ROCK SPRINGS — The Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Wyoming received a $46,000 grant from United Way of Southwest Wyoming under its education initiative.
SHERIDAN (WNE) — Two Rock Springs girls will advance to the national competition after winning the Miss Wyoming and Miss Wyoming Outstanding Teen scholarship competition Saturday at the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center in Sheridan.
ROCK SPRINGS — Rock Springs native Troy Archuleta received his Master’s Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Wyoming’s School of Politics, Public Affairs, and International Studies on May 18 in Laramie.
GREEN RIVER — Green River artist Leslie Webster will be featured in the next exhibit at Sweetwater County Library opening July 5 and running through August 30. The public is invited to a reception to meet the artist at 6 p.m. Monday, July 8.
ROCK SPRINGS — From their performances at the library’s puppet shows to dynamic Story Times, two ladies have been synonymous with the Rock Springs Library – Anne Parady and Diane Roccabruna. After more than 20 years, however, these two are retiring.
CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Republican Party has received and accepted a letter from Richard George resigning from his position as national committeeman, effective June 3.
PINEDALE — Pinedale’s 12th annual Soundcheck Summer Music Series kicks off on Saturday, June 29, with Nashville’s Leo Rondeau performing with his full four-piece honky-tonk band. Wyoming singer/songwriter Jason Tyler Burton will open the show.
ROCK SPRINGS — Despite some bumps along the way, community members worked together to repair the flag pole on Dewar Drive and after an absence of more than one year, a giant version of Old Glory is once again waving in the breeze and greeting residents and visitors alike.
ROCK SPRINGS — Mardell Johnson Pieper and Barbara Taylor Smith are The Remember When Monday Committee of Rock Springs Young at Heart’s women of the month for June.
SWEETWATER COUNTY — The Ciner Surface Rescue Team successfully took home the trophy for first overall at the Southwest Wyoming Mutual Aid Surface Rescue Competition. Ciner also placed in several other individual events. Team members are, from left, Todd Neilson, Jeremiah Rawson, Rick Flores,…
ROCK SPRINGS — Local musician Austin “YT” Arndt is a finalist in a nationwide contest, but he needs some help from the community in order to continue his winning ways.
ROCK SPRINGS — Teens taking part in the Community Connections Summer Program will spend the next six weeks engaging in activities designed to benefit both the community and themselves.
LARAMIE — With a goal of inspiring future engineers, the University of Wyoming’s College of Engineering and Applied Science will host the 32nd annual Engineering Summer Program (ESP) for high school students June 16-22.
ROCK SPRINGS — Western Wyoming Community College awarded two students the Laurie Lynn Watkins Endowment for International Students. The merit-based scholarship fund has awarded a total of $12,000 since 2013.
ROCK SPRINGS — Western Wyoming Community College awarded emeritus status to Florence Alfano McEwin, professor of art and curator of Western’s Art Gallery, for her 41 years of dedicated service to the College.
SWEETWATER COUNTY — Sweetwater County law enforcement recently honored David Thompson, who retired on May 14, 2019, after decades of law enforcement and military service.
YOKOSUKA, Japan – Petty Officer 2nd Class Joshua Shafe, a native of Green River, was inspired to follow in a proud family tradition of serving in the military. Shafe’s parents both served in the Army.
ROCK SPRINGS — For the third-straight year, Western Wyoming Community College’s emergency medical services (EMS) students beat the national testing average pass rate for first-time skills testing.
ROCK SPRINGS — Promising young artists were recognized for their talents at a presentation and reception at the Community Fine Arts Center on Wednesday, May 15. The Woman’s Club of Rock Springs hosted the reception and presented awards to the elementary and junior high students.
GREEN RIVER – Emotions ran high Tuesday night in Green River. Many friends and family members gathered at Lincoln Middle School to celebrate Expedition Academy’s Class of 2019.
SWEETWATER COUNTY — Sweetwater County Historical Museum Executive Director Brie Blasi said she appreciates the volunteers, and others, who participated in this year’s four-day, third-grade History Fair, which ran from May 14-17.