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 By David Martin    City    October 17, 2018 

College program offered at GRHS

A cooperative program between Green River High School and Western Wyoming Community College aims to help students complete their first year of college by the time they graduate. The middle college...

 
 By David Martin    City    October 17, 2018 

Work continues on Tomahawk

With a dry hole dug and a contract for the elevator in place, work continues on the historic Tomahawk building in downtown Green River. Marty Carollo, a representative of Green River Opportunities...

 

Station fire undetermined

It’s been about one month since a bin fire at the Green River Solid Waste Transfer Station took place and the city isn’t sure when the station will be up and running. Public works director Mark...

 

Man sentenced for voyeurism

A man who pleaded guilty to making inappropriate videos of women in restrooms, at their homes or at public events, will serve more than a decade in prison. Ryan Michael Flaten, 28, Green River,...

 
 By David Martin    City    October 10, 2018

Washington seeks Title 1 status

Sweetwater County School District No. 2 may have another Title 1 school in Washington Elementary School. Tuesday night, the school board approved a request to allow Washington Elementary School to...

 
 By David Martin    City    October 3, 2018

Department seeks funding

The Green River Fire Department is seeking grant funds to provide firefighters with a drug overdose-treating nasal spray and potentially a new pumper truck. The Green River City Council approved...

 
 By David Martin    City    October 3, 2018

Depot garners more interest

While the interior is almost completely gutted, residents still lined up for a tour of the Union Pacific Depot building Saturday. The tours gave visitors a chance to look a portions of a building...

 
 By David Martin    City    October 3, 2018

Commemorative UP locomotive visits GR

While Green River celebrated its 150th anniversary Saturday, residents were able to check out one of the Union Pacific’s commemorative locomotives. Locomotive 1943, The Spirit, was brought to Green...

 
 By David Martin    City    October 3, 2018

City's history put in Congressional record

The history of Green River was introduced into the congressional record prior to the city’s 150th anniversary celebration Saturday. U.S. Senator John Barrasso read a version of the city’s history...

 

Celebration starts Saturday

Any 150th anniversary is worthy of a celebration and Green River’s will take place Saturday near the Union Pacific Depot. Starting at 10 a.m., the city, along with the chamber of commerce, Green... Full story

 

Exploitation charges to be dismissed

A Green River man who admitted to making a video of an underage girl while they were having intercourse will have a felony exploitation charge dismissed if he can complete probation. Trey Montoya,...

 

Councilman seeks senate seat

Independent candidate Ted Barney has officially announced his candidacy for Senate District 13. Barney, currently a Green River City Councilman, is running against incumbent Democrat John Hastert and...

 

Trial to take place in GR

Green River Councilman Allan D. Wilson was going to ask the court for a change of venue for his upcoming trial, but when the hearing started he withdrew the motion. Wilson is charged with one felony...

 

Fire halts service

A Thursday night fire at the Green River Solid Waste Transfer Station resulted in facility being closed for an unknown amount of time and the city scrambling to find a way to provide temporary...

 

Hall of fame inductees honored

Some of Green River High School’s most accomplished alumni were honored Friday night during the annual Green River High School Hall of Fame recognition and induction ceremony. Taking place at halfti...

 
 By Staff Report    City    September 5, 2018

Former mayor dies Thurs.

A former Green River resident and longtime mayor of the city died Thursday at his home in Laramie. Richard Waggener was born in Green River Jan. 24, 1930, and would become a key member of the community before leaving the city in 1988. Waggener was el...

 

Mom charged with child abuse

A scuffle over a bag of chips and some dip has led to a mother being charged with two counts of child abuse. Cory E. McCoy, 31, of Green River recently appeared in the Third District Court of Judge...

 

Change of venue sought

Green River Councilman Allan Wilson is seeking a change of venue for a trial to take place on two counts of alleged sexual abuse of a minor citing there is no way he could have a fair trial in...

 
 By David Martin    City    August 29, 2018

Food program evolves over 9 years

Nine years has meant a world of difference to Sweetwater County School District No. 2’s Nutrition Services department. Linda Martin, director of nutrition services, discussed the program’s growth...

 

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