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Health district recruitment makes progress

Posted: Friday, Mar 24th, 2017
PINEDALE, Members of the Sublette County Rural Health Care District (RHCD) board gathered last Wednesday, March 15, at the Sublette County Commissioners' Meeting Room in Pinedale for a regular monthly meeting, where they received an update on recruitment progress to bring in new staff members, along with receiving updates from various district departments.
During new business, RHCD administrator Malenda Hoelscher
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Commissioners to decide direction of county high school scholarships

Posted: Friday, Mar 24th, 2017
MARBLETON, Every year, the county provides scholarships to a select number of graduating high school seniors and this year is no exception. The number of scholarships handed out, however, may change, following discussion by the Sublette County Board of Commissioners at its Tuesday meeting in Marbleton.
"There is no set number on how many we're going to fund
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SCSD#1 discusses more of budget forecast

Posted: Friday, Mar 24th, 2017
PINEDALE, Since December, the Sublette County School District No. 1's Finance Committee has been gathering monthly to determine areas that can be trimmed within the district to cope with budget cuts coming down from the state.
The Wyoming Legislature is calling for a cut of $34 million for school year 2017-18. If counting the cuts made in the 2016
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Marbleton plans total-eclipse bash

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017
MARBLETON, The Marbleton Town Council and a group of businesspeople are making plans to draw in people passing through the south end of the county for the Monday, Aug. 21, total solar eclipse.
Sam Bixler reported to the council that businesspeople interested in sponsoring local events that weekend are setting up activities at the Sublette County Fairgrounds.
Leane and Bill
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Sublette WPLI invites public to tour WSAs

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017
SUBLETTE COUNTY, The Sublette County Wyoming Public Lands Initiative (WPLI) committee discussed plans to open its field trips for the Shoal Creek and Scab Creek wilderness study areas (WSA) and encourage more public input.
The Sublette WPLI committee has eight members representing different interests, co-chair Coke Landers for agriculture/ranching, co-chair Dan Smitherman for conservation, Mike Henn for the conservation district,
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Public brings ozone concerns

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017
SUBLETTE COUNTY, This winter's unexpected spikes in ozone levels have prompted many questions and concerns about public health and the Upper Green River Basin's (UGRB) federal "attainment" status, and last week, top officials with the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) came to Pinedale to try and address those questions.
So far from January through March, preliminary data show
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Marbleton to put lodging tax on ballot

Posted: Friday, Mar 17th, 2017
MARBLETON, Whether or not citizens want a 3-percent lodging tax in town will be put to them for a vote during Marbleton's municipal elections on Tuesday, May 9.
The Marbleton Town Council first broached adding a tax to overnight visitors' bills, as is done in Pinedale, at its Feb. 13 meeting. Consultant Sam Bixler said the council needed to pass
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Legislative, lead updates for SCSD#1

Posted: Friday, Mar 17th, 2017
PINEDALE, Members of the Sublette County School District No. 1 (SCSD#1) met March 9 for a regular monthly meeting that featured a legislature update from House District #20 Rep. Albert Sommers, along with lead information from Jorgensen Engineering's Pinedale Branch Manager Brian Gray.
Early in the meeting, Sommers gave the trustees an end-of-session summary to keep the district informed with
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Town campground gets upgrades

Posted: Friday, Mar 17th, 2017
PINEDALE, The Pinedale Town Council voted to renew the contract with resident Jeff Goltz to manage the campground this summer at Jackson Avenue Park in Pinedale, in addition to the approval of a few planned improvements.
The 5-acre former KOA Campground was purchased in 2015 with no definitive plans for its purpose. It was decided last year that a portion
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Mixed responses to Neely decision

Posted: Friday, Mar 17th, 2017
PINEDALE, In the wake of the Wyoming Supreme Court's split decision on March 7 regarding Pinedale Judge Ruth Neely's appeal of a state board's finding of judicial conduct violations, parties on both "sides" found some good news.
The Wyoming Commission of Judicial Conduct Ethics (Commission) had released its ruling that Neely's 2014 statement to a Pinedale reporter, that she would
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