Articles from the September 30, 2020 edition

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County COVID numbers remain low

Monday marked the 200th day since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in Wyoming and while state’s confirmed numbers have steeply increased to nearly 1,100 as of Monday, Sweetwater County’s...

 

Walk aims to raise domestic violence awareness

Whitney Sewell was described as a sociable, driven women with dreams of being an entrepreneur, loving to plan celebrations for friends and family. She loved her family and looked forward to what the...

 

City continues receiving insurance estimates

The city is still working to receive damage estimates from the Labor Day storm that uprooted trees and damaged roofs throughout Green River. According to Steve Core, communications administrator for the city, said it has only received two estimates...

 

Donald Munoz

Donald Munoz, 74, passed away on Friday, September 25, 2020 at Mission at Castle Rock in Green River, Wyoming. He was a resident of Green River for over 50 years and former resident of California. Mr....

 

Mary Katheryn Salas

Mary Katheryn Salas, 75, passed away on Saturday, September 26, 2020 at her home. When Mary was one years old she and her family moved to Green River, Wyoming from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in a 1929 Mo...

 

Orin Lance Blasi

Orin Lance Blasi, 42, passed away Thursday, September 24, 2020 at his home in Green River, Wyoming. He was born June 11, 1978 in Rock Springs, Wyoming; the son of Paul Dennis Blasi and Betty May...

 

Our view: Ignoring health guideline will cause spike

Conservative groups throughout Wyoming have been pushing resolutions to county commissioners which would push back on the state’s health orders and cite a person’s ability to make their own decisions regarding their health and precautions to...

 

Game time: Trying to discover the killer lurking "Among Us"

Being alone isn’t nearly as bad as having someone else follow you through the darkened corridors. You know there are impostors amongst your group, but you’re never exactly sure of who they are....

 

Library exhibits quilts

There is something appealing about quilts -- maybe it is the bright colors or intricate patterns that draw the eye. Several pieces of quilted art are on display in the annual Sweetwater Quilters Open Exhibit at White Mountain Library now through...

 

Greater Little Mountain Area still at risk of special interests

Over the years, I have been fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to show mayors, county commissioners, Governor (Mark) Gordon and other elected leaders and stakeholders around one of my favorite places in the world -- the Greater Little Mount...

 

Tennis team ends season in Gillette

The Green River High School tennis teams finished state outside the top three in 4A, but fought hard in their last competitions of the season. The Lady Wolves finished fourth overall, while the...

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    September 30, 2020

Wolves win thrilling conference opener

The Green River Wolves traveled to Evanston this past Friday and came away with a close hard fought 23-20 victory. With the exception of too many penalty yards the Wolves showed the promise that all who know the athletes on the team have been...

 

GRHS swimmers continue qualifying

The Green River High School girls swimming and diving team are at the midway point of their season and are well on their way towards accomplishing their team goal of more than 20 state qualifiers....

 

Cowboy football will happen this year

CASPER — Wyoming football is officially back. So is the rest of the Mountain West. After a week of various media reports, statements from university administrators and state officials, and rampant speculation, the Mountain West has become the third...

 

Longtime hospital CNO retires

Kristy Nielson once took care of a young woman whose virus left her unable to walk. The woman was a patient in the nursing unit of the hospital in which Nielson worked. "I and the others on the health...

 

LMS student to appear on public lands podcast

A Green River student will appear on a podcast produced by Wyoming Public Media and the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Molly Stanton, 13, a student at Lincoln Middle School, joins two students from...

 

Hospital aims to stop sepsis

Sepsis is the body’s extreme response to an infection. It is life-threatening and, without timely treatment, can rapidly lead to tissue damage, organ failure and death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is a...

 

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