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Preliminary primary election results show few upsets

Modified: Tuesday, Aug 19th, 2014
PINEDALE, The preliminary tally of primary votes shows at least one potential new elected county official. Stephen Haskell was nominated to be the Republican candidate for sheriff. With no Democrat running, it's likely he takes the seat in the General Election in November. The other new face will be Curt Covill, who won the Republican nomination for coroner.
Mary Lankford,

Shell sells Pinedale assets to Ultra

Posted: Friday, Aug 15th, 2014
PINEDALE, Shell and Ultra Resources announced a purchase sales agreement last Thursday morning in which Shell sold its Pinedale assets in the Anticline field to Ultra for $925 million in cash, as well as some land in the Pennsylvania Marcellus and Utica Shale. This is the second sale of a production company's Sublette County assets this year.
The announcement came

SCSD No. 1 awaits decision on alt. school

Posted: Thursday, Aug 14th, 2014
PINEDALE, Despite the Wyoming Legislature's action earlier this year removing an eight-year-old moratorium on funding for new alternative schools, the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) has yet to approve the creation of a single alternative school.

Wyo. schools scored differently by state and feds

Posted: Thursday, Aug 7th, 2014
PINEDALE, Wyoming is one of fewer than 10 states required by a decade-old federal law to ensure 100 percent of its students test at or above federal proficiency benchmarks in 2014.

McDonald pleads not guilty to 2010 attack charges

Posted: Thursday, Aug 7th, 2014
PINEDALE, Brian James McDonald pleaded not guilty to charges ranging from attempted murder to aggravated burglary at his district court arraignment Wednesday afternoon. Judge Marv Tyler accepted the plea and remanded McDonald to custody in accordance with the bond conditions set forth by the circuit court last month.

Commissioners debate proposed alcohol policy

Posted: Thursday, Aug 7th, 2014
PINEDALE, The Sublette County Board of Commissioners failed to reach consensus on a county-wide alcohol policy at its regular meeting on Tuesday after recommendations were made by Ranae Pape, from the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming, and Kathy Anderson, from the Sublette County Treatment Court.

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