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Pinedale Middle School student Isla Blair was among the winners selected by the Wyoming Native Plant Society for its poster contest celebrating April 2024 as Wyoming Native Plant Month. The contest, open to all sixth through eighth-grade students in Wyoming, invited youth to create a poster around the theme: “Help Wildlife: Grow Native Plants,” illustrating the essential role Wyoming native plants play in supporting wildlife.

One week after photos and videos of Roberts interacting with the brutalized animal, shown with its muzzle bound by duct tape and wearing at least one shock collar, went viral online, local organizations, businesses, ranchers, hunters and other community members are still grappling with the aftermath. 

SUBLETTE COUNTY — The Sublette Prevention Coalition hosted AgriSafe representative Olivia Bury to share valuable resources about mental health during a series of forums held April 9-11 in …

BIG PINEY — The Children’s Learning Center (CLC) hosted its Third Annual CLC Bowling Day at Flicks N’ Pins on Saturday, April 13. Students, staff and many program families attended …

The Wind River Skate Club returned from the Cody Spring Classic/Cowboy State Games with one trophy and a combined 57 medals — 13 gold, 30 silver and 14 bronze.

CASPER — He was known by friends and neighbors as Bobby, a familiar face on the basketball court and recognized by his dashing mop of curly brown hair and boyishly charming smirk. He’s …

PINEDALE — Although the news of Cody Roberts capturing and torturing a live wolf by running it down on his snowmobile and binding its mouth shut before killing it in Daniel has captivated the …

For comparison, a minor in possession of alcohol paid a larger court fine that week than Roberts did, and Roberts wasn’t even required to appear. Not even Sublette County Sherif KC Lehr knew what had occurred on Feb. 29 until recently. Roberts’ case was marked “closed” in circuit court, but the shockwaves are far from over.

After more than three hours of presentations and public comments, and with the Lovatt Room packed full of their constituents, Sublette County Commissioners voted 3-2 to approve the controversial conditional use permit (CUP) requested by Jackson Fork Ranch (JFR) for an industrial parking facility to service the luxury Homestead Resort in the remote Hoback Basin. The CUP includes conditions that there be no construction activity before 7 a.m. or after 7 p.m. and that there be dust mitigation during the construction of the road and the parking facility. Commissioners Dave Stephens and Doug Vickrey cast the two dissenting votes while Chairman Sam White, and Commissioners Tom Noble and Mack Bradley supported the CUP. Some folks called for Bradley to recuse himself after learning about his daughter’s upcoming wedding plans at Jackson Fork Ranch. Instead of abstaining from the vote, Bradley eventually made the motion to approve the CUP, first saying, “If it comes down to a conflict, that wedding won’t be there because I feel this vote is more important to this county than that wedding is to be there (at JFR).”

This footage released Wednesday, April 10 by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department of a muzzled and chained gray wolf suffering on the floor of the Green River Bar in Daniel corroborates some of the …

Four Sublette County 4-H members were awarded scholarships through the Wyoming State 4-H Foundation for the upcoming 2024-2025 academic year.

The Humane Society of the United States, Wyoming Wildlife Advocates, Wildlife for All, Hunters and Anglers for Wildlife Management Reform, Wyoming Untrapped and Wolves of the Rockies released the …

Commissioners: I have been reflecting on the April 2 BOCC meeting and the decision to support Ricketts’ Homestead Resort development. Commissioner Mack Bradley goes on and on about …

Dear Editor,   I would like to say this and if some don’t like it then that’s too bad. The (Pinedale Community) Food Basket was started for the needy and not the greedy. People …

Imagine living in a county where the law is applied unevenly, where some residents are held to strict standards and others are allowed to bend or even break the rules based on their status, …

Dear Rob Mortimore, Wyoming Newspapers Inc., and News Media Corporation, I see that the slogan of News Media Corporation, your parent company, is “The Voice of Small Town America.” …

The moon passes between the Earth and the sun, casting a shadow on Earth and partially blocking the sun during the 2024 Great American Solar Eclipse as seen from the Pinedale Roundup’s office …

PINEDALE —The Jae Foundation is once again hosting its very popular Line and Swing Dancing Outreach Night for Teens. This is the fourth such event hosted for teens by the organization. The …

Two groups, Animal Wellness Action and the Center for a Humane Economy, sent a letter this morning to Sublette County Attorney Clayton Melinkovich and Sublette County Sheriff K.C. Lehr, urging them to prosecute Cody Roberts of Daniel, Wyo., and seek felony-level penalties under the statute. Click to read the letter in full.

The Big Piney Ranger District’s 2024 Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) application period is now open. The organization is looking for a crew of between two and four individuals, ages 16 to 18 years old. Applications must be received by the Big Piney Ranger District Office no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, April 5.

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