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Sleeping on the roof, encouraging summer reading

Last Thursday night, anyone driving by Harrison Elementary School might have noticed a tent on the roof. Anyone who stopped had the chance to wave to Harrison Principal Steven Lake as he made himself...

 

Governor appoints Schoenfeld Wy Innovation Partnership Executive Director

Governor Mark Gordon has announced Lauren Schoenfeld has been selected to serve as the Wyoming Innovation Partnership (WIP) Executive Director.    Governor Gordon launched WIP to develop a...

 

Washington named Blue Ribbon School

When the students at Washington Elementary gathered in the gym for a school assembly Monday morning, they didn't know exactly what was going on, but they knew something important was happening by the...

 

Mine rescue team competes at Internationals

The miners moved forward together slowly, finding their way through smoke so thick they could barely see their own hands in front of their faces. The team members felt the heat and heard the roar of...

 

GRHS Hall of Fame inductees honored

Green River High School recently added several new GRHS graduates into the Hall of Fame. The inductees were honored during the Wolves varsity football game against Rawlins Sept. 9 and officially... Full story

 

Students get cooking in new facility

As Green River High School students get cooking this semester, they are doing so in a brand new culinary arts room. The high school hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the new facility last... Full story

 

Preparedness Fair will offer information for emergencies

Everyone who would like to learn more about how to be prepared to face an emergency is invited to attend the Emergency Preparedness Fair hosted by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The...

 

Struggling together, hoping together

Everyone experiences loss at some point in their life. The grief that accompanies loss is often life-changing, and many people can struggle with knowing how to move forward. The Grief Recovery Method...

 

Thompsons celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Beth and Terry Thompson of Green River are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. The Thompsons were married September 9, 1972. "We are so happy for you both," their family said. "You are... Full story

 

Shafe announces Western Board of Trustees candidacy

I would like to announce my candidacy for Western Wyoming Community College’s Board of Trustees. As a graduate of Western and former employee of the institution I have a comprehensive understanding of how much our college means to this community.... Full story

 
 By Steve Core    People    September 8, 2022

Green River Fire Department to host September 11 Memorial Walk

Green River Fire Department will be hosting a 9/11 Memorial Walk on September 11. The walk will take place beginning at Fire Station Two, 500 Shoshone Ave. The walk will begin by walking up Shoshone Avenue to Uinta, then turn right at Uinta to... Full story

 

En plein air along the Green River

As the morning sun lit up the Palisades and the Green River last Saturday, 11 artists found a spot along the Green Belt and set up their canvases, ready to capture the beauty in front of them. Within... Full story

 

Horizon Theater presents "The Importance of Being Earnest"

A night of lies, betrayal and romance is coming to the Broadway Theater this weekend with The Horizon Theater's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest."  The Horizon Theater, a new theater... Full story

 

Rendons celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Jose and Marilyn Rendon are celebrating 50 years of marriage September 1. They were married in Tangier, Morrocco. Jose was a business owner and Marilyn taught at the American School of Tangier. They... Full story

 

Walk to End Alzheimer's comes to Green River

The Sweetwater County Walk to End Alzheimer's is coming to Green River for the first time in four years. The walk is held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide and is the world's largest...

 

17th annual Art on the Green event

The 17th annual Art on the Green event held August 19 and 20 was well received by the community. Forty-five artists from Utah and Wyoming competed in the 2D and 3D Art competition for 24 hours... Full story

 

Mine rescue national champions

Four local mine rescue teams from Genesis Alkali and Sisecam recently competed at the annual Mine Safety Health Administration National Mine Rescue Competition in Lexington, Kentucky. Every team came... Full story

 
 By Staff Report    People    August 18, 2022

New director comes to Child Developmental Center

The Board of Directors of Sweetwater County Child Developmental Center recently announced their new Executive Director Lori Lucero. Lori comes to SCCDC with twenty-four years of special education... Full story

 
 By Staff Report    People    August 18, 2022

Local FFA earns recognition

The Green River FFA chapter has recently received recognition for the program itself and one of its outstanding members. The Green River chapter was recognized in the 2022 National Chapter Award... Full story

 

Green River celebrates National Night Out

Green River observed National Night Out last weekend. Friday evening, Red White Buffalo hosted a special National Night Out event with demonstrations by local law enforcement agencies including the... Full story

 

From page to stage in 24 hours

Plays can take years to write and months to cast, rehearse, and perform. But next weekend, the Actors' Mission will fit the entire process into 24 hours.  "We're going to unlock the doors at six,... Full story

 
 By Hannah Romero    People    August 4, 2022

GRHS receives national recognition

Green River High School is always looking for ways to improve the school experience and give back to the community, and has now received national attention for that effort. Students and educators...

 

Fun in the foam

The Sweetwater County Library System wrapped up its summer reading program this week with end-of-summer parties. One of the activities that was part of the reading program throughout the summer was... Full story

 
 By Hannah Romero    People    July 28, 2022

Capturing creation through art

Around 7:30 a.m., Andrew Kneeland found what he was looking for. It was an aspen tree, the leaves creating dappled shadows on the trunk in the early morning light. Andrew set up his blank canvas, got... Full story

 

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