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Articles from the December 26, 2018 edition

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 By David Martin    City    December 26, 2018

City sees noteworthy 2018

The past year will be remembered as a landmark year for the city of Green River. The city celebrated its 150th anniversary in September, marking the occasion with a daylong festival on Railroad...


County commissioners face many challenges

It was a year of tough decisions for the Sweetwater County Commissioners. In March, the Commissioners were faced with a packed room of residents all waiting for their turn to voice support or... Full story

 By David Martin    City    December 26, 2018

Eventful year for school board

The Sweetwater County School District No. 2 Board of Trustees went though an eventful year in 2018. The board saw new members join its ranks while saying goodbye to a few familiar faces, closed a... Full story


Dixie Mada Genetti

Dixie Mada Genetti, 98, of Green River, passed away Dec. 18, 2018, at the Mission at Castle Rock Convalescent Center. She was born to Joe Widic and Pearl Philbrick Widic Zimmerman Aug. 29, 1920, in...


Our View: City, county had a great 2018

Overall, we think 2018 was a good year for Green River and Sweetwater County. Green River celebrated its 150th birthday to a celebration worthy of something that occurs once every 150 years. The city has made strides in work on the UP Depot...


Letter: Veteran does not agree with Enzi's letter

I live many miles from Green River, but I remember visiting you town back in 2013. I enjoyed the motel and the food up near the interstate. The HR299 bill, which Senator Enzi objected to, was not a new expenditure. It was simply a return of benefits...


History on display at county hospital

Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County is still celebrating the milestone it reached on Dec. 2. On that day in 1893, dedication ceremonies were held with the Masons of Rock Springs Lodge No. 12 placing the cornerstone. It was completed and opened...


Green River seniors enjoy the year

Members of the Golden Hour Senior Center sewing group kicked off 2018 by stopping by the Sweetwater County Child Developmental Center's Green River facility to donate 120 hats they made for the...


Residents make 2018 memorable

Green River residents were busy making the community proud with their dedication, hard work, creativity and volunteerism. Last year, 2018 kicked off with the Green River High School Speech and Debate...


GRHS athletes play hard in 2018

By DAVID MARTIN Editor The Green River High School athletic programs produce amazing athletes and teams year in and year out. The 2017-2018 season for high school athletics proved no different....


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