"We want to have our volunteer firefighters provide the public fireworks displays each year.This allows us to focus our efforts in the communities and minimize the potential for additional fire incidents in other areas of the county," explained Cooper.Pinedales display begins at PM at the baseball fields and Big Piney/Marbletons display begins at PM at the Marbleton Hill.

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Resolution 88-183T was adopted to prohibit the possession, storage, sale, and discharge of fireworks in Sublette County.

Fire Chief, Shad Cooper explained, "The resolution was adopted as a matter of public safety to protect citizens and their property.

The fireworks ban has been in place for many years in Sublette County and it includes all private, state, and federal lands."Residents are encouraged to attend the public fireworks displays hosted by Sublette County Unified Fire along with the towns of Pinedale and Big Piney/Marbleton on July Fourth.

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20 4th annual Fly-In and Car Show August 20 Real Estate scam alert Fireworks illegal in Sublette County year-round FAA warning about drones and wildfires Local Contact Numbers Sublette County Fair Green River Valley Museum Chuckwagon Days July 3rd & 4th in Big Piney Local Lodging Camping near Big Piney & Marbleton Big Piney & Marbleton Come meet the candidates and talk to them one on one!

All candidates running for Sublette County Commissioner, State Senator District 14, or State Representative District 20 have been invited to participate in a Meet & Greet on Tuesday, July 26, at the Senior Center in Marbleton, from 6-8 pm. For more information call 307-276-4022 or visit the Big Piney Airport Facebook page.Sponsored by the Southwest Sublette County Pioneers Senior Citizen Center. Today (Thursday, June 30th) the Sublette County Sheriffs Office received reports of an attempted email fraud.Town of La Barge Community Picnic will be at the town park on Saturday, August 20th, starting at 11 a.m. The person will attempt to push for financial information or encourage wire transfer transactions related to real estate.Hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, and drinks will be provided. There will be a Waterslide for the kids, tournaments for volleyball, basketball, and cornhole. For more information, please call Diane at 307-386-2504 or Jenny at 307-388-0198. They are hacking for emails related to real estate transactions then using the contact info.The 4th annual Fly-In and Car Show will be held on Saturday, August 20th. We want to caution the public that if they are involved with real estate business they do so via mail or in person, especially with financial transactions to avoid issues.If you receive a suspicious email dont hesitate to contact us (307-367-4378).