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Judges: TPL, Copelands defaulted

Judge Tyler entered an order of default in Murdock’s favor for TPL or the Copelands to pay $137,500 with 10-percent post-judgment interest, records show.

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31st Annual Pinedale Turkey Trot draws participants from five states

As usual, there were all types of exercisers participating. We had participants from 8-month-old Otto Troegle to two trotters in their 70s. We had bikers, a stride bike, walkers, runners, run/walkers, trotters and baby strollers. There were people from five different states and 10 towns or cities in Wyoming. Brian Smyth came all the way from San Francisco and Tom Smyth arrived from San Jose. There were also plenty of dogs around to help pull their owners through the course. Due to so many dogs involved, we added a new division to our awards. Sarge (Anderson’s dog) was the first dog through the course, pulling Lars along in 27:09. If we added the canines to our list of participants, we would have over 220 involved.

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Honoring veterans

In the United States, Nov. 11 is set aside to honor veterans that served their country “both in war and in peacetime,” said Michael Edison, American Legion Post No. 47 Commander and U.S. Army veteran.

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SCSD1 aces financial audit

The district’s finances were “presented fairly” and complied with “all applicable accounting standards,” James Lund, an accountant at Carver, Florek and James, told the board of trustees.

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Pilon’s competency hearing now Nov. 21

On March 10, Sublette County Deputy Attorney Adrian Kowalski filed two charges of felony intentional or reckless aggravated assault and battery and two felony counts of property destruction, along with driving with a cell phone screen visible and not wearing a seatbelt. Pilon was released from custody on a $250,000 signature bond.

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Former employee charged stealing 18 ‘shooters’

The convenience store owner told the deputy of several thefts that she found on the adjacent liquor store’s surveillance video when Kecskes was working, according to the affidavit. The deputy reviewed the video and reported seeing the former employee take a total of 18 single-shot containers and put them in his pocket, it says.

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Locals asked to participate in Operation Green Light for Veterans

Individuals, businesses and community partners are encouraged to show their support for local veterans and their service to the United States of America by switching out their porch lights with green bulbs or using a membrane to cast a green hue, through Nov. 13.

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Honoring veterans in Sublette County

Plenty of events planned to honor Sublette County veterans this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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Locals lend a helping hand

Perschau and Pittman chose the project to honor Pittman’s parents, Homer and LeOra Pittman, lifetime members of the VFW Auxiliary.

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PFAC adds second Nutcracker performance in December

Both shows will feature over 45 local dance students who auditioned back in September.

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EMT course planned to address local need

This course will begin on Jan. 9, 2023, and end on May 10, 2023. The registration deadline for this class is Dec. 19. Scholarships are available for county residents through Sublette BOCES to assist with the cost of this course. For more information on applying for this scholarship, please email [email protected]

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‘Hygge’ is like a winter hug

These small details set the scene for the Danish tradition of “hygge” – pronounced hoog-ah – a concept of wellbeing and coziness that it is easily transplanted to the winter climes of Sublette County, according to Alise Watson.

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Sublette County voters weigh in on amendments

Sublette County treasurer Emily Paravicini authored an Oct. 4 letter to the editor of the Pinedale Roundup on behalf of the association, asking area residents to "Vote against the ballot proposition which would allow local governments — cities, counties, schools, special districts, etc. — to invest your money in the stock market."

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McKay appointed to 9th District Court

“While all three candidates were well-qualified, the breadth of Kate’s experience in the 9th District and her work in the Public Defender’s Office make her well-suited for this judgeship,” Gov. Gordon said.

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Centennial committee offering free barn calendars

Calendars will be available at public locations around the county, including both libraries, town halls, senior centers, the county courthouse and both Office Outlet locations beginning on Monday, November 14 - just in time for the holidays!

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Circuit Court roundup Oct. 24 - Oct. 30

Several new charges were filed and sentences imposed in Sublette County Circuit Court.

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Cattle calamity

The out-of-state trucker was not seriously injured but the highway closed between Daniel and Hoback Junction for about seven hours while surviving cattle were moved and debris cleared.

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Gardening tips and tricks Nov. 2022

Use the following suggestions (results may vary) to help with your gardening adventures!

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Winter ordinances took effect Nov. 1

Trash cans, toys, campers, parked cars and other possessions should be kept out of the streets to allow for safe movement of snow removal equipment.

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Citizen, county, Jackson Fork Ranch arguments now Nov. 10

The oral arguments hearing is scheduled for between 2 and 3 p.m. in the judge’s Casper courtroom. It is currently described as “a telephonic conference.” 9th District Clerk of Court Janet Montgomery said the Pinedale courtroom will be open to the public.

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SCHD expresses gratitude to Boman

Boman served for six years on both the Sublette County Rural Health Care District (RHCD) and SCHD boards of trustees.

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Hospital district prepares for building demolition

Removing the Public Health building, built in 1978, to provide space for the new critical access hospital and long-term care facility, is the first step in the construction process.

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Veterans Day in Sublette County

There are plenty of events planned to honor and recognize veterans throughout Sublette County.

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Have a spooky Halloween!

There’s no shortage of Halloween festivities throughout Sublette County this weekend.

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‘Lucy Goes North’ holiday show opens Nov. 3

The show will open on Thursday, Nov. 3, with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. and the public invited. The exhibit will close on Dec.30, 2022.

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Broadway comes to Pinedale!

The event was organized as a fundraiser to help the Pinedale Theatre Company recover financially from the COVID-19 pandemic and produce large-scale musicals in the future, furthering its mission to keep the bar high for arts and culture in Sublette County.

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Public asked to participate in community needs assessment

These are scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 10, at 10 a.m. at the Marbleton Town Hall, 10700 Hwy. 189, Marbleton Wyo., and Thursday, Nov. 10, at 12:45 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, lower level, 524 W. Pine St., Pinedale Wyo. This meeting is also available via Zoom using the following link:

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Nonprofits benefit from busy tourist season

Forest Wakefield, owner of the local hotels, presented the checks to representatives from the nonprofit organizations on Oct. 25. Wakefield and his wife, Sofia, donate one dollar per occupied room or cabin stay to the nonprofit of their choice at the end of each season.

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‘Dear Sirs’ filmmakers applaud the local audience

“When we received a grant this year from the Wyoming Humanities Council to take our latest film ‘Dear Sirs’ to eight towns around Wyoming, we knew that Pinedale had to be on the list. The screening Thursday night (Oct. 6) was our 35th screening in the U.S. and Europe and of those, the seventh in Wyoming.

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Leyva’s attorney requests potential change of plea

Attorney Alex Freeburg filed the motion Oct. 14, asking if Leyva, charged with violent felonies, can change his plea to not guilty by reason of mental illness or deficiency in the alternative, court records show.

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SCSD1 trustees recognize Bondurant Elementary students

BES teacher Karin Unruh presented four pupils with Character Strong Awards for demonstrating a unique, positive trait.

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Water (money), water (money), everywhere

“We encourage everyone to reach out to us with critical aging infrastructures because we can’t do it on our own,” Mead said, asking for public input and feedback as soon as possible. “We need everyone’s help across the state.”

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Circuit Court roundup Oct. 10 to Oct. 16

Several new charges were filed and sentences imposed in Sublette County Circuit Court from Oct. 10 to Oct. 16

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Water (money), water (money), everywhere

Recently, two very different water programs highlighted millions available to switch from ditches to pipelines, rebuild critical structures such as headgates, expand reservoir capacities or prevent flooding.

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Taylor Construction wins first in small business cybersecurity competition

“In 2021 I found our emails to be the target of phishing scams. My email alone could reach 10 email spoofing or phishing emails a day. I was very nervous that I or one of my team members would believe one of these to be legit, click a link, and our whole system would be exposed to a virus,” said Connors. The webinar is still available at https://www.wyomingwomen.org/training.

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Circuit Court roundup Oct.10 to Oct. 16

Several new charges were filed and sentences imposed in Sublette County Circuit Court from Oct. 10 through Oct. 16, 2022.

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Pinedale Library hosts 'Words from the Wild'

“Words for the Wild,” a literary reading featuring regional writers from the journal Deep Wild: Writing from the Backcountry, will set up camp on Thursday, October 20, 6 p.m. at the Sublette County Library in Pinedale. The event is free and includes refreshments. A book signing will follow the presentation.

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Development, wildlife collide along iconic Wyo migration paths

When a neighboring resident, Kevin Roche, later questioned the commissioner’s remarks, Bousman, a lifelong rancher, recoiled. Bousman’s voice stiffened as he told Roche he’s been working with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to help manage wildlife his “whole God damn life. “Don’t accuse me about not caring for wildlife,” Bousman snapped back the afternoon of Oct. 4.

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Taylor Construction wins first in small business cybersecurity competition

On Sept. 23 at the cybersecurity track of UW’s Blockchain Stampede conference, Taylor Construction was revealed to be the winner of Wyoming’s 2022 Cybersecurity Competition for Small Businesses in the category of "contracted or consistent volunteer technical help."

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Pinedale Theatre Company presents ‘Broadway Goes to the Movies’

Part of the proceeds raised will go toward putting on a large-scale musical in 2023. The event is Saturday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. in the Sheppard Auditorium. Tickets are $50 per person and available for purchase on the Pinedale Fine Arts Council’s website at pinedalefinearts.com, both Office Outlets in both Big Piney and Pinedale and the Cowboy Shop in Pinedale.

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County proclaims October ‘Domestic Violence Awareness Month’

Local resources, including an ADA-accessible emergency shelter, legal and medical advocacy, help filling out protection orders and emotional support, are available in Sublette County. Anyone who has been a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking is eligible for services through SAFV regardless of race, religion, gender, ethnicity, age, physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship or sources of financial support. Services are provided without cost to the individual.

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Commissioners adopt wildfire protection plan

Using software to model fire behavior such as flame length, rate of spread and crown fire, the team created integrated hazard-rating maps that depict fire simulations and potential growth across the landscape by combining burn probability and conditional flame length. Seven hazard classes, from non-burnable to highest-risk, are assigned to various locations on the maps.

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Agencies offer tips for hotter, less smoky fires

The presence of glaze indicates enough fuel build-up to cause a chimney fire capable of damaging the structure and spreading to the home.

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Hoback Watershed Level I Study

The Sublette County Conservation District, Teton County Conservation District, Star Valley Conservation District and Wyoming Water Development Office are holding a public informational meeting for the Hoback River Watershed Level I Study at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 11 The meeting will be held at the Bondurant Fire Department located at mile marker 142.7 on U.S. Highway 189/191.

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Wyoming film ‘Dear Sirs’ here on Oct. 6

The screening will be held in the Lovatt Room of the Pinedale Library at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 6 with a special filmmaker Q&A following at 8:15 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for a light reception and meet-and-greet with the filmmakers before the event begins.

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Court shorts

Updates in several local court cases, including Leyva, McNich and Sandoval.

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New judge assigned to Bondurant citizens’ rezoning suit

Due to an unexpected family death, the Aug. 8 oral arguments among attorneys for Sublette County, Jackson Fork Ranch owner Joe Ricketts and Bondurant citizens set for Aug. 25 will be rescheduled again.

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Circuit Court roundup Sept. 19 to Sept. 25

Several new charges were filed and sentences imposed in Sublette County Circuit Court from Sept. 19 to Sept. 25.

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Albert Sommers receives national conservation and stewardship award

Upon notification of the award, Sommers told the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, “I have a deep respect for this landscape that I occupy and the wildlife that coexist with it. This landscape has defined who I am and what motivates me as a rancher and legislator. We are on the cusp of change in Wyoming, and I fear that this deep respect for landscape that imbibes in those of us who have lived here for generations will disappear.”

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Public art

On her tippy toes for art, Bailey Schuup paints a Grayling on the big overhead door and the Wind River Brew Pub. Born and raised in Pinedale, Schuup works at the pub as a waitress, and now as an artist.

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Copelands deny liability as individuals

In their Sept. 19 response to the recent civil lawsuit filed on July 21 by a Big Piney investor to collect more $134,000 from Triple Peak Landscaping, LLC, owners Ramsey and Shane Copeland provided their affirmative defenses.

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Runners raise funds for nonprofits at Pinedale Half Marathon

Pinedale High School’s Madison Antonino, 16, claimed first in the 10K race out of 78 female runners. Big Piney High School’s Colby Jenks, 17, beat 33 other male runners to the finish line to claim first place in the 6.21-mile race.

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Sublette Community Band performs

Anyone of any age with musical interests or abilities is welcome to join free weekly rehearsals. To learn more, visit sublettecommunityband.com.

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Community campfire

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Circuit Court roundup Sept. 12 to Sept. 18

Several new charges were filed and sentences imposed in Sublette County Circuit Court from Sept. 12 to Sept. 18.

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Skyline students recognize Constitution Day

Vrska’s presentation was part of an assembly organized by Skyline Principal Kellie Jo Williams, in back, to mark Constitution Day, observed on Saturday, Sept. 17.

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Aeronautics commission meets in Pinedale Sept. 23

Wyoming Aeronautics Commission members will attend the Wyoming Airports Coalition (WAC) Conference, Sept. 21-23, at the Sublette School District #1 Administration Building, 665 Tyler St., in Pinedale.

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BTNF seeks local Resource Advisory Committee members

Members must be Wyoming residents and understand projects under review will be within Sublette and Lincoln counties. Meetings are held at least once (and between one to four meetings) during the year.

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BLM Pinedale and Kemmerer field offices plan campground winterization

Scab Creek and Warren Bridge campgrounds will be open through the end of October or until the first significant snowfall, whichever comes first.

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Jack Creek Cattle Dipping Vat opens to public

Over the years the abandoned dipping vat began collapsing and Katherine Campbell Bond, granddaughter of homesteader-ranchers Lorenzo and Luretta “Rita” Campbell, wanted to preserve it. She contacted the Sublette County Historic Preservation Board CLG and Sublette County Historical Society for advice. Bond then researched state, county and newspaper archives to make her presentation during the Sept. 10 open house.

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Search suspended for man missing in Fremont Lake

Underwater current is minimal to none in the area crews searched, as evidenced by the lack of silt accumulation, the fact that ambient light disappears around 170 feet below the surface and pressure reaching 110 pounds per square inch.

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Hoback Rim ‘trauma therapy center’ is proposed

The facility would be about 20,000 square feet with two levels, making a total area of 32,000 square feet. It would a residential treatment program for up to 32 youths at one time, for 90 days, year-round. It would also offer a “couples therapy retreat program” for up to six couples staying three to five days, with use planned six to 12 times a year during summer, it says.

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Montgomery is Sublette County’s new UW Extension educator

As an undergraduate, Montgomery earned a B.S. in animal science and a B.S. in equine science and management, both from the University of Kentucky. In addition to assisting with research in the animal sciences nutrition lab and animal science beef unit, he completed a summer internship at the IX Ranch in Choteau County, Montana.

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Celebrating 100 years of Ellen

A Sublette Center resident will claim the title of centenarian this year, something few get to do. Ellen Reed, Sublette County native, will celebrate her 100th birthday on Sept. 19.

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Public Health offers drive-thru vaccine clinics

Drive-thru flu and COVID-19 vaccine clinic schedules Big Piney/Marbleton: Tuesday, Oct. 4, 10 a.m. to noon High-Dose Flu (65+ years only), Sublette County Fair Grounds, Marbleton Tuesday, Oct. 4 , 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Community Clinic (all ages), Sublette County Fair Grounds, Marbleton Pinedale: Thursday, Oct. 6, 10 a.m. to noon High-Dose Flu (65+ years only), Museum of the Mountain Man, Pinedale Thursday, Oct. 6, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Community Clinic (all ages), Museum of the Mountain Man, Pinedale Thursday, Oct. 13, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Community Clinic (all ages), Museum of the Mountain Man, Pinedale

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Aerial cheatgrass treatments around Half Moon Lake area this week

Although the Forest Service claims the chemicals used for treatment “are not harmful to people or animals,” in a Sept. 13 press release the agency requested “people who had planned to recreate in these areas … to make alternate plans.”

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Barefoot on Half Moon Lake

"It was surreal to return to 'dance on the water,' and share with my wife, Sherry, family and friends and give the gift of barefooting for the first time on Half Moon Lake to my brother, Dan and his nephew, Philip. A memory they will never forget!"

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Circuit Court roundup Aug. 29 to Sept. 4

Several new charges were filed and sentences imposed in Sublette County Circuit Court from Aug. 29 to Sept. 4.

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Garden of Beauty: Maggie McAllister

The final Sage and Snow Garden of Beauty Award for the summer rightly goes to longtime gardener, Maggie McAllister. Maggie developed the Painted Sage Farm in 2006 to grow market meat and vegetables.

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Triple Peak Landscaping sued for breach of contracts

The civil suit alleges Shane R. Copeland and Ramsey Copeland, owners of Triple Peak Landscaping, LLC, breached two handwritten contracts and received “unjust enrichment” after “silent investor” William F. Murdock presented Shane Copeland with two amounts – one of $30,000 and one of $80,000 – on Oct. 26, 2021.

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Wyoming Centennial Farm & Ranch presents ‘Sublette County Special Edition’

Every year, the State Historic Preservation Office honors Wyoming ranch and farm families that have continuously owned and worked the same land for 100 years or more.

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Historic cattle-dipping vat open house is Sept. 10

At 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10, an open house event will be held at the old Jack Creek Cattle Dipping Vat in Bondurant. The public is invited to attend.

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Woman wins ‘heat’ damages at trial

Shortly before the Roosevelt Fire sprang into life in 2019, Kristie Caddy’s new log-sided home in the Hoback Ranches was almost complete. Caddy spent several years planning and overseeing the home’s construction on a large piece of secluded property.

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Circuit Court roundup Aug. 22 to Aug. 28

Several new charges were filed in Sublette County Circuit Court from Aug. 22 to Aug. 28.

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Domestic battery cases in Circuit Court

A man on probation for a March domestic battery charge was in court again Aug. 31 for violating probation terms by drinking alcohol in a Teton County bar.

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Homeowners “shocked” about county’s gravel pit plans

The “Petition to Sublette County, Doyle Gravel Mine making the rounds has gathered 223 signatures of Sublette County residents opposing its future as a 65-acre gravel pit, along with four email comments and 14 social media responses opposing “the Doyle gravel mine.”

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Sage & Snow Garden Club Tour

A large turnout of gardeners – about 75 – enjoyed the Sage and garden tour and dinner.

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2022 Lynn Thomas Memorial Art Show

A range of styles and subjects were on display at the annual lynn Thomas Memorial Art Show & Sale.

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Applications and professional service agreements approved

The council moved forward with the Transportation Master Plan, accepting a bid from Jorgensen Associates to lead a team of engineers in an analysis of traffic issues including speeds, safe pedestrian crossings and sight distances and to identify solutions, Pearce explained.

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Future upgrades planned for Green River Lakes and Union Pass roads

Geroy confirmed the BTNF and county were in the design and engineering phase for upgrades to the Green River Lakes and Union Pass roads with completion scheduled for this winter.

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County, Ricketts battle to keep resort rezone

The civil challenge for judicial review of the Dec. 7, 2021, “agency decision” was filed May 16 in 9th District Court and assigned to Judge Melissa Owens in Teton County. She set aside two hours for oral arguments on Aug. 25 at 1:00 p.m. in the Jackson courtroom “for judicial economy,” her order says. It was originally set for Aug. 8.

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McCollum returns to western Wyoming

Memorial services for fallen U.S. Marine and Wyoming native Rylee McCollum will be held after his child is born.

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COVID-19 testing state's health-care system

Public Health encouraged those who are feeling ill to get tested and quarantine. That update alone confirmed individuals were quarantining or isolating in Big Piney, Boulder, Bondurant, Marbleton and Pinedale.

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Crews free ospreys found entwined

After a landowner called to say that two fledgling osprey appeared to be trapped in their nest on a 30-foot platform, Wyoming Game and Fish biologist Dean Clause and Sublette Emergency Manager Jim Mitchell came to the rescue.

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Layton construction manager outlines hospital process

The Sublette County Hospital District’s critical access hospital construction timetable remains fluid due to fluctuations in raw material markets.

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Fifty years of fighting fires

Bondurant firefighters Richard and Gloria Thomas, with 27 and 23 years respectively, were honored recently for their notable 50 combined years of service.

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Youth participate in summer bike repair class

Pinedale youth completed a pilot summer bike repair class sponsored by the 4-H in cooperation with the Sublette Prevention Coalition and Department of Family Services.

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Jewkes receives sentence of 15 to 20 years

Jewkes’ fate was announced at the end of her one-day trial on Aug. 19.

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Ten new recruits join SCUF

Fire Chief Shad Cooper presided over the ceremony at SCUF’s Marbleton training facility. Family members, close friends and veteran firefighters pinned SCUF badges onto each graduate’s chest.

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Little Wrangler Day Camp participants make their marks

Little Wrangler Day Campers spent the last couple weeks with visiting artist Cristy Anspach thanks to a Community Support Grant from the Wyoming Arts Council.

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Pinedale air quality team gets honor from DEQ

If your team’s job is to examine the Upper Green River Basin’s oil and gas emissions and decrease or prevent them, your work might seem endless.

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Garden of Beauty – Aug. 20

The final Garden of Beauty Award from the Sage and Snow Garden Club goes to Chris Thomas and Roy Barney, 96 Willow Lake Road, near Pinedale.

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Garden party for a day

The Sage and Snow Garden Club hosted its annual Garden Tour and Dinner on Saturday, Aug. 14.

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Boulder man dies in rollover

Local traveled less than a mile before rolling on Highway 353.

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UPDATE: Missing hiker discovered in Fremont County

Authorities confirmed that, unfortunately, they discovered the hiker returning from Gannett Peak was discovered deceased in Fremont County.

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Over $12K raised for PAC in July

Friends of PAC, the local nonprofit that provides support for the Pinedale Aquatic Center, raised over $12,000 in donations for the PAC in July.

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Garden of Beauty – Aug. 13

This week, the Sage and Snow Garden Club awarded Laurie and Mike McClain at 7 Faler Lane near Pinedale its coveted Garden of Beauty Award.

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Fair: Hardworking horses of the pulls

The busy week closed with the Saturday night special contest of teams from several states competing in the Utah Horse Pulling Association’s sanctioned event.

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Fair: Greased pig, pig wrestling results

Results from the Sublette County Fair.

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Fair: Little Buckaroo Rodeo results

Results from the Sublette County Fair.

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Fair: 4-H, FFA and Open Division awards

Results from the Sublette County Fair.

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Lynn Thomas Memorial Art Show returns

The 2021 Lynn Thomas Memorial Art Show brought together local artists and art lovers who in the past year have missed getting together. Although this year’s show held off on the social reception, quick draw and auction as health precautions, many fairgoers stopped by the Community Hall during the recent Sublette County Fair.

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Garden of Beauty – Aug. 6

Gary and Ruth Neely, 75 Fox Willow Drive, Pinedale, love all the smells, colors and shapes that are a delightful part of gardening.

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Sublette reaches settlement with Vanguard

The Sublette County Treasurer’s Office and Attorney’s Office finally brought an end to the ongoing Vanguard Natural Resources litigation.

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Bell creates photo book to remember 2020

One part of life that stayed just as it was during last year’s COVID-19 shutdown was the beauty of the natural landscapes, wildflowers and wildlife.

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Enzi remembered by those he influenced

Mike Enzi was working on his pilot’s license when he chose Dave Bell for a small flight from Gillette to Cheyenne.

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Annual garden club tour is Aug. 14

With our warm days and warm nights, Sublette County gardeners are enjoying gorgeous flowers and bountiful harvests.

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Garden of Beauty – July 30

This week’s beautiful garden award goes to Jill and Mark Randall and son Garrett, 90 Horseshoe Road, near Daniel.

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Garden of Beauty – July 23

The colorful array of flowers adorning the large deck and patio at 120 Fox Willow Drive in Pinedale earned the Sage and Snow Garden of Beauty Award this week for gardeners Michele and Bill Doyle.

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Popular art show to return to Sublette County Fair

Big Piney artist and art show director Sharon Schell is pleased to announce the return of the Sublette County Fair Lynn Thomas Memorial Art Show. Because of continued COVID concerns, there will be no reception, quick draw or auction this year. However, fair goers can anticipate and enjoy a vibrant exhibit of new work by 22 local artists.

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Garden of Beauty – July 16

The Sage and Snow Garden Club has selected Dorothy and Wayne Fornstroms’ beautiful gardens at 39 Granite Lane as this week’s Garden of Beauty.

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Judge approves anonymity in Big Piney lawsuit

Sublette County School District 9 did not respond to the plaintiff's request for anonymity.

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Scales and Tales reptiles greet kids

Youth in Pinedale and Big Piney were treated to a presentation by Scales and Tales Utah, where founder Shane Richins brought lizards and snakes to greet the Sublette County youth.

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Cyclists pass through Pinedale raising funds for veterans

The Forest Service ranger informing the Zenonis they were in the path of a mother grizzly and her two cubs somewhere near Togwotee Pass was just another byproduct of Dean’s quest to maintain motivation.

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Garden of Beauty winner announced

Julie Early and Barney Snyder, 40 Hay Meadow Drive, near Pinedale, are the Sage and Snow Garden Club’s second Garden of Beauty Award for 2021.

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Wolf seasons to be discussed

The Wyoming Game and Fish will discuss and vote on proposed gray wolf trophy hunting seasons during its upcoming meeting, July 13-15, in Sheridan.

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Public Health nurses earn DAISY Team Award

Sublette County Public Health staff received a surprise at an event the agency hosted to thank the community for its support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Collaborative study shows climate change impacts on Greater Yellowstone Area

A first-of-its-kind recently published study indicates the Greater Yellowstone Area will see major environmental shifts within the next 80 years if there is little to no action taken to mitigate climate change.

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Hundreds gather for Bondo BBQ

Photos from the 79th annual Bondurant BBQ.

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Gordon reacts to Supreme Court's inaction on coal port suit

The United States Supreme Court ruled earlier this week that it will not hear a challenge made by both Wyoming and Montana to a proposed coal-port case based in Washington State.

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A garden of beauty

Karen and Ole Skinner of 126 Fayette Pole Creek Rd., Pinedale, are the first recipients of the Sage and Snow Garden Club’s Garden of Beauty Award for 2021.

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PHOTOS: 2021 Spring Expo

Photos from the 2021 Spring Expo.

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PHOTOS: 2021 Gem & Mineral Show

Photos from the 2021 Sublette County Rock Hounds Gem & Mineral Show.

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Centennial: Pinedale wins county seat

The following is a story published in the Pinedale Roundup, Vol. 16, No. 27. It has only been edited to conform to standard style and runs now as it did 100 years ago.

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Final Students of the Month honored for 2020-21 year

The Sublette County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees recognized the final Students of the Month for the 2020-2021 academic year at its June 17 meeting.

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Volunteers help Fence Day efforts

Hunters and fishermen alike pulled up to the edge of Kendall Valley with fencing pliers and gloves with the aim of clearing over a mile of barbed wire fencing in the area on June 15.

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WWSGS continues with history-making horse sale

The sale’s total was about $600,000 with $146,500 paid out to local consigners.

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Children's art on display at Mystery Print Gallery

The show runs through July 3.

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Vlastos named Teacher of the Year

Stepping up to teach in front of a classroom filled with teenagers for the first time is daunting. Fortunately, educator George Vlastos found a mentor early in his career.

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Gem and Mineral Show to open

The fifth annual gem and mineral show by the Sublette County Rock Hounds is this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 18-20.

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Little Wrangler Day Camp gains donation

Friends of PAC recently received a $5,000 grant to support the Pinedale Aquatic Center’s Little Wrangler Day Camp this summer.

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Gordon announces new drought resource website

Gov. Mark Gordon announced new drought resources this week for those curious or in need.

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Multibay garage catches fire

There were no injuries and an investigation into the cause of the fire is ongoing.

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Marshall earns DAISY Award

The DAISY Award is a 12-year old international honor bestowed upon a nurse who is recognized by her peers, as well as community, for exemplary care.

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Star Valley Health breaks ground on new facility

Members of Star Valley Health, North Lincoln County Hospital District and elected officials gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony of the new Alpine Health Care Facility on May 21.

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Wyoming receives nuclear investment

The announcement Gov. Mark Gordon teased for days was finally shared on Wednesday morning and foreshadowed a massive investment in Wyoming’s energy futures.

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Noble's Upper Green River book garners award

The book won the 'Silver Medal' in the 2021 Independent Publisher Book Awards' History - Oversized Category.

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SAFV gains donation

The Rocky Mountain Power Foundation continued its decade-long support for the Sublette County Sexual Assault and Family Violence Task Force with a $2,500 grant recently.

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Big Piney dancer making memories

Taking to the stage from a young age, Skye Sperl brings experience and dedication to her dance team.

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Students of the Month for May recognized

Four students chosen as classes ready for dismissal.

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Middle school students gain STEAM

Pinedale Middle School students became “Artist Explorers” last week through a STEAM-based arts residency.

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Book signing for Brodie

Local writer and former Pinedale Roundup columnist Mary Brodie has announced a book signing for her first novel.

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Black will change pleas related to fentanyl charges

An Idaho Falls man charged with bringing fentanyl pills disguised as Oxycodone into Sublette County on Jan. 28 will change his not guilty pleas after reached a plea agreement.

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Gray wolf population saw growth outside trophy-game area

Gray wolves across of Wyoming at the end of 2020 showed growth compared to the year before with higher estimates outside of the state’s trophy-game area.

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Rex Rammell trial gets postponed

The trial will be rescheduled due to a witness’s health concerns, according to Circuit Court Clerk Amy Knotts.

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Gordon speaks to Senate committee on leasing moratorium

Gov. Gordon joins diverse group of witnesses.

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PHS' Shyla Orders earns STARR Scholarship

She received word earlier this month.

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PHS students learn from 'Hamilton' star

Thayne Jasperson came to Pinedale to teach multiple workshops.

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UW publishes migration conservation study

The interdisciplinary study involves ecology, economics and law to examine migration habits.

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WYLD Dance Co. finishes big in Utah

Dance team from small-county Wyoming is making a big name for itself, taking some of the top placings at a regional event in Utah.

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Gordon issues statement on BLM's lack of 2Q lease sale

Gov. Mark Gordon issued a statement on Wednesday after receiving news the Bureau of Land Management will not hold its second-quarter oil and gas lease sale.

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Lummis brings K-12 budget issues to Senate

U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis recently invited Wyoming State Sen. Affie Ellis, R-Cheyenne, to Washington, D.C., so she could testify about the importance of the energy sector to Wyoming’s schools before the Banking Committee hearing on Tuesday.

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Commissioners revisit healthcare policies after year of COVID

As daily active COVID-19 cases once again flatten throughout the county, the Sublette County Board of Commissioners addressed numerous items that were implemented a year ago to combat the incoming pandemic at its meeting on Tuesday inside the Pinedale Library’s Lovatt Room.

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Green River trout estimates break records

The year 2020 is one many of us will remember.

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Gov. Gordon signs new bills supporting state's energy sector

Gov. Mark Gordon signed another six bills into law this week, including three that support Wyoming’s energy sector.

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SCSD1 recognizes Students of the Month

The Sublette County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees recognized four Students of the Month at its April 8 regular meeting.

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Sublette COVID cases remain high as health orders extend

The two remaining statewide health orders in Wyoming have been extended to the end of the month while Sublette County’s surge in active COVID-19 cases continues.

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Pronghorn picnic to cap Earth Day celebration

Earth Day is the perfect time to take a good look around and see where the outside world and our wildlife need extra attention.

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Gov. Gordon signs bills, expresses disappointment

Gov. Mark Gordon put pen to paper this week, signing dozes of bills approved by the Wyoming Legislature during the 66th Session into law.

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PHS brings The Addams Family to life

Dead ancestors rise from their graves to join the living in an annual rite celebrating generations of Addams Family history.

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HEAR always looks for 'furever' homes

The year was 2007 and the “boom” was under way.

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COVID-19 cases rise as variants detected in Sublette

An updated briefing on April 6 confirmed 18 active cases of COVID-19 in Sublette County, 13 of which were confirmed so far in the week.

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Battling a pandemic

Nurses deal with all kinds of trauma.

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Addressing Sublette's alcohol culture

Sheriff K.C. Lehr has referred to Sublette County as home ever since he and his parents moved to Big Piney when he was 10.

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Short-term rental guidelines discussed

About 18 people attended the March 25 public workshop about county short-term rentals.

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Q&A with Sen. John Barrasso

The senator took time to answer a few of the Roundup’s questions.

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SCSO warns of ongoing IRS and Social Security scam calls

The Sublette County Sheriff’s Office has recently received multiple calls about IRS and Social Security scam calls

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First bear sightings bring awareness tips

It’s clear – the bears are out. And right on schedule.

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The Addams Family comes to Pinedale

Pinedale High School troop revives iconic characters with musical.

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Fishing For the Fight chosen as donation recipient

FFTF chosen by Pinedale Dental.

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Rock Hounds club prepares for annual gem conventions

The club’s next meeting is Saturday, April 17, at 1 p.m. at the fairgrounds Event Center.

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G&F's Turnbull transfers to Sheridan

Turnbull was in Pinedale since Dec. 2005.

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Students of the Month honored

Four students honored.

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Jewkes' arraignment set for March 25

Driver faces two felony aggravated homicide charges.

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Public Health continues vaccination rollout

Days after Gov. Mark Gordon announced he would not renew Wyoming’s statewide mask requirement, Sublette County Public Health Nurse Janna Lee delivered the promising update on Sublette’s battle with the novel coronavirus.

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Historic county divisions in Wyoming

Celebrating Sublette's centennial.

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GRVCA looking toward the future

Jeanne Lockwood, president of the Green River Valley Cattlemen’s Association, had a strong message to share during the group’s March 6 annual meeting at Marbleton Town Hall.

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DOI plans fossil fuel forum for March 25

The Department of the Interior announced a virtual forum set for Thursday, March 25, as part of its “comprehensive review of the federal oil and gas program called for in Executive Order 14008.”

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Summer projects to affect airport users

Four expansion and renovation projects are scheduled at the Pinedale Airport for this summer.

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Gov. Gordon announces removal of statewide mask requirement

More info to come on the reduced health orders that will go into effect March 16.

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Political boundaries before Wyoming

Celebrating Sublette's Centennial.

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Cunningham wins Peace Poster Contest

Big Piney seventh-grader Addi Cunningham wins prize awarded by Pinedale Lions Club.

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Vaccine registration opens further

WDH revises 1C group to include those 50 years and older.

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Hospital district update on management partner

Timeline update on hospital district's choice for management partner.

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Ultra commits to 'responsibly sourced gas'

UP Energy, previously Ultra Petroleum, announced Thursday its plans to certify its Upper Green River Basin natural-gas products as “responsibly sourced gas.”

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Naming of Sublette County

The latest installment in a series celebrating a century of Sublette County.

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Rammell campaign stops in Pinedale

Rex Rammell told a dozen people gathered in the Sublette County Libraries’ Lovatt Room that he had one more gubernatorial run in him.

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Legislative Update – Feb. 20

From House Rep. Albert Sommers, District No. 20

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Students of the Month recognized

The Sublette County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees recognized four Students of the Month on Feb. 11.

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Extension stress preparedness for area rangelands

Withstanding La Nina has been difficult for Wyoming agricultural producers.

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Sublette apprehensive of district consolidation bill

A bill aimed at restructuring Wyoming’s school districts, that would reduce the different number of districts in half, was received for introduction by the Wyoming Legislature on Jan. 26.

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Dr. Rammell's jury trial set for April 28

Rammell declined to waive his right to counsel.

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Management candidates make extended bids

Combined six hours of managing partner interviews with stakeholders and community members led to these takeaways.

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Gordon, governors call on Biden to withdraw executive order

Gov. Mark Gordon leads group of 17 Republican governors calling on President Biden to withdraw oil and gas lease executive order.

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Ten snowplow collisions happen within five-day window

WYDOT reports 17 snowplow collisions this winter season already.

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The organization of Sublette County

Celebrating Sublette's Centennial

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CURED sponsors exhibit at Pinedale Library's Gallery Wall

Thirteen artworks show a wide range of perspectives – and creative expression – to portray “A Vision of Responsible Energy Development” in Sublette County and Wyoming.

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Hospital Board makes first key decisions

The board moved forward with vital steps in hospital's opening during Wednesday night meeting.

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‘Bold Wanderings’ will help you locate your place in the cosmos

Art writer Sue Sommers writes about a piece found at Mystery Print Gallery.

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Jewkes' preliminary is continued again

Jewkes is charged with two counts of aggravated homicide and driving under the influence of alcohol after being involved in a fatal collision in Hoback Canyon on Jan. 1.

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Brost's trial still on; Carter to change plea

Two Pinedale residents charged together last October with felony and misdemeanor drug charges both had trials set to begin on March 8, in 9th District Court.

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Public invited to Q&As with hospital district's managing partner finalists

The meetings will be held at the Big Piney Library, and on Zoom, for three consecutive days next week.

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Legislative Update, Jan. 30, Feb. 1 and 2

From House Rep. Albert Sommers, District No. 20.

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Miller donates 162 more acres for conservation

The property is between the Bridger-Teton National Forest boundary and South Beaver Creek.

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SCSO recognizes 'years of service' milestones

Ten members celebrate their anniversaries.

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Proposed school district budget reductions tabled

Staff, students, community members spoke in opposition.

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Trials set for 4 in hunting-camp confrontation

Charges stem from October altercation.

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La Barge businessman removed from G&F Commission

Outspoken Schmid removed and replaced by Gov. Gordon.

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Libraries offer after-school 'study halls'

Ten at a time can use the spaces until 6 p.m.

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Attorney wants to question alleged victim

Marbleton resident charged with third-degree abuse of a minor.

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Big Piney man waives his speedy trial

Charges stem from October arrest.

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Delegation posts energy protection bills

Rep. Cheney introduces two energy bills, Sens. Lummis and Barrasso cosponsor new bill.

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Federal lease moratorium labeled as 'crushing,' 'illegal' – and 'necessary'

Biden Administration's 60-day federal lease moratorium draws swift reaction from locals.

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Oil and gas looks back at 2020

Annual survey outlines significant events.

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Sublette County Special Hospital District conducts 1st meeting

Board members take first step in "scary" and "exciting" chapter.

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Clear as ice

Winter fun continues in the mountain range.

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Christmas Bird Count returns

Tradition adds depth to Audubon Society's survey.

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Mary's Monolith

A lesson in perspective.

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