Articles from the June 22, 2023 edition
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Love's sewage solutions
Since the original septic system failed and the county commissioners didn't approve a proposed system that would put treated effluent into the river, Love's Travel Stop has been finding solutions to...
Wild horses on display at Vistors Center
The Green River Visitors Center has a couple representatives from Wyoming's wild horse herds living on site this summer. The two horses are part of an annual summer tradition at the center, which...
An open letter of thanks to Wyoming Arts Council Director Michael Lange
They say that change is the only constant thing in the universe, but Michael Lange’s upcoming departure from the Wyoming Arts Council will be one of those changes that will be felt by all! We appreciate Michael’s dedication and hard work of... Full story
Green River Police Department reports for June 13 - 18
Green River Police Department reports for June 13 At 8:51 a.m., officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of Hitching Post Drive and Shoshone Avenue and issued the driver a verbal warning for an alleged registration violation. At 8:52 a.m.,... Full story
Pride events welcome everyone, draw crowds
Rainbow flags waved freely throughout Sweetwater County the last two weekends, with "Pride in the Park" hosted by Green River PFLAG last Saturday in Evers Park and the first Rock Springs Pride Fest...
Rising water levels at Flaming Gorge threaten unattended travel trailers
If you’re planning to leave your camper or RV for a few days to reserve a good camping spot near the shoreline of Flaming Gorge, beware that water levels at the reservoir are currently up over eight feet from one year ago. A high amount of... Full story
Still having fun: Businesses host events in place of Flaming Gorge Days
When it was announced that this year's Flaming Gorge Days was canceled, many people's first reaction was disappointment. But for some, the disappointment was quickly replaced by determination.... Full story
Knights compete at Father's Day Tournament in Powell
The Green River Knights traveled to Powell to compete in the Father's Day Tournament over the weekend. The Knights are an extremely young team this year but are fighting their way through the games...
TransWest Express poised to expand reach of Wyo renewables
After 15 years of planning and permitting, construction will begin this year on the TransWest Express high-voltage transmission line - a milestone expansion of Wyoming's electric power export...
Gillette woman finds new purpose in life thanks to alpacas and their manure
GILLETTE - Two years ago, Heidi Nation was looking for a purpose in life. She had moved out to the Oriva Hills subdivision in the spring of 2021 after years of living in Gillette. "We came out here,...
Retired officer driving across country for veterans
KEMMERER - Cpt. Scott Montefusco is driving down the road in a restored 1952 Korean War Willys Jeep, with a picture of Horatio Nelson Jackson - the first person to travel across the United States in...
'Someone else is in charge of the lighting'; Yellowstone stars in new stamp
CANYON VILLAGE - Photographer Kenneth Keifer nearly missed both shots. But persistence paid off and serendipity kissed the Mooresville, Indiana resident, enabling him to get stunning photographs of...
Gordon calls proposed BLM conservation rule 'boneheaded'
CHEYENNE (WNE) — On Thursday, Gov. Mark Gordon provided testimony to the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources regarding the Bureau of Land Management’s Conservation and Landscape Health proposed rule and in favor of a bill to withdraw that r... Full story