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Tea and treats for a worthy cause

GR businessman accused of theft, fraud

A Green River businessman accused of theft and trying to obtain property by false pretenses pleaded not guilty to the two felony charges. On Monday Jeffrey T. Wharton appeared in the Third District Court of Judge Nena James at an arraignment to...

County rejects hospital bonds

Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County won’t be building their proposed ambulatory surgery center in the near future. The Sweetwater County Commissioners voted unanimously against allowing the hospital to apply for revenue bonds it sought to pay...

Letter: Resource available for the bullied

Dear Editor, This letter is for Michelle Nelson who wrote the sad letter entitled, ‘Why is my child not safe at school?’. It was on Page 8 in the Thursday, April 2, 2015 edition of the Rock Springs Daily Rocket-Miner. I also write this letter...

Green River hosts Natrona, Kelly Walsh

While first place in the 4A West standings will be on the line Friday afternoon when the Green River girl’s soccer team hosts Natrona, Green River head coach Tracy Wyant is more concerned about her team playing quality soccer. “We try not to a...

Wolves dynamic in Utah

It was a fantastic Saturday for the Green River High School track team. The team was split into two squads with athletes competing at the 15th annual Taylorsville Invitational in Utah and the Roy Peck Invite in Riverton. Head coach Steve Boyd said...

Richmond nabs four records

In his middle school swimming career, eighth-grader Michael Richmond has broken an amazing four school records. With the season winding down, Richmond said he would like to break two more. According to Green River Middle School Coach Randy Walker,...

Tea and treats for a worthy cause

It was a scene reminiscent of a victorian novel. Ornate teacups and saucers arranged on tables in intricate settings, many of which were filled with colorful and hot liquids. Large trays and platters ...

 
 
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