Articles from the June 1, 2023 edition
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Honoring both the living and the dead
When Memorial Day begins at midnight, all American flags and state flags across the country are lowered to half-staff. At noon, the flags are referred to full staff. "I think it's important for...
Proposed budget outlines city priorities
The budget currently under consideration by the Green River City Council details the city’s priorities for the coming year and beyond. The budget maintains a commitment to community organizations...
Green River Fire Department responds to two-story house fire
At approximately 5 a.m. Monday morning, the Green River Fire Department, along with Green River Police Department and Castle Rock Ambulance, was dispatched to a report of smoke around the area of... Full story
Senators comment on Supreme Court ruling
U.S. Senators John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) and Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) recently released statements applauding the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency Case. The Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of the petitioners,... Full story
Letter to the Editor: Protect Wyoming wildlife
Dear Editor, This crazy winter, coupled with highways and industrial development that have dismembered habitat and disrupted wildlife corridors, has resulted in the death of us to 75% of the pronghorn in Western Wyoming. Mule Deer have also suffered...
Green River Police Department reports for May 23 - 29
Green River Police Department reports for May 23 At 7:46 a.m., officers responded to Colorado Drive for a report of possible property damage. Officers met with an individual who requested a trespass warning be issued to the individual. Officers met... Full story
A down-to-earth musical: The Horizon Theater presents "Ordinary Days"
Musicals aren't always seen as "realistic," since people typically don't burst into song in their daily lives or sing every conversation. However, despite being completely sung through with no spoken...
Sweetwater Regional Cancer Center receives donations
Scout troop donates blankets and care packages The Sweetwater Regional Cancer Center recently was gifted a generous donation of 48 blankets, care packages, and port pillows for patients from the Boy... Full story
Green River Knights swing into new season
The Green River Knights' season started on May 2 with a game against the Post 24 Stallions. The Knights lost the game with a final score of 2-3. The Knights played the Post 24 Stallions again on May 8...
Western Wyoming Karate Championships hosted by Pineda's Kenpo Karate
The 42nd Annual Western Wyoming Karate Championships were hosted by Pineda's Kenpo Karate at the Green River Recreation Center on May 13, 2023. The championships hosted 183 competitors from Wyoming, U... Full story
Friendships, inspiration on display at Special Olympics games
GILLETTE - Dozens of athletes were at the Thunder Basin High School track Friday afternoon, running, walking, throwing and rolling. Jordi Stewart, 9, ran to grab a Powerade for Lander Special...
Towns face chicken-and-egg dilemma with nuclear project needs
KEMMERER- When a 16-inch diameter ductile-iron municipal water pipeline failed this spring, a crew dug in for repairs. They found that the 40-year-old line was so brittle that repressuring it after...