Articles from the April 6, 2023 edition
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RMP plan speeds up gas conversion at Jim Bridger, focuses on renewables and nuclear
Rocky Mountain Power continues its quest for net zero emissions, which will have impacts locally as the company seeks to convert the four units at the Jim Bridger Power Plant to natural gas by 2030.... Full story
Our View: Unwelcome pranks
Saturday was April Fools’ Day, an informal holiday filled with pranks, lies, and jokes. Many people enjoy the day and its custom of pranking other people as a time for harmless fun. The key, however, is in the word “harmless.” While it almost...
Working toward energy and economic diversification
Written March 31 Today’s news that Rocky Mountain Power will all but abandon coal powered electrical generation in Wyoming by 2030 is unwelcome, but not unexpected. Rocky Mountain Power has to make business decisions based on what they believe is... Full story
Green River Police Department reports for March 21 - March 31
March 21 At 11:50 a.m., officers were dispatched to the Bus Barn at 350 Monroe Avenue for a report of a bus light violation that occurred near the intersection of Jensen Street and Bramwell Street. Officers gathered information and completed a... Full story
Master Gardeners host Houseplant and Seed Swap
Despite the long winter, warmer weather will come eventually, and many Sweetwater County residents are already looking forward to starting their gardens, or at least continuing to care for indoor...
Local girl wrestlers place at Nationals in Des Moines, Iowa
Two girls from Green River competed at the Twin Rivers Girls National Duals in Des Moines, Iowa on March 31 through April 2. To compete at nationals, the girls had to qualify to compete in the... Full story
Lady Wolves dominate Lady Wranglers
The Green River High School Girls Soccer team played a game against the Pinedale Wranglers last Friday. When the game began, the girls were a little nervous and you could see it in their passes and...
Boys and girls Track and Field team takes fourth in Utah
The Green River High School Boys and Girls Track and Field teams caught a break in the weather this past Saturday, April 1, to travel a short distance south to Vernal, Utah for the 2023 Uintah Invitational Track meet. The meet was hosted by Uintah...
Wolves soccer has victorious win against Pinedale
It was a team effort for the Green River Wolves during the victorious win against the Pinedale Wranglers last Friday. Braxton Cordova made five goals during the game, along with Stone Rubeck with two...
Weather takes toll on softball games for Lady Wolves
Snow, go away! It's hard to play softball with the snow that has been dumping in Wyoming. It's been frustrating for the Green River Lady Wolves that their games keep getting canceled. Green River was...
Grizzly mama of the Tetons sets out to break a record
She's 27 years old, reputed for being a stellar mother and knows her way around a crowd. If you live in Jackson Hole she might be your nosy neighbor. Regardless, her olfactory senses are...