Articles from the September 14, 2023 edition
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Books are only a problem if our kids can read
There has been a major dust-up over the past year or so about the materials available to our children in our school libraries and even our county libraries. While I do not condone or believe that our school libraries are an appropriate place for...
Green River Police Department reports for Aug. 30 - Sept. 5
Aug. 30 At 4:33 p.m., officers responded to Smiths at 905 Bridger Drive for a report of a two-vehicle collision. It was reported both vehicles were backing out at the same time and collided. Officers met with the drivers and completed an incident... Full story
GR native joins Desert View Eye Care
A Green River native who set his sights on home again is now ready to help the community with their sight. Dr. Amasa Mecham has joined Dr. Jeffrey Wilson's team at Desert View Eye Care and will be bri...
Library System welcomes new White Mountain Library Manager
The White Mountain Library is seeing some changes with a new Library Manager. Long time staff member Sherri Angelovic has been named Library Manager at the White Mountain Library. Angelovic has... Full story
Sweetwater County Birth Announcements
Brent Stewart and Sydney Jenkins of Rock Springs welcomed their daughter Evie Rayne Stewart on August 12. Austin Olson and Kasey Crofutt of Green River welcomed their son Andrew Michael Olson on August 15. Andrew and Chayli Anderson of Green River we... Full story
Lady Wolves dual Lander, compete in Powell
The Green River Lady Wolves Swimming and Diving team traveled to Lander on Friday to dual against the Lander Tigers. Lander was the State Champion last year, beating Green River by 44 points, so it was very exciting to see how Green River would...
Cross Country team sees exciting wins
The Green River High School Cross Country team has been working hard on getting faster and has seen both some exciting wins and tough competition in the last few weeks. "The girls have been doing real...
Lady Wolves victorious against Rock Springs Tigers
The Lady Wolves took down the Rock Springs Tigers, winning three of the five games played on Thursday in Green River. All five of the games were intense and the scores were very close. In the first...
Wolves hope to learn from mistakes after losing to Rawlins
Fresh off a first-game victory over Lander, the Green River Wolves hit the road for their second game of the season, taking on the Rawlins Outlaws this past Friday night. The game matched two teams with similar size and numbers, though Rawlins had a...
Tennis faces multiple opponents during busy week
The Green River Girls and Boys Tennis teams had an extremely busy week this past week. They played Rock Springs at home Tuesday, traveled to Laramie Thursday to play Torrington, then came back to...
MHSC receives UW Nursing award, hosted five UW BRAND students this past year
Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County recently was honored with the 2023-24 University of Wyoming Community Partner award from the Basic BSN and BRAND nursing programs of the UW Fay W. Whitney Schoo... Full story