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House fires in Pinedale

Posted: Thursday, Feb 4th, 2016
PINEDALE, Twelve houses on Country Club Lane were affected by a series of electrical fires on Wednesday after a vehicle ran into a roadside electrical box, sending high voltage surging through nearby homes.
The initial vehicular crash on the 400 block of Country Club Lane was reported at 11:40 a.m. and the reporting party stated that a young

A win for Lankford: Judge orders summary judgment in county clerk’s favor

Posted: Thursday, Feb 4th, 2016
SUBLETTE COUNTY, Thursday, the Sublette County Sheriff's Office (SCSO) released the judge's Feb. 1 order on the civil suit filed last August by Sheriff Stephen Haskell against county clerk Mary Lankford.
Second District Judge Jeffrey Donnell's order, not yet filed in Ninth District Court at press time, grants Lankford's motion for summary judgment, thereby tossing the civil suit out for

County stalls on CAH, wants more studies and survey

Posted: Thursday, Feb 4th, 2016
SUBLETTE COUNTY, Sublette County Rural Health Care District (RHCD) chair Laura Clark and vice chair Scott Scherbel addressed the Sublette County Board of Commissioners at its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 2.
The two groups eventually worked out a three-step process to discern if the RHCD has a viable economic model for the critical access hospital (CAH) and a Sublette Center merger.

Crime, justice leave losses

Posted: Thursday, Jan 28th, 2016
PINEDALE, The Jan. 27 sentencing of Matthew R. Vincent, 32, for the April 3, 2007 killing of Richard Dean Nystrom, 54, a California man he picked up hitchhiking, brought tears and regret from two families whose loved ones are both lost to them now.
Nystrom's sister, Lillian Edick, attended Wednesday's sentencing and spoke about her family's loss of their loved

Calling all RVs: Town looks for site to build water and dump station

Posted: Thursday, Jan 28th, 2016
PINEDALE, With the local economy on a serious downswing, many are hoping tourism can help fill the economic gaps.
In an effort to support the seasonal tourism industry, the town of Pinedale is looking to install a water and dump station for the increasingly popular RV crowd that fills the county's roadways from spring to fall.
"We have

Rock Rabbit to reopen soon

Posted: Thursday, Jan 28th, 2016
PINEDALE, It has been a month since the Pinedale mainstay Rock Rabbit closed its doors, leaving a rush of questions in its wake, most importantly, who's going to take over?
While there has been no comment from the previous owner Vic Fonseca, the new ones were happy to talk.
Patty Orm and her son Erric have taken over

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