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The Clerk of the District Court Office will attend trainings on the new case management system

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GREEN RIVER — The District Court Clerk’s office is gearing up for some exciting changes in the coming months.

Starting next week, July 11, the office will be understaffed for two weeks while they all attend mandatory trainings in Cheyenne to prepare for the new FCE case management system. Half of the office will be gone the week of July 11 and the other half the week of July 18. District Court Clerk DonnaLee Bobak and Belinda, her chief deputy, are spending separate weeks, so one of them will be in the office during that time.

On August 10, the current case management system will be closed and the office will operate manually. Pleadings will still be filed and processed; however, the office will not be able to enter them into the new system until the conversion is complete. August 13 is the program conversion date and the office will go live on August 15 with its new system.

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During this transition, the north office will be temporarily closed and all services will be available at the main office during normal business hours.

“We will be working overtime to make sure this challenge is as successful and smooth as possible,” Bobak said. “I ask for your understanding and patience as we implement this more comprehensive program.”