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By David Martin

Councilman seeks $20,000 for sculpture


Work toward installing a “life size and a half” statue in the Mining Memorial Park near the Green River Visitors Center may get a $20,000 from the Green River City Council.

Last night, discussion about the proposed sculpture depicting two miners coming out of a mine, titled “Shift Change,” occurred when Councilman Gary Killpack mentioned the statue, saying he was approached by members of the Green River Arts Council seeking the money to help continue work on the statue.

According to Katie Duncombe, the city’s liaison to the arts board, a $15,000 payment was already made to the scu...

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