Pinedale High School Parent/Teacher Conference date changed to Oct. 7th (posted 9/19/14)
Sublette County School District #1
NOTICE: Due to Homecoming week, Pinedale High School Parent/Teacher Conferences that were scheduled for Tuesday, September 30th are moved to Tuesday, October 7th - 4-8 PM.
Sublette County Library Surplus Equipment Sale Sept 17-19 (posted 9/19/14)
Sale location: Sublette BOCES Building, 665 N. Tyler, Rm 124
Dates: Wednesday, September 17th - Noon – 6pm
Thursday, September 18th- 8am – 6pm
Friday, September 19th- 8am-Noon
• Winning bidders must pick their items up by 4:30pm on Friday, September 19th.
• All items are being sold as-is without any guarantee or warranty of any kind.
• Sale items include computers, both Apple and MS Windows based that are outdated, may not function properly and in some cases don’t have an operating system installed.
• There will also be some furniture, old AV equipment and other miscellaneous items.
• Buyers may submit bids at the sale through noon on Friday, September 19th. Bids will only be accepted during the sale hours.
• The highest bid will win the item. In the case of a tie a drawing will determine the winner.
1 MAC Computer
2 MAC Computer
3 MAC Computer
4 MAC Computer
5 MAC Computer
6 MAC Computer
7 MAC Computer
8 MAC Computer
9 MAC Computer
10 MAC Computer No hard drive
11 Epson Projector
12 Eiki Projector
13 Dell monitor
14 Dell CRT Monitor
15 CCTV Monitor
16 Goldstar CRT Monitor
17 HP All-in-one PC
18 HP All-in-one PC
19 HP All-in-one PC
21 HP All-in-one PC
22 HP All-in-one PC
23 HP All-in-one PC
24 Dell Optiplex 760
25 Dell Optiplex 760
26 Compaq PC
27 Compaq PC
28 Compaq PC
29 Compaq PC
30 Compaq PC
31 Inspiron PC
32 Dell PC
33 Dell PC
34 Compaq PC
35 Dell PC
36 IBM Think Center PC
37 Four drawer legal file cabinet
38 Paperback Spinner Racks
39 Plastic folding table 70" x 30"
40 Solid core door and jamb
42 "At Rehearsal" poster
43 Large Sand Dune painting
44 Small framed print
45 Small framed print
46 Small framed print
47 Small framed print
48 Small framed print
49 Small framed print
50 Carvin Speakers and amp
51 Oak w/Red cloth chair
52 Oak w/Red cloth chair
53 Oak w/Red cloth chair
54 Oak w/Red cloth chair
55 Oak w/Red cloth chair
56 Oak w/Red cloth chair
57 Oak w/Red cloth chair
58 Oak w/Red cloth chair
59 2 x 8 foot plywood dolly
60 2 x 8 foot plywood dolly
61 Keyboard Tray
62 Two network firewalls
63 Four wireless routers
64 Cisco and D-link routers
66 Adding machine
67 Apex DVD
68 VHS player
73 Keyboard tray
74 Cowboy statue
75 Blue card table
76 AV/Computer Rack component shelf
79 Miscellaneous black brackets
80 Keyboard tray
82 Miscellaneous wood
83 Table leg
84 Two Steel shelf brackets
85 Vivitar Slide projector
87 File folder dividers A-Z
88 Magazine holders $.10
89 Child's Area Rug
Brian McDonald pleads ‘Not Guilty’ to 15 felony criminal assault charges (posted 9/19/14)
Jury trial set for January 2015
Bob Rule, KPIN 1011 FM Radio
Thursday morning, Sept. 18, 2014, the arraignment of Brian James McDonald was held in District Court in Pinedale, with Judge Marv Tyler presiding.
McDonald was charged with five charges for each of the alleged attacks on three different women in 2010, 2012, and 2014 in Pinedale. The five charges associated with each woman included:
Attempted murder in the 1st degree
Attempted murder in the 2nd degree
Aggravated assault and battery
Possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent
McDonald pleaded "not guilty" to all 15 charges.
When asked by the judge if he preferred a trial with only a judge, or trial by jury, McDonald requested a trial by jury. Judge Tyler set the trial date to be January 12th of 2015.
Bond was continued at $1 million cash, and McDonald was returned to the Sublette County jail.
The Red Desert to Hoback Migration Photo Exhibit September 19-October 31 (posted 9/14/14)
Photo exhibit at the Museum of the Mountain Man through October 31st. Reception and presentation on Sept. 18th at the Sublette County Library in Pinedale.
At the Museum of the Mountain Man
The Red Desert to Hoback Migration Photo Exhibit will be on display at the Museum of the Mountain Man in Pinedale September 19-October 31. There will be a Presentation & Reception on Thursday, September 18, from 6-9 pm at the Sublette County Library in Pinedale. Everyone is invited to join Wyoming Migration Initiative researchers Matt Kauffman and Hall Sawyer, along with National Geographic photographer Joe Riis, to explore the longest documented mule deer migration corridor.
PAPO calls for 2015 project applications (posted 9/14/14)
To benefit mule deer, sage-grouse or air quality and are located within the Pinedale Anticline Project Area
Bureau of Land Management
The Pinedale Anticline Project Office (PAPO) is accepting applications for potential 2015 project funding with preference given to those that specifically benefit mule deer, sage-grouse or air quality and are located within the Pinedale Anticline Project Area.
The 2015 application form, score sheet and guidelines are available at www.wy.blm.gov/jio-papo/index.htm. Submitted applications will be acknowledged and all will be reviewed by PAPO staff. Final funding decisions will likely be made by the PAPO Board of Directors at its May 2015 meeting in Pinedale, Wyoming. There is no guarantee that any submitted application will be funded.
Project applications and any supporting documents must be submitted by email to email@example.com by 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31.
For more information, please contact PAPO Project Coordinator Eric Decker at 307-367-5386.
2nd Annual Oktoberfest Oct. 3 (posted 9/14/14)
Fundraiser for Sublette County Democratic Committee and candidates
Update Monday, Sept. 15th: The Oktoberfest has been changed to Friday, October 3rd to accommodate Pete Gosar's schedule. The Bazaar will be rescheduled to a date to be announced.
The Sublette County Democratic Committee is hosting their 2nd Annual Oktoberfest on Friday, October 3rd. Oktoberfest will be held from 5:30-8:30PM in the Lovatt Room of the Pinedale Library. Cost is $25 adult, $5 child. Adults get one customized pint beer glass, 1 brat with fixins, and free refills of Wind River Brewing Blonde Ale. Non-alcohlic beverages will also be provided. Come and meet Pete Gosar, candidate for Wyoming Governor, and Courtney Skinner, candidate for Sublette County Commissioner. Proceeds will be split between attending candidates and the Sublette County Democratic Committee. Everyone welcome.
Pinedale Health Fair Sept. 19 (posted 8/14/14)
Sublette County Public Health is sponsoring the Pinedale Health Fair on Friday September 19 from 12:30-5:00pm at the Pinedale Aquatic Center. Featured will be screenings for bone density, blood pressure, body muscle/fat, vision, skin screen. There will also be many information tables. Come and see how you are doing and have some fun while you're at it. Pick up your blood results.
Wyeth book garners Wyoming State Historical Society book award (posted 9/14/14)
Obstinate Hope: The Western Expeditions of Nathaniel J. Wyeth, Volume 1, 1832-1833, by Jim Hardee. Museum of the Mountain Man-Sublette County Historical Society original publication.
The Sublette County Historical Society and the Museum of the Mountain Man are proud to announce that "Obstinate Hope: The Western Expeditions of Nathaniel J. Wyeth", Vol. 1, written by Jim Hardee, has been awarded a Wyoming State Historical Society book award. Wyoming State Historical Society book awards are intended to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the preservation of the history of Wyoming and the West.
"Obstinate Hope: The Western Expeditions of Nathaniel J.Wyeth", Volume I, is the first of a two-part examination on the life of Nathaniel J. Wyeth. The book begins with a look at Wyeth’s early life and heritage in the New England area, his eastern business ventures and the many entrepreneurial ambitions he engaged in. Throughout history, little has been chronicled or interpreted about Nathaniel J. Wyeth and his role out West, whether as mountain man during the fur trade or commercial pioneer at the heart of rendezvous. Hardee uses letters, journals and historical documents to follow Wyeth’s stubborn pursuit and persistence as he treks cross country from one seaboard to the other in 1832-1833. The 500-page novel is richly illustrated with ten maps and more than three dozen images, providing the reader with a delightful insight and scrutiny into this lesser-known man of the fur trade.
Featured in the following book reviews:
Muzzeloader Magazine, September-October 2014
Overalnd Journal, Volume 32, Number 2, Summer 2014
Obstinate Hope: The Western Expeditions of Nathaniel J. Wyeth
by Jim Hardee
Published by Museum of the Mountain Man – 2013
Hardback, 500 pages, Black and White illustrations, 6 x9 inches
First Edition – 2000 Copies
Available to order online here: http://museumofthemountainman.com/product/obstinate-hope-the-western-expeditions-of-nathaniel-j-wyeth/
Game and Fish Commission to meet in Pinedale Sept. 18-19 (posted 9/11/14)
Wyoming Game and Fish
The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will meet September 18-19 in Pinedale at the Sublette BOCES Center Building, 665 North Tyler Avenue.
The Commission will take action on several items including Fishing Regulations, Hunter Education Policy, Regulation Governing Fish Hatchery trends, boreal toads in the Green River Basin, and The Wildlife Society’s Fellowship Program.
There will also be a joint meeting between the Commission and the Wyoming Board of Agriculture to discuss mutual issues of importance. In addition, the Commission will attend a tour, guided by Department field personnel, of an important segment of the Red Desert to Hoback Mule Deer Migration Corridor near Fremont Lake.
The State of Wyoming supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. Anyone needing auxiliary aids should contact the Wyoming Game and Fish Department at (307)777-4501. Every effort will be made for reasonable accommodations.
A complete agenda can be found online at: wgfd.wyo.gov.
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