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 By David Martin    People    September 12, 2019 

Kids participate in bike rodeo

While mountain bikers hit the trails along the Wilkins Peak Trail System Saturday, a few children had a chance to participate in a bicycle rodeo at Scotts Bottom Nature Area. The Lil' Dirt Devil Bike...

 

Kidney donor ready for surgery

Deciding to donate a kidney wasn't a hard decision for one Green River woman. When Rachelle Morris found out her sister's friend Jesse Laughter may need a kidney transplant, she immediately said she...

 

Activities surround football scrimmage

When the Wolves play football at home, the action is never contained to the gridiron of Wolves Stadium. While the Wolves took to the field in a scrimmage including both the Mountain View Bison and...

 

Residents enjoy weekly rides

Each week, residents at the Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center and The Villa get into the Villa's van and take a trip. During the summer months, the residents enjoy riding in the Villa's...

 

Barbershop quartet to perform

A group of four singers are going to perform "Forever Plaid" in front of a live audience this week. "Forever Plaid" is one of the most popular and successful musicals in recent history. The show is...

 

Resident ready for a kidney transplant

The day he was born, his parents knew he had a 50/50 chance of getting the disease.  Jesse Laughter, a lifelong Green River resident, always knew he had a chance of getting polycystic kidney...

 

United Way receives huge donation from Genesis Alkali Supports

Together, employees of Genesis Alkali and United Steelworkers Local 13214 raised $107,010 during their United Way of Southwest Wyoming workplace campaign for local community programs. The employee...

 

Toddler returns with crown

Wyoming's Baby Miss All American Girl, Rylie McMullan, took her talents to the national stage and came home with two awards. Rylie, an 18-month-old from Green River, recently attended the All...

 
 By David Martin    People    August 29, 2019

Boy Scouts persevere over Mother Nature

The right group of people can build anything and the members of Boy Scout Troop 312 decided they would build an A-frame structure to fly their flags at the annual Spaceport Days during the Greater...

 

Baked goods make center money

Using baked good sales to benefit an entire facility is something Green River senior citizens are doing. For several weeks, volunteers of the Golden Hour Senior Center have been selling baked goods...

 

Vietnam memorial wall arrives

The Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall Memorial is once again visiting Sweetwater County. Residents and travelers driving along Interstate 80 will have the chance to visit the memorial wall at Western...

 

Sweetwater Children's Choir program ends

After 18 years, the Sweetwater County Board of Cooperative Educational Services Children’s Honor Choir program has come to an end. SBOCES Children’s Honor Choir founder and conductor Sarah Wessel...

 

Spanish exchange student seeks GR host

ASSE International Student Exchange Programs student, Laura, from Spain, is seeking a host family in the Green River and surrounding areas. Laura has met all of the academic and character qualifications necessary to be accepted as an exchange...

 

After-school strings program to start

String instructors, Marcia Petersen and Sarah Wessel are now enrolling new and returning string students to the 2019-2020 season of the After School String program. Students ages eight years through adult are welcome to join the beginning,...

 

Summer fun with the library

The Sweetwater County Library hosted their end of summer event last Wednesday. The mini medieval faire included crowns, swords, shields, cotton candy, tattoos, renaissance games and archery. Youth Ser...

 

Resident receives UW award

A resident who's dedicated to helping others will be recognized at a University of Wyoming awards banquet. Green River resident Brittany Wells Gray recently received notification that she would receiv...

 

CRRC residents enjoy the fair

Residents discuss everything they were going to explore while at the fair and then carried out their plans. During a lunch provided by The Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center employees, CRRC...

 

Veteran fundraisers continue

The need for a van 15 years ago sparked a fundraising effort to help veterans and it’s still going on today. The Rock Springs Disabled American Veterans Chapter 12 continues to raise money to help...

 
 By Lexi Mitchell    People    August 8, 2019

First time's the charm for Green River girl

Brylee Price won grand champion in the junior showmanship division while showing off her rabbit to the judge on Friday morning. This is her first year participating in 4-H with her eight-month-old...

 
 By Lexi Mitchell    People    August 8, 2019

Hard work pays off

Delaney Gardea, a junior at Green River High School, participated in 4-H and FFA events at the fair this past week. This is Gardea's fifth year in 4-H. She entered into six events: cake decorating,...

 

Slogan winner announced

Western Wyoming Community College recently announced its slogan contest winner, Hailee Coulson. From Jan. 25 to April 15, Western accepted slogan submissions from their service area in conjunction with the debut of their new mission statement:...

 

Program helps adults pay for college

Western Wyoming Community College in partnering with Wyoming Works to help adult learners pay for college. The programs qualifying for Wyoming Works are those which meet labor and economic development needs. The Wyoming Legislature allocated $5...

 

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