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The Sundance Times Page 6 January 10, 20 e e The Crook County Library System has a number of online resources available to our patrons through our state library network. These resources are available free-of-charge to all of our cardholders and may be ac- cessed on library computers, personal computers, and a variety of other digital devices. The newest addition to our list of resources is ZINIO DIGITAL MAGAZINES. Zinio is an unlimited simulta- neous use online newsstand, which is similar to that already in use by many who read their magazines in digital form. Over 50 magazines are available, includ- ing Consumer Reports, Family Circle, National Geo- graphic, and The Economist. The magazines may be viewed on a variety of devices (NOT the Nook tablets), or downloaded for offline reading. Digital magazines are full duplicates of their printed equivalents (including ads) - there may also be sup- plemental interactive materials beyond what printed magazines include. These bonus materials may include videos, links to websites, or extra photos. To start go to the library's website at will.state.wy.us/ crook, click on =Access Online Databases," then click on the =Zinio" icon. You will need your library card number and PIN to create a Recorded Books Digital account. You will then create an account with Zinio to manage your subscriptions. Next, install the Zinio reader on your computer or the Zinio app on your mo- bile device. If you have any questions or require as- sistance please contact your local library in Sundance, Moorcroft, or Hulett. This service is a statewide cooperative collection pro- vided through the Wyoming State Library. There are a growing collection of titles - if you would like to see a title that isn't on the current list, please make a sug- gestion to our library staff. own ( .( year Last year the snowpack readings for Wyoming, the state median was 104% with a low of 67% this year they are at 87% with a low of 23% for the state, but the Lower Platte River especially and Eastern Wyoming are in need of some moisture. Listed below are figures for the Bearlodge Mountains snow courses and other courses in the Black Hills. For more info go to: www.wrds.uwyo.edu/wrds / nrcs / nrcs.html Site Name N. Rapld Creek Elevation Radiology; Terrence Schwartz, Clinic PA. COMMUNITY MEMBERS PRESENT: None. CALL TO ORDER: Chair- man, Bruce Brown, called Black Hills Snow Course Readings Current Snow Depth (Inches) 2209 E. Cleveland Ave P.O. Box 40, Sundance, WY 82729 PHONE: 307"283-35OO For updates and current information, please qo to: mries due Jan. 14, 2013 for Snow Water Equlvalent (Inches) 30 Yr. Average Snow Water Equlvalent Phtte River Photography Show WY Visit www.Jackalope.org for details or call 307-358-Z950 That's the value you get when you take advantage of the Wyoming Press Association's "2x4" network. For $1,200 you can get an ad this size sent to all 45 Wyoming newspapers, reaching 177,857 subscribers. Since each newspaper sold is generally read by two or more people, your message actually reaches over 442;000 readers -- at a cost of less than one-tenth of a cent per reader[.* Contact your local newspaper to learn more about how you can join the list of advertisers who have successfully promoted their products and events through the "2x4" program. *Individual newspapers may reject an ad due to availability of space or o~er reasons. Last year Snow Water Equivalent Current Percent of 30 Year Average your cell # in the RT Regional phone Reasonable rates. Blind Park 6870' I 0" 1.7" 3.5" 2.8" 49% Cole Canyon 5870' 7" 1.1" 3.3" 2.2" 33% Ditch Creek 6,880' 5.9" 0.7" 1.7" 1.4" 41% Little Bear Run 6240' 6.2" 0.8" 1.7" 1.4" 47% Mallo 6,420' 11.1" 1.4" 2.9" 2.1" 48% 6250' 8" 1.6" 3.3" .3" 48% Submitted by Sherry L. Keyworth, NRCS, Sundance, WY, Field Office Crook County Medical Services District Board November 15, 2012 BOARD MEMBERS PRES- ENT: Bruce Brown, Chair- man; Kevin Moline, Secretary, Sandy Neiman, Treasurer; Kristie McNealy, Trustee. BOARD MEMBERS ABSENT: Connie Lindmier, Trustee. GUESTS: Glen Bryant, RCRH. ADMINISTRATION/STAFF PRESENT: Jan VanBeek, CEO; Steve Francis, Business Office Manager; Teri Ochocki, Business Office; Sam Hogue, HR; Laura Moller, HIM; Bruce Link, Dietary Manager; Amy Burr, Social Service Desig- nee/Activities; Audrey Finn, Purchasing; Marsha Erickson, the meeting to order at 2:30. An award was given to Freida Dent for 25 years of service to the Crook County Medical Services District by the Board of Trustees. OATH OF OFFICE: Kristie McNealy took the oath of of- i%e ELECTION OF OFFICERS: A motion was made by Kevin Moline and second by Sandy Neiman to elect Bruce Brown as Chairman of the Board. Motion carried. A motion was ~!!iiiii:~ii! i!~ I ~ ? ~ : /i ;i~ ~iii made by Sandy Neiman and second by Kristie McNealy to elect Kevin Moline as Secre- tary. Motion carried. A motion was made by Kevin Moline and second by Kristie McNealy to elect Sandy Neiman as Trea- surer. Motion carried. ADOPTION OF AGENDA: A request was made by Bruce Brown to add Strategic plan- ning to New Business. A re- quest was made by Kevin Mo- line to add Moorcroft Clinic bridge to Unfinished Busi- ness. A motion was made by Sandy Neiman and second by Kevin Moline. Motion carried. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: At the end of the minutes, a request was made to adjourn on the last line at 5:45 instead of returning to executive Ses- sion. With that change a mo- tion was made to by Kevin Moline and second by Sandy Neiman to approve the min- utes. Motion carried. DEPARTMENT HEAD RE- PORT: Audrey Finn explained what the purchasing depart- ment does and how Accounts Payable is looking. She ex- plained that purchasing is do- ing well A department meet- ings calendar was presented to the Board of Trustees so that they may attend meet- ings throughout the month of November. Laura Moiler also explained HIPAA to the Board of Trustees and gave them a handout to look over. A confi- dentiality form was signed by Bruce Brown, Kevin Moline, Sandy Neiman and Kristie McNealy. FINANCIAL REPORTS: Steve Francis explained the financial report. Steve talked about the Balance Sheet and explained that we are still waiting for the Audit to come back. Steve also reviewed the Statement of Revenue and Expenses and the Bearlodge Balance Sheet. BAD DEBT WRITE-OFFS: A request was made to write off $16,069.77 in uncompensat- ed care. A motion was made by Kevin Moline and second by Sandy Neirnan. Motion car- ried. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE: Steve explained that we are still working hard on getting our numbers down. COMPLIANCE REPORTS: Risk and Safety: Reports were presented. QAPI: Reports were presented. Resident Council: Reports were presented. CLAIMS PAID: Payroll: It is presented that the amount for payroll in the month of Octo- counts payable is $339,432.93 from check numbers 36703- 36863. A motion was made by Kevin Moline and second by Sandy Neiman. Motion car- fled. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Marsha Erickson spoke about the X-Ray machine in Hulett and about the MRI mobile that was here on November 14, 2012 in which we had 4 patients. The Moorcroft Clinic Bridge was spoke about. NEW BUSINESS: The Lon- gevity Award Policy was pre- sented and discussed. A motion was made by Kevin Moline and second by Sandy Neiman to approve. Kevin Mo- line withdrew his motion. All ayes were cast except for a nay by Kevin Moline. Motion car- ried. Bank account signature cards will have the following signers: Bruce Brown, Kevin Moline, Sandy Neiman, Kris- tie McNealy, Connie Lindmier, JanVanBeek, Steve Francis and Sandra Hogue and will include the following banks: Sundance State Bank, Pin- nacle Bank and Summit Bank for all bank accounts. New em- ber was $316,975.78. A m0' ployee tion was made by Sandy Nei- man and second by Kristie McNealy to approve payroll. Motion carried. Accounts Payable: The amount presented for ac- An e-subscription to the is just Call 307-283 -3411 or emai news@sundancetimes.com for details. WANT BOTH? For just $35 you can get the electronic AND still have the printed edition mailed (U.S. address) digita i.s u ndanc e times, c om N]KTWOR K, mllgMm Im~tlg Call for currant promotions. Prime Entertainment Communications 605-892-4565 11013 US Hwy. 212, Belle Fourche, SD discussed. It was presented to the Board to go with Montana Health Network for a Health Savings Account. HSA plan 1 if under 20 employees and HSA plan 4 if over 20 employ- ees with a $200,00 monthly contribution toward each em- ployees HSA premium and $100.00 will be applied into each employees HSA account and Sundance State Bank will provide us with these savings account. A motion was made by Sandy Neiman and second by Kevin Moline to approve the HSA. Bruce Brown will meet with Glen Bryant about strate- gic planning about where the facility is headed. Glen Bryant spoke about planning a retreat for the Board Members on De- cember 13th at the Journey Museum in Rapid City. COMMITTEE REPORTS: Policies and Procedures will be approved at the next board meeting. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS: JanVanBeek presented the Board Education packet. Glen Bryant is working on surveys for past employees and will have something to present at the next Board meeting. NEXT MEETING: December 20 at 2:30 p.m. 5:02 p.m. - A motion was made by Kevin Moline and second by Sandy Neiman to adjourn regular session and move into executive session. Motion carried. 5:56 p.m. - Sandy made mo- tion, Kevin Seconded to come out of executive session. Mo- tion passed 5:57 p.m. - Sandy made mo- tion to adjourn, Kevin second- ed. Motion passed. Submitted by Recording Secretary Teri Ochocki as approved by Board of Trustees ,Secretary Kevin Nloline