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Craft fair has almost everything

From hats, scarfs, purses and handmade knick knacks to rocks, soap, jewelry and candles. The Golden Hour Senior Center's Craft Fair had a little bit of everything. On Friday evening and Saturday, the... Full story

 

GRHS Speech and Debate Team takes 4th

Another road trip produced another fourth-place finish for the speech and debate team. The Green River High School Speech and Debate team traveled to Cheyenne this past weekend to compete in Cheyenne...

 

Our View: West is the city's future

The area west of Green River, past Jamestown, is poised to explode with development in the next few years. A Love’s Travel Stop is going through the permitting process and should that project come to fruition, it wouldn’t be hard to see other...

 

What the puck?

No one can argue that safety is a priority concern when a school has an active shooter on its grounds. One university is pioneering a rather unique approach to helping students and faculty remain...

 
 By Tom Gagnon    Opinion    December 5, 2018

Recollections of the election

Running for an elective office is something I had never pictured myself doing. I’ve even looked down on politicians as somewhat less than human. Then one day I read something written by the Sweetwater County Conservation District (SWCCD), in...

 

Candice "Candy" Ann Long

Candice "Candy" Ann Long, 68, of Rock Springs, passed away Nov. 29, 2018, at her home. She was a former resident of Eden for 30 years. She was born July 15, 1950, in Newcastle, the daughter of...

 

James Rees Radden

James Rees Radden was born Sept. 30, 1937, in Ainsworth, Neb., to Warren and Helen Radden.James passed away peacefully Nov. 26, 2018, at 81 years of age, after a short struggle with ALS. On March 18,...

 

Margaret Ann DePoyster Perry

Margaret Ann DePoyster Perry, 75, passed away Nov. 30, 2018, at her home in Rock Springs following a lengthy illness. She was a resident of Rock Springs for 40 years and was a former resident of...

 

Hospital needs work done

In what County Commissioner John Kolb described as “critical” to the Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County’s operations, the Sweetwater County Commission is moving forward with the process to...

 

Sixth-penny projects questioned

Three streets have still not had improvements completed to them that are covered by the sixth-penny sales tax and one resident wanted to know why. During the Green River City Council meeting last... Full story

 

Representing Wyo. through music

Playing an instrument is what allowed 13 Green River students to make their way across the country to perform in front of massive crowds and see national landmarks and monuments. Members of the Green... Full story

 

Christmas exhibit displayed

The Sweetwater County Historical Museum has a Christmas exhibit on display to celebrate the season. Museum director Brie Blasi said the display was finished Friday afternoon and is comprised of a...

 

Wolves return to the court

The boys basketball team will lean on its leadership to have a good season this year. "Our seniors work together like a well-oiled machine," head coach Laurie Ivie said. "Together, they make each... Full story

 

Wrestlers prep for Evanston tourney

Head wresting coach Josh Wisniewski is looking forward to the upcoming wrestling season. While Wisniewski admits he doesn't have anyone competing at the heavy weight division this year, he's confident...

 

The Lady Wolves are ready

The Lady Wolves basketball team has been hitting the courts for the past couple of weeks to prepare for the season. "We have a lot of girls that have come out to play basketball this year," head...

 

Indoor track: building better athletes

For head indoor track coach Dan Hansen, the upcoming season isn’t about winning a state championship. Hansen said he wants the team to improve on its performance last year at State, when the Wolves...

 

Flaming Gorge Classic scheduled

The upcoming Flaming Gorge Classic Basketball Tournament is sure to bring excitement to Green River’s basketball fans Dec. 13-15. The Green River High School athletics office released a schedule for the tournament Friday morning and will pit the...

 

Ready to make a splash

The Green River Wolves swimming team is training hard for their first meet. Diving and assistant coach Rick Barker said this year there are about 26 swimmers and four divers who have decided to join...

 

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