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Libraries offer free pumpkin and decorating kit (posted 10/23/2020)
Angel Wreaths available (posted 10/23/2020)
Death notice: Brett Palmer (posted 10/22/2020)
Well water quality testing available (posted 10/19/2020)
Halloween Costume Parade in Pinedale Oct. 31 (posted 10/18/2020)
Veteran's Day 2020 in Pinedale Nov. 11th (posted 10/18/2020)
Veteran’s Memorial Improvement Commemoration Nov. 11 in Pinedale (posted 10/15/2020)
Changes for Return to School Guidance for symptomatic students/staff (posted 10/12/2020)
Blowdown Trail Condition Update – Oct. 8, 2020 (posted 10/8/2020)
Town of Pinedale seeks bids for UV Treatment Plant pipe repair (posted 10/9/2020)
Halloween Candy Scavenger Hunt at the Museum in Pinedale Oct. 31 (posted 10/5/2020)
White Pine offers Junior Snowsports Club for kids (posted 10/5/2020)
Kids' chaperoning offered at the Pinedale and Big Piney Libraries (posted 9/28/2020)
Library curbside pickup service still available (posted 9/28/2020)
Get tickets for Kickin’ Cancer by Sept. 26th (posted 9/25/2020)
Sublette County General Election Sample Ballots (posted 9/23/2020)
Special Hospital District events (posted 9/23/2020)

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October 27: Q&A for Special Hospital District - Pinedale Library, 5:30PM
October 28: Q&A for Special Hospital District - Big Piney Library, 5:30PM
October 31: Halloween Scavenger Hunt at the Museum of the Mountain Man - Bring the young'uns for a Halloween scavenger hunt at the Museum in Pinedale on Saturday between 9AM and 5PM. Free admission for families with children in Halloween costumes. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Enjoy a scavenger hunt through the museum and collect the candy cards with the history of each candy. Theme for the Museum's scavenger hunt is "The History of Candy." Complete the scavenger hunt and get a goodie bag with all those great candies. This is the last day of the season for the Museum.
October 31: Halloween Costume Parade in Pinedale - 3:00-5:00PM. Meet at the Pinedale Middle School parking lot at 3:00PM. Kids and parents can meet at the Pinedale Middle School parking lot and walk in a parade around the Sublette Center and Aspen Grove Apartments. Kids will get a candy bag and the seniors will be able to watch the kids in their costumes as they parade by.
October 31: Kids’ Halloween Carnival in Big Piney - Hosted by the Big Piney Rec Center. 3:30-5:30PM in the parking lot. (No haunted house this year)

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Libraries offer free pumpkin and decorating kit (posted 10/23/2020)
The Sublette County Libraries are offering their annual pumpkin decorating event, with a twist. Pick out a pumpkin and decorating kit and take it home with you. The kits are free while supplies last (they are expected to go fast). In Pinedale, pickup will start at 1:00PM outside the library front entrance. (The Big Piney Library pickup day was Oct. 21st.) This event is for kids and adults.

Chose from one of these themed decorating kits:
• Cowboys
• Masquerade
• Spider web
• Mummy
• Burlap & Lace
• Faces
• Tissue paper/book page decoupage
• Grab Bag (who knows what you'll get!)


Angel Wreath
Angel Wreaths available (posted 10/23/2020)
The Bank of Sublette County is again helping with the 2020 Angel Wreath program. Pick an angel off the wreath and help someone in need. Angel Wreaths are located at all local area banks, 307 Mercantile, Altitude Drug, Sublette County Library, Nested West, Family Dollar, Great Outdoor Shop, and VFW in Pinedale. Bring wrapped gifts with the Angel’s tag back to the Bank of Sublette County, 807 Pine Street, no later than December 11th. Money donations are accepted at the Bank of Sublette County and VFW. The Angel Wreath program is sponsored by VFW Post 4801 in Pinedale. For more information, call the Bank at 307-367-2672 or VFW at 307-367-4339.


Death notice: Brett Palmer (posted 10/22/2020)
SCSO seeking public assistance for additional information
Sublette County Sheriff’s Office
On October 14, 2020, just after noon, Sublette County Sheriff’s Office was called in regards to an unresponsive male at 18 Badger Ridge Road off of Fayette Pole Creek Road. Upon arrival, Sheriff’s Office Deputies determined that the individual had passed away in his home quite some time ago. The individual was identified as 53-year-old Sublette County resident Brett Palmer. An autopsy concluded that Mr. Palmer passed from a medical event and no foul play has been suspected.

The Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s help of anyone who had contact with Mr. Palmer during the months of September and October to contact Detective Travis Lanning to help narrow down a timeline. As well, we are looking for a cleaning business or possibly a close friend who cleaned the home prior to his family’s arrival.

Our sincerest condolences to the Palmer family.

KC Lehr, Sublette County Sheriff


Well water quality testing available (posted 10/19/2020)
Did you know that currently there is no government agency that regulates and monitors private drinking wells in Wyoming? Private well owners are responsible for the safety and quality of their water. So, when was the last time you had your water tested? The Town of Pinedale laboratory wants to remind you that they are now open to the public to test your water for bacteria. Their lab is EPA certified for SM9223B and SM9222D methods to test for total coliforms, E.Coli and fecal coliforms. Fees are $30 for Presence/Absence and $45 for Enumeration. They accept samples from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. More information can be found on their website, www.townofpinedale.us, or by calling 307-367-2348.


Halloween Costume Parade in Pinedale Oct. 31 (posted 10/18/2020)
Due to COVID-19, there have had to be some changes to the usual Halloween traditions. There won’t be a business trick-or-treat in downtown Pinedale and the Sublette Center won’t be able to do their Safe Trick or Treat event, which means the senior citizens that so enjoy the trick or treating won’t get to do that this year. As a substitute, the Friends of the PAC and the Sublette County Chamber of Commerce have planned a Halloween Costume Parade. 3:00-5:00PM. Starting at 3:00PM on Saturday, October 31st, kids and parents can meet at the Pinedale Middle School parking lot and walk in a parade around the Sublette Center and Aspen Grove Apartments. Kids will be getting a candy bag and the seniors will be able to watch the kids in their costumes as they parade by. Anyone who would like to donate candy for the event can contact Amber Anderson at the PAC for a sponsorship form, aanderson@pinedaleaquatic.com.


Veteran's Day 2020 in Pinedale Nov. 11th (posted 10/18/2020)
Here is the schedule for Veteran’s Day 2020 in Pinedale
Wednesday, November 11, 2020:
9:00 am: Veteran's Memorial Dedication
Ribbon-cutting ceremony for the improvements made this last summer on the Memorial in the American Legion Park in Pinedale. There will also be a Dedicatory Prayer, 21-gun salute and a possible fly-over. Everyone is invited (outdoor event).

11:00 am: Veteran's Day Ceremony, Pinedale High School Auditorium

12:00: Luncheon has been cancelled this year due to Covid-19 concerns.

6:00 - 7:00 pm: Veteran's Cruising. Along Pine Street in Pinedale

Come show your support for our Vets and Country. Proudly display your flag and Patriotism. Dessert will be provided at the VFW parking lot.


Veteran’s Memorial Improvement Commemoration Nov. 11 in Pinedale (posted 10/15/2020)
The Commemoration for the Veteran's Memorial Improvement in Pinedale will be held on Veteran’s Day, Wednesday, November 11, 2020 at 9 a.m. It will be live streamed to the schools. Everyone invited.


Changes for Return to School Guidance for symptomatic students/staff (posted 10/12/2020)
Strep testing in schools
Jay Harnack, Superintendent, SCSD#1
On Friday, 10/9/20, both Sublette County School Districts met with Sublette County Public Health to review the return to work guidance for students/staff.

The guidance has been revised to the previous status of fever-free without medication after at least 3 days (72 hours), or a negative test result for COVID-19. We have updated our COVID-19 Exclusion Flowchart to reflect this change

Just a quick reminder that COVID-19 tests are free of charge for all school-age children at both clinics. Strep and influenza tests will also be free of charge. In addition, schools may now resume on-site testing for Strep.

Also, if your doctor provides you with a letter identifying an alternate diagnosis (Strep, ear infection, etc.) you may return to school when your student is fever-free for 24 hours. Please provide that letter to our school nurse when prior to returning if that is the case.

This new guidance will be in effect starting on Monday, October 12th, 2020.


Blowdown Trail Condition Update – Oct. 8, 2020 (posted 10/8/2020)
Pinedale Ranger District, Bridger-Teton National Forest
Date of incident: Monday, September 7, 2020
Incident: Massive wind event with gusts in excess of 60+mph throughout the Wind River Range, causing trees to cover roadways and trails. All main Forest roads have been cleared and you can drive to trailheads.

Trail report as of Wednesday, October 7, 2020 (new info in bold)

Green River Lakes
• Lakeside Trail: has large trees down. Impassable to stock. Stock users use Highline Trail.
• Highline Trail south to Trail Creek Park (13 miles total): Cleared as of 9/21/2020
• Rocky Mountain Youth Corps crew logged about 4 miles of the Porcupine Trail.

New Fork Lake
• New Fork Trail to New Fork Park up to Palmer Lake and back down on Double Top Mountain Trail past Rainbow Lake to trailhead: Passable as of 09/11/2020
o Forest Service crews have not walked these trails, but this trail was not as significantly impacted as other locations. The outfitter cleared a few trees from this loop to report the trail was passable with stock.

Spring Creek Park
• Secondary information is that there are trees down, but passable to hikers to the Wilderness Boundary, about 2.5 miles. Then the trees increase to Glimpse Lake, another 1.5 miles. Completely impassable to hikers and stock from Glimpse Lake on. Report from 09/16/2020
o On 9/22/2020 the Forest Service Crew made it 1000 feet past the Wilderness Boundary, so about 2.5 miles of the trail to Trapper Lake is clear.
• Glimpse Lake Trail: Clear first 4 miles to Glimpse Lake as of 9/23/2020. Completely impassable to hikers and stock beyond Glimpse Lake.
• Trapper Lake Trail: Mostly used by outfitters and hunters. Cleared 3 miles from parking area on 09/24/2020.
• Pinedale Wilderness Crew entering at Elkhart Park Trailhead on 09/28/2020. They will be working to clear the Pole Creek Trail to Fremont Crossing, around to Summit Lake and down to Trapper Lake before exiting the Spring Creek Park Trailhead on 10/05/2020.
• Crews coming out today, 10/05/2020. Will have detailed update tomorrow, 10/06/2020.
Crew did not make it from Elkhart on the Pole Creek Trail to exit at Spring Creek Park. Too much work on the Pole Creek Trail.

Elkhart Park
• Pine Creek Trail (down to Long Lake): unknown.
• Pole Creek Trail: The first 4 miles of this trail to Photographer’s Point was completely obliterated. Green trees were blown over by their root wads and stacked 10 feet tall. Unable to even find the trail. From Photographer’s Point to Seneca Lake (6 additional miles) the trail is tree covered, but passable to hikers. Not recommended for stock.
o Forest Service has had crews working on the Pole Creek Trail since 09/14/2020
o Trail is clear about ½ mile from Photographer’s Point as of /21/2020
o Since entering the Bridger Wilderness, progress has been about 1000 feet per day
 Crew of 5 Wilderness Rangers from the Pinedale Ranger District
 Additional 4-5 Jackson Ranger District Wilderness Rangers will be working on the Pole Creek Trail on 9/23 and 9/24
• Crews had a day off from work on the Pole Creek Trail on 09/22/2020. Jackson Trail Crew will be starting at Miller Park 09/23/2020.
• The Jackson Trail Crew will be continuing to work on the Pole Creek/Island Lake corridor 09/24/2020.
• Clear to Photographer’s Point as of 09/24/2020. After 11 days straight of work on the Pole Creek Trail, our crews are taking a few well-deserved days off and will start again clearing towards Seneca Lake on Monday, 09/28/2020.
• Pinedale Wilderness Crew entering at Elkhart Park Trailhead on 09/28/2020. They will be working to clear the Pole Creek Trail to Fremont Crossing, around to Summit Lake and down to Trapper Lake before exiting the Spring Creek Park Trailhead on 10/05/2020.
• As of 10/03/2020, trail was clear to Hobbs Lake, for a total of 6 miles from the Elkhart Park Trailhead. We will have a detailed report of the Pole Creek Trail and Seneca Lake Trail tomorrow, as crews are coming out today 10/05/2020, after 8 days in the backcountry.
The Wilderness Crew was able to log out 9.5 miles of trail from Elkhart Park Trailhead, just prior to Seneca Lake, following first the Pole Creek Trail and then the Seneca Lake Trail. Seneca Lake is 10 miles from the trailhead.
• The Pole Creek Trail continues east at Eklund Lake. Here the crew was able to clear the trail up the switchbacks from Eklund Lake, about ½ mile. There are still some significant root wads in the trail, making this not recommended for stock use.


Boulder Lake
• Ruff Lake Trail: Clear to Wilderness Boundary, about 2 miles just prior to Blueberry Lake, as of 09/20/2020.
• Boulder Creek Canyon Trail: Clear to Wilderness Boundary (.5 miles) as of 9/20/2020. Secondary information that stock groups are continuing to Ethel Lake and then beyond to Pipestone Lakes area as of 09/17/2020
• As of 09/24/2020, private individuals had taken stock from Boulder Creek Canyon Trail to North Fork Lake. The loop around past Pipestone Lake, Dugway Lake and Valley Lake was also passable. Still a few large trees on this loop, but passable to stock.

Meadow Lake Trail
• Forest Service crew cleared trail to Wilderness Boundary on 09/17/2020.
o Public reported unable to reach wilderness boundary on 9/20/2020. We did have wind and very little moisture on Saturday 9/19/2020.

Burnt Lake
• Firefighters from zone engine crews will be working to clear the Burnt Lake Trail prior to the Wilderness, 09/25/20 unless called to a smoke report.
• As of 9/28/2020 the Burnt Lake Trail has been cleared to the Wilderness Boundary. Beyond the boundary, there are significant trees down. Not recommended for stock.
• Beginning 09/28/2020 the fire crew will be working to clear the UTV figure eight trail connecting Meadow Lake and Burnt Lake.
• As of 10/05/2020 the UTV figure eight trail connecting Meadow Lake Burnt Lake is clear and passable.

Scab Creek
• Scab Creek Trail: Clear to Wilderness Boundary, about 2.5 miles, as of 09/09/2020. About 25 trees down between boundary and Little Divide Lake, 6 miles from the trailhead. Less than 5 are difficult to travel around with stock. Passable with stock, but difficult. Another 10 trees or so between Little Divide and Dream Lake. Passable with stock. Report from outfitter on 09/13/2020.
• Lowline Trail: No updates.

Big Sandy
• Highline Trail north: No Forest Service crews have been working on this trail as of 9/21/2020. Big Sandy Lodge has started clearing this trail. Our reports from the public is it is taking 7 hours to travel the 4 miles from Big Sandy Trailhead to Dad’s Lake.
• Big Sandy Trail: No Forest Service crews have been working on this trail as of 9/21/2020. Reports from the public say this 6 mile trail to Big Sandy Lake was less impacted than the Highline Trail north, but still significant blowdown. Plan on 2-3x longer to get to Big Sandy Lake.
o See attached pictures from the Big Sandy Lake Trail. Passable to hikers. Not recommended for stock. Snow on Jackass Pass Trail, less than 6 inches.
• Big Sandy Camp Hosts reported that private individuals have cleared some of the Big Sandy Lake Trail. Hikers are getting up to the Cirque of the Towers as of 09/24/2020. Not recommended to take stock.
• The Pinedale trail crew will begin work on Highline Trail north from Big Sandy Trailhead on Monday 09/28/2020.
• As of 10/03/2020, the Continental Divide Trail (CDT) north from Big Sandy Trailhead was clear about 2400 feet past the Wilderness Boundary, for a total of almost 2 miles. Will have a detailed update tomorrow as crews are coming back today, 10/05/2020.
The CDT north from Big Sandy Trailhead is clear for the first 2 miles. The trail crew was able to clear about a mile shy of Fish Creek Park.
• The Fremont Trail north from Big Sandy Trailhead towards Twin Lakes is not passable to stock.
• The trail crew cleared the Big Sandy Lake Trail to ½ mile prior to the Wilderness boundary. Hikers have been getting over Jackass and Texas Pass, but be aware of forecasted snow coming this weekend, 10/10/2020.
• Reports of private individuals clearing the CDT south from Big Sandy Trailhead.


SAFETY ALERT: Be aware that there are many current and potential hazards along this trail and surrounding area, so plan accordingly. Passing storms may bring winds which could blow over additional trees blocking trails or cause personal injury.

Additional Information:
Pinedale Ranger District Office
29 E. Fremont Lake Rd.
307-367-4326
Open Mon – Fri, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

To Report a wildfire, call 911 or 307-739-3036


Town of Pinedale seeks bids for UV Treatment Plant pipe repair (posted 10/9/2020)
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Town of Pinedale, Wyoming
2020 UV Treatment Plant Pipe Repair
TOP Bid No. 20-9

Notice is hereby given that the Town of Pinedale is accepting Bids for a general contract for the 2020 UV Treatment Plant Pipe Repair. Sealed Bids for the construction of the Project will be received at the office of the Town Clerk, Town of Pinedale, P.O. Box 709, located at 69 Pinedale South Road, Wyoming, 82941 (Town Hall) until Monday, October 19, 2020 at 12:00 PM Mountain Time. At that time, the Bids received will be publicly opened and read at that location. Bids shall be delivered according to the Request for Bid. The Request for Bid package may be obtained at the Town Hall or by email. For more information, please call Town Hall at 307-367-4136 or email abrampearce@townofpinedale.us.

For all further requirements regarding bid submittal, qualifications, procedures, and contract award, refer to the Instructions to Bidders that are included in the Bidding Documents. A bid security in the amount of 5% of the bid shall accompany each bid. All bids are to be prepared in accordance with the Request for Bids. Responsible Wyoming bidders will be given a 5% preference.

The Town of Pinedale reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to waive all informalities. The Town of Pinedale may accept any bid which in its opinion best serves its interests.


Halloween Candy Scavenger Hunt Oct. 31st at the Museum
Halloween Candy Scavenger Hunt Oct. 31st at the Museum
Halloween Candy Scavenger Hunt at the Museum in Pinedale Oct. 31 (posted 10/5/2020)
History is everywhere. Even in candy! Bring your little ghosts and goblins in costume up to the Museum of the Mountain Man on Halloween, Saturday, October 31st for a candy scavenger hunt. Come up anytime at your convenience during the day from 9AM to 5PM. Families admitted free with kids in costume. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Social distancing is encouraged and have fun getting creative with incorporating masks into costumes as you see fit.

Get a scavenger hunt card from the front desk and go through the Museum following the clues to find the candy cards. When you’re done collecting all the cards, take the completed scavenger hunt card to the front desk to claim your candy bag. There is even a bonus question for a rock candy. Keep the candy and keep all the cards that tell the interesting history of each of the candies that are so familiar to us today.

Saturday, October 31st, is the last open day of the summer season for the Museum of the Mountain Man. They are open daily 7 days a week through October from 9AM to 5PM. Over the winter they are open by appointment. For more information call 307-367-4101 or go online to www.mmmuseum.com


White Pine offers Junior Snowsports Club for kids (posted 10/5/2020)
White Pine Junior Snowsports Club (WPJSC) for kids in grades K thru 8. It is organized by the non-profit White Pine Foundation.

There is a $25 annual membership which gets participants a membership punch card giving them monthly benefits such as free cocoa, tubing tickets, buddy passes and more.

This Fall, in cooperation with Ranae Pape at The Garage Gym in Pinedale, the Club is offering members Free Ski Conditioning Classes. This will be aimed at fitness and exercise specifically to help skier and snowboarders.

This will be an 8-week class starting Monday October 5th, going through to Tuesday November 24th, and available every Monday and Tuesday from approximately 3:45 to 4:30pm.

Middle School and Elementary School students can take the "Duck" bus right from school to the Gym, but will need to be collected after 4:30 from the Gym. Gym attendance is up to the individual and missing a day or week is not a problem.

WPJSC membership is from December 1st thru November 30th, so all members from the 2019-20 Ski Season automatically qualify, and if the Club has a signed parental waiver this will cover their Ski Conditioning Course. Membership forms are available at the Garage Gym, 250 S. Cole Ave., in Pinedale so kids can join anytime, but a parent/guardian waiver form will be needed for the first visit.

Cost of the Ski Conditioning Course is covered by the White Pine Foundation.

For more information:
White Pine (Katie Lane or Alan Blackburn) (307) 367-6606
Garage Gym (Ranae Pape) (307) 360-6382

Related Links:
www.whitepineski.com White Pine Ski Resort


Kids' chaperoning offered at the Pinedale and Big Piney Libraries (posted 9/28/2020)
The Sublette County Libraries are offering chaperoning services for kids when their busy parents might not have time to make it over to the library so kids can browse and check out items. Because of COVID-19, at this time kids must be accompanied by an adult when visiting either Library, and can come for brief visits only. Children and teens cannot linger to play games, use the computer, or hang out at the library at this time. Both Libraries are offering the library staff chaperoning service so kids can come inside briefly to pick out books, movies, games, etc. to take home.

Parents are asked to please call the library in advance or even as you arrive, and a staff member will be out to help your child or teen.

Pinedale Library Chaperones Available by calling (307) 367-4114
Any staff member will assist them upon arrival

Big Piney Library Chaperones Available after school 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Genavieve White, Programming Coordinator
LaTisha Phillips, Library Assistant

Related Links:
www.sublettecountylibrary.org/ Sublette County Libraries


Library curbside pickup service still available (posted 9/28/2020)
The Pinedale & Big Piney Libraries
The Sublette County Library Curbside Pickup Service for those who do not wish to come inside the library remains available. Simply let the Library staff know what reading materials, audiobooks or DVDs you need and they'll be happy gather them and check them out to you. They'll contact you to let you know when your bag of items is ready for a quick no-contact pickup at your convenience outside the Pinedale or Big Piney libraries.

Related Links:
www.sublettecountylibrary.org/ Sublette County Libraries


Kickin' Cancer in Sublette County fundraiser
Kickin' Cancer in Sublette County fundraiser
Get tickets for Kickin’ Cancer by Sept. 26th (posted 9/25/2020)
Update Oct. 22: The drawing for Kickin' Cancer fundraiser
will be held on the Kickin’ Cancer Facebook page via Facebook
Live at 5:30PM on November 16th. They will draw regardless of
all the tickets sold or not. Please get your tickets now!

Update Sept 26: The deadline for purchasing tickets has been
extended.

Due to COVID-19, Kickin’ Cancer in Sublette County had to
cancel their big annual event and will do their drawing on
Facebook Live on Saturday, Sept. 26th. Kickin’ Cancer helps
Sublette County residents battling cancer with costs for
travel, hotels, and living expenses while on the road for
treatment. They have great prizes in the raffle – tickets
are $100 and only 500 tickets will be sold.

Tickets are available at:
Rocky Mtn Power Sports Pinedale
The Cowboy Shop
The Daniel Junction
Bucky’s Outdoors
Boulder Store
Green River Bar, Daniel
Bank of Sublette County
Both Office Outlet stores
Scott & Carol Mackie, Big Piney

Buy tickets online at: href="http://www.kickincancer.org">www.kickincancer.org


Sublette County General Election Sample Ballots (posted 9/23/2020)
The 2020 General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 3rd. For Sublette County voters, this election will include voting for:
- President and VP of the United States
- United States Senator
- U.S. Representative
- State Senators and Representatives
- Three (3) seats on the Sublette County Board of County Commissioners
- Sublette County Assessor
- Justices on the Wyoming Supreme Court
- District and Circuit Court Judges
- A proposed Wyoming Constitutional Amendment regarding debt limits on municipal sewer projects
- School District #1 Board of Trustees
- School District #9 Board of Trustees
- Upper Green Cemetery District Board of Trustees
- Big Piney Cemetery District Board of Trustees
- Rural Health Care District Board Trustees
- Conservation District Supervisors
- Proposed creation of Special Hospital District
- Trustees for the proposed Special Hospital District
- Pinedale Lodging Tax increase from 3-4%

Below are links to the Sublette County sample ballots. There are ten different ballots because some options vary for the different precincts. Voters in the city limits of the Town of Pinedale will be voting on the question of whether to authorize to impose a 4% Special Lodging Tax on short-term lodging (up an additional 1% from the tax from previous years). Voters in Bondurant and Daniel will vote for State Senate District 16 and State Representative District 22 candidates. Other precincts will vote for State Senate District 14 and State Representative District 20 candidates.

Absentee ballots have been sent out to voters who have requested them. Voters may go to the Sublette County Clerk’s office in the Sublette County Courthouse in Pinedale to register to vote or request an absentee ballot.

Sample Ballots:
Precinct 1-1 In Town – Pinedale
Precinct 1-1 Out of Town - Pinedale
Precinct 1-3 In Town - Pinedale West
Precinct 1-3 Out of Town - Pinedale West
Precinct 1-4 - Boulder
Precinct 2-1 - Big Piney
Precinct 2-2 - Marbleton
Precinct 4-1 - Cora
Precinct 4-2 - Daniel
Precinct 5-1 - Bondurant


Special Hospital District events (posted 9/23/2020)
Here are events scheduled for the Special Hospital District. These are opportunities to meet with members of the Sublette County Rural Health Care District and Sublette Center, as well as candidates for the boards, and get questions answered about the Critical Access Hospital and proposed Special Hospital District that will be on the General Election ballot on November 3rd.

Thursday, October 1: 12 pm noon – Big Piney Library – Bring your lunch
Wednesday, October 7: 6 pm – Marbleton Senior Center
Thursday, October 8: 6 pm - Boulder Community Center
Wednesday, October 14: 1 pm - Rendezvous Pointe Senior Center, Pinedale
Tuesday, October 27: 5:30 pm - Pinedale Library
Wednesday, October 28: 5:30 pm - Big Piney Library


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Current views from area web cameras. Travel and Weather info here.

WYDOT US 191
Trappers Point
Pinedale WYDOT Web Cam
Click for Camera Page and more WYDOT webcams

WYDOT Web Cam on US 189 north of Marbleton at the junction with Hwy 351  - view looking south
US 189 north of Marbleton - View looking south

WYDOT Web Cam on US 191 at Sand Draw - view looking north
US 191 at Sand Draw - View looking north

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