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Woman shares Christmas spirit

Spreading holiday cheer and using Christmas trees is something one Green River resident aims to do. Christmas is a special time for city employee Kristine Lessard and that's something she wants all...

 

Boys add 2 wins at tourney

While the Wolves took their first loss at the Flaming Gorge Classic, the team made a strong showing during the weekend in front the home crowds at Green River High School. The Wolves started the...

 

All-State honors given out

Nineteen Green River thespians recently received All-State honors after attending the Wyoming State Thespian Festival. Green River High School theater director Bradlee Skinner said in order to obtain...

 
 By David Martin    City    December 19, 2018

Wilson pleads guilty

A motion hearing for Green River City Councilman Allan Wilson turned into a change of plea hearing when he pleaded guilty to the charge of sexual assault of a minor in the second degree Monday...

 

GR student recognized for community project

Green River High School is proud to announce that Sydney Ferrer is the recipient of the Jostens Renaissance National Student of the Month Award for November 2018. This recognition is for a deserving student who has made an impact within their school...

 

Stanley Frolich Sr

Stanley Frolich Sr. passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side, just days before his 94th birthday. He was born in Superior to John and Johanna (Tomazavich) Frolich, where he lived...

 

Ronald LeRoy Kuhl

Ronald LeRoy Kuhl, 78, passed away Dec. 7, 2018, at his home in Eden. He was a resident of Eden for 43 years and is a former resident of California. Kuhl was born on March 29, 1940, in Oakland,... Full story

 

Clayton D. Muir

Clayton D. Muir, 58, of Manila, Utah passed away Dec. 6, 2018, at his home surrounded by his family. He was born May 29, 1960 in Ogden, Utah, the son of Rusty Muir and Lynn Lux Muir. He attended...

 

Lady Wolves pick up 2 wins, 2 losses

The Lady Wolves basketball team split the weekend with two wins and two losses at home. During the Flaming Gorge Classic basketball tournament, teams from Wyoming, Idaho and Utah came to Green River...

 

GR swimmers take 3rd at home meet

The Wolves swimming team took third and qualified a couple more swimmers this weekend while at home. On Friday and Saturday the Green River High School boys swimming team showed off their skills in fr...

 

Our View: Fulfilling gambling demand not a good idea

With the attorney general’s decision that skill games terminals are illegal and playing those machines is considered gambling under state law, residents who enjoyed playing those machines are likely out of a means to enjoy those games. Of course,...

 

Enzi responds to newspaper editorial

We owe our veterans, who have sacrificed for their country, our careful consideration of legislation that would affect them so much. The Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act is no exception. Yet the Veterans Administration continues to have serious...

 

Medicare directories are full of incorrect information

The other day came a lengthy report from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announcing worrisome findings for anyone with a Medicare Advantage plan and anyone thinking about buying one in the future. The findings are also relevant t...

 

Ice jam problems continue

Questions continue to arise regarding the ice jam near Jamestown that's impacting a few Jamestown residents. Finger pointing and claims that the U-drop diverting water into the Killdeer Wetlands in...

 

More development planned near Jamestown, golf course

With access to water opening up development west of Green River, plans for a new housing subdivision were recently submitted to the Sweetwater County Planning and Zoning office. Known as the Ranch...

 

Hospital to receive $1 million

Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County will receive $1 million from the county to help pay for a central plant upgrade project. During the Sweetwater County Commissioners meeting Tuesday morning, the...

 

Zone change for proposed truck stop approved

Residents are one step closer to seeing a new truck stop in Sweetwater County. Tuesday, the Sweetwater County Commissioners approved a zone change for two parcels west of Jamestown. The commissioners...

 

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