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New bank selected for county

Commerce Bank has been selected by the county treasurer as the bank Sweetwater County will put its depositories in. At the Sweetwater County Commissioners’ meeting Tuesday morning, county treasurer...

 

County checks used in scam

The Sweetwater County Treasurer’s Office is the target of a scam involving fraudulent checks sent to people across the country. As of Tuesday, six checks have been cashed, totaling $15,400. The...

 

Councilman seeks senate seat

Independent candidate Ted Barney has officially announced his candidacy for Senate District 13. Barney, currently a Green River City Councilman, is running against incumbent Democrat John Hastert and...

 

Airport commercial plan tabled

It’s still up in the air as to whether or not the county will support the airport moving forward on a commercial terminal study. After a lengthy discussion at the Sweetwater County Commissioners...

 

Timothy Edward Musbach

Timothy Edward Musbach, 64, passed away Sept. 12, 2018, in his home. He was a lifelong resident of Green River. Musbach was born Sept. 24, 1953, son of John William Musbach and Edna Elnora... Full story

 

John J. Radosevich

John J. Radosevich, 83, of Rock Springs, died May 9, 2015, at Canyon Creek Memory Care in Billings, Mont. He was born on Feb. 16, 1932, in Rock Springs, the son of Walter Radosevich and Matilda Eskra...

 

Georgia Marye Radosevich

Georgia Marye Radosevich, 83, passed away at Butterfly Homes in Billings, Mont., Nov.16, 2017. She was a beautiful person, inside and out. She always had a minute to brighten everyone's day....

 

Louie J. Veesart

Louie J. Veesart, 63, of Rock Springs, passed away Sept. 14, 2018, at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County after a sudden illness. He was born May 27, 1955, in Great Bend, Kan., the son of Lawrence...

 

Our View: Anatomy of an opinion page

What is an editorial? What is a letter to the editor or a guest column? Is there even a difference? Lately, we’ve taken notice to some confusion amongst the different items found on this page and as such, we decided to help clarify what it is you...

 

Playing with Power: The doctor is in

“Now you’re playing with power!” Nintendo always pushed the idea of its Nintendo Entertainment System as a powerful game system. At the time it was cutting edge technology, but compared to now,...

 

See something, say something

The rescue of an 83-year-old man who had fallen ill, the lifesaving discovery of a victim of violent crime on the side of a road, and the arrest of a man found in the act of burglarizing a business: what do these things have in common? They were all...

 

GR seniors learn the basics of cell phone use

On Monday, seniors were learning the basics of how to operate their smart phones. This month, Western Wyoming Community College employee Jen Stone, is teaching a class every Monday at 10 a.m. This...

 

Ham radio convention visits RS

For quite possibly the first time, Southwest Wyoming hosted the ham radio conference on this side of the state. Rick Breininger, president of the Sweetwater Amateur Radio Club, said as far as he knows...

 

Computer science event set for Saturday

School children who want to learn more about computer science will not want to miss out on hours of fun this Saturday. WyoCSZone is hosting a computer science event at the Sweetwater Events Complex Sa...

 

Actors' Mission to put on play

Actors’ Mission will present “Kicking a Dead Horse” by Sam Shepard on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and Sept. 27 and 28 with a matinee on Sept. 30. Evening performances start at 7 p.m. and the matinee starts at 2 p.m. The performances will...

 

Swimmers take top spot at home

The Lady Wolves swim team took advantage of the comfort a home pool can offer and came out on top. The Green River High School Lady Wolves swimming team didn't have far to travel this week when they...

 

GRHS tennis duos play well at Regionals

The high school tennis season is in its final week, with teams across Wyoming preparing for the state tournament in Gillette. Many of Green River High School’s doubles teams will have good seeding...

 

GRHS tennis duos play well at Regionals

The Lady Wolves lost two on the road this week and will need to get back to the basics if they want to improve. The Green River High School Lady Wolves volleyball team traveled to Mountain View...

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    September 19, 2018

Wolves football team routed by Trailblazers Fri.

After two home games in the friendly confines of Wolves Stadium, the Wolves took the long trip down I-80 to take on the undefeated and always tough Torrington Trailblazers. It would be a rough contest for the Wolves, who left the field with a 31-9...

 

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