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Pony Express passes through Granger

City approves 'solid' budget

The City of Green River’s budget for the fiscal year of 2015 is $21.7 million, compared to last year’s budget, which was 21 million. “It went up $700,000 in total mostly due to a couple specific projects,” Green River’s director of...

Pony Express passes through Granger

The 36th annual re-ride of the Pony Express National Historic Trail passed through Granger Saturday. The National Pony Express Association (NPEA) started their annual re-ride June 15 in St. Joseph,...

Our View: Celebration an important city event

While it’s possible some residents have grown weary of all the Flaming Gorge Days preparation and promotion during the past several weeks, the importance of the coming weekend cannot be overstated. To a certain extent, we believe its safe to say...

Knights fall to Riverton, RS at invite

Despite a strong showing early on, the Green River Knights were unable to gain momentum in their home tournament over the weekend. The Knights took sixth in the Green River Knights Invitational...

Bombshells serve up an upset in Rock Springs

The Bittersweet Bombshells showed they are a force to be reckoned with during the Wyoming Roller Derby Cup last weekend in Rock Springs. The Bombshells pulled an upset early on, defeating the Jackson ...

The art of stained glass

A favorite pass time has started to turn into a part-time career. When Malia Kertz lived in Flagstaff, Ariz., 20 years ago, a neighbor of hers talked her into taking a stained-art class and a metal...

 
 
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