Welcome to Rock Springs Girls Softball Association webpage. All players, coaches, and officials will follow the code of conduct and bylaws of RSGSA & RS Storm. If the board receives 2 or more complaints, they will be put to review and appropriate action will be imposed and may/will result from removal from fields and or teams!
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Get your life back with Alliance Physical Therapy at two locations ready to get you back to your favorite activities. At Alliance Physical Therapy we strive to help every patient accomplish their goal with an individualized experience to help you feel at home. Every patient is an opportunity to touch a life, help someone reach their goals and maybe even achieve things they didn’t think they could before. We at Alliance Physical Therapy offer a variety of services with PT/OT and some specialties include: Functional Dry Needling, Orthopedic Therapy, Neurological Rehab, Hand Therapy, Stroke and much more. Don’t let your pain hold you back. We encourage you to stop in or give us a call.http://www.aptwy.com
Affordable,Fast-Reliable Janitorial & House Cleaning Service.We can do it all there is no job to big or small.From high-rise office complexes to single offices and homes our services are custom designed to your specific needs. Our services include, carpet cleaning, professional floor care, stripping and waxing. Whether your need is one visit to regularly scheduled daily, weekly or monthly cleanings you can depend on our reliability and expertise. We service the entire greater Rock Springs area servicing commercial, industrial, institutional and residential clients with satisfaction. Licensed, bonded, and insured, references available.Call Today!
Commerce Bank of Wyoming opened their doors with a mission: "To serve Rock Springs and Sweetwater County with high quality personalized service at a competitive price." The employees at Commerce Bank of Wyoming are eager to be your financial service provider and want to work with you to find the best banking products to fit your needs.
Commerce Bank of Wyoming is located at 1575 Dewar Drive, Suite 100, in Rock Springs. The Bank's facility offers 15,000 square feet of space to provide banking services. In addition it provides three Drive-thru Lanes and a 24-hour Drive-Up ATM.
Commerce Bank of Wyoming is a branch of NebraskaLand National Bank, which is headquartered in North Platte, Nebraska. President and CEO Mike Jacobson observed the rapid growth and expansion of the Rock Springs area and had been providing Banking services in Rock Springs for several years. Jacobson commented, “We were doing a great deal of business in the area, and found a huge amount of support to provide more local services. We offer competitive Interest Rates on Checking, Money Market and Certificate of Deposit accounts in the area. We also offer very competitive loan rates on any type of Personal and Commercial Loans, whether you need a real estate loan or a vehicle loan, we can meet your needs. We are very focused on providing the best customer service possible.”
Commerce Bank of Wyoming is open Monday thru Friday. Drive thru hours are Mon.-Thur. 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and open until 6:00 pm on Friday's. The lobby is open 9:00 am to 5:00 pm or after hours by appointment.
Commerce Bank of Wyoming has built a solid foundation, with its team of professionals, on which the Bank will continue to grow and profit for years to come.
Fremont Therapy Group has been serving the Riverton and Lander communities since 1996. We expanded to Green River in 2014, Rawlins in 2015 and Rock Springs in 2017. All of our clinics offer orthopedic therapy, pain management, aquatic therapy, neurological rehabilitation, and cardiovascular conditioning, as well as therapies that address sports and work related injuries, hand, neck and back pain and injuries, women's health, balance problems and vestibular dysfunctions. Our physical therapists offer one on one care to all patients.
Fremont Therapy Group LLC was founded with the vision of providing the best evidence-based physical thearpy and occupational therapy solutions to our patients in the most advanced, appropriate environment. Separating us from many of our competitors is our focus on employing only highly skilled and qualified staff and providing state-of-the-art facilities in which to practice.http://www.fremonttherapygroup.com/index.html
Greene’s Energy is a multi-state conglomerate of companies serving the energy, construction, mining and transportation industries.
We are also a Protech Dealer selling headache racks, toolboxes, receiver hitches, 5th wheel hitches and other miscellaneous truck parts. We sell and install!http://www.greenescorp.com
We, the Erramouspe Dental Team in Rock Springs, Wyoming, commit each day to providing outstanding dental care in an inviting, comfortable environment, where our patients and their families are our primary focus. We treat each patient, their family, and each member of our team with integrity, respect and loyalty.
Our vision is to provide innovative, individualized care to the highest professional standard. We strive to exceed our patients’ expectations in every facet of the dental services that we provide. Our address is
1401 Gateway Boulevard, Suite #4
Rock Springs, WY 82901
At High Country Realty we pride ourselves on doing all that we can for our clients. If you are comparing agents look no further! Each and everyone of our listings receive a metal sign for the yard, a flyer box which contains: full color flyers, MLS information, a detailed listing with pictures on our website, Realtor.com, Zillow, Facebook, and the MLS server. We also rotate our listings on the Preview of Homes guide, the Rocket Miner classifieds, and a new listing photo ad in the Sunday paper. We take no less than 25 photos of every home so that every detail is shown. If there is something missing please let us know, we are always open to suggestions!http://www.realtor.com/realestateagency/high-country-realty_rock-springs_wy_1166529_149994490
At Hunsaker Dental we pride ourselves on being a patient-centered dental practice serving Rock Springs, Wyoming, Green River, Wyoming and all of Sweetwater County. Our mission is one of promoting, providing and preserving your complete oral health.
John Bunning Transfer, Co., Inc. is a regional transportation, storage and heavy haul provider, along with rig moving and crane service. We provide services to a wide range of businesses in the inter-mountain area, primarily in the oil and gas and mining industries.
A family owned business that has been open for more than 115 years, John Bunning Transfer offers a unique combination of experience, knowledge and abilities that makes us the premier provider of storage, handling, hauling and logistical services in Southwest Wyoming.
John Bunning Transfer is proud of their tradition of safety and service. Please let us know how we can help your company or organization.
We are excited to announce that we are rolling out a new inventory managment system in our storage yards. With this new system, our customers will be able to log onto their own account and see at anytime their pipe inventory. From joint count to footage, even to exactly what rack its on, from the moment its offloaded in our yard or loaded on a truck for delivery the system will be updated and ready to view. Please feel free to contact Derek Dudinsky if you would like to learn more at 307-362-3791
Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County, dedicated Dec. 2, 1893, is Wyoming's first hospital. We are located in Rock Springs, Wyo., and serve Sweetwater County and the surrounding area. We provide quality healthcare with an amazing staff and physicians. We have been around for more than 125 years and we are happy to be such a huge part of our community. We also are the first hospital to have an affiliation with University of Utah Health, broadening our scope of services offered to our region and the outlying areas of Sublette, Uinta, Daggett and other counties located in Wyoming and Utah.http://www.sweetwatermemorial.com/default.aspx
RSNB Bank opened for business at its original location on South Main Street across from the Union Pacific depot June 10, 1892. That building still stands with engraving "National Bank of 1892" on its facade. John W. Hay, Sr. became president in 1907. Over the next 40 years, Mr. Hay oversaw the growth and management of the bank, including construction of a new building which sat on the corner of C and South Front Streets from 1909 until 1970.
Through good fortune and the hard work of its employees, the community bank thrived. Abundant coal, oil and gas deposits, coupled with plentiful grazing land, carried both the town and RSNB Bank through world wars and the Great Depression. John W. Hay, Sr. had a great love for the surrounding country and the workers in this area who made their living from the production of its resources.
In 1947, John W. Hay, Jr. assumed leadership of the bank when his father retired. In his new capacity, John, Jr. continued his father's practice of financing efforts to develop resources in the area. As the railroad converted from steam to diesel engines in the early 1950s, the town found itself on the down side of a boom-and-bust cycle. At this time, Mountain Fuel Supply discovered a large deposit of sodium carbonate (trona) while drilling for gas on a tract of land leased by John, Jr. The hole was dry but the trona represented enormous potential. Through many phone calls and meetings, John, with others, found a company interested in developing the mineral resource. Once again, area miners of many different nationalities went back to work and the community prospered.
John W. Hay, Jr. was challenged in the 1970s as the southwestern-Wyoming economy entered a boom. The trona mines expanded and natural gas exploration and development proliferated. Two new coal mines were opened and construction on a new 2000-megawatt power plant started east of Rock Springs. As this business expansion began, Mr. Hay oversaw completion of a new bank building at 333 Broadway in early 1970. Again, with the help of dedicated employees and loyal customers, the bank grew. In 1994, John W. Hay, Jr. retired as president passing leadership of the bank to his sons, John W. Hay, III and Keith N. Hay.
1997 marked another year of growth for the bank. Under guidance of John and Keith, the West Branch was opened at 1987 Dewar Drive, accommodating development on the west side of the city and affording customers the convenience of two banking locations.
The turn of the century was marked by the discovery of prolific natural gas fields both north and east of Rock Springs. The development of these gas fields brought additional changes to the area. In August of 2006, the bank building at 333 Broadway was replaced by a brand new Main Office at 200 Second Street. The new facility was immediately recognized by the City of Rock Springs Urban Renewal Agency as the Community Pride Award Winner for 2006.
On May 31, 2012, RSNB Bank, which from its inception in 1892 operated as Rock Springs National Bank, became a state-chartered financial institution and was required to remove the "National" reference from its name. The state charter had become a better "fit" for community banks and allowed RSNB Bank to better achieve its community-focused goals.
John W. Hay, III retired as president of the bank in 2014 and Keith N. Hay retired as vice president in 2016. Long-standing chief financial officer, Ben K. Hansen, was appointed as president in 2014 and Keith's son, Ozzie Hay was appointed to succeed him as vice president in 2016. RSNB Bank intends to continue to operate as an independent community bank tied only to the needs of the community and its customers for many years to come.http://www.rsnb.com
Searle Brothers Construction is a locally owned and operated construction company. They have been in business for several generations and given back to the community at every point. They have been a long-time sponsor of this organization and our greatly appreciated!
The J.R. Simplot Company was started by an energetic entrepreneur in 1929, and grew from a one-man farming operation into a food and agribusiness empire.
The Company’s vertical integration – seed production, farming, fertilizer manufacturing, frozen-food processing, and food brands and distribution – has nurtured a diverse array of internal talents and resources, creating a symbiosis that few other organizations achieve. Our phosphate reserves and large land holdings are a storehouse of valuable physical resources that embody the company’s solid financial base.
The pillars of our organization – Passion for People, Spirit of Innovation, and Respect for Resources – are as relevant now as they were when young Jack Simplot began his long journey toward remarkable success.
He was an innovator from the start, but our founder’s accomplishments accelerated after creating the first commercially-viable frozen french fries in the 1940s. That momentum continues today, with technology improvements that are revolutionizing plant research and food production.
The company has invested significant resources to ensure that our operations are sustainable and environmentally friendly. J.R. always understood that most resources are finite. Our goal as a company has been to be the finest stewards possible of the air, water, land, and other resources on which we all rely.
Even though J.R. is gone, his legacy has been perpetuated by members of his family, four of whom comprise the executive committee of our board of directors. They have continued the tradition of plowing profits back into the enterprise, responsibly advancing J.R.’s lifelong mission of Bringing Earth’s Resources to Life.
Through good times and difficult times, the family has remained true to Jack’s original vision. It has enabled the J.R. Simplot Company to operate under a sound long-term strategy stretching over decades, a rare situation in today’s world of market volatility.http://www.simplot.com
Asking more from chemistry for 150 years
Created in 1863, Solvay is a global company driven by proud and committed chemists. With our historical anchorage in Europe, our products serve diversified markets worldwide, from consumer goods to energy, with one main aim – to improve quality of life and customer performance.http://www.solvay.us/en/index.html
Hello and welcome!! I am very happy to introduce our pediatric office to you, a place where we can offer children comprehensive up-to-date pediatric healthcare in a warm and friendly environment. Our ultimate goal is to help our children to grow up into happy and healthy adults.http://sweetwaterpeds.com/
John D. Woody founded Union Telephone Company in 1914 in Mountain View, Wyoming. This family owned and operated telecommunications provider serves Wyoming, Northwestern Colorado, and parts of Utah and Montana with a vast regional wireless voice and high-speed data network connected to a national network of roaming partners.
Union Wireless has more towers throughout Wyoming than any other wireless provider and continues to add to this network monthly. In the west, rural service is critical for safety and security since this is where people travel and work each day. Unlike the national wireless companies, Union provides mobile service in both the cities and rural areas; the places that other wireless carriers typically don’t cover. Union also provides landline telephone service and high-speed home Internet in select communities.
FROM UNION TELEPHONE...
In the early 1900’s, John D. Woody saw the need for people to stay connected across the vast, isolated Wyoming terrain. This “need” was the motivation for founding Union Telephone. Phone service in 1914 was much different than today and initially, customers could only talk with others within the service area. Since all the customers shared the same wires, only one conversation could be conducted at a time, known as a party line.
The family house, originally built in 1903, also doubled as the business office location. Because of the company’s small size, John strung and maintained the phone lines, as well as installed the phones while his wife Mary operated the switchboard located in their home. The family house went through three additions and renovations and still serves as the main hub for the live local operators and landline switch.
In 1945, John Woody’s son Howard returned home after serving during World War II and immediately began working for his parents. In 1948, after determining that Union Telephone would not support both his parents and his new wife and family, Howard offered to sell the Union Telephone to AT&T for one-dollar. He wanted AT&T to continue to provide telephone service for the local communities that Union served. AT&T decided not to purchase the company because, according to company executives, “It would cost too much to integrate Union into the AT&T system.” At that point, Howard was determined to make the company profitable and secured a loan from the Rural Electrification Administration (REA) in order to upgrade the physical plant, equipment, and expand into other unserved communities. It was a huge gamble, but the investment paid off and eventually resulted in the formation of Union Wireless.
...TO UNION WIRELESS
In the early 1990’s, Union Telephone made the transition to cellular service. By the mid-2000’s, advancements in data services technology made texting and picture messaging possible, quickly followed by data services. In addition to reliable national calling, Union now offers their customers international coverage.
The company has grown from a small-town local landline provider to a fast growing regional wireless provider with national and international roaming partners. Union Wireless has close to 300 employees; 14 retail store locations; 20 authorized agents; and more than 300 company owned towers. True to the company’s roots, the focus is still to serve the people and communities that have supported them through the years. The legacy that John D. Woody started in 1914 lives on with his descendants and their business.http://www.unionwireless.com
We pride ourselves in dealing cars the way you would expect in Wyoming, with a friendly smile, a no pressure attitude, and making sure everyone gets a square deal.
We want to make sure your vehicle is covered for life. That is why we offer lifetime powertrain warranties, oil changes, and car washes for qualified vehicles.
Our goal is to make every customer that steps on our lot a satisfied customer!
Please stop by Wyoming Trucks today to find your next vehicle.http://www.wytrucks.com