PINEDALE, Wyo. (AP) — A hunter accidentally shot himself in the leg while trying to fight off a grizzly bear attack in west-central Wyoming — the second such attack in a week's time, officials said.
PINEDALE, Wyo. (AP) — A climber missing in the area of Wyoming's highest mountain has been found dead.
Thor Hallingbye, 41, of Cheyenne, was reported missing Sunday after apparently getting separated from his group near Gannett Peak on Saturday, according Sublette County sheriff's officials.
A national environmental group has set it sights on blocking a 220-square-mile gas field southwest of Pinedale by alleging violations of the Clean Air Act.
The project in the crosshairs is the Normally Pressured Lance gas field, a 3,500-well Jonah Energy development approved last month by the Bureau of Land Management after a seven-year environmental review.
A Pinedale judge will preside over a case involving rapes police say occurred in Jackson in 1974-75
The change of judges was filed Friday in Teton County District Court. It comes after the defendant, Donald Pack Jr., waived a potential conflict disclosed by Judge Timothy Day, who worked as a Teton County sheriff’s deputy when the original investigation took place and who said he knows one of the alleged victims, court files state.
All three people involved in a head-on collision April 6 in Sublette County west of Pinedale are recovering in regional hospitals, according to Wyoming Highway Patrol Lt. Klief Guenther.
“All members are still alive, but both drivers are still in critical condition,” Guenther said Wednesday.
An incurable neurological sickness that causes elk, deer and moose to wither away and eventually die has spread to the northern reaches of the Green River Basin.
The arrival of chronic wasting disease in Sublette County became official in mid-February, when Wyoming Game and Fish Department technicians whose job is to sweep the countryside for the malady sampled a dead mule deer doe at a home near the Pinedale Airport.
CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming’s three main winter months – December through February – were the wettest in the state’s recorded history, according to the National Weather Service.
Almost 5.5 inches of precipitation fell on the state this season, breaking the previous record of 4.93 inches set in 1898.
Wyoming Coaches Association
All-State Boys & Girls Alpine Skiing
Boys: David Henrich, Cody; Kai Sroczynski, Cody; Casey Wagler, Cody; Silas Ward, Cody; Garrison Fadala, Jackson; Ben Klausmann, Jackson; Ethan Kolasky, Jackson; Cole Pampe, Jackson; Logan Eggleston, Kelly Walsh; Sam James, Kelly Walsh.
She was simultaneously the first and the fifth.
By now, four older brothers in Pinedale have met their new baby sister — and the first baby born at St. John’s Medical Center in 2017.