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Not guilty plea entered on sex abuse charges

By STEPHANIE THOMPSON People Editor A man accused of trying to sexually assault a 12-year-old girl pleaded not guilty to four felony charges. Kasey D. Manley, 22, of Green River, recently appeared in the Third District Court of Judge Nena James at...

Tourism board seeks more visitors

November 2014 marked a resident-voted change in Sweetwater County; the raise in Sweetwater County’s lodging tax. With the raise in lodging tax from 2 percent to 3 percent, the travel and tourism board is able to implement a more extensive...

Letter: America has its own holocaust

Dear Editor, Genocide is taking place, even now, as you read this letter! It is happening right here in our own country. Not just in the Middle East, Africa and Europe. I recently saw the most brutal and shocking photos I have ever seen. These...

Rust, Love, Givens and Dewey nab 2015 4A All-State honors

The GRHS Track and Field Team had a memorable state meet in Casper last weekend, coming away with four individual all-state awards and five all-state performances. Leading the way was Senior Dylan Rust who captured two individual state...

Ladies focus on physicality

The Green River High School girl’s soccer team quest for a state title will begin Thursday against Laramie. The second seeded Lady Wolves will take on third-seed Laramie (10-4-2) at 11 a.m. at Rock Springs Junior High School. “I think we need...

Wolves defeat rivals, sets sights on state

The Green River High School boy's soccer team keeps finding a little magic to pull through and seal a victory. The Wolves picked up two dramatic shootout victories at last weeks' 4A West Regional in...

New business brings vapor to GR

There is a new business in town, Vape 307, located at 340 E. Flaming Gorge Way. Vape 307 meets the rising electronic cigarette needs for Green River residents and others alike, selling mods, e-cigerattes and juices. “We sell anything vape...

 
 
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