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Team places in top 3 on road

Even though only a portion of the team could compete, the Green River speech and debate team is already taking top three trophies home. This weekend, the Green River High School Speech and Debate...

 

Western students display artwork at gallery

Western Wyoming Community College student artwork will be on display in the school’s Art Gallery from Dec. 6-Jan. 3 with a ceramics sale opening night, Dec. 6 from 4:30-7 p.m. The exhibit will showcase the best student artwork from the past semeste...

 

Photographers sought to show work

Local photographers have an opportunity to display their creative work at White Mountain Library in Rock Springs. The Sweetwater Photo Open is an annual event in the Sweetwater County Library System and is scheduled for January and February, 2020....

 

GR resident earns degree

Michael Brewer of Green River has earned his bachelor of science Nursing degree from Western Governors University. The online, nonprofit university held its 71st (Cincinnati, Ohio); 72nd (Anaheim, Calif.); 73rd (Salt Lake City); and 74th (Seattle)...

 

Pop concert set

Western Wyoming Community College’s pop music groups combine for a dance and music celebration in the Western Atrium on Monday at 7:30 p.m. Enter a funky world of Grammy-winning music by artists including Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Cher, and Radiohead....

 

Western to host holiday concerts

Western Wyoming Community College’s collegiate chorale, jazz ensemble, and chamber ensemble will perform a holiday concert Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in room 1302. This year’s concert features an array of familiar holiday favorites, classical...

 

Pediatric nurse joins Memorial Hospital

Pediatric care at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County now has even more expertise to offer. Tammy Walker, CPNP-PC has been working in the medical field for nearly 15 years, most recently in neonatal and infant care in a rural hospital setting....

 

Senior center needs volunteers

Those looking for a way to help out a senior this Christmas will want to visit the Golden Hour Senior Center. Once again, the center is hosting its Christmas giving tree program. Irish Kreis, GHSC...

 

Boy Scouts scout for food

A longstanding tradition amongst the county's Boy Scout troops provided food for the food banks in Sweetwater County Saturday. Seven Cub Scout packs and seven Boy Scout troops participated in the annu...

 

Kids enjoy book event

Children quickly learned at a recent event why dragons love tacos. Those who attended the Dragons Love Tacos event at the Sweetwater County Library this weekend had numerous activities to participate...

 

Students prepare for All-State drama

Drama students from Green River High School will join hundreds of talented and enthusiastic students from around the state at the annual Wyoming State Thespian Festival. The competition is hosted annually by the Wyoming Educators of Secondary...

 

Western president to host GR listening session

Western Wyoming Community College’s new President, Kim Dale, will be in Green River, Dec. 4, at the Green River Campus room 211 from 6-7 p.m. The Western president listening sessions provide community members the opportunity to meet with Dale and...

 

Time to ring the bell: help sought

During these tumultuous economic times, it is even more important to think of those less fortunate than ourselves. The Salvation Army of Sweetwater County is hoping to be able to count on residents and organizations to help ring bells. Many bell...

 

Larsen/Low to wed in Utah

Roger and Marilee Larsen, former residents of Green River, would like to announce the engagement of their son Levi M Larsen to Jesslyn Low, daughter of Brent and Tami Lowe of South Jordan, Utah....

 

Red Desert Rodeo queens crowned

The Red Desert Roundup Rodeo Royalty pageant took place Oct. 20 in Rock Springs. It is sanctioned and sponsored by the Red Desert Roundup Rodeo July 23-25 in Rock Springs. The royalty has several...

 

First Veterans Day baby honored

Kaysen Ray Bear was the first baby born on Veterans Day at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. He was born at 2:25 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11, to Latasha and David Bear of Rock Springs. He weighed 8...

 

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...

 

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