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SCSD#9 board hears funding update

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 28th, 2017
BIG PINEY, Members of the Sublette County School District No. 9 (SCSD#9) school board met for a regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 21, when the board heard updates regarding education funding from House District 20 Rep. Albert Sommers.
Sommers took the floor early to recap the most recent legislative session and how those decisions will impact SCSD#9's education

Trial set for April in stalking, impersonation case

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 28th, 2017
SUBLETTE COUNTY, Former Sublette County deputy Katherine A. Peterson's defense faced several recent setbacks before Sublette County Circuit Court Judge Curt Haws. Peterson was charged last year with two misdemeanor charges for alleged stalking and unlawful impersonation through electronic means. A six-person jury trial is scheduled in Circuit Court for April 25-26.
Peterson is accused of intentionally harassing former

SCUF seeks new station

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 28th, 2017
DANIEL, Last year, Sublette County Unified Fire (SCUF) Chief Shad Cooper developed a priority list for the long-term needs of the county's fire stations. At last Tuesday's Sublette County Board of Commissioners meeting in Marbleton, Cooper presented SCUF's top priority.
"We prioritized the Daniel Fire Station as the bigger of the two needs," Cooper told the commissioners, later explaining why

Warm weather brings flooding

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 28th, 2017
SUBLETTE COUNTY, With some areas of Sublette County seeing well-above-average snowfall this winter, warm temperatures throughout the past several weeks has caused low snow in the valley to rapidly melt away, causing some flood issues in various locations.
"We've been getting kind of a touch of the melt the last few days," National Weather Service Riverton hydrologist Jim Fahey said

Nicodemus opinion out - Supremes confirm ‘bright line’ is 18

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 28th, 2017
SUBLETTE COUNTY, After hearing arguments about life sentences without parole imposed on a convicted double murderer who was 18 in 1992, the Wyoming Supreme Court reaffirmed the "bright line" for juvenile offenders at younger than 18.
The justices upheld Ninth District Judge Marv Tyler's 2016 ruling that Kenneth D. Nicodemus was correctly sentenced for two murders and a larceny in

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