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Perennially picturesque

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
Al Tabatzky (far left) and George Port find a spot for the flower barrel as Ken McLaughlin heaves another one off the horse trailer. Volunteers with the Sage and Snow Garden Club spent Tuesday evening using five horse trailers to transport and place more than 230 flower barrels at various locations around Pinedale. The barrels will be watered and maintained

Mayor under fire for health insurance

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
PINEDALE, Councilman Tim Lingle spent much of Monday night's Pinedale Town Council meeting uncharacteristically quiet after mayor Bob Jones opened the meeting with a public admonishment of Lingle for questionable behavior allegedly aimed at town employees.
But near the end of the meeting, Lingle's agenda item, simply titled "Insurance", gave him the opportunity to turn the tables on the

No luck in lake search

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
FREMONT LAKE, The deep-water search of Fremont Lake near Pinedale quietly ended Tuesday with nothing found resembling metal barrels settled in its frigid depths for 35 years.
The Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) coordinated the seven-day search of the lake's northern end that started on a blustery Monday, June 15. It was the DCI's second attempt to locate three

State eyes rec levies

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
PINEDALE, School districts statewide could be in store for a significant change to their recreation opportunities based on the result of an investigation into whether recreation mills create inequity in Wyoming education.
During the June 3 meeting of the Select Committee on Statewide Education Accountability, legislators discussed the notion that the difference in recreation mill income creates unequal education

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