Road Work in Big PIney
Road work in Big Piney begins May 10
2021-2022 Kindergarten registration for Big Piney & LaBarge Elementary schools
2020 Tax Day for individuals extended to May 17
Big Piney Municipal Election May 11th
2021 Virtual Wyoming State Science Fair Award Results
Big Piney & Pinedale students place at 2021 Southwest Regional Science Fair
Covid-19 Isolation Units installed in Marbleton/Big Piney
Project begins to document historic buildings in Big Piney and Marbleton
Info on vehicle registration laws in Wyoming for non-resident workers
3 towns call themselves the ‘Ice Box of The Nation’
Local Contact Numbers
Sublette County Fair
Green River Valley Museum
Chuckwagon Days July 3rd & 4th in Big Piney
Camping near Big Piney & Marbleton
Big Piney & Marbleton
The Wyoming Department of Transportation, along with contract crews from Lewis & Lewis, Inc. will be working on about 5 miles of WYO 350 in Big Piney beginning May 10.
The project starts in the heart of Big Piney and will affect access to numerous residences along WYO 350. Crews will begin with milling operations, and will be placing the milled asphalt on the existing shoulders. Crews will also be placing a leveling course and overlay. There will also be some ADA improvements in the town at the intersections of Budd and Nichols Ave. and Smith Ave.
Construction will be taking place in front of the high school and there are several resident accesses across from the high school that will have their routine access limited during construction. However, access to these residences and the high school will be maintained during operations.
WYDOT requires that motorists remember to obey all roadside signs, flaggers, and traffic control devices to maintain safety for the traveling public as well as crews working in the area.
Registration has begun for Big Piney and LaBarge Elementary schools Kindergarten. This is for children who will be 5 years old on or before August 1, 2021. If you have a child beginning Kindergarten this fall, please call your local elementary school office and request a Kindergarten registration packet.
Big Piney Elementary: 307-276-3313
LaBarge Elementary: 307-386-2227
Packets may be returned to the BPES or LBES office. Parents will be asked to provide copies of your child’s birth certificate and immunization records.
WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced today (Wednesday, March 17, 2021) that the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year will be automatically extended from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021. The IRS will be providing formal guidance in the coming days.
"This continues to be a tough time for many people, and the IRS wants to continue to do everything possible to help taxpayers navigate the unusual circumstances related to the pandemic, while also working on important tax administration responsibilities," said IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig. "Even with the new deadline, we urge taxpayers to consider filing as soon as possible, especially those who are owed refunds. Filing electronically with direct deposit is the quickest way to get refunds, and it can help some taxpayers more quickly receive any remaining stimulus payments they may be entitled to."
Individual taxpayers can also postpone federal income tax payments for the 2020 tax year due on April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021, without penalties and interest, regardless of the amount owed. This postponement applies to individual taxpayers, including individuals who pay self-employment tax. Penalties, interest and additions to tax will begin to accrue on any remaining unpaid balances as of May 17, 2021. Individual taxpayers will automatically avoid interest and penalties on the taxes paid by May 17.
Individual taxpayers do not need to file any forms or call the IRS to qualify for this automatic federal tax filing and payment relief. Individual taxpayers who need additional time to file beyond the May 17 deadline can request a filing extension until Oct. 15 by filing Form 4868 through their tax professional, tax software or using the Free File link on IRS.gov. Filing Form 4868 gives taxpayers until October 15 to file their 2020 tax return but does not grant an extension of time to pay taxes due. Taxpayers should pay their federal income tax due by May 17, 2021, to avoid interest and penalties.
The IRS urges taxpayers who are due a refund to file as soon as possible. Most tax refunds associated with e-filed returns are issued within 21 days.
This relief does not apply to estimated tax payments that are due on April 15, 2021. These payments are still due on April 15. Taxes must be paid as taxpayers earn or receive income during the year, either through withholding or estimated tax payments. In general, estimated tax payments are made quarterly to the IRS by people whose income isn't subject to income tax withholding, including self-employment income, interest, dividends, alimony or rental income. Most taxpayers automatically have their taxes withheld from their paychecks and submitted to the IRS by their employer.
State tax returns
The federal tax filing deadline postponement to May 17, 2021, only applies to individual federal income returns and tax (including tax on self-employment income) payments otherwise due April 15, 2021, not state tax payments or deposits or payments of any other type of federal tax. Taxpayers also will need to file income tax returns in 42 states plus the District of Columbia. State filing and payment deadlines vary and are not always the same as the federal filing deadline. The IRS urges taxpayers to check with their state tax agencies for those details.
Candidate filing deadline March 24th
The Town of Big Piney will hold their municipal elections on Tuesday, May 11, 2021. Polls will be open from 8AM to 7PM. There are two four-year Town Council seats open for election. The candidate filing deadline is 4PM on Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Applications can be picked up from the Town Clerk at Big Piney Town Hall. These are nonpartisan positions. Municipal officers must be qualified electors residing in the municipality.
Pinedale and Big Piney winners
Fisher Mills & Reece Woolwine (7th grade); Pinedale Middle School; Pinedale, WY "Oh Deer!"
1st Place Jr. Division Animal Science Category
Mini-Internship in Data Science hosted by WEST, Inc. and funded by WY EPSCoR
University of Wyoming Geological Museum Jr. Division Award
Emma York & Chelsea Wright (8th grade); Big Piney Middle School; Big Piney, WY
"The Effect of Drinking Liquids on Brine Shrimp"
Award Received: 2nd Place Jr. Division Animal Science Category
Kamia Runyan (7th grade); Big Piney Middle School; Big Piney, WY
"The Effect of the Full Moon Phases on the Night Time Activity in Dogs, Cats, and Horses Behavior"
Addalee Cunningham, Natylie Evans & Kaydence Guest
(7th grade); Big Piney Middle School; Big Piney, WY
"Genetic Effects on Fingerprints"
Award Received: 1st Place Jr. Division Biochemistry/Cellular & Molecular Biology Category
Decker Normington (7th grade); Pinedale Middle School; Pinedale, WY
Award Received: 3rd Place Jr. Division Biomedical & Health Category
Magdalena Jones & Catie Langlois (7th grade); Big Piney Middle School; Big Piney, WY "The Purpose of Eggs in Cookies"
Award Received: 3rd Place Jr. Division Chemistry Category
William Hibbert (8th grade); Big Piney Middle School; Big Piney, WY
"Engineering a Wind Splitter for Semi-truck Cargo Trailers to Reduce Sail Effects of High Crosswinds"
US Metric Association Award
2nd Place Jr. Division Engineering Category
Wyoming NASA SpaceGrant Special Award
American Institute for Aeronautics & Astronautics 2nd Place
Jr. Division Award
Tryzman Green (8th grade); Big Piney Middle School; Big Piney, WY
"The Effect of UV Sterilization on Cloth Mask Bacteria"
Award Received: 3rd Place Jr. Division Microbiology Category
Hays Espenscheid & Zeferino Zuniga (7th grade); Big Piney Middle School; Big Piney, WY "The Effect of Marinades on Bacteria Growth on Steak"
Award Received: UW Department of Mathematics & Statistics 3rd Place Jr. Division Award
Cael Espenscheid & Cole Walton (8th grade); Big Piney
Middle School; Big Piney, WY "How Much Does Water Quality Account for Grass Growth?: Creek Water vs Return Flow Water"
Lesair Environmental, Inc. Award
Laramie Rivers Conservation District Award
Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association 2nd Place Jr.
ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING – Western Wyoming Community College hosted Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) students, grades 6-12, who participated in the Southwest Regional Science Fair, Thursday, February 4, 2021.
The Fair is an opportunity for students to apply their STEM knowledge, engage in scientific thought, and gain new ideas and knowledge from peers and educators. Local STEM teachers dedicate much of their time to prepare their students for this educational opportunity.
The Regional Science Fair is an affiliate of Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), which is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. The categories, divisions, rules, and judging criteria of the Fair are in line with the Intel ISEF requirements.
This year, there were 25 participants, and 18 projects from the following schools: Big Piney Middle School, Jackson Hole Middle School, Pinedale Middle School, and Rawlins Middle School.
The results are as follows:
Cael Espencheid and Cole Walton from Big Piney Middle School. Their project was "How Much Does Water Quality Account for Grass Growth? Creek Water vs. Return Flow Water". They were also awarded a scholarship to Western Wyoming Community College.
Emily Donough from Rawlins Middle School. Her project was titled "Cultivating Mars". Donough was awarded a scholarship to Western Wyoming Community College.
1st place: Fisher Mills and Reece Woolwine (Pinedale Middle School) - "OH DEER!"
2nd place: Emma York and Chelsea Wright (Big Piney Middle School) - "The Effect of Unhealthy Liquids on Brine Shrimp"
Behavioral and Social Sciences:
1st place: Kamiah Runyan (Big Piney Middle School) - "The Effect of the Full Moon Phases on Night Time Activity on Dogs, Cats, and Horses Behavior"
Biochemistry/Cellular & Molecular Biology/Computational Biology & Bioinformatics
1st place: Kaydence Guest, Addalee Cunningham, and Natalie Evans (Big Piney Middle School) - "The Genetic Effects on Fingerprints"
Biomedical & Health Sciences/Biomedical Engineering/Translational Medical Sciences:
1st place: Tryzmen Green (Big Piney Middle School) - "The Effect of UV Sterilization on Cloth Mask Bacteria"
2nd place: Decker Normington (Pinedale Middle School) - "Mask O Wonder"
3rd place: Kelby Staley (Big Piney Middle School) - "The Effect of Natural Substances on Escherichia Coli (E.Coli)"
Earth & Environmental Sciences/Environmental Engineering:
1st place: Shane Keelin (Jackson Hole Middle School) - "Can Humidity be Raised Artificially to Combat Wildfires?"
Engineering Mechanics/Materials Science/Energy:
1st place: William Hibbert (Big Piney Middle School) - "Engineering a Wind Splinter for Semi-Truck Cargo Trailers to Help Reduce Sail Effects of High Crosswinds"
2nd place: Catie Langolis and Magdelena Jones (Big Piney Middle School) - "What is the Purpose of Eggs in Cookies?"
1st place: Sakiusa Meadow (Big Piney Middle School) - "The Effect of T4r Coliphangs on Colonies of Escherichia Coli (E.Coli)"
2nd place: Zeferino Zungia and Hays Espenscheid (Big Piney Middle School) - "The Effect of Marinades on Bacteria Growth on Steak"
1st place tie:
Cael Espencheid and Cole Walton (Big Piney Middle School) -
"How Much Does Water Quality Account for Grass Growth? Creek Water vs. Return Flow Water"
Emily Donough (Rawlins Middle School) - "Cultivating Mars"
2nd place: Kaleb Miller (Big Piney Middle School) - "Curing Tmv with LED Lights on Pinto Beans"
3rd place: Jolynn Jones (Big Piney Middle School) - "How does pH Affect Plant Growth?"
"Participating in the Southwest Regional Science Fair provides the opportunity for students to engage with the process of science in ways they may not otherwise experience. It promotes not only scientific literacy and inquiry, but also creativity, responsibility, self-confidence, organization and communication, both written and verbal," stated Katrina Marcos, Assistant Professor of Biology, and Southwest Regional Science Fair committee member.
The Regional Science Fair Committee consists of the following dedicated Western educators and employees, Katrina Marcos, Randy Goff, Katey Ellis, Josh Holmes, Jennifer Allen, and Cathy Ebert.
TATA Chemicals will donate monetary prizes to Big Piney Middle School and Rawlins Middle School to be used for promoting the STEM program at their educational facility. This is the fifth year TATA has donated to the Fair.
For more information regarding the Science Fair at Western, please contact Cathy Ebert at email@example.com.
With the spike in COVID cases throughout the nation, the possibility of surrounding facilities being unable to accept any out of state or out of county patients has become more of a reality. Today November 20th, 2020 the Sublette County Rural Health Care District received their first of two containers specially fabricated in Pinedale, WY by Enviremedial Services, Inc. These containers are essential to operations of the clinic and will be used to test, monitor, and treat (and if needed house) any COVID-19 positive, or possible COVID-19 positive patients. These containers are fully insulated, can house up to 3 patients in separate isolated rooms, all with their own negative pressure system, running water, and electricity.
Funding for these containers came from the State of Wyoming CARES Act. The first container has been installed at the Marbleton/Big Piney Clinic and should be ready for patient use before Thanksgiving weekend. The second container is expected to be installed at the Pinedale location before the new year.
The Sublette County Historic Preservation Board/Certified Local Government is beginning a survey project to document historic buildings in Big Piney and Marbleton. This is being done as one of the many Centennial projects over the next three years to highlight Sublette County history and shared heritage.
The Big Piney/Marbleton historic buildings survey will focus on all remaining buildings in the two towns that were constructed before 1940. This will help document the development of the two communities, identify any unique architecture, and provide a record of historic buildings before more are lost.
The landowners of the historic buildings will receive a letter in the mail soon requesting permission to allow researchers to visit and document the historic buildings on their property. The support of landowners is critical to documenting local area heritage. This is only a documentation project and in no way changes or hinders landowner’s property rights. Researchers will notify landowners before visiting their property.
Onsite recordation will focus on the outside of buildings, documenting and taking pictures of architectural features. Landowners will receive a copy of the site form with the information about the history of the buildings on their property.
The Historic Preservation Board-CLG is a government board appointed by the Sublette County Commissioners. Volunteer board members serve two-year terms. Funding for this project has been provided by the Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office and Sublette County. There will be no cost to the landowners.
For more information or any questions, contact any of the members of the Preservation Board, http://www.sublettewyo.com/200/Certified-Local-Government-CLG.
For more information on the Board, please visit www.sublette.com/preservation.
In a joint release issued on Tuesday (May 29, 2018), Sweetwater County Sheriff Mike Lowell and County Treasurer Robb Slaughter described the details of Wyoming statute concerning vehicle registration for non-residents working in the state.
"The Wyoming statute that addresses this issue," Slaughter said, "is W.S. 31-2-201 (j) and (k). It can be reviewed online at the State Legislature’s website at http://www.wyoleg.gov/StateStatutes/StatutesConstitution?tab=0 ."
Lowell and Slaughter outlined the statute as follows:
A non-resident who is employed in Wyoming, on either a temporary or full-time basis, and who is the owner or operator of a vehicle in Wyoming that is not a commercial vehicle must immediately obtain a valid Wyoming registration or purchase a temporary registration.
To obtain a temporary registration, their vehicle must display a valid registration from another jurisdiction and be properly insured. Application is made in person at the County Treasurer’s Office at the Sweetwater County Courthouse at 80 West Flaming Gorge Way in Green River. The fee for a temporary registration is $50.00 per month and cannot exceed 120 days per vehicle. If a worker is going to be employed in Wyoming for longer than 120 days, a regular Wyoming registration must be issued.
Those applying for a temporary registration will need to bring with them the following:
- The vehicle’s current, non-expired registration
- Proof of insurance
- Color of vehicle
- Payment for temporary registration in the form of cash, credit card, or debit card
Subsection (k) of the statute makes the following provisions for a commercial vehicle owner, a non-resident owner of a vehicle who is not employed in Wyoming, or any owner, upon transfer of ownership to, as an alternative to registration:
A 30-, 60-, or 90-day permit may be obtained in any 12 month period. The temporary permit begins on the date the owner enters Wyoming or on the date of purchase of the vehicle. The fees for a temporary permit are:
Up to 30 days - .10 X regular registration fee
Up to 60 days - .20 X regular registration fee
Up to 90 days - .30 X regular registration fee
Lowell and Slaughter noted that Wyoming has full reciprocity agreements with Idaho, New Mexico, Illinois, and Nebraska. Non-residents working in Wyoming who live in these states may run with their regular registration. If they take up residence in Wyoming, however, (by living here over 120 days, for instance), they must obtain Wyoming registration.
In addition, Wyoming has daily commuter reciprocity with Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Utah. Non-residents who live in these states and commute to work daily in Wyoming may run with their regular registration.
Lowell emphasized that Sweetwater County deputies are enforcing this statute, and will continue to do so.
Slaughter said those with questions may contact their County Clerk’s office.
Including Big Piney, Wyoming
Wyoming Public Radio posted an article today (Monday, January 15) about three towns that are fighting to claim the title of "Ice Box of the Nation.’ Those three towns are International Falls, Minnesota; Fraser, Colorado; and Big Piney, Wyoming. Each has had record cold recorded temperatures. Big Piney has reached -61F.
For more on this story, click on this link,Why Three Towns Are Fighting To Be The 'Ice Box Of The Nation' and then click on the audio link on the left hand side. Story by Kelly McEvers, All Things Considered, npr.org, Jan. 15, 2018
Big Piney Town Hall
PO Box 70
Big Piney, WY 83113
Marbleton Town Hall
10700 US 189
Marbleton, WY 83113
Flicks & Pins Entertainment Center
Open Sunday through Thursday from 3:00PM to 10:00PM
Friday & Saturday 3:00PM to Midnight
Phone 307-276-4062 for movie times
Big Piney Ranger District
Bridger-Teton National Forest
P.O. Box 218
Big Piney, WY, 83113
307-276-3375 or 276-5800/5200
Sublette County Courthouse
21 S Tyler, Pinedale, WY 82941
Big Piney Direct Line 307-276-3827
Marbleton Annex 307-276-3735
Pinedale Information: 307-367-7722
Sublette County Sheriff's Department
PO Box 701
Pinedale, WY 82941
Big Piney Post Office
401 Budd Avenue
Sublette County School District #9
Superintendent's Office: 307-276-3322
Big Piney High School: 307-276-3324
Big Piney Middle School: 307-276-3315
Big Piney Elementary School: 307-276-3313
Big Piney Pool: 307-276-9966
Southwest Sublette County Pioneers Senior Citizen Center
429 E First St, Marbleton, WY
P.O. Box 33
Big Piney, WY 83113
Phone: (307) 276-3249
Fax (307) 276-3249
Open 8:00am to 4:00pm
Lunch at 12:00 noon Tue. Wed. Thurs. (starting July 1, 2008)
Joan Mitchell / Director
Green River Valley Cowbelles
More Area Information:
Sublette County Chamber of Commerce (Pinedale)
307-367-2242 or 1-888-285-7282
BigPiney.com (Pinedale Online!)
307-360-7689 (days, evenings, weekends, after hours calls ok)
July - August
The Sublette County Fair is packed with entertainment and fun. There is something for everyone to enjoy.
One of the many highlights is the Lil' Buckaroo Rodeo. The audience holds their breath as these young cowboys and cowgirls try their hand at bronc riding. The evening ends with the youngest contestants competing in the stick horse barrel race. The greased pig contest is another favorite, the crowd roars with laughter watching the wave a kids overtaking the slimy critters.
Spend some time viewing the livestock shows and watch the participants as they receive their awards for a job well done. Enjoy the wonderful food which some how tastes more delicious in the atmosphere of the fair festivities. Finish the night off at the rodeos with many local cowboys and cowgirls participating in the fast paced events. Visit the Sublette County Fair web page to enjoy pictures from previous years fairs.
For more information visit - www.sublettecountyfair.com.
Open June through October
The Green River Valley Museum is located on the main street in Big Piney. Artifacts from prehistoric Indians, pioneers, homesteaders and other various groups that have settled this area are on display at the museum. Many of the items displayed at the museum were donated by local families. 'Hard Hats and Stetsons' is the annual fundraiser for the museum. The name of the fundraiser itself reflects how important the cattle and oil industry have been for this valley.
The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 12:00 Noon until 4:00 PM from June into October (opening date varies, so watch for announcements on the specific date each year). Admission is by donation. Special tours can be arranged by calling Museum Director Jeannie Lockwood at 307-276-3637.
For more information visit www.grvm.com
Chuckwagon Days takes place each year over the 4th of July holiday in Big Piney. There is a Lil' Buckaroo Rodeo, a parade down Big Piney's main street followed by a free BBQ at the Sublette County Fairgrounds, an afternoon rodeo, street dance and late evening fireworks (on the 4th).
The "Chuckwagon Chug" a 5k and 10k Walk/Run, will be held on July 4th, before the Big Piney Parade. Start/Finish is at the Big Piney High School parking lot. There will be prizes for top finishers and gift bags for all contestants.
More information about Chuckwagon Days can be found here: www.ChuckwagonDays.com
If you are looking for local lodging and places to stay in the Big Piney-Marbleton areas, be sure to check the Sublette County Chamber of Commerce website under lodging. Big Piney and Marbleton are located about 35 miles south of Pinedale, so look under motels, RV parks and campgrounds specific to our towns.
Bed & Breakfasts, Cabins, Motels, Guest Ranches, RV
The closest campgrounds are located on the Big Piney Ranger District of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. They offer two developed campgrounds and many opportunities for dispersed camping in the Wyoming Range west of Big Piney and Marbleton. The forest boundary is approximately 20 miles from local businesses and town services. For detailed information, contact the district office at 307-276-3375.
Sacajewea Campground Located 25 miles west of Big Piney. This campground has 26 sites, basic amenities, and is open June 15th through September 30th. The camping fee is $7.00 per site, per night. This campground has running water, an on-site host, and is well maintained. No electricity, showers or phone.
Middle Piney Lake Campground This is a primitive campground located further down the road from the Sacajewea Campground. This camp area is next to Middle Piney Lake and has 5 tent sites, tables and pit toilets. NO running water, electricity, showers or phone service. NO fees. Because of the narrow winding road to this campground, it is not recommended to take trailers to the lake site.
Forest Service Cabins Big Piney Ranger District offers two Forest Service work centers for rent for overnight stays. One is located at Snider Basin and the other in the Hoback. Contact the Big Piney office for more information on availability and fees.
NOTICE ABOUT BEARS: These campgrounds are in bear country. Both black bears and grizzly bears inhabit the Wyoming mountain range. Visitors are strongly encouraged to practice clean camping techniques and store attractants in a manner that makes them unavailable to bears. Bear-proof canisters are available for rent from the Big Piney Ranger District office. Bear-proof dumpsters are located at various locations at campgrounds and recreation areas on National Forest land.
There are practically unlimited opportunities for dispersed camping on the Bridger-Teton National Forest near Big Piney/Marbleton. The forest boundary is approximately 20 miles from town. Stay limit is 16 days in any one location. Campers should either bring their own water or boil water obtained from sources in the outdoors to avoid getting sick from organisms that live in lakes and streams. Do not drink untreated surface water. Dispersed camping is available along the Piney, Cottonwood and LaBarge Creek drainages.
Camping on BLM land
There are no developed campgrounds on BLM land near Big Piney or Marbleton, however there are many places for dispersed camping for those who are prepared to bring their own drinking water and camp without developed facilities. For more information, contact the Pinedale Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management in Pinedale.
Private RV Campgrounds
There are several private businesses that offer RV campsites for overnight and extended stays. Most have power, water and sewer hookups. Click here to our sister website, Pinedale Online, for info about private RV campgrounds and services.
Bridger-Teton National Forest/Big Piney Ranger District
Sublette County Chamber of Commerce
Big Piney, Wyoming, "Ice Box of the Nation"
Ice Box of the Nation
Big Piney is the oldest settlement in Sublette County, Wyoming and was named by Dan B. Budd for the Piney Creeks. In 1879, Daniel B. Budd and his partner Hugh McKay brought a thousand head of cattle from Nevada hoping to ship them at Point of Rocks, but winter caught up to them here in the Green River Valley. The following year Dan Budd moved his family here and that is how the settlement of this town began. Big Piney was called "Ice Box of the Nation" when it was officially made a weather station in 1930. Big Piney had the coldest year round average temperature of any place nationally.
It's a curiosity, considering most Wyoming towns are few and far between, that Big Piney and Marbleton would only be a mile apart. They have separate post offices and town governments. Big Piney was incorporated on July 5, 1913. In the early days there was a lot of drainage problems with the site on which Big Piney was built. So Charles Budd, eldest son to Dan B Budd had hope to build the town up on the bench to alleviate this problem. Charles did establish Marbleton on the bench, in late 1913, but it never replaced Big Piney. Any attempts to combine the two towns has been unsuccessful. The truth is people here kinda' like it that way. Both towns cooperate with each other, they have a common school. The citizens of these two towns take a lot of pride in the growth of their little metropolis over the past years and think the founders would be proud too. Both communities have thrived in the last several decades because of the oil and gas industry. In the 1980's Marbleton recieved it's own post office, because of the number of people moving to the area.
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May 10: Road work begins in Big Piney
The project begins in downtown Big Piney to begin milling operations. The work will impact access to numerous residences along WYO 350. WYDOT is asking motorists to plan accordingly, leave early and allow yourself plenty of time to reach your destination.
May 11: Town of Big Piney Municipal election
There are two four-year Council seats open. Applications can be picked up from the Town Clerk at Big Piney Town Hall. Filing deadline is 4PM March 24th. These are nonpartisan positions. Municipal officers must be qualified electors residing in the municipality. Polls open between 8AM to 7PM.
May 18: 3D Mobile Mammography Van in Marbleton
In the Marbleton Medical Clinic parking lot, 8am-1pm. Call now to schedule an appointment. 307-276-3306. Be sure to bring your insurance card and photo ID the day of your appointment.
June 1: Green River Valley Museum opens for the summer season
Open Tuesday through Saturday, 11AM-5PM, through October 15th. 206 N Front Street in Big Piney. Admission by donation. Open other times by appointment. www.grvm.com, 307-276-5343
June 18-20: Sublette County Rock Hounds Gem & Mineral Show 2021
9-5 on Friday and Saturday, 9-4 on Sunday at the Sublette County Fairgrounds.
July 4: Chuckwagon Days
In Big Piney & Marbleton. More details TBA.