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Baxter wants to give back to Green River

Baxter wants to give back to Green River

Longtime Green River resident Richard Baxter has filed to run for city council in Ward I. Baxter has lived in Green River for 29 years, works at Little America and is a Green River High School...

Record-holding cross country runner passes through GR

"Wyoming is the wild west," Bjorn Suneson said Saturday evening. Suneson, a 68-year-old Swedish runner, was taking refuge from the heavy rains in the Dusty Trails Café at Point of Rocks, passing...

Karate action in GR

The parking lot was packed, not a space available at the Green River Recreation Center Saturday. Walking through the doors of the recreation center, kids and adults were all wearing karate gis,...

Lady Wolves' soccer season ends before state

The Green River varsity girls soccer team won’t be going to state this year. The girls had trouble scoring in their last few games of the season. The fire they built in the first half of the...

First Mother's Day event well attended

It may have been the first year The Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center hosted a Mother's Day lunch, but the turnout was more than expected. Shauna Erramouspe, CRRC registered dietician and ...

 
 
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