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Racers will compete for first, second and third place prizes in the kids’, women’s and men’s categories. One racer will be crowned as the event’s “best dressed,” so participants are encouraged to get creative with their outfits and costumes.

The half-marathon course is an out-and-back race between Pinedale and Fremont Lake. The 10K course begins at the Fremont Lake Lookout north of Pinedale and follows a downhill decent back to town. The 1-Mile Fun Run followed town streets, with the start and finish lines at Rendezvous Pointe.

Cosmetologist Shelby Kumar presented Mayor Shane Voss and councilmembers Dalin Hughes, Tawnya Miller, Kinsey Voss and Sierra Banks with a sketch of her proposal to install plumbing and replace the floor in the town’s adjacent building at 415 Budd Ave.

For kids, parents and potential leaders to learn what 4-H has to offer, Sublette County 4-H is having two open houses next week. The first is Wednesday, Oct. 4, 4 to 7 p.m. at the Sublette County Extension Office, 9660 Highway 191, Pinedale. The next is Thursday, Oct. 5, 4 to 7 p.m. at Marbleton Town Hall, 10700 Highway 189, Marbleton. Check it out and enter to win door prizes!

Deputy Brian Gardner discusses the importance of understanding the rights granted to U.S. citizens in the nation’s founding documents at a ceremony honoring Constitution Day hosted by Skyline Academy on Monday, Sept. 18.

Over the course of the town’s audit, accountants at Summit West CPA Group examined Pinedale’s financial statements with a fine-tooth comb, sifting through a “mountain of information” and processing hundreds of samples to “identify areas for improvement and provide a fresh set of eyes,” Fixter explained to the council.

The Pinedale Fine Arts Council (PFAC) is proud to present The 3 Redneck Tenors on Thursday, Sept. 28, at 7 p.m. in the Sheppard (Pinedale) Auditorium. This family-friendly show kicks off PFAC’s 2023-24 season and is sure to entertain. Tickets for The 3 Redneck Tenors are available at and Nested West, The Cowboy Shop, Office Outlet, the Big Piney Office Outlet and at the door the night of the performance. Ticket prices are $20 per adult and $7 per student.

The Sublette County Planning & Zoning Commission meets Thursday, Sept. 21, at 6 p.m., in the commissioners meeting room to review two applications and continue with Chapter 1 Definitions.

The temporary increase in turbidity is associated with bank stabilization.Activity in cold water streams like Pine Creek is normally limited to a ten (10) NTU increase over background.

A range of discussion topics include heifer development and reproductive efficiency for Wyoming, nutritional evaluation and planning, and beef market outlooks.

The Big Piney Library hosted its Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 16.

Singer songwriter Jared Rogerson performs a song about enlightenment and tough times at the Suicide Prevention Awareness Community Campfire in Pinedale on Sept. 13.

Newly installed officers with the Pinedale Chapter No. 39 Order of the Eastern Star include Kendall Brunette, worthy matron, and Dave Lankford, worthy patron.

Work could begin as early as 7 p.m. tonight, Sept. 19. The motoring public should expect delays when traveling through Pinedale.

BPHS Homecoming week commenced with Paint the Town on Monday, Sept. 11.

Pinedale High School alumna Aspyn Green, Class of 2021, was one of more than 300 agriculture students at West Texas A&M University to receive a record amount in academic scholarships during a celebratory weekend on Sept. 8-9.

As someone who is just entering the professional world at the Sublette County Conservation District, my current position as the natural resource technician is perfect for that. I get to experience working with all of our different programs and see how each functions.

Mayor Matt Murdock expressed ‘a long-overdue’ thank you to the Mollring family for the easement to build the bridge and the years of support the family gave to the community. Tranquility Bridge was constructed in 2009.

Chase and his mother, Sylvia, have created a beautiful space in front of his business with a variety of flowers, herbs, and vegetables.

Although Friday evening, Aug. 25, started out grey and wet at the Pinedale Rodeo Grounds, everyone had a smile watching kids ride bronc-y wild ponies, steers and draft horses, throw some breakaway loops and chase a little goat in the damp arena.

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