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Following the Husky Way

On Friday afternoon, students at Monroe Elementary School were recognized for various accomplishments by their teachers. During an assembly, students at the school were asked to stand and then come...

 

Speech team takes 1st

Nineteen teams were vying for the No. 1 spot, but Green River walked away with the honor. The Green River High School Speech and Debate Team traveled to Casper this weekend to compete in the Kelly...

 
 By Staff Report    People    January 9, 2019 

Hampton Inn employees recognized

Three employees of the Green River Hampton Inn and Suites were recognized at the quarterly REACH (Rare and Exceptional Achievement for Customer service in Hospitability) awards last month, according to a press release issued by the Sweetwater County...

 

First baby of 2019 was impatient

Arkyn William Leavitt is Sweetwater County's first baby of 2019. Craig and Hilary Hollihan Leavitt of Green River expected him to enter the world on Jan. 13. Arkyn had other plans. Memorial Hospital...

 

Miniature treasure chests decorated

Keeping the mind and hands active is something one resident tries to encourage seniors to do through her crafts. On Friday, Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center and Villa residents were busy...

 
 By David Martin    People    January 2, 2019

Students make crafts

Shortly before the start of the Christmas break, students at Expedition Academy hosted students from Truman Elementary School for a fun-filled afternoon geared to get the students into the Christmas...

 

GRHS speech team finishes 3rd

The speech team competed against 20 teams this weekend and came in third place. The Green River High School Speech and Debate team traveled to Cheyenne to compete in Cheyenne East’s tournament....

 

Green River seniors enjoy the year

Members of the Golden Hour Senior Center sewing group kicked off 2018 by stopping by the Sweetwater County Child Developmental Center's Green River facility to donate 120 hats they made for the...

 

Residents make 2018 memorable

Green River residents were busy making the community proud with their dedication, hard work, creativity and volunteerism. Last year, 2018 kicked off with the Green River High School Speech and Debate...

 

Woman shares Christmas spirit

Spreading holiday cheer and using Christmas trees is something one Green River resident aims to do. Christmas is a special time for city employee Kristine Lessard and that's something she wants all...

 

All-State honors given out

Nineteen Green River thespians recently received All-State honors after attending the Wyoming State Thespian Festival. Green River High School theater director Bradlee Skinner said in order to obtain...

 

GR student recognized for community project

Green River High School is proud to announce that Sydney Ferrer is the recipient of the Jostens Renaissance National Student of the Month Award for November 2018. This recognition is for a deserving student who has made an impact within their school...

 

Blankets to keep GR residents warm

A group of seniors who wanted to make some home-bound residents' lives a little bit warmer made more than 80 blankets to give them. Members of the sewing group at the Golden Hour Senior Center...

 

Students enjoy library visit

After listening to six books, children were faced with the tough decision of having to pick just one as their own. On Friday, first-grade students in Phyllis Timmons' and Brittney Montogmery's...

 

Speech team named to 400 club

For a second time, the Green River High School Speech and Debate team was named to the 400 Club. According to a press release from the National Speech and Debate Association, club awards were given...

 

Student-written play performances scheduled

A play based on Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol,” written by Green River High School seniors will grace the stage next week. GRHS theater director Bradlee Skinner said the one-man show is an...

 

Craft fair has almost everything

From hats, scarfs, purses and handmade knick knacks to rocks, soap, jewelry and candles. The Golden Hour Senior Center's Craft Fair had a little bit of everything. On Friday evening and Saturday, the...

 

GRHS Speech and Debate Team takes 4th

Another road trip produced another fourth-place finish for the speech and debate team. The Green River High School Speech and Debate team traveled to Cheyenne this past weekend to compete in Cheyenne...

 

Peek a Boo helps toddlers learn

Anyone stopping by the Sweetwater County Library Monday morning would have seen a small group of toddlers and their parents playing Peek a Boo. According to Becky Iwen, the youth services manager at...

 

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