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PAGE 2 THE SUNDANCE TIME.~ JANUARY 30, 1997 ............. i ziil i !il ii iiii i ii i! i ii i! iii i i i ! THE SUNDANCE TIMES 311 Main, P.O. Box 400, 8undance, WY 82729 Telephone 307-283-3411 Continuing The Crook County News Publication #USPC 526-720 Periodicals Postage Paid at Sundance,Wyomlng 82729 Entered as Periodicals In the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance Times Is a legal newspaper for all publications Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 Published Every Thursday by THE 8UNDANCE TIMES, INC. Howard Allen, Publisher Deanna Ericsson, Typesetter NOTE: If changing address, please include former address. Also give zip code, box or street address. PO~R: Send address changes to The Sundance Times, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, Wyoming 82729 SUBSCRIPTION RATES To P.O. Addresses in Sundance, Crook, Weston and Campbell counties, Wyo., and Butte and Lawrence counties, S.D. and Carter county, Mont., $15.00 per year. To all other addresses except overseas, $17.50 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months - $9.50 POSTAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT SUBSCRIPTIONS BE PAID IN ADVANCE DEADLINE: 5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TO BE INSERTED WANT AD RATES: 20c per word each insertion to be paid in advance. MINIMUM CASH INSERTION MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per column inch CARD OF THANKS EXTRA LONG CARD OF THANKS $9.00( PUBLISHER'S NOTE: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination". The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings advertising in this newspaper are( available on an equal opportunity basis. Dear Editor, Winston Churchill once said that 'We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give." Eleven people will make their lives richer and their communities a better place to live when they complete their Emergency Medicine Technician course on Tuesday (Jan. 28th). They have spent 168 hours in training over the past four months. That's an impressive amount of work and this is Just the beginning of their commitment. Soon they willbeJoinlag the volunteer ambulance services in their communities and the real work will begin. I would like to take this moment to recognize their accomplishment. I have enjoyed teaching them and look forward to working with them. Our new EMT's are listed below: From Sundance: Carl Black, Guy Olson, Amy Love, Tom Richter, Jeff Moberg, Julie Pellet and Pete Hlavka. From Moorcro Kellie Perkins. From Gillette: Rowdy Helser, Erin Clark and Debby Sehweltzer. Abig thanks also goes to the instructors for the course including Jerry Solyat MSW, Roxanne Peters R.N., DarlaWatson ILN., Brian Morehouse EMT, Becky Male EMT, Lowell Amiotte EMT (course coordinator}, Pat Mollenbrink EMT, Jell Vfllano M.D., and Robert Martino M.D. Bryan Morehouse has left us to pursue a college degree. We'll miss Bryan, he was always there with a ready smile and a helping hand when we needed him. Our best wishes go with him. Tom Rlchards, M.D. EMS Director, Crook County Sunday School - 9:30 CHURCHES m,t kptlst Church 10th and Cleveland Pastor Nathan McNaUy a.m. Worship Service - 10:30 a.rrL Church of Christ 123 Edna Minister - Marvin Maasey Bible Study - I0:00 a.m. Worship - I I:00 a.m. EvenlngWorship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study - 6:00 p.m. Chapel of Faith 116 S. 3rd Pastor Joe Hearn Sunday School - 9;30 a,m. Worship - 10:30 a.m. Wednesday - 6:30 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. Royal Rangers for boys and Missionettes for girls. United Methodist Church 3rd and Ryan Pastor Scott Danlels Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Worship Service I0:30 a.m. Handicap acces- sible. Mt. Calvin7 Lutheran Church 4th and Ryan Pastor Richard Keuck Worship -8:45 a.m. Sunday School - I0:00 a.m. Wesleyan Church Bud E. Baty West Highway 14 Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.; Morning Worship Bible study - 7:00 p.m. - 10:30 a.m.; Wednesday Church of the Good Shepherd Miuion-Episespai Rev. Ben Wright 602 Main Adult Sunday School 8:30 a.m., Sunday Worship & Youth Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Thursday Eucharist/Healing 5:30 p.m. Contact Senior Warden, Rose ZeIla Proctor, 283-3695, or Junior Warden Harold Bernd, 283-3378 for more information. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 8alnts Lee Street Sacrament Meeting - 9:00 a.m. Sunday School - I0:00 a.m. Meeting and Relief Society - I l:O0 a.m. Priesthood Sabbath School Seventh-Day A~Iventlst Church Thompson and 4th Pastor Paul Verclo Ph. 1-307-682-8268 2:00 p.m., Worship Service 3:00 p.m, St. Paul's Cathollc Church 805 Oak, Sundance Sister Frances Schaf, O.S.U. Ph. 283-2383 Sunday Mass - I0:30 a.m. Crook County Nursing Home Church services are held at I0:00 a.m. each Friday. turns holding services. Local ministers take i: > In the above photo, Duane Gilbert, Pine Bluffs,for Eastern Wyoming College for four years and WY, is demonstrating the right way to perform he has been doing horseshoeing for about eight one of the stepl in shoeing a horse. His eleven years. students are taking the class using real hoofs This is one of the classes available this semcs- which provide practice without the danger of tcr from the Adult Education Department in working on a live horse. Sundance. Gilbert said that he has been teaching the class by Mary Jean Wilson One of those being heard on the would like to see it defeated. It A wide variety of bills moved floor is HB 185. This bill would passed two readings last week. through the leglslative process thls allow the Game and Fish to remove HB 112 which would seta maxi- raise the floor for advertising[ for municipalities: HB 68 raise the floor for advertising| for irrigation districts; HB 12' provide for "electronic" records and Archives; HB 27 solidated Funds Act. HB 26 and HB 12 were all 81 would cut the re of publications of local and department heads from two to one time and reporting requirements. Some of the other bills consldered by the clude SF 112, a bill to liquor-filled candies from niLion of alcoholic 36, a bill to regulate carts on public streets; SF 87,~ that would repeal the school trustee residence open elections to the entire trict; HB 225 would review of all new rules and lations of state agencies; would increase the Patrol; HB 145 would municipalities to J certainStatus offences; SF 81 tighten the restrictions on auto insurance; do with Juvenile Justice CHINS designation are Hi3 and SF 62; HB 127 suit to be brought who "defames or disparages" cultural products. HB 216 was indefinitely poned. It would overhaul state regulations for five partments using a "risk ment". SF 91, an open bill had no penalties and redrafted. The mittee voted to provide $61 torun the state through Junel past week In the Wyoming House any antlerless elk suspected of mum of.02 blood alcohol level for Out of that $41.7 million and Senate. Some are still in having brucellosis from pxlvate any minor caught driving under used to build a new prls~ committee and some have made it property. The Wyoming Wildlife the influence. It passed the first Rawllns; $24 million in fdi to their respective floors, federations says it is too vague andreading in the House lastweek. HB funds will go to specific prog~ 147 designed to limit the power of $4.7 million will go to thel~ state agencies, passed its first schools for one year;, $3.4 Ilm reading. SF 56, a bill concerned will be used for mental with charter schools, passed its serv,ces; $2. I million will go~| second reading last Wednesday. administratlonbuildingatthq rives considered by the NPS. Public comments on the Devils Tower National Monument sewage system upgrade plan will be ac- cepted through February 24, 1997. Anyone who would like a copy of the plan may call the park at 307- 467-5283 or write to: Superinten- dent, Devils Tower National Monument, P.O. Box 10, Devils Tower, WY 82714. CITY COURT Todd M. Risa, Clarkfield, MN, Disorderly Conduct, $160.00. the Crook County Detention Cen- ter at 8 a.m. January 24, 1997 to await transportation to the Wyo- ming State Penltentiary where he will serve a sentence of not less than five years nor more than twelve years. Compton was convicted on No- vember 9, 1994 of Attempted First Degree Sexual Assault for his early morning attack in March of 1994 upon a sleeping resident of that small community. Compton's sentence has been stayed pending his unsuccessful appeal to the Wyoming Supreme Court. Compton's conviction resulted from an extensive investigation by William Sipe, CrookCounty Deputy Sheriff. a paycheck or conservative about gittin' a man up early." l~.rh ~,w~l~nr tMucrd to $,mL~.& Phone 283-1074 t S heel at Worl d; $ millld~lllm SF3, the open meeting bill, was c an 2 II passed by the Senate and has now Do on e telmmm sslble over-runs th The Sundance Area Chamber of 1996 and plans to renew in 1997. gone to the House. HB 23, which tlon of the Barrett Buitil~D~| Commerce met at Hlgbee's Cafe at The permit Is for the use of all would raise the fee going to the $736,000forcostover_runst~ova noon on Tuesday, January 21, chamber members with the excep- venders of Game and Flshlicenses, new state laboratory in ~ - "Y 1997. tionofnon-votingmembershlps.A has passed the House and has $363,788 to reimburse Loq~x Carol Standen, Employment Re- motion was made, seconded and gone to the Senate. costs incurred in prison pla/i~ sources, Gillette, stated that Su- passed unanimously that the per- A number of bills are either in $400,000 for adult home san Blgelow would llke to attend a mlt stamp be located at Security committee or had lust been ap- care;$211,282toextend~~ meeting soon. Susan represents Insurance with a current mem- proved by committee as el rest public radio broadcast to Pi1~[ 2@] NEW Ec. Dev. Coalition. Debble bershlp list and be checked in and Wednesday. HB 94 would ban the nn,,al~ Th,,rmnr~li~ ~nd p~"fii~ Wyatt will contact Susan and out for a maximum period of two honoring of same-sex marriages .~'_~..-~ ............ r ...... 1 confirm her attendance at the working days. The paperwork will from other states: HB 46 would U~CmenUoned last week, ~k M~Ireh 18 meeting,' '. have to be sign6d by an office'r of reduce the penalties for exceeding w~shlna in aet more- .- -. -----~d~in dee ~[~Y It was suggested that promotion the Chamberandthepaperwork the speed llmlt by flve mph or less: ma~on~'o~a~v'o~tl~esei~-gi1~m moneybespenttoadvertlseevents will be given to the userwhen the HB 57 would set up a DNA reglstry =~,,,m~ ~h~ l~hrarv has cO~ on a radio station monthly. Fol-stamp has been returned to the ~L.7,-'--~ -'-- -'~ lowing discussion, the idea was Security Insurance office. tabled until February. The next Chamber meeting will Dlscusslonfollowedregardlngthe be held at noon on,Tuesday, Feb- AIR FARE WAR bulk mailing permit that the ruary 18atHlgbees Care. Chamber purchased in March, Travel through June 11, 1997 on Norwest Airlln. Two men arraigned United Airlines does not have an ending travel Devils Tower will on hunting violations Saturday night stay required, i accept comments Blackout dates do apply, i Two South Dakota men were at- Tickets must be purchased by February 4, 19g p The National Park Service (NPS) raigned in District Court in Sun- is acceptingpubllccommentona dance on January g, 1997before A D 1 Travel proposed upgrade of the waste- District Judge Dan R. Price II on call water disposal system at Devils hunting violations. ~'m~' ,,.o ,~o,, =... .,_,..,,_ ~ t Tower National Monument. The derald M. Hurd, Hermosa, SD, 1,347 acre park receives aboutpleaded not guilty to five counts of ] 450,000 visitors annually. Thehuntingwithoutalicenseandthree existing sewage leach line system counts of destruction ofblg game, COW POKES By Ace Rei serving the Vlsltor Center area Is all mlsdemeanors. ~?~,, inadequateforhandlingthecurrent Wallace B. Lyons, Nisland, SD, use level or future increases, pleaded not guilty to eight counts Several alternative solutions to of being an accessory before or the wastewater disposal problem afterthefacttohuntingviolations, I ~~ .... \ -[ "-h are explored in the plan. The pro- also a misdemeanor. posed solution of the NPS Is to The charges against the two men ] j, ~, , I ----~-] ! abandon the old system and de-stem from incldents that took place /,' .... ~)'~i' ~III]L~'~'II~-~I'u~:~II~ILJ'"J~JL velopanewseptictankthatwould in November, 1996. On November 1 ...... be drained by a leachfleld one mile 8 Hurd is charged with taking two I ~i' to the south in alluvial sand and anflereddeer. OnNovember9hels , / !I i !I/I i gravel, charged with taking three more I ~ ;',t ~'_.!i IL.J'3, tl= ~,~ ~,a~ o~e~a ,on, ,o~m ~o,u an~ ~t, ~o ~e~t~c.o~ or ~e o, ~. ~'---~ ;. ~ .... ~ m tion with room for future expan- the anlmaLs. Lyons Is charged with I I0 U.$~ slon. AS designed, the new system aiding In the violations. [ " ' ~'r ~ "~i~? ~ i~ ~} ~'~1 t17~ --?? I I - wou,d,mmed,ate,ybo-,,,eto .u~,~,~,n, rep~entedb~'ro~ I ~~ I4~1 !* handle an increase in visitation Preuit, Gillette. His trial has been [ . ' i levels and an extended visitor use set for March 31-April 1, 1997 i season. Some Increased level of before Judge Price. 1 ~'~~' " "~" -= ~on~on~u~ ,o~, ~byOa~y~ ...... ~,~ ~r by this system could have some Hoggatt, Sundance. His i~al has [ ~~[,~ -"-~ ~..-'-- 1 indlrectbeneflts fr the lcal tur- been set fr March 4-5' and has [ ~~~-~f~~-- i let economy. Furthermore, been reassigned to District Judge .............. "-'~ completion of this system would Terrence L. O'Brien. allow the park to meet health and The plan Includes an Environ- Pine Haven resident mental Assessment (F_,A]. The EA to serve sentence also describes the environmental and social impacts of the preferred Raymond A. Compton, a resident ,, ,; k....,, ,.,;flig..~_~tlr ,~"'~ alternative and the other alterna- of Pine Haven, was incarcerated in I never saw a rancher that was liberal wittY!