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Articles from the April 20, 2016 edition

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Police Reports

Animal control officers responded to a report of an injured deer on Andrews Street and Logan Street. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department was notified, the deer was killed and removed from the property. Animal control officers received a call of a...

 

CRRC residents enjoy performance

In a packed room, the dancers moved with grace and poise. Showing the audience all their hard work has paid off with a wonderful performance. Friday night at the Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation...

 

Senior menus/activities

Golden Hour Senior Center Menu April 21-27 Thursday - Chicken fried chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, sugar snap peas, broccoli salad, roll, red velvet cake Friday - Chili dog, fries, coleslaw, cheese and onion cup, fruit Monday - Sweet and sour,...

 

Retired Marine honored by city

A Green River Marine may have been honored by the city, but he claims one Green River volunteer is the real hero. During a recent Green River Council meeting, retired Lt. Col., Pete Bailiff was...

 

WyoCon in Rock Springs

Comic Cons are known for the costumes, the celebrities and the fun. But they're also known for being far away and expensive. Residents will not have to travel far, far away and spend a lot of money...

 

GRHS theater events scheduled

Student One-act Plays The Green River High School Theater will present A Night of Student -Directed One-Act plays. The show is scheduled to take place April 27 at 6 p.m. For these one-act plays third and fourth-year theater students select a...

 

Births

Jahkai Faron Mebane Claudia Mebane of Green River recently announced the birth of her son Jahkai Faron Mebane. He was born April 4, 2016, at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. Mason Drew Price Alyssa Guseman and Patrik Price of Rock Springs...

 

Dancers entertain seniors

Over the past two Fridays, performers from Elite Dance were entertaining residents at the Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center. Jill Boylen, owners and teacher of Elite Dance, said it is...

 

Leo Eugene Montoya, Jr.

Leo Eugene Montoya, Jr., 63, of Green River, passed away April 11, 2016 at the University of Utah Medical Center.  A longtime resident of Green River, Montoya died following a lengthy illness. He... Full story

 

Shirley Rogers

Shirley Rogers, 86, passed away April 12, 2016, Mission at Castle Rock following a three month illness. She was a lifelong resident of Rock Springs. She was born on Nov. 11, 1929, the daughter of the... Full story

 
 By David Martin    Opinion    April 20, 2016

Zen and the art of DIY

Less than a week into owning a home, I became one of those obnoxious DIYers. I can tell I’ve become obnoxious about it; my own mother spoke with me with a glazed expression on her face when I Faceti...

 

The cost of a weekly paper

One dollar can still buy a few items in today’s society. Even less items sell for less than a dollar. A dollar and some odd cents can buy a few more items. Most of these items come from a dollar...

 
 By Lillian Palmer    City    April 20, 2016

Work continues on Second South

Work on Second South started last week and residents should get used to the construction work, as it should continue throughout the year. Construction is projected to span through the summer months...

 

Our View: Working to maintain a watchful eye

A few months ago, we printed an article about the need for newspapers and journalists to keep their local governments accountable. That article was published as part of Sunshine Week, a yearly observance by many publications to show the importance...

 

Why we need digitized papers

Most people these days use at least a few types of technology, whether it be cell phones, digital cameras, high-definition televisions, remote controls, etc. We all do. We love our computers (most of the time). There are countless ads online telling...

 

Notes from Town Square: Earth Day's global significance

Earth Day is the day designated to appreciate the earth’s environment and create awareness of the issues that threaten it. Earth Day originated on April 22, 1970 by Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin. The first Earth Day celebration was inspired...

 
 By Lillian Palmer    City    April 20, 2016

Transfer station site finalized

After some feedback from Green River residents, the city Council came to a consensus at Tuesday’s meeting about the future location of the solid waste transfer station. The Council approved to keep...

 
 By Lillian Palmer    City    April 20, 2016

Villa's care focus will change

The Mission at Castle Rock Convalescent Center will see some changes in the near future. Planning and preparation for the Villa portion of the center to be converted into an assisted living facility...

 
 By David Martin    City    April 20, 2016

The lunch party of five

The image of five guys, sitting at a table having lunch together isn’t something that would raise a lot of eyebrows. If those five are elected officials serving on the same board, as is the case...

 

City plans several Earth Day events

Those who are looking for a way to celebrate Earth Day will not have to look far. All they need to do is go down to the Expedition Island pavilion between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Friday to find Earth Day...

 

Anthony Scott Hall

Anthony Scott Hall, 55, of Green River, passed away April 12, 2016 at his home. A longtime resident of Green River and former resident of Wooster, Ohio, Hall had been in ill health for the past year... Full story

 

Richard Lewis "Dusty" Whetstone

Richard Lewis "Dusty" Whetstone, 66, of Rock Springs, passed away April 17, 2016 at his home. A resident of Rock Springs for the past two years and former resident of Kershockton, Ohio, Whetstone... Full story

 
 By David Martin    Sports    April 20, 2016

Boys win in bronze bracket

The Green River High School Boys Soccer team walked away from the field as champions of the bronze bracket of the tournament Green River hosted over the weekend, but difficulties making goals...

 

Exhaustion foils Lady Wolves Sat.

The Green River High School Girls Soccer team is on a roll. It's almost midway through the season and the lady wolves are already making a name for themselves. The girls dominated the Friday games at...

 

UW hires assistant b-ball coach

University of Wyoming men's basketball head coach Allen Edwards completed his 2016-17 staff Tuesday with the hiring of Tony Pujol as an assistant coach. Pujol previously spent time at Alabama and...

 

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