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 By David Martin    People    October 17, 2018 

Children flock to Trunk or Treat

It's become a familiar sight in Green River. A segment of Flaming Gorge Way closed off and lined with vehicles decorated in their Halloween best as hundreds of children, dressed as monsters, wizards,...

 

GR seniors create autumn painting

For seniors who have always wanted the opportunity to learn how to paint, an eight-week long beginners painting class was perfect for them. The class is being taught by Pam Edens, with Kathleen...

 

Overcoming life-changing injuries

She may have lost her eye, but the accident didn't claim her life and that's something she's grateful for. Green River resident Kayla Vigil's life completely changed on July 27. Vigil, 23, and her...

 

Local artists share train artwork at fine arts center

This is the 12th year for the Community Fine Arts Center’s Community Art Show and eight local artists submitted 23 original pieces of artwork. This year’s theme is “Trains” and will be on display through Oct. 31 at the Community Fine Arts...

 
 By David Martin    People    October 17, 2018 

Walk brings families together

Children and their families had a chance to get closer to nature and each other during a Head Start-sponsored activity Saturday morning. Head Start and its 1825 Club hosted an autumn nature walk on Ex...

 

Anniversary event set

The High Desert Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution will host an open house in honor of their 15th anniversary Saturday, Oct. 20 at the Green River library from 1-3 p.m. All charter members, current and past...

 

Magic discovered at the library

Harry Potter fans flocked to the Sweetwater County Library for it's annual Harry Potter event. Once children walked through the doors of the library, they were given the Marauder's Map, which showed...

 

Swimmers win in Rock Springs

The Lady Wolves Swimming team brought home another first-place finish this weekend after a meet in Rock Springs. The Green River High School Lady Wolves continue to decrease their times as the season...

 

Trying to keep Green River clean

A handful of unknown volunteers are working hard to keep the city’s Greenbelt and pipeline pathways clean. One of those volunteers who wanted to remain anonymous, is Green River resident Terri...

 

Former narcotics detection K-9 dies last week

Wyoming Highway Patrol lost a former narcotics detection K-9 on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018.  Basil passed away at home surrounded by his family.  Basil’s career began with the Wyoming Highway Patrol in the fall, of 2008 and assigned to Trooper...

 

Competitiveness shows at Wii Bowling

The laughter could be heard in the hallway. While at the Golden Hour Senior Center Thursday morning, eight seniors were playing Wii Bowling in one of the recreation rooms. It's was their laughing...

 

GR seniors learn the basics of cell phone use

On Monday, seniors were learning the basics of how to operate their smart phones. This month, Western Wyoming Community College employee Jen Stone, is teaching a class every Monday at 10 a.m. This...

 

Ham radio convention visits RS

For quite possibly the first time, Southwest Wyoming hosted the ham radio conference on this side of the state. Rick Breininger, president of the Sweetwater Amateur Radio Club, said as far as he knows...

 

Computer science event set for Saturday

School children who want to learn more about computer science will not want to miss out on hours of fun this Saturday. WyoCSZone is hosting a computer science event at the Sweetwater Events Complex Sa...

 

Actors' Mission to put on play

Actors’ Mission will present “Kicking a Dead Horse” by Sam Shepard on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and Sept. 27 and 28 with a matinee on Sept. 30. Evening performances start at 7 p.m. and the matinee starts at 2 p.m. The performances will...

 

GR park receives ADA equipment

Thanks to a local Girl Scout Troop children with disabilities will have the chance to swing in an expression swing at Collier Park. Collier Park also known as the Rainbow Park because of its rainbow...

 

A gift to the President

When President Donald Trump was elected to office nearly two years ago, he was the answer to one Green River resident's prayers. "We needed a President who would shake the country up and get us on...

 

Senior Center director will retire

After being the Golden Hour Senior Center's executive director for a little over three years, Sheela Schermetzler is ready for a new chapter in life when she retires. Schermetzler's last day will be...

 

Playground fun

Even though kids have only been at school a little over a week, recesses are always popular with students. The same was true for students at Washington Elementary School Friday afternoon. Gavin Wood...

 

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