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A hot meal delivers more than food

City moves gas line in police dept.

A natural gas line will add an additional $3,500 to the construction costs for the police department’s indoor shooting range. The line is just beyond the shooting range, between the firing line and ...

Blake seeks re-election to legislature

Stan Blake, who has represented House District 39 for the past 10 years, is seeking another two years in the Wyoming Legislature. Blake, a democrat, said he values integrity, common sense,...

Our View: Charging to view docs is a bad idea

In Wyoming, if someone has a question about where their tax money is being spent or how much is spent on their county libraries, they can ask to look at the public documents containing that information. However, there are people who think local...

16 qualify for state track meet in Casper

While Friday the 13th is an unlucky day in Western superstition, that was not the case for the Green River High School Track and Field team. The Wolves hosted the 2016 4A Regional meet, with a great...

Karate school competes in regional tournaments

Green River's school of Pineda's Kenpo Karate attended regional tournaments in Farmington and Ogden, Utah and Missoula, Mont., recently. They competed with some different team members and still had...

Taylor picks up 2nd win in Lamar, Colo.

Green River's Zac Taylor picked up his second win of the season in the Colorado Alliance Tour 305 Sprint Cars at Lamar Speedway in Lamar, Colo., Friday following that up with a second-place run at El ...

A hot meal delivers more than food

By LILLIAN PALMER Staff Writer Every weekday morning, just before 11, 57 year-old volunteer Alphonso Gardea, or Poncho as many know him, makes his way to Golden Hour Senior Center. He packs up the...

 
 
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