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ii Page 7 The Sundance Times January I0, 201 e ee e kerlcan e music, e e conce BY FI NClE GANJE such as O Susanna and Sweet Betsy From Pike, two of the Traditional folk music duo Curtis & Loretta present American most popular songs heard as early-day adventurers headed Heritage in Song, a delightfully entertaining and educational across the country in wagon trains to settle the West. In songs concert, Thursday, January 17. Dressed in period 1800s, the such as IRide an Old Paint, the duo shines a light on the char- duo makes history come alive with their seamless harmonies acter and fortitude of the West's cowboy. and vintage, stringed instruments including banjo, celeste (a Between songs, Curtis & Loretta's engaging stage presence charming antique keyboard that plays bells), folk harp, man- shines through with stories and commentary on the history of docello, harmonica, and guitar, for the show opening at 7 p.m. the songs and their importance to understanding the cultures at the High Plains Westem Heritage Center in Spearfish. of the time. There are songs of cowboys, pioneers, settlers, The Heritage of the farmers, The Farmer is American West Perfor- the Man, bandits Jesse mance Series presents James, and even Lin- the National Public Ra- coin's campaign song, dio performers in its Lincoln and Liberty. annual Cabin Fever It's a sweeping tapes- Party event. The award try of life and times 150 winning entertainers years ago with topical have shared the stage threads that remain rel- with such folk legends evant today. Supported as Judy Collins, Pete by the Western Per- Seeger, Holly Near and forming Arts that books Arlo Guthrie. As part of professional artists who the South Dakota Arts also contribute their Council Touring Artists, talent and knowledge to the show presents a his- youth programs in vari- torical perspective in ous ways, the duo opens song. the show at 7 p.m. Tick- "This is amazing mate- ets include admission rial, performed in true to the Museum. Show American Folk fashion," goers are encouraged says Francie Ganje with South Dakota Arts Council Touring Artists Curtis & Loretta are a hus- to tour its collection of the Heritage Series. band/wife performing duo. Masters of American Folk music, instru- vintage instruments "From outlaws likee Jes- ments, and history, they will perform at the Heritage of the American and entertainment se James, to President West Performance Series annual Cabin Fever Party, Thursday, Janu- memorabilia, including Lincoln's personal phy- ary 17 at the High Plains Western Heritage Center, Spearfish. ukuleles, pump organs, sician who would later player pianos, and rare become a Dakota Terri- event and movie posters. toriai Governor - the intertwining of outstanding Vocals, hat- Find more information on the Heritage of the American West monies, instrumentation, and actual history - mesmerizes." Performance Series on Facebook, Twitter, TravelSD and at the The show list is made up entirely of songs that AmericanCenter for Western and Cowboy Poetry at www.CowboyPoetry. cowboys, pioneers, and settlers sang during the mid to late corn 19th century. The spirit of the West is celebrated with songs For more information and tickets, call 605-642-9378. e coo The Public Notices section of this newspaper is your source ation on your local government meetings, proposed ordinances, bids, foreclosures, abandoned vehicle sales and many other legal matters of which you need to be informed. Circuit Court Speeding - Nathan David Huffman, SD, 82/75, $90; John W. Lutz, IL, 87/75, $125; Patricia B. Kurz, SD, 85/75, $110; Cassie G. Merrill, SD, 89/75, $145; Britt Edward Fletcher, Sundance, 43/30, $70; Beau Tyrel Peterson, Sheridan, 84/75, $100; Tara Lynn Johnson, MT, 54/45, $65; William J. Mey- er, OH, 86/75, $115; Braiden Jay Murdoch, MT, 76/65, $78; Tarl Lee Sitzman, SD, 106/75, $235, Tony D. Garhart, Upton, 70/65, $15; Peter E. Waldner, Canada, 85/75, $110; Edward John Castaneda, CO, 89/75, $145; Nicholas S.C. Allen, WI, 85/75, $110; Andrew S. Terhune, CO, 95/75, $230; Rachel L. Berg, SD, 87/75, $120; Robert James Littlefield, NE, 85/75, $100; Emily Lauderback, WA, 84/75, $105 Drive While License Cancelled, Suspended or Revoked - Charles Dean Winfrey, Gillette, $410; Jeremiah Nystrom Clem- ent, CT, $415 No Seat Belt (driver) - Caleb D. Gardner, ND, $25; Scott Christopher Drown, Moorcroft, $25; {passenger over 12) - Kristin R. Louviere, Gillette, $15 Prohibited Parking on Roadway Side of Stopped Vehicle - Randy Gregory, Gillette, $70 Turning Signal, Safety Violation - Caleb D. Gardner, ND, $75 No Vehicle Registration - Donald W. Jorgensen, CO, $1 15 No Valid Driver's License - Martin E. Westerlink, CA, $121 Operate Without Permission, Permit (daytime) - Randy D. James, ND, $110; Jason P. Gruenhof, CO, $110 Violate Permit Conditions (nighttime) - Trey E.H. Linke, CO, $215 Violate Legal Weight {2001-4000) - Christopher L. Cohron, TX, $105 Driver Fail to Retain Previous 7 Days' Logs - Trevor C. Col- lett, UT, $160 False Report of Driver's Record of Duty Status - Dale A. Southwick, Bar Nunn, $160 Sheriff's Dispatch Blotter Dec. 31 - One VIN check. One traffic stop. Deputy responded to a burglary alarm in Hulett. Deputies investigated a report of shots fired; turned out to be fireworks. Jan. I - One paper service. Motorist assist. Deputies investi- gated two accidents. Jan. 2 - Two VIN checks. One paper service. Deputies con- ducted a welfare check. Deputy did an address verification. Deputy investigated an animal-complaint. Jan. 3 - One VIN check. Four traffic stops. Deputy investi- gated an animal complaint. Detention Officer did fingerprinting for outside employment. Jan. 4 - Two VIN checks. Jan. 5 - Three paper services. Motorist assist. Jan. 6 - One paper service. Deputy responded to a fire call. Inmate Census - Three males. Zero females. : : :': BID :' ' ' and a payment bond each in:the : : -- :. West. 6th P.M. ; amount of one hundred percent Disadvantaged Busness Enterprises INVITATION TO BID (100%) of the bid. Facsimile (fax) are encouraged to bid. Section 2: S/2 NE/4, NE/4 or other copies of bonds are not SE/4, SE/4 SE/4 Notice is hereby given that the acceptable, nor are certified CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING City of Sundance (City), Wyoming cashier's checks which have an By: Kathy Lenz, Clerk Treasurer Section 10: SW/4SW/4, N/2 will receive sealed bids for the expiration date of less than one Attest: Larry Schommer, Public SW/4, NW/4SE/4 furnishing of all labor, materials, year. NO BID WILL BE CONSIDERED Works Director and approving use of Thompson tools, appliances, transportation, IF NOT ACCOMPANIED BY SUCH Creek Unit No. 142 well located in and services necessary tor: BOND, CERTIFIED OR CASHIER'SPublish:January 10and 17, 2013 the NE/4 SE/4 of Section 2, Township CHECK OR BANK DRAFT, OR IF 57North, Range 67 West, 6th P.M. for Construction of a new chlorination NOT IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE,injection; all in the Thompson Creek building near the City's existing PROVISIONS OF SECTION 15-1-113, Field, Crook County, Wyoming; and Sundance Well No. 6 located W.S. 1977. OIL AND GAS to take whatever other action the .west of town and east off of Commission deems appropriate. County Road 208. Construction A complete set of Project Manual COMMISSION Any Interested firm, person, or will include a new concrete block and Plans may be viewed or corporation Is entitled to appear building with an add alternative obtained after January 13, 2013 by BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS at the time and place aforesaid to for a steel building, site grading, one of two methods: CONSERVATION COMMISSION be heard by the Commlsslon, and industrial fence and gate I) Paper Copies: at the CityOFTHE STATE OF WYOMING the application may be inspected installation, waterline and gate of Sundance City Hall, valve installation, interior waterline attn: Larry Schommer, 213 The following matter(s) will come in the office of the undersigned, piping, water meter, and gas Main Street, P.O.Box 542, before this Commission on Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation chlorination equipment installation, Sundance, Wyoming 82729 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11 2013, at Commission, Basko Building, 2211 and electrical improvements; upon receipt of one hundred 1:30 P.M or as soon thereafter as Klng Boulevard, Casper, Wyomlng. dollars ($100) for each set of the matter(s) may be heard, or Ifthereareanyprotestslntheabove documents required. Checks between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and matter, please make such known to shall be made out to Trihydro 5:00 P.M. on any of the subsequent the State O11 and Gas Supervisor at Corporation. This deposit isdays during which the Commission least ten (10) working days before NON-REFUNDABLE. remains In session at the office of the hearing. Pursuant to Chapter 2) Electronic Copies: email the State Oil and Gas Supervisor, 5, Section 12 Of the Wyoming O11 Karla Greaser at kgreaser@ 2211 King Boulevard, Casper,and Gas Conservation Commission trihydro.com for an electronic Wyoming. Rules & Regulations, the written PDF version of the Project Cause No. 6, Order No: I, DOCKET protest must state the grounds of Manual and Plans. Original NO. 44-2013, brought on the the protest andlncludelnformation CADD and WORD files will not application of Signal Hill Company, and evidence to demonstrate that: be distributed. Cost for this LLC, for an order from the (A) Theprotestantlsa party entitled method is free. Commission under the rules and to notice or relief under Wyo. Stat. regulations of the Underground Ann. 30-5-101 through 30-5-410; Injection Control Program (B) The protestant seeks a remedy amending and supplementing that Is within the Jurisdiction and prior orders of the Commission by authority of the Commlsslon. granting aquifer exemptions for the No action shall be taken on an Muddy Formation in the Thompson objection or protest that Is not Creek Field and Thompson timely filed. Creek (Recluse Member/Muddy Formation) Unit by adding the following described lands to the aquifer exemption(s) previously ordered in Dockets 393-2000, 617-2003, 371-2004, 224-2007, 89- 2009, and 10-2010 for the Muddy Formation in the Thompson Creek Field area, to-wit: as called for in the Project Manual for the CITY OF SUNDANCE WELL NO. 6 CHLORINATION FACILITY at City Hall, 213 Main Street, P.O. Box 542, Sundance, Wyoming 82729 until 2:00 P.M. Local Time, on the 29th day of January 2013, at which time the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. All bids must be furnished on forms supplied in the Project Manual. Sealed envelopes containing bids shall be clearly marked with the Contract Documents may be project title and shall show the examined at the following name and address of the Bidder. locations: Bids which are not prepared and filed in accordance with the City of Sundance, City Hall - Instructions to Bidders may be 213 Main Street, Sundance, WY rejected. The City reserves the 82729 right to reject any and all bids and the right to waive irregularities in A pre-bid conference and tour will bids received, be held at 10:00 A.M. on the 22nd day of January, 2013, at the City Each bid must be accompanied of Sundance City Hall, 213 Main by a bid bondwith sufficient surety, Street, Sundance, Wyoming, at or a certified check or cashier's which attendance by Bidders is check, or bank draft of a reputable mandatory. bank, for not less than five percent Preference is hereby given to (5%) of the total amount of such bid, materials, supplies, equipment, payable to, and to be forfeited to, machinery and provisions the City of Sundance as liquidated produced, manufactured, supplied damages if bidder fails to enter into or grown in Wyoming, quality contract within fifteen (15) days being equal to articles offered after award to him, or fails, at the by competitors outside the State, time of executing the agreement, as provided in W.S. 16-6-101 to furnish a performance bond through 16-6-119. There N WORK SESSION will be a Crook County School District #1 work Monday, January 14, 2013 6 PM Central Office session: Publish: Board of Trustees CrookCounty School District Tracy Jones, Chairman Week of January 7, 2013 DATED this 4th day of January 2013. WYOMING OIL & GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION /s/ Robert A. King, Interim Secretary Publish: January 10, 2013 Township .57 North, Range 67 DOG LICENSE TAGS FOR 2013 ARE NOW DUE. Males-S10.00 Females-S10.00 Neutered Males-S5.00 Spayed Females-S5.00 All dogs over three months are eligible for license. A valid rabies shot certificate is required. Licenses can be obtained at City Hall. CITY OF SUNDANCE 213 Main St. 283-3451 283.1355 4th & Cleveland, Sundance Congratulations from Tracy Motors to all of our coloring contest winners: Asa Pixley age 4, Kori Cox age 5, Gavin Mollenbrink age 7, Briska Johnson age 8, and Nevada Gill age 9. Each child received a prize to keep their creative juices flowing. Thank you to all of our participants. They all did a great job! valspar Dakota Lumber Co. N. Hwy 86, Belle Fourche SD 605/892-4041 A [~!~" AII C i I~/ In accordance with Ordinance 2, 20 / Prior to the time of initiating any work within the corporate u boundaries of the City of Sundance all Contractors shall apply for a license issued by the City of Sundance. All contractors shall provide in their license application: 1. a minimum of (3) references 2. generally state the contractor's qualifications to perform the work contracted for; and 3. proof of current contractor's liability insurance with cover- age in an amount not less than $500,000 per incident. 4. a fee is required for this license, renewal fee must be paid by March 1 (2013 licenses expire December 31,2013) CITY OF SUNDANCE 213 Main Street 283-3451