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 By David Martin    City    October 5, 2016

Green River teen dies in crash

A 17-year-old Green River High School student died in a crash on Flaming Gorge Way Monday morning According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol, Maicy Braden was driving a 2002 Chrysler 300 at the...

 
 By David Martin    County    October 5, 2016

Local candidates report spending

With almost any bid for public office, running a campaign means spending money. Candidates buy signs, advertising and mailers. Some go as far as to host parties announcing campaign kick-offs,...

 
 By David Martin    County    October 5, 2016

Cheney receives more from outside Wyo.

In the race for Wyoming’s lone House of Representatives Seat in Washington, D.C., much of the money donated has gone to Republican candidate Liz Cheney. According to the Federal Election Commission...

 

Gail A. Maynard

Gail A. Maynard passed away Oct. 3, 2016. She was born Aug. 20, 1955 and married Rick Maynard Oct. 28, 2005. They later divorced, but had a strong relationship. She loved to travel, make people... Full story

 
 By Ruth Lauritzen    City    October 5, 2016

From Katana to Covey at Monroe Intermediate

New principal at Monroe Intermediate School, Anne Marie Covey, recently took charge of a renovated building with a history that is close to her heart. The school originally opened in September of 1963 under the administration of Tony Katana, who...

 

Our View: Newspapers remain important

Newspapers across the county are celebrating National Newspaper Week, an observance usually made by printing verbose editorials celebrating the newspaper’s importance to the community it serves. We decided to take a different tactic. We decided to...

 

Notes from Town Square: October in Green River

Can you believe it is already October? Where did September go? The Green River URA/Main Street Agency finished up the Farmers’ Market season Sept. 14. We had a good season and best of all, it didn’t even rain every Wednesday like it did last...

 

Calling all Sweetwater wizards

October is the month when most think of Halloween. Over here at the Sweetwater County Library, we think of Harry Potter. For years now, we have worked hard each October to create the best, most realistic, and most fun Harry Potter party for you. We l...

 

Senator discusses flood bill, Obamacare work in Congress

In Wyoming, we know how devastating floods can be to our communities. With Senate passage of a bipartisan water bill, towns across Wyoming are one step closer to improving dam safety and better preparing for floods. Senate Passes Bill to Help Wyoming...

 

Device reveals county's nuclear past

This month’s featured artifact is a Geiger counter donated to the Sweetwater County Historical Museum by Arnold M. Hannum. Geiger counters are used to detect ionizing radiation, and similar objects have been used in the uranium mining business in...

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    October 5, 2016

Green River dominates Jackson 55-7

Following head coach Don Maggi and his staff's goals for improving each week, the Wolves put it all together Friday night on both sides of the ball as their offense rolled to another impressive...

 
 By David Martin    Sports    October 5, 2016

Wolves tennis ends its season on a high note

The Green River High School tennis teams ended their season in Gillette during the weekend, finishing with great showings in both the boys and girls divisions. The boys team finished third overall,...

 
 By David Martin    Sports    October 5, 2016

Lady Wolves struggle at home

The Lady Wolves Volleyball team had a rough afternoon at home against the Lady Plainsmen from Laramie High School. Green River was defeated, dropping three sets to Laramie, 25-22, 25-17 and 25-19....

 
 By David Martin    Sports    October 5, 2016

Knights receive surprise donation from Illinois

A surprise donation to the Green River Knights American Legion baseball team came as a result of an article published by the American Legion. Saturday, the Tom Whitmore Post No. 28 gave a $200 check...

 
 By Staff Report    People    October 5, 2016

Golden Hour will host Smart Driver Safety Course

Golden Hour Senior Center is offering a Smart Driver Safety Course to help older drivers stay safe, educated and confident behind the wheel. Everyone can benefit from a refresher course that helps them stay current with the rules of the road. With...

 
 By Staff Report    People    October 5, 2016

Activity the key to brain health

Staff Report Brain health could be as simple as putting your right foot in front of your left. The majority of adults 40+ are not meeting the recommended 2.5 hours of moderate to vigorous exercise per week, according to AARP’s latest healthy aging...

 
 By Staff Report    People    October 5, 2016

Association kicks off season

Staff Report The 2016-2017 concert season is the 77th year for the Sweetwater County Concert Association; and they have begun the membership campaign for the new concert season. The association is a local nonprofit group whose mission is to bring...

 
 By Staff Report    People    October 5, 2016

Students attend school wellness fair

On Sept. 28 the Sweetwater County School District No. 2 and the city of Green River held its 10-annual Wellness Fair for the K-6 students at Wolves Stadium and the Monroe Fields. The Green River High School students lead and assisted the presenters....

 

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