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Bonfire fans

Posted: Monday, Sep 26th, 2016
Students circle around the bonfire behind the bus barn in Big Piney last Thursday night, where the annual event is one of the highlights of homecoming week. For more from the Big Piney Homecoming festivities, see pages 2 and 3, in addition to sports stories on page 19.

Public asks RHCD board for honest explanation

Posted: Monday, Sep 26th, 2016
PINEDALE, Several people flat-out asked the Sublette County Rural Health Care District (RHCD) Board at last Wednesday night's meeting about rumors that one or more board members "drove away" Dr. Buck Wallace.
Wallace departed on a 12-month sabbatical that he requested in April and started this month, board chair Laura Clark told those at the Sept. 21 meeting, held in

Mayor’s ‘nay’ on chickens unneeded

Posted: Monday, Sep 26th, 2016
MARBLETON, Marbleton's town attorney said he misspoke when he allowed Mayor Jim Robinson a second vote to break a 2-2 tie resulting from the "nay" vote the mayor had already cast.
However, the tied vote itself, on the motion to approve the council's second reading of a proposed backyard-chicken ordinance, "fried the chicken ordinance" anyway, said attorney Thayne Peterson on

Big Piney moves into pre-winter preparation

Posted: Monday, Sep 26th, 2016
BIG PINEY, The mayor asked the Big Piney Town Council at its Sept. 20 meeting to make and pass a motion to allow investment account transfers only with the council's full approval.
"The bank has the mayor right now as the signer and I don't want the mayor to have the full responsibility of it," Mayor Ben Jenkins told Sherri

WCHF to induct Richie, Harvey, McWilliamses

Posted: Monday, Sep 19th, 2016
SUBLETTE COUNTY, The Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame will honor four Sublette ranching, cowboy and livestock legends at its 2016 induction ceremony in Casper, on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 24-25.
This year's inductees are Boulder rancher Norm Richie, the late Robert "Bert" Harvey and also in an unusual nomination, the late couple, Ira and Edna McWilliams.
Wyoming Cowboy Hall of

Mayor nixes chicks with ‘fowl’ votes

Posted: Monday, Sep 19th, 2016
MARBLETON, Absent from the Marbleton Town Council's August meeting, Mayor Jim Robinson and councilman Nick Taylor made up their lost time at the Sept. 12 meeting by scratching the new chicken ordinance in its second reading.
With councilman Mack Bradley absent, the mayor's first vote created a 2-2 tie, which he then "broke" with a second nay.
Robinson has made

Fire danger drops, Cliff Creek opens

Posted: Monday, Sep 19th, 2016
SUBLETTE COUNTY, With cooler temperatures, shorter days and recent rainfall, fire and travel restrictions are being eased for the public using federal lands, which comprise about 80 percent of Sublette County.
Last Thursday, Teton Interagency Fire announced the fire danger on public lands was dropped from "very high" to "moderate," according to Mary Cernicek from the Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF).

Competition for RHCD board

Posted: Monday, Sep 19th, 2016
SUBLETTE COUNTY, With two terms expiring on the Sublette County Rural Health Care District (RHCD), the incumbents, as well as three more people, are listed as candidates.
The incumbents who have filed to run in the November general election are Many Norris of Pinedale and Kristin Roork, also of Pinedale.
Two of the three additional candidates, Wendy Boman and Kathy

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