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Articles from the September 26, 2018 edition

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 By Pete Rust    Sports    September 26, 2018

Wolves fall to Braves in Star Valley

The Wolves hit the road for the second week in a row to take on the always tough Star Valley Braves in their conference opener Friday, but ended with a difficult 31-0 shutout in favor of the Braves....

 

Volleyball team sweeps Jackson at home

The Lady Wolves volleyball team won one against Jackson and lost one to Evanston last week. The Green River High School Lady Wolves volleyball team fought hard Thursday while on the road, but they sti...

 

Golf team sees improvement throughout season

Green River High School’s golf team saw improvement during its season, with many of its golfers playing in the 90-95 range, according to assistant coach Mike Baker. “Last year, it was hard to...

 

Tennis season ends in Gillette

The Wolves had a good run during the tennis season. The girls team took fifth while the boys placed ninth and the teams came home with a few players making the All-State list. The teams competed in...

 

Girls swim team remains strong

The Lady Wolves swimming team continued to showcase their skills this past week at Big Piney and Evanston. The Green River High School Lady Wolves swimming team took first in Evanston Saturday and...

 

Our View: Airport request should be approved

We are hoping the Sweetwater County Commission will reconsider Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport General Manager Devon Brubaker’s request for $711,111 to fund the design phase of the commercial terminal project. We know making a decision like...

 

Bank decision pits state against progress

Bank of the West is not unique in the clean-energy course that it has decided upon. Lots of other organizations and companies have made similar declarations. Most of the Ivy League has been divesting from fossil fuels for years, the Catholic Church...

 

Celebration starts Saturday

Any 150th anniversary is worthy of a celebration and Green River’s will take place Saturday near the Union Pacific Depot. Starting at 10 a.m., the city, along with the chamber of commerce, Green...

 

Exploitation charges to be dismissed

A Green River man who admitted to making a video of an underage girl while they were having intercourse will have a felony exploitation charge dismissed if he can complete probation. Trey Montoya,...

 

Algae blooms seen at Lost Dog

Algae blooms have been discovered at the Lost Dog area of the Flaming Gorge, prompting the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality and Wyoming Department of Health to issue an advisory for people...

 

Barbara and Charles Giesenhagen

After being apart for just over a year, Barbara Giesenhagen joined her husband, Charles (Chuck), in Heaven Sept. 16, 2018. Charles passed away after battling health issues for the previous 20 years Ma...

 

David Murl Clark

David Murl Clark, 67, of Rock Springs passed away at his home Sept. 19, 2018 after a lengthy illness. He was born Oct. 27, 1950, in East Liverpool, Ohio, the son of Joseph Murl Clark and Catherine Mar...

 

Cara "Suzanne" Storrer

Cara "Suzanne" Storrer passed away Sept. 15, 2018, in Marriott, Slaterville, Utah. She was born in Pinebluff, Ark., July 21, 1963, to Chuck and Nina Welch Ross. Suzanne married Ted Storrer and had...

 

Harold George Hueller

Harold George Hueller, 71, passed away after a lengthy illness and surrounded by his family at Sageview Care Center Sept. 24, 2018, in Rock Springs. He was born in Sheboygan, Wisc., Oct. 11, 1946, to...

 

Shirley Gasperetti

Shirley Gasperetti, 88, of Reliance passed away Sept. 17, 2018, at the Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. A longtime resident of Reliance and former resident of Saudi Arabia, Gasperetti died...

 

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