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Wildfire Defense System saved residence from raging Roosevelt Fire - Buckrail - Jackson Hole, news
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – As wildfire becomes more and more of a concern in the west, at least one company has had demonstrable success with a unique home protection system that can be triggered remotely when flames are knocking at the door.
Water shut-off possible without new rules
The presentation by State Engineer Pat Tyrell and staff, Chris Brown and Steve Wolff highlighted the serious situation that upstream water users face as the Colorado River Basin’s flows decrease and key reservoirs show critical declines, particularly at Lake Powell and Lake Mead.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
oming received services at county-level domestic violence programs across the state, 129 adults and children sought refuge at an emergency shelter or transitional housing that day, while 144 people received non-residential services like counseling and legal advocacy.
The Pies At This Historic Restaurant In Wyoming Will Blow Your Taste Buds Away
You can find the Cowboy Cafe in Dubois at115 East Ramshorn, Dubois, WY. Be sure to visit their other locations in Sheridon and Riverton. Check outtheir websitefor current menus and opening hours. For more delicious spots to dine in Wyoming,click here.
PHS indoor track program is a ‘go’
BONDURANT– The Sublette County School District No. 1 board of trustees approved a proposal for a combined indoor track program with Star Valley High School at its regular meeting on Thursday, Oct. 11, in Bondurant.
Friess issues challenge grant to help Bondurant residents
Billionaire investor, philanthropist and one-time Wyoming governor hopeful Foster Friess has set up a challenge grant of $100,000 to help Hoback Ranches residents affected by the Roosevelt Fire.It dovetails with efforts already underway through the Pinedale Lions Club, which is raising money for uni
Finding the Center of Everything in Wyoming’s Wind River Range
“The middle of nowhere or center of everything?”queried the poster hanging eye-level next to a shelf of canned beans outside the restroom of a Boulder, Wyoming gas station in late August. The words on the Travel Wyoming advertisement were printed atop a laminated photo of a sheer rock buttress holdi
Wyoming’s Green River Basin Getting Greener as Methane Emissions Decline in 2017
Specifically, methane emissions from Green River Basin production activity declined a remarkable 700,000 MT CO2 eq. last year, while emissions from gathering and boosting equipment were down 80,000 MT CO2 eq. from 2016 levels.
Ultra Petroleum Relocates To Denver Area Following Utah Exit
Since exiting bankruptcy in 2017, Ultra worked to streamline its portfolio in order to optimize the value its assets in the Pinedale Field in Wyoming’s Green River Basin. As a result, the company has exited several positions and, in early October, relocated its headquarters from Houston to Englewood
Bobbie Bryan’s New Book “Jaded Heart” is About Ruth Carrington Who Takes a Teaching Position Out West, Moving Far From Her Beloved Family in Search of a New Beginning
Bobbie Bryan, writer and an avid reader of literature, has completed her new book “Jaded Heart”: an emotional tale about Ruth Carrington’s traveling such a great distance on her own in 1852, which is dangerous enough, but what she finds in the little Wyoming town is a lot more than she has bargained
Valley Breeze, Oct. 17
Give to Roosevelt Fire victimsSt. John’s Episcopal Church is collecting these items to donate for those affected by the Roosevelt Fire:• Rakes and shovels.• Gloves and particle masks.• Rubbermaid totes, contractor trash bags and tarps.• Chain saws, generators and metal detectors.• Gift cards to loca
29-year-old man killed in one-vehicle crash near Dubois
The truck was traveling westbound and approached a right-hand curve. The vehicle overcorrected after drifting to the right, then rolled, until hitting a power pole.
For Hoback Ranches, post-fire recovery will be long, and funding is uncertain
With snow falling and the Roosevelt Fire contained, residents of Bondurant, specifically Hoback Ranches, are entering the next phase of the disaster: recovery.
Hoback Ranches residents clean up charred properties
A few days after the 61,511-acre fire was put out, what was left of a scorched lantern still hung on the chimney that used to be in the center of Phil Smith’s log cabin.After the Roosevelt Fire ripped through Hoback Ranches, a rural subdivision in Bondurant, the chimney was the only part of Smith’s
PHOTO GALLERY: Hoback Ranches, before and after the Roosevelt Fire
Scenes of Hoback Ranches near Bondurant, before and after the Roosevelt Fire destroyed several homes in the subdivision in September 2018. AGoFundMe pagehas been established to help residents rebuild their homes and infrastructure within the subdivision.
Meet candidates at forums this week
Though temperatures may be cooling off in the valley, election season is just heating up.This week, community organizations are offering an array of opportunities to engage with candidates for local office ahead of the Nov. 6 general election.Voters in Wyoming House District 22 — which includes Alpi
Bondurant residents frustrated with lack of aid for rebuilding
PINEDALE — Snow forecast to fall on Bondurant this weekend is both a blessing and a curse to residents of Hoback Ranches, a community devastated by the Roosevelt Fire.The snow will help snuff out the last flames. But the moisture also poses a threat to damaged public infrastructure like roads and pe
Roosevelt fire closures to end
BONDURANT, Wyo. (KIFI/KIDK) - Forest Service closures on the Roosevelt fire near Bondurant, Wyoming will be lifted at noon Friday. Showers are expected to continue and some snow is possible, so minimal fire behavior is expected.
New video released after Chase Bank crash in Wyoming
Police say the video "captures the at fault vehicle northbound on Division Avenue, driving left of center, and leaving the roadway. It does not capture the impact into the bank."
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