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 By David Martin    City    June 13, 2018

Wilson pleads not guilty

Green River City Councilman Allan Wilson pleaded not guilty to a second-degree sexual abuse of a minor charge during a Third District Court hearing before Judge Nena James Friday. Wilson’s trial is...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    County    June 13, 2018

Republicans face choices on ballot

Voters will have a few decisions to make during the upcoming primary election Aug. 21. A number of local and state races will be impacted by the primary results, which will serve to whittle down the n...

 

Sleeping in heavenly peace

For the first time in a long time, two Green River children will once again know what it's like to sleep in their own bed. For Julianna Kloefkorn, 11, and her brother Gabriel Kloefkorn, 7, taking...

 
 By David Martin    City    June 13, 2018

CPR, quick action saves man's life

Chester and Crystal Sliter wore large, beaming smiles Tuesday evening. The two were at the Castle Rock Hospital District Ambulance Barn, hugging emergency responders and thanking them for their work...

 
 By Staff Report    County    June 13, 2018

RS attorney suspended

A Rock Springs attorney was suspended by the Wyoming Supreme Court for rule violations of the Wyoming Rules of Professional Conduct. According to a press release, Robert Hiatt Jr., was issued an order of 30-day suspension to begin July 2. According...

 
 By DAVID MARTIN    Sports    June 13, 2018

Bieber named Coach of the Year

The best season in Green River High School boys soccer history had ended with a 4A West Coach of the Year award for head coach Chris Bieber. The award is Bieber’s third recognition as Coach of the...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    June 13, 2018

Racer takes 2nd, 2 top-5 finishes

Green River’s Zac Taylor took second in his ASCS Frontier Region debut at Gillette Thunder Speedway June 1. “For our first sprint car race of the season with a new engine, I couldn’t be more excited,” Taylor said. “It was a phenomenal...

 

Musicians meet to share passion

For some a love of playing music never dies. Some of these music lovers can be found at the Golden Hour Senior Center on Monday afternoons during the jam session hour, which starts at 1 p.m. Over the...

 
 By David Martin    People    June 13, 2018

Kids play on new water equipment

Kids lined up at one end of the inflatable structure, ready to compete with their friends on something that looks like it would have a home on an obstacle course. Named the Wibit, kids raced one...

 

Scholarships given to brothers

Finding out four years of college will be completely paid for is not only exciting, but a relief for one graduate. Green River High School graduate Gregory Marchal is one of two students receiving a...

 

Scholarships given to brothers

The chance at a full-ride scholarship was enough to entice one Green River graduate to think about a college he may not have otherwise considered. For Patrick Marchal, Green River High School...

 

Anna Christina Townsend Archer

Anna Christina Townsend Archer, 62, of Rock Springs passed away June 6, 2018, at her home after a lengthy illness. She was born Nov. 3, 1955, in North Bend, Ore., the daughter of George Townsend and...

 

Bill Ray Brady

Bill Ray Brady, 79, passed away June 3, 2018, at his home in Green River. Bill had been a resident of Green River for the last 40 years previously residing in Utah, Colorado, Arizona and Washington....

 

Jeanette Josephine (Jan) Sherrod Fox

Former Green River resident Jeanette Josephine (Jan) Sherrod Fox died June 1 at Autumn Park Assisted Living Center in Washington, Utah. She was 76. She had lived in Washington for several years...

 

Doug Dellis Wall

Doug Dellis Wall, 55, of Rock Springs passed away June 4, 2018, at his home after a sudden illness. Anyone that knew this gentle, loving man knew he was very passionate about everything. Whether it...

 

Mary Pickering

Mary Pickering, 88, passed away April 23, 2018, in Santa Rosa, Calif. She was a resident of California for the past 35 years and is a former resident of Rock Springs,. Pickering was born April 2, 1930...

 

Kathy Krause

Services for Kathy Krause are set for 1 p.m., June 24, at the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Green River....

 

Kenneth Tyler

Services for Kenneth Tyler have also been set. A celebration of life will take place from noon to 3 p.m., June 16 at Veterans Park in Rock Springs....

 

Our View: A few kudos to Green River

It’s easy for us to, week after week, find something to complain about. An ill-advised move by a governing body or an issue that has been overly debated. It’s also easy for us to look at something, decide it can be done better and write about...

 
 By David Martin    Opinion    June 13, 2018

Regarding candidate messages and letters

As the political season kicks into gear, I figured it would be best to establish some rules for campaign messaging. Candidates can submit a campaign announcement, which will run depending on space. I...

 
 By Dave Divis    Opinion    June 13, 2018

A response to allegations

I, Dave Divis Sweetwater County Assessor, am writing to respond to Mr. Rubeck’s accusations against me and my office in his announcement to run for Sweetwater County Assessor. I would also like to point out a very significant statutory requirement...

 

An unfortunate sting

It was a beautiful day. At least for me anyways. It was in the 80s, a light breeze and barely a cloud in the sky. Since it was so warm, I decided it would be a perfect day for my boys and I to try...

 
 By Amanda Cavaz    Opinion    June 13, 2018

Water safety is important in GR

While it’s not yet officially summer, school is out, the temperatures are rising, and the water beckons. Be it the pool, the river, the lake, or even the splash park, one of the best parts of summer is water sports and swimming. In Green River we...

 

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