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Sublette County Arrest Report for March 18 to March 25
PINEDALE — The following individuals were booked into the Sublette County Detention Facility from March 18 to March 25. Roy Moates of Big Piney, WY, was arrested March 22 on a warrant for failure to pay.
High ozone levels prompt Wyoming DEQ to consider declaring emergency in Boulder
consider an emergency declaration on Friday. drastic action on Friday afternoon, the agency’s. been declared in Wyoming. “This would be unprecedented,” he said. ppb, an “ozone action day” is called.
Dramatic ozone spikes puzzle regulators, locals in Wyoming gas field
Joel Bousman wasn’t sure if ozone would be a problem Friday, despite a warning from the state. The snow covered the sage brush and the wind was less than 10 miles per hour -- both bad signs. On the other hand, it had been overcast most of the day at the Sublette County commissioner's ranch near Boul
Commissioner reports on trip to WashiNgton D.C.
Public Lands Steering Committee (PLSC). utilize domestic livestock grazing as a costeffective. fuels reduction on public lands in the West. order to grant federal agencies greater flexibility.
Town plans study to comply with EPA water mandates
Agency has finally arrived. the implementation and schedule for the study. The town’s woes began in August of 2018. approved a work group to conduct a study.
3/22/2019 Pinedale Roundup legal notices
Notice is hereby given that the State Transportation Commission of Wyoming has accepted as completed according to plans, specifications and rules governing the same work performed under that certain contract between the State of Wyoming, acting through said Commission, and King Enterprises the Contr
Man Arrested For Selling Drugs Outside Wyoming Walmart
A 33-year-old Utah man is behind bars after Rock Springs Police allegedly caught him selling a variety of illegal drugs outside the Rock Springs Walmart Store. According to a release from the Rock Springs Police Department, officers were called to the store at around 12:19 a.m. Thursday morning abou
Science is in the air
and maybe earn her $25,000. when used at different temperatures. a dry climate like Pinedale,” Moller said. could measure and control the environment. in the school’s science laboratory.
Wyoming Medical Center Began Security Changes Immediately After March 4 Shooting
Within hours after a man entered the Wyoming Medical Center and fired multiple shots early March 4, hospital officials said they began changing security. "You have to maintain the vigilance, right, in highly emotional situations, and especially in the emergency department is a highly emotional area
Country Star Gary Allan To Perform at Wyoming’s Big Show
ROCK SPRINGS — Country star Gary Allan will perform live at After Dark Concert Series at Wyoming’s Big Show® Friday, August 2 presented by Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County and Kelly’s’ Convenience Centers.
Feds charge former Wyoming doctor with 30 counts of unlawful drug distribution
Federal prosecutors last week charged a Wyoming family medicine doctor on 32 counts of unlawful drug distribution. According to court documents filed Thursday, a grand jury indicted David R. Cesko with involvement in the unlawful distribution and dispensation of anti-anxiety drugs, stimulants and pa
‘The Drift’ draws the daring
against each other on groomed trails. biking (B) or skiing (S) – for the 13-mile “Half”. being incredibly difficult and steep. They commended. again and noticed others wore shoes with an extra-
American Legion Post No. 47 turns 100
Kickin’ Cancer in Sublette County. 2280, Pinedale, Wyo., 82941.
More ‘ozone outlooks’ posted
Thursday on through to Tuesday, March 19. Division home page for www.wyvisnet. ppb for the previous eight hours. emissions that form the pollutant. organic compounds and nitrogen oxides.
Months later, investigation into cause of Roosevelt Fire continues
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYO – Fire investigator officers and agents with US Forest Service Law Enforcement and Investigations on the Bridger-Teton National Forest have spent months continuing the investigation into the ignition of the Roosevelt Fire. Now the Forest Service is looking for help from the publ