

 

Senior sewing class starts new project

Focusing on new humanitarian projects is something the sewing group at the Golden Hour Senior Center makes a priority. Every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., including a break for lunch, the sewing...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    People    March 28, 2018

Doll makes debut at GR library

Her name is Samantha and lived in New York in 1904. Samantha is the fourth American Girl doll on loan in the Sweetwater County Library's collection, joining Kaya, Kit and Josephina. The American Girl...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    People    March 28, 2018

Library volunteer group forms in Green River

Micki Gilmore wants to help the library she’s loved and worked at. Gilmore was a librarian at the Sweetwater County Library in Green River and was instrumental in developing a number of beloved libr...

 

Students use beat buckets to make music

Tap, tap, tap, tap. This was the sound coming from one of Harrison Elementary School's rooms Thursday afternoon. The students in music teacher James Themig's class were playing on beat buckets, which...

 

County positions questioned

The future of the chief deputy positions at the county level is still up for discussion. The issue came up when the Sweetwater County Commissioners were discussing whether or not to approve a request...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    City    March 28, 2018

Mayor plans re-election campaign

Pete Rust announced he plans to seek a second term as Green River’s mayor Tuesday afternoon. Rust said he wants to see some of the work started during his term through to the end, believing that...

 

Show inspires man to help

When Mike Bond was watching a Facebook series he never thought it would translate into him wanting to start a nonprofit organization, but it did. The show Mike was watching was called "Returning the...

 

Woman pleaded not guilty to child abuse case

A woman accused of child abuse after allegedly choking a child under 16 years of age could face prison time. Joanna Stephenson, 28, of Green River, appeared in the Third District Court of Judge...

 

James William Murray

James William Murray, 65, passed away March 21, 2018, at his home in Green River following a lengthy illness. Murray was a resident of Green River for the past 41 years and was a former resident of...

 

Joanne Conroy

Joanne Conroy, 56, of Green River, passed away March 20, 2018, at her home. She was a longtime resident of Green River and a former resident of Rock Springs. Conroy died following a sudden illness....

 

Lorna Jean Callas

Lorna Jean Callas, 62, of Rock Springs, passed away March 23, 2018, at her home surrounded by family, following a courageous battle of brain cancer. She has been a resident of Rock Springs since 1975...

 

Loretta M. Siler

Loretta M. Siler of Green River, 69, passed away at her home in West Virginia. She is preceded in death by both parents and five siblings. She is survived by four siblings, four children, nine...

 

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