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Fair-ly beefy

Posted: Monday, Jul 27th, 2015
Market beef grand and reserve championships in the Sublette Bred & Raised Beef Show are both won by 4-Her Hadley Sims (right), of La Barge, Saturday morning at the Sublette County Fair. His sister Megan holds Hadley's second steer. The show highlights locally bred and raised cattle usually selected from exhibitors' family ranch calves as opposed to purchased ‘show calves.'

Seen – but not heard: Commissioners pass ‘Children in the Workplace’ resolution

Posted: Monday, Jul 27th, 2015
SUBLETTE COUNTY, The Sublette County Board of Supervisors passed an unusual resolution at its meeting last Tuesday, July 21.
County Deputy Attorney Matt Gaffney presented the board with a resolution entitled, "Children in the Workplace," that said kids of county employees are now limited to "reasonable visits and emergency situations," according to Gaffney.
While no one clearly explained why

Big Piney gets busy, upbeat rec report

Posted: Monday, Jul 27th, 2015
BIG PINEY, Kids are happily signing up for the Big Piney Recreation Center's summer camps, according to the report given to the Big Piney Town Council on Tuesday, July 21.
Seventy-one kids have registered for the camps, director Darren Davison told council members Scott Scherbel, Sherri Redden, Mayor Ben Jenkins and Aimée Davison.
June's three-day fishing camp took 16 kids,

Signs of the times

Posted: Monday, Jul 27th, 2015
PINEDALE, By fall, residents and visitors to Pinedale were supposed to be greeted by two "gateway signs" at either end of town. But the project may come crumbling down before it even materializes, despite the fact the project is financed largely by state grants.
Mayor Bob Jones met with organizers last Thursday to discuss the project after it stalled at

MESA Horse Show

Posted: Monday, Jul 20th, 2015
A young rider is guided around the arena at the Sublette County Fairgrounds during the MESA Horse Show, which gave MESA riders,with the assistance of about 20 volunteers, the opportunity to demonstrate their skills in front of around 100 people in attendance on Saturday evening. Following the riders' showcase, professional barrel racer and motivational speaker Amberley Snyder capped the evening's

Crowded waters: The heated debate over the new status quo

Posted: Monday, Jul 20th, 2015
SUBLETTE COUNTY, Sublette County has long prided itself on its world-class fishing but as word gets out, certain questions arise about how best to ensure its legacy.
According to Mike Kaul, owner of Two Rivers Emporium, the county's rivers are seeing more traffic. He is not alone in that opinion.
A guide, who asked that his name not

New Fork Lake dam process flowing

Posted: Monday, Jul 20th, 2015
SUBLETTE COUNTY, Local and state engineers held a New Fork Lake dam enlargement scoping meeting July 15 to present the project and invite people to participate.
Rancher Zack Noble, president of the New Fork Irrigation District, addressed ranchers, public and agencies' staff gathered to hear from Wyoming Water Development Office (WWDO), RJH Consultants, Rio Verde Engineering and Wenck Associates.

Marbleton culvert work picks up

Posted: Monday, Jul 20th, 2015
MARBLETON, The Marbleton Town Council heard a positive update on its culvert replacement project at its July 13 meeting.
Maintenance employee Todd Brown reported to Mayor Jim Robinson and council members Cynthia Stapleton, Roger McMannis, and Nick Taylor that "water is down at the construction site."
The town has operated pumps almost nonstop to reduce the amount of water backed

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