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Kids slime principal

Nothing seems to motivate kids more than the opportunity to slime their principal. Students at Monroe Elementary School worked hard to raise $11,907 in their first Dance-A-Thon fundraiser. All of the...

 

Woman celebrates 100 years

On Sunday, Donnette Petersen turned 100 years old. Petersen said she didn't really have any tips for making it to 100 years, however she did share something. "I didn't smoke or drink," she said. As...

 

Thespians to perform 'Newsies' musical

The ‘Disney’s Newsies’ musical is set to hit the stage this week. The Green River High School theater department, with the help of Lincoln Middle School and elementary school students, will put...

 

Seniors' chair volleyball a hit

The sounds of laughter and yelling traveled down the hallway, making visitors wonder what was going on. During chair volleyball at the Golden Hour Senior Center last Wednesday, volleyball players...

 

Decorations enjoyed by all

What started out as a joke, turned into something the whole town can enjoy. After last year's Urban Renewal Agency's Trunk or Treat event, Debbie Hansen, administrative services tech, placed a whole b...

 

An excellent performance

The Green River High School band marched its way into an excellent rating at a recent State competition. The 55-member marching band recently attended the Wyoming State Marching Band Festival in...

 

Library foundation releases ghost book

A long-awaited book detailing ghostly experiences at the Sweetwater County Library will be released soon. Jason Grubb, Sweetwater County Library System director, said the library foundation recently r...

 

Residents enjoy Halloween golf

The residents take aim with their plastic, blue and yellow putter. They're careful not to hit the ball too hard or soft. Once they think a shot is lined up, they swing the putter. Sometimes the ball...

 

Girl Scouts learn first aid, CPR procedures

Knowing what to do if there is an emergency is important. Especially, when children are involved. For Green River Girls Scout members, learning how to perform CPR and First Aid not only helps them...

 

Judges' historic photos framed

They were placed in a cardboard box and stored in a maintenance storage facility. Even though some knew where they were at, they were forgotten by most. However, recently retired Third District Court...

 

Kids enjoy business visit

As the children entered, they were greeted with smiles and a warm welcome. To celebrate National Physical Therapy month, Peak Performance employees invited students from Harrison Elementary, Lincoln...

 

Raffle helps center meet goal

Six local businesses came together to form a raffle that raised $6,000 for the Golden Hour Senior Center, to benefit the creation of a new technology center. When Ron Wild of Rocky Mountain Power...

 

GR senior citizens learn about osteoporosis

The statics are staggering for this disease. One in two women and one in four men will break a bone in their lifetime due to osteoporosis. For some seniors, this statistic was a shock, but for others...

 

Kids visit GR fire station

The children excitedly entered the Green River Fire Department, not quite sure what to expect. For most of them, this was the first time being inside a fire department. On Wednesday, both classes...

 

Coach named to hall of fame

Her name is synonymous with speech and debate in Green River and has coached the high school team for more than a decade. Carina White was recently inducted in the Wyoming Speech and Debate Hall of...

 

Hospital leader wins statewide award

“She helped me believe in me” is what Kristy Nielson hopes will be her legacy. That philosophy earned Nielson, chief nursing officer at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County, the Best Mentor award Thursday during the seventh annual Women of...

 

Wyoming artwork needed for 2 new facilities

The Wyoming Arts Council announces two new public art calls. Each project has issued a national Request for Qualifications open now on CaFE (callforentry.org). Wyoming artists will be given preference. The deadline to apply to either RFQ is Nov. 15....

 

Student named semifinalist

One Green River student has been named among 16,000 semifinalists for the 2020 National Merit Scholarship program. Green River High School senior, Will Allen, said he took the PSAT knowing it was a...

 

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