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Health & The Sundance Times Page 6 Thursday, February 27, 2014 Safety Veterans assistance available Icoally A state of Wyoming veterans service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Cos@iolwill conduct community outreach ser- vices in Wyoming cities throughout March. Brian Yeager is available to meet with vetera[ns and their families to discuss state and federal veterans' benefits, De- partment of Veterans Affairs claims, or VA healthcare. Yeager can also help veterans and their families apply for benefits, file claims or request healthcare. His office is staffed in Gillette, at 551 Running W. Drive, Suite 100, and he will also be available at the following locations: Sundance - March 4, at the Crook County Courthouse, 309 E- Cleveland St., from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Newcastle - March 11, at the Department of Workforce Ser- vices, 2013 W. Main St., from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Hulett - March 18, at the Greater Hulett Community Cen- ter, 401 Sager St., from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. During periods of inclement weather, please check with the staff at the outreach locations to ensure the veterans service officer will be available. Yeager, a former U.S. Marine, is available to meet with vet- erans and their families from Campbell, Crook and Weston counties in addition to the scheduled outreach. Please contact him at 307-696-5048 for more information, or to schedule an appointment. CROOK COUNTY MEDICAL SERVICES DISTRICT SUNDANCE CLINIC 283-2476 MARCH Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. to Noon DAVIDSON DAVIDSON DAVIDSON NOBACK NOBACK LUMNITZ W m J DAVIDSON DAVIDSON DAVIDSON DAVIDSON DAVIDSON NOBACK NOBACK NOBACK BEE DAVIDSON ,tJ DAVIDSON LUMNITZ DAVIDSON DAVIDSON I,-.) LUMNITZ DAVIDSON DAVIDSON DAVIDSON TUCKER m W DAVIDSONL.) DAVIDSON DAVIDSON TUCKER LUMNITZ(..) LUMNITZ DAVIDSON NOBACK LUMNrFZ DAVIDSON DAVlDSON i TUCKER ,TUCKER Wyoming Foreclosure Hotline staff offering free counseling in Sundance Homeowners concerned with finances or 70 foreclosures every month, said Hotline Di- their ability to pay the mortgage are encour- aged to schedule a free counseling session with the Wyoming Foreclosure Hotline staff. On March 5, a Hotline counselor will be in Sundance at the Crook County Library, 414 Main St., from 10 a.m. to noon to meet one-on- one with homeowners. Homeowners in Sundance and nearby com- munities are encouraged to call the Hotline number to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins also will be welcome. Homeowners also may call to set an appointment at another time. To sign up or to learn more, call the Hotline toll free at 855-996-2256. The HUD-approved counseling is free and confidential. The program is funded by the Wyoming Attorney General's Office. Hotllne counselors will help homeowners in foreclosure understand the process as well as provide support while applying for workout strategies including forbearance, loan modifi- cation, short sale or principal reduction. While Wyoming's foreclosure rate is the fifth lowest in the U.S., there is still an average of Speeding - Benjamin V. Kahl, Gillette, 86/75, $110; Jessica Ann Dell, Gillette, 94/75, $190; Alan E. Fre- dregill, IA, 84/75, $100; Andy Weisser, SD, 88/75, $130; Jeffrey A. Tilley, WA, 89/75, $140; Patrick E. Wengel, ND, 51/45, $65; Timothy R. Wier, MN, 87/75, $125; Andrew J. Newell, TX, 80/65, $100; Brandi L. McDonough, Gil- lette, 82/75, $95; Stepha- nie A. Watkins, SD, 91/75, $160; Holly S. Estes, SD, 90/75, $150; Jeremy J. Ru- dolph, ND, 86/75, $110; Wil- liam J. Pfeifer, Hulett, 86/75, $110; Dean T. Cook, Green River, 92/75, $175; Steven C. Johnson, Buffalo, 85/75, $105; Bryan K. Sturman, WA, rector Shannon Peer. In addition to helping those actually in the foreclosure process, the Hotline offers coun- seling for homeowners who are current but struggling or have missed one or more mort- gage payment. That ounseling will focus on financial education including budget manage- ment. What to expect when you call the Hofline, 855-996-2256: Step 1: You will be transferred to a Hotline representative servicing your area. Step 2: The Hotline representative will con- duct a simple intake interview where you will be referred to a participating HUD-approved housing counselor. Step 3: The HUD-approved housing coun- selor will schedule a face-to-face counseling appointment with you, and a list of foreclo- sure-prevention workout options will be pro- vided to you for consideration. To learn more, visit the Web at www.wyo- mingforeclosurehotline.org or email info@wy- omingforeclosurehotline.org. Circuit Court No Valid Driver's License - Stephanie A. Watkins, SD, $110; Julio A. Vasquez-Ro- driguez, SD, $115 No Seat Belt (driver) - Kar- en Robinson, Sundance, $30; Terry L. Peterson, Hulett, $25; (passenger over 12) - Lucas Z. Peterson, Hulett, $10; Jill Karlin, CA, $10 Vehicle Off Road - Joseph A. Sienkiewicz, Casper, $220 Follow Too Closely - Jea- nette L. Nilson, Hulett, $50 Inopearble Required Lamp - Kody C. Olsen, UT, $160 Driver's Record of Duty Status Not Current - Rich- ard A. Chandler, CA, $65 Operate CMV Without Per- mission, Permit (daytime) - Patrick E. Lemke, Casper, (0-2000) - David C. Hen- drickson, ND, $55; Jason L. Wright, ND, $55; (2001- 4000) - Scott D. Olin, CO, $105; Michael A. Guidi, AZ, $i05; (4001-6000) - Orville M. Parker Jr., Pinedale, $155; (10001-12000) - Robert T. Keller, Big Piney, $330; (over 20000) - Brian Tidwell, WA, $6030 Ice Fishing Non-Atten- dance (more than 300 yards) - Steven M. Parlett, Casper, $75; Casey J. Att- away, Casper, $75; Dustin L. Everson, Gillette, $75 Unattended Fishing Pole or Rod - Jennifer M. Sevores, Gillette, $75 Fail to Attache Name to Each Ice Fishing Rod, 50/45, $50; Alexadra L. Bo- $1 !0,; J.ason L. Wright, Tip-up or Line =, 4esse R. e,,, 'i,A, ' ffO/g,,O; Philip ND,. $!10; Enn J. !tely, :Curn0w, St5,, 7); Kewn D. K. jeffri'es, ,Gillette, 2/75, FL,  $i'itii' Kevili R.2/yidra;' 'Vanes,: Gilletie/$0}':ri i0i  Robert Taryldeal Ken- FL, $i 10; Wayne :Babb; R. Pitt, Gillette; $75; Keith J. itzer, MT, 53/45, $65; Brett Michael Renard, UT, 83/75, $00oo Drive While License Can- celled, Suspended or Re- voked - Brandon T. Snell, UT, $425; Kody C. Olsen, UT, $420; Stephanie Rhianon Thomas, Gillette, $415 : .... !!!i i!i Attention Parents of Sundance Middle and High School Studentsll Have you been meaning to talk to your teen about money but haven't had the time or don't know where to start? We have good news for youl Crook County Family Violence and Sundance State Bank will be facilitating a "Financial Basics for Teens Class" this March! Classes will cover basic financial concepts (saving, checking accounts, budgeting, credit, loans, etc.) There will be games, door prizes, snacks, and a $100 scholarship to start a savings account with successful completion of the course1* Classes will be held Mondays, March 10 , 17 , 24 , and 31 in the Sundance State Bank Meeting Room from 3:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. Rides will be available (with signed permission slips) from Sundance High School to the Meeting Room. This is an excellent opportunity to educate young adults about financial responsibility and give them a head start for their own financial future! Call Tracy at 283-2415 for more information or to register your childl ID, $110; Joseph R. Shed, Casper, $115 Violate Permit Conditions {daytime) - Kenneth R. Hy- man, TX, $110; Reginald V. Jones, ND, $110; Colten M. Davis, ID, $110; (nighttime) - Jasen W. Keel, ND, $220; Michael H. Savage, WA, $220; Clive M. Bigelow II, OR, $217 Violate Legal Weight Graves, Gillette, $75; Michael A. Govan, Gillette, $70; Kelly R. Botto, Gillette, $70 No Daily Use Permit - Eliz- abeth Jo Linneman, Gillette, $6O Littering - Cad James Schmidt, Gillette, $220 Criminal Contempt - Chad James Schmidt, Gillette, $140 *Student must attend all four classes to qualify for the savings scholarship. Active participation is also Live Well--Be Well! Heart Health BY JULIA BETTINGER Did you know heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in Wyoming and the U.S.? February is American Heart Month. There are simple steps you can take to prevent and control heart disease. One step is to include a rainbow of fruits and veg- etables in your daily diet. A dietician at Dana Farber had this to say, =If it comes from the ground and stains your shirt you want to be eating it." This February let's stain our shirts in honor of heart health. Shop for and con- sume delicious beets, berries, and collard greens. Because your heart matters! This health tip came to you from Julia Bettinger, Program Manager, WY Cancer Resource Services and a member of the Be Well? Coalition in Crook County. You may reach Julia at 1-888-684-4550 or Julia@ johnsoncountycrc.org. A Taste of Westem Enchilada Casserole l j I I Rose Hildebrandt recipe submitted by Janet Jensen ' 2 Ibs. ground beef 1 can chopped green chilies 1 cup chopped onion 12 corn or flour tortillas 1 can cream of mushroom soup 2 cups shredded Monterey 1 can enchilada sauce Jack cheese 1 cup milk Brown meat with onions; drain. Stir in soups, sauce and milk; bring to a boil. Remove from heat; set aside. Layer in a 9x13 pan: sauce, tortilla strips, sauce, cheese then repeat. Cover with foil and bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Remove foil and bake 20 minutes more until hot and bubbly. Add more cheese if desired. Crook County CattleWomen Recipes Brought to you by: ,.,,,,= Community blood drive welcomes new donors United Blood Services invites new donors to give blood. The need for blood is constant, and volunteer blood donors con- tribute to nearly all the blood used for patient care in the United States. If all those who were eligible to donate would do so on a regular basis, say three times per year, commu- nity and hospital blood needs could be met at all times. Every two seconds, someone needs blood. Patients across the country receive approxi- mately 38,000 units of this lifesaving resource each day; they may be accident victims, people undergoing surgery, or patients receiving treatment for leukemia, cancer and oth- er diseases. By committing to donate three times a year, a first-time {or repeat) donor can count on saving the lives of up to six people! People who are interested in becoming blood donors can donate at their next commu- nity blood drive on : Thursday, March 13, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. held at the Crook County Court House. You can make an appointment to donate at this blood drive by calling Jea- nette Smith at 307-290-2803 or 307-643-2100. Volunteer blood donors must be at least 16 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good health. Additional height/weight requirements apply to donors 22 and young- er, and donors who are 16, or 17 in certain areas, must have signed permission from a par- ent or guardian. Donors will also receive a free cholesterol test. Sheriff's Dispatch Blotter Feb. 17 - Three VIN checks. Deputy assisted Wyoming Highway Patrol in removing debris from roadway. Feb. 18- Four VIN checks. One traffic stop. Civil assist. Detention Officer did finger- prints for outside employ- ment. Feb. 19 - Four paper ser- vices. Three VIN checks. Two motorist assists. Detention Officer transported a prisoner from Douglas to Crook County Detention Facility. Detention Deputy booked in one subject on a Crook County Warrant. Feb. 20- Six VIN checks. Deputy assisted Lawrence County, South Dakota with evidence recovery. Detention Deputy booked in one subject on a Crook County probation violation. Crook County Sher- iff's Office issued traveler's aid. Detention Deputy did finger- prints for a weapons permit. Feb. 21 - Three VIN checks. Two paper services. One traf- fic stop. Deputies gave two courtesy rides. Detention Offi- cer did fingerprints for outside employment. Detention Offi- cer booked in Wyoming High- way Patrol's arrest for DWUI. Deputy assisted Sundance Police on a traffic stop. Deputy assisted Sundance Police on a vehicle search. Deputy as- sisted Department of Family Services. Deputy investigated vehicle accident; no injuries. Deputies did a welfare check on a possible domestic situa- tion; unable to locate parties. Deputies investigated a report of Domestic violence; under investigation. Feb. 22 - Two VIN checks. Deputy investigated two vehi- cle accidents for the Hulett Po- lice Department; no injuries. Feb. 23 - Civil assist. Motor- ist assist. Deputy investigated report of property destruction. Deputy assisted Moorcroft Po- lice on a domestic. Six house/ business checks. Inmate Census - Nine males. Zero females.