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Putting the public in public art

Posted: Monday, Sep 15th, 2014
Dr. Jared Sare and his daughter turned out on Friday morning to put their touch to David Klarén's "Point of Compromise" mural on the Pinedale Post Office. Members of the community were invited to add their marks to the wall as part of a fundraiser for the Pinedale Fine Arts Council's In|Site:Ex|Site public art program, which sponsors murals, sculptures and

SCSD No. 1 approves community engagement software

Posted: Monday, Sep 15th, 2014
PINEDALE, A new online platform could soon increase community engagement between Sublette County School District (SCSD) No. 1 and local residents.
At last week's SCSD No. 1 board of trustees meeting, a motion to approve a three-year license for MindMixer community engagement software was passed unanimously.
Jay Harnack, SCSD No. 1 superintendent, explained the software would allow the district to

Marbleton seeks public’s help to identify vandals

Posted: Monday, Sep 15th, 2014
Marbleton is offering a $100 reward for information regarding vandalism to the public restroom in the Marbleton Town Park.
Sometime over the weekend of Aug. 4, vandals filled the bathroom's toilets, sink and floor drain with sand.
In addition, vulgar words were spray painted on the facility.
At the Marbleton Town Council meeting last week, Todd Brown, director of public

Mead claims victory in court over EPA

Posted: Monday, Sep 15th, 2014
PINEDALE, Following protests against the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) federalizing of Wyoming's haze plan, Gov. Matt Mead announced last week the 10th Circuit Court had granted a stay on the implementation of the EPA's plan in place of the state's.
The need for plans stems from the regional haze rule, which is part of the Clean Air Act. The act

Getting iced

Posted: Monday, Sep 8th, 2014
Big Piney/Marbleton Medical Clinic staff and community members gathered in a deluge Saturday for a community-wide ice bucket challenge to support resident and ALS patient Shannon Cave. The rain stopped just in time for participants to get themselves wet with buckets of ice water. The event was held to raise awareness of the disease and some funds for Cave's treatment.

PTC reviews paperwork woes, budget

Posted: Monday, Sep 8th, 2014
PINEDALE, In a special workshop meeting on Thursday afternoon at the Pinedale Town Hall, Municipal Judge Ruth Neely updated council members
on errors in paperwork with the Wyoming Department of Audit Public Funds
Neely told the Examiner, every year, the town has to file an annual city and town financial report with the state, and in last

Bear relocated, USFWS adjusts take for Upper Green area

Posted: Monday, Sep 8th, 2014
PINEDALE, The Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) trapped and relocated an adult male grizzly bear from the Upper Green River grazing allotments on Aug. 27. Zach Turnbull, large carnivore biologist for the WGFD, said the bear was a good candidate for relocation as it had no prior history of livestock depredation.
In cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife

Search resumes on Fremont Lake

Posted: Monday, Sep 8th, 2014
PINEDALE, A search has resumed on Fremont Lake for the remains of three murder victims who were dumped in the lake after being shot in 1980.
Last November, Gerald Uden pleaded guilty to the decades-old murders of his then wife, Virginia Uden, and her two children, Richard and Reagan.
According to Uden's testimony during the trial, on or about Sept.

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