Articles from the October 6, 2022 edition
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Raising awareness all month
October is a month set aside for raising awareness for a variety of causes, many of which were recognized this week through events and public proclamations. The Green River City Council meeting Tuesda... Full story
GR shares sixth penny tax info
With absentee voting for this year’s general election having begun on September 23, 2022, the City of Green River is sharing information to help residents understand the proposals within the Specific Purpose Tax initiative that will be included on... Full story
Rosemary Callas, 84, passed away on September 22, 2022 in Phoenix, Arizona. Mrs. Callas was a life-long resident of Rock Springs, Wyoming. She was born October 18, 1937 in Rock Springs, Wyoming; the... Full story
Carlas "Carlo" S. Harryman
Carlas Shado Harryman passed away September 21, 2022, at the University Hospital in Salt Lake City Utah. Carlo passed peacefully surrounded by his family. Carlo was born February 26, 1979 in Elkhart... Full story
WWI: Rock Springs man died in overseas conflict
A Rock Springs soldier was among the Americans killed in Russia in a little-known chapter in U.S. military history. World War I began in August of 1914, with the Triple Entente of Britain, France,... Full story
Lifelong learning: Releasing your pressure valve
I am back! Some of you might not have even noticed or missed me, but some of you may have noticed I haven’t written in a few months. In fact, I have been asked by some people why they hadn’t seen any new articles in the paper or on my website in...
Green River Police Department reports for Sept. 22 - 30
Green River Police Department reports for Sept. 22 At 6:33 p.m., officers responded to a report of a nuisance animal on Boulder Drive. Officers located the barking dog and attempted to make contact at the residence. Officers posted a notice on the... Full story
We're all mad here: Western presents "Alice in Wonderland"
When theatergoers head to Western Wyoming Community College for the Performing Arts Department's first production of the fall semester, they may feel like they've fallen down the rabbit hole along...
Sheriff's office K9 unit hosts certification training
The sheriff's office is sharing a message of gratitude to its community sponsors after recently hosting its third annual K9 certification and training event. Sheriff's office spokesperson, Deputy... Full story
New hospitalist joins Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County staff
A fourth hospitalist has joined the Hospital Medicine team at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. Dr. Ahmad Bashirimoghaddam, D.O., joins hospitalist Dr. Alicia Gray, a Rock Springs native; hospit... Full story
Cody Broncs dominate the Wolves
The Green River Wolves took the five-hour, 300-mile trip north this past Friday to take on the two-time defending State champion Cody Broncs, who are 4-0 this season, on their home field on...
Volleyball beats Sheridan and loses to Star Valley
The Lady Wolves Volleyball team had two games last week against Sheridan and Star Valley. Coming from a tough loss the week before against Jackson, the girls showed a lot of integrity and had control...
Swimmers stay strong even with tough competition
The Lady Wolves faced two tough teams last week and proved again how competitive they can be. The girls may have lost to Cheyenne Central, but they came back and won the meet against Laramie. Anytime...
Boys and Girls Cross Country competes in Evanston
The Green River High School boys and girls Cross Country teams competed at the Evanston Invitational this past weekend against teams from Evanston and Lyman and a few competitors from Manila, Utah....
Military academy closure draws concern
CHEYENNE – The unexpected closure of a military-like academy for Wyoming high schoolers in Guernsey drew concern and sadness, sentiments that were universally expressed among all of the stakeholders who reacted to the disclosure. Some thought...
Governor eyes affordable housing
CASPER — Gov. Mark Gordon’s office wants to put $25 million in American Rescue Plan Act dollars toward affordable housing. The office is preparing to submit a funding proposal to the State Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee, policy...
Barrasso, Lummis and Cheney Urge Environmental Protection Agency to Work with WY Town on Spring Water Issue
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis (both R-WY) and Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) urging the EPA to work with the town of Afton and Wyoming Department of En... Full story