Wyo4News Morning News Roundup: October 2, 2017

Morning News Roundup

Here are this morning’s most recent headlines from Wyo4News with links to the stories impacting your life in Sweetwater County.

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Local News:

  • Wyoming High School Football Scores: September 29, 2017:  Here are your scores from Friday nights High School Football action from across the state. Scores here.


  • Tigers And Pronghorns Secures Homecoming Wins, Wolves Drop Their First: Mixed homecoming results on Friday for Sweetwater County high school football teams. More information here.


  • Sheriff And Others Serve It Up Friday At Loaves And Fishes Soup Kitchen: Over 90 people enjoyed a hot lunch Friday at the Loaves and Fishes Soup Kitchen, which was prepared and served by volunteers at noon in Rock Springs. More information here.


  • Airport Celebrates Beginning Of Construction And Solar Generation Facility: The Rock Springs-Sweetwater County Airport celebrated the beginning of construction on its new 30 kw solar power generation facility at a ceremony today. More information here.


  • Local United Way Helping Hands Day Recap: The United Way of Southwest Wyoming announced today that 123 volunteers took part in this year’s Southwest Wyoming Annual Helping Hands Day. More information here.

  • This Place Matters Community Workshop Scheduled For October 3-4: Have you ever wanted to know more about Green River’s Carnegie Library, or how the history and heritage of the Wyoming transportation corridors? More information here.


  • RSFD Celebrates Fire Prevention Week October 2-6: When it comes to a fire in your home or work place, seconds are all it takes for a fire to completely engulf a building. More information here.


  • General Aviation Terminal And Hanger Facility Expected To Open In December: The new General Aviation Terminal and Hangar Facility at Rock Springs-Sweetwater County Airport are on track to open in December. More information here.


  • GRPD Chief Chris Steffen Retiring From Police Department: Green River Police Chief Chris Steffen is retiring from the Police Department to pursue an opportunity with a non-profit organization. More information here.


  • Angel Of Hope Statue Dedication On October 3rd: An Angel of Hope Statue soon to be unveiled in Green River will provide a place for grieving parents to grieve their lost children and to heal. More information here.


National & International News:

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  • Mandalay Bay Casino issues statement following “tragic” attack: The Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas has issued a statement following an attack by an apparent lone gunman on an outdoor concert that left more than 50 dead and 200 injured. More information here.

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