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Green River Rendezvous at the Museum of the Mountain Man July 7-10, 2022 (posted 6/26/2022)
Celebrating History and Culture
A full slate of history programs are planned for the 2022 Green River Rendezvous at the Museum of the Mountain Man in Pinedale July 7-10th.

• American Mountain Men Living History Camp – The AMM will attend in full force with a living history camp and 13 hours of programs. Don’t miss Campfire Stories & Songs on Saturday evening at 8pm.

• Plains Indians by Bad Hand – Bad Hand will return with more information about the lives and history of the pre-reservation Plains Indian culture. He will have programs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

• Native American Crafts – (Children’s Programs) – Dan & Lapita Frewin will have Native American craft projects for the youngsters on Friday and Saturday.

• Rocky Mountain Fur Trade Journal Forum - All of the authors of articles in the 2022 Journal will be on hand to talk about their papers. All Forum presentations will be streamed live for remote viewers.

Auto Tour- The Hoback Canyon in Fur Trade History, Thursday, 10am. Following the Hoback River provided travelers a way to cross between the Green and Snake Rivers. Named for John Hoback, a Kentuckian who trapped the region as early as 1810, the Hoback and its canyon are frequently mentioned in period diaries. This tour explores numerous sites along the river that played a role in early fur trade history.

6th Annual Western Art & Wine Auction, Thursday, July 7, 6:30pm
The 6th Western Art & Wine Auction will be held Thursday night to kick off rendezvous at the Museum. Those who cannot attend can still participate via absentee and call-in bids. Add to your collection or find the perfect gift - you can chose from limited edition prints, original art pieces, jewelry and even a replica beaver trap! Visit to download this year’s art catalog, get updates, and bid in the online silent auction.

• Journal Reception & Movie Night Friday 6:30pm – We will be recognizing Journal authors on Friday evening at 6:30pm and there will be an opportunity to have the authors sign Journals. Movie night will begin at 7pm followed by a panel discussion of fur trade experts. This year's feature is "Into the Wild Frontier: Thomas Fitzpatrick" with panel discussion by historian featured in the documentary.

Through generous support of our sponsors, all rendezvous programs at the Museum are presented free of charge.Complete Rendezvous Schedule

ERAP Update (posted 6/26/2022)
Emergency Rental Assistance Program
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If you are eligible for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) and you are in need of additional services to help you stay safely in your home, please contact the community based organization for your county for more information about housing stability services. Costs related to obtaining or keeping safe housing will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the community based organizations.

ERAP funding also provides specialized services for eligible seniors, individuals with disabilities, domestic violence survivors and human trafficking survivors to support their ability to obtain and maintain safe housing.

Seniors and individuals with disabilities: The Wyoming Department of Health’s Aging Division provides these specialized services.
Survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking: The Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault provides these specialized services.

ERAP Funding Update
With rising gas and food costs, the demand for ERAP remains high. June has already surpassed May in expended funds.

Currently ERAP has issued $5.1 million in assistance payments, and it is quickly looking like June will beat April as the highest paid month. ERAP is a temporary federally funded relief program helping eligible Wyoming households struggling to make rent, internet and utility payments.

Please keep in mind that even though you may be eligible for assistance, we cannot promise funding will be available in the future. Do not wait to apply.

Since its launch in April 2021, ERAP has helped 9,364 Wyoming households with a total of $41 million in assistance. Of the rental payments, $32 million went to landlords, $5.9 million to households, $2.5 million to utilities and $5,700 for moving expenses.

Wyoming has issued 2,144 letters of intent to households who are homeless or without a current residence. Of those approved letters of intent, 552 households have obtained housing.

More Information:
• PHONE: The call center is open 9 AM - 6 PM, Monday through Friday. The toll-free number is 1-877-WYO-ERAP (1-877-996-3727).

HAF Program can help struggling homeowners (posted 6/26/2022)
Wyoming Homeowners Assistance Fund
Wyoming Department of Family Services
Do you know a Wyoming homeowner who has fallen behind on mortgage payments, utility bills or other housing related costs? Many homeowners are struggling due to the rising costs of gas and food.

Eligible homeowners can receive up to $17,000 in assistance as a one-time award to pay for past due payments. The award is directly paid to a servicer or vendor on behalf of an eligible homeowner. Homeowners do not need to be delinquent on mortgage payments to receive help for past due payments of utilities, property taxes, homeowners insurance and homeowners association dues. Visit to learn more or apply online.

The HAF Program launched on May 2 for online applications without a hitch. So far, the HAF Program has helped 299 Wyoming homeowners with $3.02 million in assistance paid.

North Entrance road damage. YNP photo.
North Entrance road damage. YNP photo.
Yellowstone update - June 14, 2022 (posted 6/14/22)
Yellowstone National Park
To: All Employees, Partners, News Media 
From: Strategic Communications, Office of the Superintendent, Yellowstone National Park
Updated: 06/14/2022 6:42 p.m.

Northern portion of Yellowstone National Park likely to remain closed for a substantial length of time due to severelydamaged, impacted infrastructure Visitors traveling to park in coming weeks must stay informed about current situation, road and weather conditions

• Aerial assessments conducted Monday, June 13, by Yellowstone National Park show major damage to multiple sections of road between the North Entrance (Gardiner, Montana), Mammoth Hot Springs, Lamar Valley and Cooke City, Montana, near the Northeast Entrance.
• Many sections of road in these areas are completely gone and will require substantial time and effort to reconstruct.
• The National Park Service will make every effort to repair these roads as soon as possible; however, it is probable that road sections in northern Yellowstone will not reopen this season due to the time required for repairs.
• To prevent visitors from being stranded in the park if conditions worsen, the park in coordination with Yellowstone National Park Lodges made the decision to have all visitors move out of overnight accommodations (lodging and campgrounds) and exit the park.
• All entrances to Yellowstone National Park remain temporarily CLOSED while the park waits for flood waters to recede and can conduct evaluations on roads, bridges and wastewater treatment facilities to ensure visitor and employee safety.
• There will be no inbound visitor traffic at any of the five entrances into the park, including visitors with lodging and camping reservations, until conditions improve and park infrastructure is evaluated.
• The park’s southern loop appears to be less impacted than the northern roads and teams will assess damage to determine when opening of the southern loop is feasible. This closure will extend minimally through next weekend.
• Due to the northern loop being unavailable for visitors, the park is analyzing how many visitors can safely visit the southern loop once it’s safe to reopen. This will likely mean implementation of some type of temporary reservation system to prevent gridlock and reduce impacts on park infrastructure.
• At this time, there are no known injuries nor deaths to have occurred in the park as a result of the unprecedented flooding.
• Effective immediately, Yellowstone’s backcountry is temporarily closed while crews assist campers (five known groups in the northern range) and assess damage to backcountry campsites, trails and bridges.
• The National Park Service, surrounding counties and states of Montana and Wyoming are working with the park’s gateway communities to evaluate flooding impacts and provide immediate support to residents and visitors.
• Water levels are expected to recede today in the afternoon; however, additional flood events are possible through this weekend.

Known damage and issues
• Known damage (at this time) to some park roads includes:
- North Entrance (Gardiner, Montana) to Mammoth Hot Springs: road washed out in multiple places, significant rockslide at Gardner Canyon
- Tower Junction to Northeast Entrance: segment of road washed out near Soda Butte Picnic Area, mudslides, downed trees
- Tower-Roosevelt to Canyon Junction (Dunraven Pass): mudslide on road
- Canyon Junction to Fishing Bridge: Segment of road just south of Canyon Junction potentially compromised and closed for evaluation
• The power continues to be out in multiple locations in the park.
• Water and wastewater systems at Canyon Village and Mammoth Hot Springs are being impacted by flooding conditions and are being monitored.

Stay Informed
• Visitors planning to travel to Yellowstone in the upcoming weeks should stay informed about the current situation and pay close attention to the status of road and weather conditions.
• Stay informed about up-to-date road conditions in Yellowstone.

To receive Yellowstone road alerts on your mobile phone, text "82190" to 888-777 (an automatic text reply will confirm receipt and provide instructions). Call (307) 344-2117 for a recorded message.
• Find news releases about the incident on the park’s website.
• Find photos on Flickr of this extremely hazardous situation in Yellowstone National Park.
• Yellowstone will continue to communicate about this hazardous situation as more information is available

High water in Gardner River alongside the North Entrance Road. NPS photo.
High water in Gardner River alongside the North Entrance Road. NPS photo.
Yellowstone Park closed due to flooding issues (posted 6/13/2022)
Yellowstone National Park update, Monday, June 13, 2022, 2:00PM: The National Park Service has temporarily closed all entrance roads into the Park to all recreational use due to public safety risks caused by extremely high water levels, flooding, mud and rock slides, washed out bridges, impassible roads, and extremely hazardous conditions. Power is out at many locations in the park. Effective immediately, no inbound visitor traffic will be allowed into the park until conditions stabilize and the park can assess damage to roads and bridges and other facilities. This includes visitors with lodging and camping reservations. Visitors currently in the park are being evacuated. Rainfall is expected to continue for the next several days. Flood levels measured on the Yellowstone River are beyond record levels.
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Statement from superintendent Cam Sholly about all entrances in Yellowstone National Park closed temporarily due to heavy flooding, rockslides, extremely hazardous conditions
Yellowstone National Park, June 13, 2022

"Due to record flooding events in the park and more precipitation in the forecast, we have made the decision to close Yellowstone to all inbound visitation," said superintendent Cam Sholly. "Our first priority has been to evacuate the northern section of the park where we have multiple road and bridge failures, mudslides and other issues. The community of Gardiner is currently isolated, and we are working with the county and State of Montana to provide necessary support to residents, who are currently without water and power in some areas. Due to predictions of higher flood levels in areas of the park’s southern loop, in addition to concerns with water and wastewater systems, we will begin to move visitors in the southern loop out of the park later today in coordination with our in-park business partners. We will not know timing of the park’s reopening until flood waters subside and we're able to assess the damage throughout the park. It is likely that the northern loop will be closed for a substantial amount of time. I appreciate the efforts of the Yellowstone team and partners to safely evacuate areas of the park and of our gateway community partners who are helping us through this major event. We appreciate the support offered by the Department of Interior, National Park Service and the Montana and Wyoming governors."

All entrances to Yellowstone National Park CLOSED temporarily due to heavy flooding, rockslides, extremely hazardous conditions
Yellowstone National Park media release, June 13, 2022Stay informed about road status and weather conditions
• Effective immediately, all entrances to Yellowstone National Park are temporarily CLOSED due to substantial flooding, rockslides and mudslides on roadways from recent unprecedented amounts of rainfall and flooding.
• Effective immediately, no inbound visitor traffic will be allowed into the park until conditions stabilize and the park can assess damage to roads and bridges and other facilities. This includes visitors with lodging and camping reservations.
• Closed entrances include:
o North
o Northeast
o West
o South
o East
• The power is out in multiple locations in the park.
• Visitors planning on coming to Yellowstone in the upcoming weeks should pay close attention to the status of road conditions.
• Many park roads may remain closed for an extended period of time.
• Preliminary assessments show multiple sections of roads throughout the park have been either washed out or covered in mud or rocks, and multiple bridges may be affected.
• Multiple roads in the southern portion of the park are also on the verge of being flooded, further restricting access.
• With additional rainfall forecasted, the park does not want large numbers of day-use visitors stranded in the park.
• Strains on wastewater and water treatment facilities could become a factor and the park is taking precautions to ensure facilities are not failing.
• The National Park Service, surrounding counties and state of Montana and Wyoming will work with the gateway communities to evaluate flooding impacts and provide support to residents.
• Rainfall is expected to continue for the next several days. Flood levels measured on the Yellowstone River are beyond record levels.
• Stay informed about up-to-date road conditions in Yellowstone:
o Visit Park Roads.
o To receive Yellowstone road alerts on your mobile phone, text "82190" to 888-777 (an automatic text reply will confirm receipt and provide instructions).
o Call (307) 344-2117 for a recorded message.
• Find photos on Flickr ( of this extremely hazardous situation in Yellowstone National Park.
• Yellowstone will continue to communicate about this hazardous situation as more information is available.

BTNF selects new Forest Supervisor (posted 6/9/2022)
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Intermountain Region, Regional Forester Mary Farnsworth is pleased to announce she has selected Chad Hudson as the Forest Supervisor for the Bridger-Teton National Forest, he replaces Tricia O’Connor who is retiring at the end of June."We are excited that Chad has accepted the position to lead the Bridger-Teton National Forest, he will bring a wealth of experience to the position," said Farnsworth. "His diverse experience in recreation, range, wildlife, wildland fire and leadership will assist the Bridger-Teton National Forest continue to implement an ambitious forest management program."

Prior to his selection as Forest Supervisor Hudson was Deputy Forest Supervisor on the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. In addition to his experience as Deputy Forest Supervisor, he has detailed as Forest Supervisor on both the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache and Bridger-Teton National Forests and as an Assistant Director and Deputy Director in the Forest Service Range Management and Vegetation Ecology staff in Washington D.C.

Earlier in Hudson’s career, he worked as a District Ranger on the Idaho Panhandle National Forest and on the Bridger-Teton National Forest as both a National Environmental Protection Act coordinator and a recreation manager. He began his natural resources career serving as a Warden of Tourism on the Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda with the Peace Corps.

He earned a Bachelor of Science from Southern Illinois University.

Candidates file for local elected offices (posted 6/1/2022)
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Candidates file for elected offices

Below are the candidates who have filed for elected office positions in Sublette County. The 2022 Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, August 16th.

Commissioners (2 to be elected)
Lynn Bernard, Pinedale
Mack Bradley, Marbleton
Jim Brost, Boulder
Bob Jones, Pinedale
Tyler Maxfield, Big Piney
Gary Sanders, Pinedale
Robin Schamber, Pinedale
Doug Vickrey, Daniel
Andrew Zook, Pinedale
No Democratic candidates filed

Kristine Burton-Bacheller, Pinedale
Carrie Long, Pinedale
No Democratic candidates filed

Emily Paravicini, Pinedale
No Democratic candidates filed

Laila Illoway, Pinedale
No Democratic candidates filed

Clerk of District Court:
Janet Montgomery, Pinedale
No Democratic candidates filed

Curt Covill, Pinedale
No Democratic candidates filed

KC Lehr, Pinedale
No Democratic candidates filed

Stan Cannon, Cora
Clayton Melinkovich, Cora
No Democratic candidates filed

State Representative House District 20:
Michael Schmid, LaBarge
Albert Sommers, Pinedale
Bill Winney, Bondurant
No Democratic candidates filed

(With redistricting, HD20 is all of Sublette County and LaBarge)
(State Senate 14 will have elections in 2024)

Election Calendar
August 1, 2022: Voter Registration closes for Primary Election
August 16, 2022: PRIMARY ELECTION Polls open 7:00 am - 7:00pm
November 8, 2022: GENERAL ELECTION Polls open 7:00am – 7:00pm
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