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Noses used to raise funds for kids in poverty

GR Woman charged with abuse

A woman accused of abusing a child, who was her ward, could serve prison time. Malonie L. O’Toole, 47, of Green River appeared in the Third District Court of Judge Richard Lavery at an arraignment...

Museum hires new curator

A Colorado native became one of Green River's newest residents after being hired as the Sweetwater County Historical Museum's new curator. Amanda Benson started with the museum Thursday, filling a...

Delicious and easy JELLO fruit salad

I've helped my mom cook for years, mainly acting as her sous-chef. One of my first memories of helping my mom in the kitchen is when we made our very first batch of JELLO fruit salad. A coworker gave ...

Bombshells wreck Cody team

Revenge was in the air at the Rock Springs Family Recreation Center Saturday as the Bittersweet Bombshells defeat Cody's Heart Mountain Wreck on Wheels 148-79. The Wreck on Wheels are no stranger to ...

Basketball, volleyball, dodgeball are highlights of FGD weekend

Sports has always been a major part of the Flaming Gorge Days celebration and it's no different this year. Thursday will open the weekend's athletic contests with the annual golf tournament hosted at ...

Knights take 3rd in GR tournament

The Green River Knights finish with third place at the end of an invitational tournament the team hosted during the weekend. The Knights started strong Saturday afternoon with an impressive 10-3 win ...

Noses used to raise funds for kids in poverty

A national campaign turned local when Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center employees and residents decided to see how much they could raise for the cause. Bobbi Jo Drozd, CRRC administrator,...

 
 
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