Articles from the October 20, 2022 edition

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Proof in the pudding

The idiom “the proof is in the pudding” was used twice during Tuesday’s Board of County Commissioners meeting, where the commissioners heard updates on the progress of consolidation efforts in...

 By Hannah Romero    City    October 20, 2022

Candidates discuss local issues

Last week the candidates running for positions on the Green River City Council and the position of mayor gathered and discussed issues important to Green River during a political forum hosted by the...


Lorenzo "Ren" Romero

Lorenzo "Ren" Romero, 84, passed away Thursday, October 13 at his home in Rock Springs. He was a resident of Rock Springs for the first 63 years of his life and former resident of Farson for 21 years... Full story


Michael "Mike" Kelly Jett

Michael "Mike" Kelly Jett, 75, passed away Monday, October 11, 2022 at his home in Mesquite, Nevada. He was a resident of Mesquite, Nevada for the past five years and former resident of Sweetwater... Full story


Harry Scott Pierce

Harry Scott Pierce, 53, passed away Tuesday, October 11, 2022 in Wamsutter, WY. He was born on June 10, 1969 in Rawlins, WY, the son of Jerry Ray Pierce and Maude Arlayne McGuire. Scott was 1988... Full story


Ted G. Kalivas

Ted G. Kalivas, 63, passed away Monday, October 10, 2022 at Sage View Care Center in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Mr. Kalivas was a resident of Rock Springs, Wyoming for the past two years and former reside... Full story


Enjoying the fall weather

Green River residents took advantage of the warm weather Tuesday afternoon, walking along the Green Belt and enjoying the fall colors. The warm weather won't last much longer, with a strong cold... Full story


Letter to the Editor: Secretary of State needs to maintain authority

Dear Editor, Since the August 16th Primary elections some members in our Wyoming legislature are conspiring to limit the authority of the Secretary of State. I feel as if those in our State Legislature that want to do this are stripping “We The...


Green River Police Department reports for Oct. 5 - 16

Green River Police Department reports for Oct. 5 At 2:23 p.m., officers responded to an ambulance assist involving a subject causing a disturbance, being violent and damaging property on Upland Way. Officers met with the individual’s caretaker and... Full story


"Don't dream it, be it"

"Don't dream it, be it," Frank-N-Furter sings in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." Kenny Starling took this advice to heart when they decided to start their own drag theater group, The Starling... Full story


Sweetwater County Treasurer warns of potential scam

Sweetwater County Treasurer Joe M. Barbuto advises taxpayers to be aware of a potential scam circulating via U.S. Mail. A business contacted the County Treasurer’s Office to report that they had received a letter from the ‘Tax Processing Unit... Full story


Western prepares for final phase of accreditation reaffirmation

Western Wyoming Community College (Western) is in the final stage of its accreditation reaffirmation process through the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of colleges and schools. This final stage includes a student... Full story


Swimmers take on tough competition in Laramie

It was a very competitive weekend for the swimmers. The Lady Wolves traveled to Laramie for the Laramie Invitational that took place Friday and Saturday. There were 22 teams that were participating...

 By Pete Rust    Sports    October 20, 2022

Wolves fall to No. 2 ranked Star Valley

The Green River Wolves football team traveled to Star Valley to take on the second ranked, 3A, 5-2 Star Valley Braves on Senior Night for the Braves. Star Valley amassed 222 yards running the ball and 224 yards passing with their quarterback...

 By Pete Rust    Sports    October 20, 2022

Cross Country competes at Conference

Green River's boys and girls Cross Country teams competed this past week in the 3A West Conference Cross Country meet on a tough course at the Lander Golf and Country Club. Times were down a little...

 By Raena Finch    Sports    October 20, 2022

Volleyball team still improving despite challenges

To start out their week of competition, the Lady Wolves played the Evanston Red Devils. The matches were definitely intense. There were so many great rallies and plays but the Lady Wolves didn't have...


LMS volleyball wins conference

Lincoln Middle School 7th grade Volleyball team won Conference for the 2022 season on October 8th, 2022. Conference was held in Pinedale and 16 teams played in the tournament. Lincoln Middle School... Full story

 By Alex Hargrave    News    October 20, 2022

Fall spawning: Story Fish Hatchery creates conditions ideal for trout eggs to thrive

BUFFALO - If you've caught a trout in Wyoming, chances are it grew from an egg spawned at Story Fish Hatchery. Operated by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, the hatchery located just over the bor...

 By Jasmine Hall    News    October 20, 2022

Allred asks clerks to remove ballot drop boxes

CHEYENNE -Interim Secretary of State Karl Allred has moved quickly to request the removal of absentee ballot drop boxes statewide.  Three days after he was sworn into office, he sent a letter on...


Man gets jail for role in Jan. 6 riot

CASPER — A man who entered the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot after traveling from Wyoming to Washington D.C. was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in jail. A federal judge in Washington also fined Andrew Galloway $1,000 and ordered him to pay...


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