Articles from the December 24, 2019 edition

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Former governor named to Ciner board

Ciner Resource Partners LLC, the general partner of Ciner Resources LP, announced Monday that former Wyoming Governor Matthew H. Mead was appointed as a member of the board of directors of the General Partner effective Jan. 1, 2020. Governor Mead...

 

Hospital receives grant from state breast cancer initiative

For the third year in a row, Sweetwater Regional Cancer Center has received a Wyoming Breast Cancer Initiative grant. The $5,500 grant will be used in October 2020 to promote its annual Paint the Town Pink contest and an awareness event. In October...

 

All West Communications donates to Sweetwater food banks

This year, All West Communications held their annual November food drive and partnered with CoBank to provide $2,000 to each food bank in their service areas, which include the Rock Springs and Green...

 

Concerns grow for Little Mountain area

Comprising over half a million acres in southwestern Wyoming’s Sweetwater County, the Greater Little Mountain Area is one of the West’s hidden gems and home to some of the most sensitive fish and wildlife habitat in the state. As an avid...

 
 By Mike Enzi    Opinion    December 24, 2019

A year of hard work pays off in Washington, D.C.

The story of our country is often told by the decades that define it. With the end of this decade so close at hand, it can often be tempting to imagine what the last ten years will be remembered for. Or for that matter, the last year alone. For me,...

 

Boys see successes in GR

After two weeks and eight games, the Green River High School boys basketball team will continue working on refining its game as the group heads into the Christmas break. They're also looking forward...

 
 By David Martin    City    December 24, 2019

Rate increase OK'd

The Green River City Council approved a rate increased proposed by Wyoming Waste Systems, but questioned what would happen if the Council decided not to approve the request. The Council approved the i...

 

Dispute arises from records request

A dispute over a portion of a public records request made by Sen. Tom James (R-Rock Springs) has led the senator to question a delay Superintendent Jillian Balow made this week. James requested a list...

 

Package includes health care for retired Kemmerer miners

By Camille Erickson Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange CASPER — President Donald Trump signed a $1.4 trillion appropriations package Friday night, averting a government shutdown and saving health care for hundreds of retired coal miners...

 

Wrestlers compete at Wasatch Intermountain Duals in Utah

Round 1 113 - Dominic Martinez (Green River) over Thomas Dalton, Fall, 0:00 120 - Hunter Davis (Green River) over Austin Kelly, Dec., 5-2 126 - Trayson Davis over Nathan Campos (Green River), Fall, 0:48 132 - Kade Knezovich (Green River) over Noah...

 

Girls win games at Flaming Gorge Classic

The Lady Wolves had a fantastic weekend at the Flaming Gorge Classic tournament, winning the four games they competed in. The Green River High Shcool girls basketball team will have a chance to rest...

 

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