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Harry Potter, cotton candy, and puzzles, oh my
Excited kids and families, many in wizard robes, stood outside the Sweetwater County Library last Saturday, waiting in a line that stretched out the door and down the sidewalk. As they made their way...
Honoring Pond and Garden legends
If you walk along Uinta Drive, you'll notice several of the trees have plaques dedicating them to the memory of friends, family, and community members. When you come to the trees in front of the post...
"White Cane Day" is internationally recognized October 15
The use of long sticks and staffs by blind and visually impaired pedestrians has evolved over the years. They are simply an extension of the arm and allow the user to identify upcoming hazards by utilizing their senses of touch and sound. These stick... Full story
We're all mad here: Western presents "Alice in Wonderland"
When theatergoers head to Western Wyoming Community College for the Performing Arts Department's first production of the fall semester, they may feel like they've fallen down the rabbit hole along...
Sheriff's office K9 unit hosts certification training
The sheriff's office is sharing a message of gratitude to its community sponsors after recently hosting its third annual K9 certification and training event. Sheriff's office spokesperson, Deputy... Full story
New hospitalist joins Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County staff
A fourth hospitalist has joined the Hospital Medicine team at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. Dr. Ahmad Bashirimoghaddam, D.O., joins hospitalist Dr. Alicia Gray, a Rock Springs native; hospit... Full story
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...
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...
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
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
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
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...