GR Councilman in jail

Editor's note: Due to the graphic nature of these particular cases and a need to protect the victim's identity, even the redacted court documents supporting the charges will not be published. Green...

Legislator wants eased CBD laws

A Green River legislator seeks to ease restrictions for patients to legally purchase CBD, an oil extract from hemp plants its proponents claim can be used to treat a variety of medical problems. Stan ...

How long will you stay, doctor?

It is no news that there is perineal shortage of doctors in the rural U.S. While about 20 percent of the U.S. population lives in rural areas, only around 9 percent of the physicians practice in rural areas. Rural medicine poses a number of...

Wolves notch two more victories

The Wolves added two more games to the win column during the weekend, defeating the Cheyenne South Bison 46-36 Friday evening, and the Laramie Plainsmen 69-41 Saturday afternoon. The Wolves started...

Wolves swimmers finish 2nd during weekend

The Green River High School boys swimming team traveled to Cheyenne and came home with a second-place finish. On Friday, the team competed in duals at Cheyenne Central and beat them in the duals....

Lady Wolves win 1 and lose 1 at home

The Green River High School Lady Wolves team split the weekend with a loss and a win at home. On Friday, the Lady Wolves took on Cheyenne South High School and came out on top with a 54-40 win. “I...

Regional science fair to take place

Western Wyoming Community College is pleased to invite residents to the 2018 Southwest Regional Science Fair, Thursday, Jan, 25. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) students, in grades sixth through 12th, who entered will show their...

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