Our View: District's food program deserves kudos

If the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us anything, it’s that normal life can be changed in an instant. Three months ago, who would have thought we would have seen schools closed, business hours reduced and alerts telling people to wear masks while in public and to shelter at home?

One of the most vulnerable groups in Green River are children and teens. With the closure of schools, many face food shortage on top of situations where parents may find themselves out of work because of the pandemic.

However, with Sweetwater County School District No. 2’s expanding food program, those children who may...


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