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Our View: City shouldn't be paranoid

This is how the terrorists win. Last week, a man walking his dog near Green River High School prompted the school district to initiate lockout procedures at every school in Green River, except Washington Elementary School. Our fear and paranoia...

 
 By Lu Sweet    Opinion    December 9, 2015

Lifelong learning: it could have been worse

I have several little children in my house and we enjoy our evening reading time together. One of our favorite books right now is called “It Could’ve Been Worse,” by A.H. Benjamin and Tim Warnes. The book is about a little mouse who is...

 

Girls basketball team works on the basics

Head coach Rick Carroll and his girls basketball team are ready to take the court Friday evening in their first game against Star Valley. The wolves varsity team plays their first game at Green River...

 

Boys' start season at home

It's a brand new basketball season for Green River High School, with new players, and a new boys basketball coach, Laurie Ivie. The fresh varsity boys basketball team will kick off their 2015-2016...

 

Indoor track starts season Jan. 4

While a majority of the winter sports have started practices already, the indoor track team won’t be seeing any action until Jan. 4, 2016, when practice begins. Head coach Steve Boyd said indoor...

 

Swimmers prepare for their first meet

More than a week into practices, head coach Colleen Seiloff is happy with where Green River High School's boys swimming team has started their season. With 14 returning swimmers, she sees their first...

 

GRHS wrestlers seek state championship year

Green River High School wrestling got close enough to a state championship last year, they could almost taste it. At second place, the sweat of victory was one place away. This year, they intend to...

 

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