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GR park receives ADA equipment

Thanks to a local Girl Scout Troop children with disabilities will have the chance to swing in an expression swing at Collier Park. Collier Park also known as the Rainbow Park because of its rainbow...

 

A gift to the President

When President Donald Trump was elected to office nearly two years ago, he was the answer to one Green River resident's prayers. "We needed a President who would shake the country up and get us on...

 

Senior Center director will retire

After being the Golden Hour Senior Center's executive director for a little over three years, Sheela Schermetzler is ready for a new chapter in life when she retires. Schermetzler's last day will be...

 

Playground fun

Even though kids have only been at school a little over a week, recesses are always popular with students. The same was true for students at Washington Elementary School Friday afternoon. Gavin Wood...

 

10 bunk beds built by volunteers

Several groups joined forces to build bunk beds for children who don't have any to sleep on. On Saturday, Rocky Mountain Power volunteers worked with United Way of Southwest Wyoming to complete a...

 

Children's honor choir auditions set for Sept. 6

Auditions for the 2018-2019 Sweetwater Board of Cooperative Educational Services Honor Choir Program will take place at the Sage Elementary School Sept. 6 from 6-7:30 p.m.  Also, as auditions are open and ongoing, they may be scheduled at any time...

 

Food drive sponsored at Labor Day picnic

The Southwestern Wyoming Central Labor Council wants to help alleviate hunger in Sweetwater County. The council will sponsor a food drive in conjunction with its annual Labor Day picnic. The picnic will take place on Labor Day, Sept. 3, from 11 a.m....

 

Green River Community Choir still has openings

The Green River Community Choir started Tuesday, but it’s not too late to join. The choir meets at 7 p.m. in the John Wesley Powell room at the Western Wyoming Community College Green River Campus. The cost is $20. Auditions are not necessary, but...

 

How one makes a masterpiece

While all of the artists were inside the Expedition Island Pavilion sculpting clay statutes or painting, one was outside in the hot sun to finish his paining. Green River resident J.T. Schmidt was...

 

Children attend weekend events

This weekend, children had the opportunity to see artists at work through the live sculpture and painting competition. While artists from all over gathered in the Expedition Island pavilion for the...

 

Many seniors attend indoor carnival

Carnival games and food drew a crowd to the Golden Hour Senior Center Thursday morning. Some of the games seniors played included, ring toss, football toss, spin the wheel, disk drop, go fishing and...

 

Student honored in Washington D.C.

A Green River High School student recently traveled to Washington D.C., to attend the Congressional Award Gold Medal Ceremony. Mary Harris joined 441 youth from across 41 states to received the...

 

Seniors enjoy the fair

Residents from both Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center and Sage View Care Center were at the fair Thursday taking in the sights. With help from the Green River Wolf Pack Dance team, CRRC...

 

Kids active at Sweetwater County Fair

Children were all over the Sweetwater County Fair throughout last week. Whether they were showing animals for 4-H, riding rides, feeding animals or eating their favorite fair food, they were having a...

 

Student enjoys political experience

For one high school senior, playing a role in politics was an interest enhanced by a recent trip to Washington D.C. The journey started when Levi Hren, a Green River High School student, applied as a...

 

Kids jam out at Rock n' Roll event

Children had the chance to listen to and play along with a local musician last week. During the Sweetwater County Library's summer reading program, children are encouraged to attend one of their many...

 

Girl Scout receives silver award

When sophomore Mya Tollefson joined Girl Scouts nine years ago, she didn’t think she’d be receiving one of the highest awards obtainable, but she did. Recently, Girl Scout Troop 1041 members...

 

Employees take 1st at rescue competition

During recent mine rescue competitions, Genesis Alkali teams took first place in more than one area.  Each year, the teams attend two competitions and this year was no different. The Southeast...

 

Rock painting enjoyed

"Rock painting?" "Why are we going to paint rocks?" These were just a couple of questions seniors at the Golden Hour Senior Center had before they found out just how fun rock painting can be....

 

Kids enjoy Summer Camp

During the summer, Harrison Elementary School takes on a new task when it acts as the city's Summer Camp central location. Around 55 students participate in the summer camp and the theme changes from...

 

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