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Page 3 The Sundance Times January 0, 201 i The Wyoming Army National Guard's 133rd Engineer Compa- ny, based in Laramie recently promoted 17 Soldiers. Among the soldiers promoted is Shannon Morris of Sundance, who was promoted to Private First Class and is a horizontal construction engineer. He has been a member of the Guard for one year. Swap: coo.o,om ooe, production will continue on the Moskee parcel with mature trees currently ready for harvest and long term harvest potential with rotations every 80 to 100 years." "The main consideration is our Trust Land Management Objec- tives," explains Reinhart. =We need to make decisions that are in the best interest of our Beneficiaries and it's better to have the Moskee land in exchange for the Warren Peak Section if the Bull Hill mine is developed? The Moskee land, which can be accessed from Grand Canyon Road, is currently used for grazing, recreation and hunting. Wyoming State Parks & Cultural Resources commented in its review of the exchange that, once the land sale is complete, the department will work with RER to keep the groomed snowmobile trail and two OHV access roads on the Warren Peak land open for recreationists. A preliminary analysis of the exchange was presented to the State Board of Land Commissioners on October 4, 2012 during a public board meeting. At that time, the Board approved a Resolution Ap- proving the Agreement to Initiate the Exchange with RER. The detailed analysis isnow available for public review on the website at lands.state.wy.us and the comment period is open until March 15, while the final Board consideration date is anticipated for April 11. =The public comment period will be a minimum of 60 days and comments can be submitted to the Office of State Lands and In- vestments at 122 West 25m Street, Cheyenne, WY 82002/says Reinhart. A public hearing will be held in Sundance. Peek at the Past I.o = Group i Eve ursday 9 a m. weigh= ii i;ii ~i~ii ;iii;!! ii i;ii!iil iii;i i;iiiiiiiii~iiiii!!!iii er/Tuesd and Thursday; 8 er,/a d !ab ana!ysis time web at 115 Years Ago scouts he climbed Inyan Kara, January 12, 1898 and on a rock near the sum- There will be a "ghost dance" mit, will be found the inscrip- at Beulah on Jan. 28, to which tion "Custer 1864" carved in everybody is invited, the rock on that occasion. The We are informed theA.O.U.W,forest service plans to build a Lodge will give a calico ball in barrier around the rock and Sundance on Feb. 22. construct a trail leading there- "Mike" Gladhaugh, one of to. Crook county's pioneers, has Bowling seems to be the main turned up with relatives atpastime here for the men and Latimore, N.D after an ab- also a number of the ladies. A sence of three years in Alaska. tournament has been started Not long ago =Mike sold oneamong the men with six teams of his claims in the Klondike in the running. country for $40,500. FOR SALE: Universal coun- Dr. Millerwent to Columbus ter checks, can be used on any Storm's near Hulett Sunday to bank. 25 cents per.Pad. Sun- attend Bid Storm, who was dance' Times office. ' very low. The young man is '50 Years Ago now getting along quite well. January I0, 1963 75 Years Ago The Crook County Hospital January 13, 1938 Board, at its recent January Two Sundance young people meeting, voted to thoroughly attending Spearfish Normal investigate the possibility of have been chosen by Mrs. adding a nursing wing to the Mable Ewing, head of the mu- present hospital building. sic department, as members Conrad Ellsbur the hold- of her glee club. Redell East over Crook County Commis- has been named a member of sioner, was named chairman the girl's glee club and Robert of the board by the county commissioners this week. He Schloredt has been selected a succeeds Merltt Barton who singer in the boy's group. Included in the plans for did not seek re-election. Ells- the Forest Service for this re- bury also replaced Barton on gion is one which provided for the county weKare board. the proper protection of theTerry Speidel, son of Mr. ;gingerbread E i!k Custer inscription on Inyan and Mrs. Ted Speidel, cel- Kara Mountain. When Gener- ebrated his 9th birthday at a reamy flee, osparagu c rro al Custer visited this county party held at his home Thurs- roi iodipeoroppie fi milk in 1864, in company with his day. Guest were Robin H/b- bard, Chuck Durfee, Kelly ]UJCe~ m i k : room gravy, baked cabbagei mandarin orange spinach Sala UW college [ " of Ag honors A Taste of Western TIMES extensmn A Tas! Cheeseburger Pie educator j Submitted by Opal Oudin serving NE,1 cup biscuit mix 2 Tbsp. biscuit mix I,% Cup cold water 1 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce .e " " cup chopped onion 2 eggs Wyoming cup chopped green pepper1 cup small curd cottage cheese 2 Tbsp. butter or margarine (drain excess liquid) % lb. lean ground beef 2 med. tomatoes, thinly sliced A UW Extension commu- tsp salt 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese nity development educator %tsp pepper serving northeast Wyoming has been honored by the University of Wyoming Col- lege of Agriculture and Nat- ural Resources. Bill Taylor, based in Weston County, received the Outstanding Educator Award at an awards and recognition program in De- cember in Laramie. Tay- lor also serves Campbell, Crook, Johnson and Sheri- dan counties. Award recipients receive $2,500. An anonymous do- nor established the award to recognize classroom and extension educators in the college. Nominations are peer reviewed by a commit- tee comprised of a dean's of- fice representative, an aca- demic department head and a previous award recipient. Newlin, Johnny and Jay Tenke and Susan and Mike Speidel. 25 Years Ago January 14, 1988 Sundance rancher Ran Wat- son has been elected chairman of Crook County Agricultural Stabilization and Conserva- tion Committee. Walt March- ant was named vice chairman and Mervin Peterson was elected as a regular member. The county committee is re- sponsible for the local admin- istration of government farm programs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beau- doin and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Butts, all of Sundance, have announced the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children, Angela Jeanne Beaudoin and J~m L. Butts. In a bowl, mix biscuit mix and cold water until a soft dough forms; boat vigorously for 20 strokes. Gently smooth dough into a ball on floured, cloth-covered board. Knead 5 times. Roll dough 2 inches larger than an inverted 9-inch deep dish pie plate. Ease into plate; flute edge if desired. In a skillet, saut6 onion and green pepper in butter until tender (do not brown). Remove and set aside, Brown ground beef in the same skillet; drain. Remove from heat; stir in onion and green pepper, sail pepper, biscuit mix and Worcestershire sauce. Spoon into crust; set aside. Mix eggs and cottage cheese; pour over beef mixture, Arrange tomato slices in circle on top; spdnkie with cheese. Bake at 375 for 30 minutes or until set. Crook County CatUeWomen Recipes Brought to you by: Turn the page for the soluflonl @ 2009 Hometown Content Medium Sponsored bY: Z05 EAST M~e STREET. SUNDANCE, WYOMING (307) 281-6111 THIS SPACE AVAILABLE - CALL 283-3411 FOR DETAILS Yard signs and Banners are available from the Times! Call or email us for details. ;undance Times 307-283-3411 news@sundancetimes.com The Sundance Times (USPS: 526-720) Copyright 2012 by Sundance Times, Inc. - Curtis and Linda Moberg, is published weekly at 311 Main Street, PO Box 400, Sundance WY 82729. 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