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Stairway to heaven

Posted: Thursday, Jul 30th, 2015
Mark Evans makes his way to the base of the Fremont Peak climb in Titcomb Basin, where he and two other climbers set a new route last Sunday. Daniel Hoshizaki and Ben Ramsey hiked in to contact the climbers. Ramsey's account of the trip is in today's B Section, with a second part of the story coming next week.

Null and void? Town’s KOA campground purchase questioned

Posted: Thursday, Jul 30th, 2015
PINEDALE, Councilman Tim Lingle opened up Monday night's Pinedale Town Council meeting by accusing Mayor Bob Jones of illegal meetings, including a special meeting held earlier this month to purchase the former KOA campground on South Jackson Avenue in Pinedale.
Lingle's contention is that the July 6 special meeting was illegal since it doesn't appear to have been properly

In the dark: Town residents want more information on theater proposal

Posted: Thursday, Jul 30th, 2015
PINEDALE, A new movie theater has been proposed by Pinedale Mayor Bob Jones and the town council has voiced its own support for the idea. But at Monday night's town council meeting, it became clear that a number of issues need to be resolved before the community is willing to give its own support.
Town officials hoped to get

Road work under way

Posted: Thursday, Jul 30th, 2015
PINEDALE, Roughly seven miles of Skyline road between the Fremont Lake turn-off and White Pine Ski Resort is being renovated as part of an interagency project to improve safety along the high-traffic mountain road.
A July 27 press release issued by the Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF) listed several concerns regarding the current condition of the road, including steep

Brown holds on for national title

Posted: Thursday, Jul 23rd, 2015
ROCK SPRINGS, LaBarge resident and Big Piney High School junior Brian Brown is the top bareback bronc rider in the country, and he proved it last weekend in Rock Springs, where his three rides earned him plenty of bragging rights and a national championship.
From July 12 to 18, thousands of high school students flocked to the National

Bank on it: County passes final budget with plenty in reserves

Posted: Thursday, Jul 23rd, 2015
PINEDALE, Sublette County's final $49 million budget for the upcoming year was passed by the Sublette County Board of Commissioners at its meeting Tuesday, and despite a downturn in the local economy, the county's financial outlook isn't so dire with more than $160 million still remaining in its reserves.
"Quite literally, we could run the county for a number

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