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How to deal with wild animals when they come into town

Posted: Thursday, Sep 25th, 2014
PINEDALE, As the winter months approach, wildlife will begin to play a much larger role in the day-to-day life of communities. As food gets scarcer and the temperature gets colder, animals like bears and mountain lions may begin to drift into towns in search of nutrition and shelter. In the past week, there was a purported sighting of both animals
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Ruling puts wolves back under federal management

Posted: Thursday, Sep 25th, 2014
PINEDALE, On Wednesday, a federal judge in a Washington, D.C., U.S. District Court issued a summary judgment against Wyoming's management of wolves in the state, effectively returning the predators to the protection of the federal government under the Endangered Species Act.
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One dead, three injured in flash fire north of Opal

Posted: Thursday, Sep 25th, 2014
OPAL, One man is dead and two others are in a Salt Lake City burn center after a flash fire injured a total of six crew workers on Tuesday at an EOG Resources facility 15 miles north of Opal.
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Green River dam proposal takes a step forward

Posted: Thursday, Sep 18th, 2014
PINEDALE, The Sublette County Board of Commissioners discussed the ongoing idea of placing a dam on the main stem of the Upper Green River in its regular meeting on Tuesday. The proposed addition has been on the minds of the commissioners since they passed a resolution supporting such a project in 2007.
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BPTC finds home for statue in park

Posted: Thursday, Sep 18th, 2014
PINEDALE, During its regular meeting Tuesday, the Big Piney Town Council (BPTC) voted to purchase land from the Bank of the West to give the town's centennial statue a home.
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No consensus on consensus funds yet

Posted: Thursday, Sep 18th, 2014
PINEDALE, A discussion on consensus money descended into drama Tuesday at the Sublette County Board of Commissioners meeting after debate rose over the allocation of the funding. The county is pushing to spend the money, which has been built up from the last three years' grants from the Legislature. The fear is, if the county holds off again from using
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