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Outdoor recreation buoyed state's economy

Trending revenues from outdoor recreation in Wyoming took a dramatic climb since the start of the pandemic, statistics show.

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Risk range, death toll rise in Sublette

At least one county resident has died of the novel coronavirus each week since the week of Oct. 8 to 15.

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Local students write about America

Two different veterans’ entities sponsored separate annual essay contests recently, and shared the results with the Roundup.

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Pinedale man's mandate lawsuit dismissed

Judge says the case needs to go through other channels first.

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SCSD1 honors Students of the Month

The Sublette County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees recognized eight Students of the Month at its Nov. 11 meeting.

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WHP trooper pleads not guilty to animal cruelty

Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Richard J. Morrison pleaded not guilty in writing to the misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty, meaning his Nov. 15 arraignment did not take place in Sublette County Circuit Court.

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Gordon signs only bill to come from special session

Nearly two weeks after the special session of the Wyoming State Legislature ended, Gov. Mark Gordon officially signed the only bill that came out of that session – House Bill 1002.

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Wyoming's legal fight against administration continues

Officially, a petition for judicial review was filed in the United States 8th Circuit Court of Appeals on Nov. 5 and a motion for stay was filed earlier this week.

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Nocturne art show takes over Mystery Print

Asking 19 contemporary artists to explore that one word – “nocturne” – and where it led them was the goal of David Klarén’s new show through Dec. 31 at his Mystery Print Gallery in Pinedale.

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Four Sublette residents die of COVID in a week

Sublette County dropped into the low transmission zone, denoted light green on the Wyoming Department of Health’s metrics, last week – although it did not come without loss of lives.

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Chamber's new director makes her era about connections

Looking out the car windows as a child, staring at the natural marvels on the way from her Rock Springs home to her grandfather’s home in Driggs, Idaho, there was resolve. Joanie Christie wanted to live in Pinedale.

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On a quest for candy, crowds enjoy Halloween Stroll

A little bit of rain couldn’t scare off hundreds of people from walking along Pine Street for the annual Halloween Stroll on Saturday, Oct. 30.

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Boo-ndurant Trunk or Treat

This year, on Oct. 29 most activities took place outside – where the kids always end up playing anyway.

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CDC approves vaccine for children

Vaccines meant to help prevent transmission and serious illness related to COVID-19 are now endorsed and recommended for younger, school-aged children.

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Pinedale's schedule of Veterans Day events

American Legion Post 47 in Pinedale has announced its affiliated Veterans Day activities.

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Historians calling upon Sublette groups

The Sublette County Historical Society/Museum of the Mountain Man and the Green River Valley Museum are encouraging the help of those around to gather and document their history – as it is part of Sublette history.

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Hospital District passes retention bonus

COVID-19 intensified a nationwide shortage in health-care workers, and Sublette County is no exception.

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Another Sublette resident dies with COVID

Another Sublette County resident died from COVID-19 this week, sending the county’s death toll up to 16 since the start of the pandemic.

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Artist shares work with all of Pinedale

Max Mahn is one of those lucky people whose family supported and even enabled his artistic growth, from spray-painting expressive rubbery faces inspired by train-car graffiti as a teen to a windowless shed for a studio.

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Commissioners decide on scholarship process

Following hours of extended conversation spread across numerous meetings, and an impromptu executive session that followed an hour discussion at last Tuesday’s meeting, the Sublette County Board of Commissioners voted on its new scholarship selection process.

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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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