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SW-WRAP founder resigns

While the Green River-based Southwestern Wyoming Recovery Access Programs is undergoing an administrative change, its services to its clients won’t change according to its interim CEO. Last week, Cathie Hughes, CEO and founder of SW-WRAP,...

SNAAG snags alleged drug group

A drug and fugitive apprehension sweep conducted by county deputies and the Sheriff’s Office Narcotics and Arrest Group team resulted in eight arrests Thursday night. According to Sheriff Mike Lowell, Adam Fulmer, 20, of Rock Springs was arrested...

Our View: Senate vote is concerning

Last week, a group in the U.S. Senate, including both of Wyoming’s senators, voted to support state efforts to buy national forests, wildlife refuges and wilderness areas. The vote, which is a symbolic vote and thankfully not carrying any legal...

Wolves strong at Rock Springs meet

It was a great day for the Green River High School track team. The Wolves ended last Saturday's 2015 Rock Springs Meet of Hope with an impressive eight first place finishers. "I thought both teams...

Lady Wolves trash Tigers

It was all Lady Wolves in the first round of the 2015 Sweetwater Cup. In the first match up between the two rivals April 9 at Wolves Stadium, the Green River High School girl’s were able to pick up a 3-0 victory, led by a hat trick from Lauren...

Squads demolish rival Rock Springs

In their first four games of the season, the Green River High School boy’s soccer team scored four goals. The fifth game was a much different story as the Wolves came out of the gates strong April 9 against Rock Springs on their way to a crushing...

Storyteller, musician to perform at center

Residents will have the chance to learn about the west through music and stories through storyteller and Wyoming Humanities Council member Bill Rossiter. On Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., Rossiter will be at the Golden Hour Senior Center to perform “The...

 
 
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