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Page 9 The Sundance Times Thursday, February 27, 201z AAU season ends ! i i/iiiiii!,iiiil   i i!i!i !!iiii!i!ii!i!'ii!iiiiiii iiiii,iii!i! Sundance School Menu Photos courtesy James Halverson Sundance AAU wrestlers who wrapped up their season last week. Breaast Feb. 28-- Whole grain dn- nam0n roll yogurt, tasty fresh fruit salad, milk variety Mar.3-- TickTock Watch the Ck3ckCereal, le wheat Mar. 4- Early Bird Omelet, whole wheat toast, fruit cock- tail mix Mar. 5- Day Break Breakfast Casserole, honey wheat English muffin, Granny apple, milk variety Mar. 6- Minute Breakfast Cookie, fruit yogurt, fresh strawberries, milk variety Lunch Feb. 28 - Potato bar with the fixin's, Romaine salad, whole grain breadstick, fresh grapes, milk variety Mar. 3- Hot beef sandwich, grape tomato, crunchy car- rots, applesauce, milk variety Mar. 4 - Mulfigrain spaghetti with meat sauce, green beans, spinach salad, fresh pear, milk variety rain corn poratd" ........ variety : Mar. 6 - Super nachos, Ro- rnne salad, Mexican retried beans, orange, milk variety Awards winners, left to right: Landon Martin (Bulldog Award), Andrew Davis (Sports- manship Award), Shane Tenke (Most Improved), Lyman Halverson (Best Practice Partner) and Bryant Moss (Best Takedown). " Surveillance system Queen .City cl=s,,: up and running in coming next month The 25th annual Queen City Classic Basketball Tournament will be held March 28-30 in Spearfish. One hundred seventy nine teams competed last year from Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, Nebraska and South Da- kota. Registration fee is $175 per team, with all teams guaranteed three games. The tournament is open for girls and boys in grades 4 through 1 i. Deadline for entry into the tournament is March 4th. , Entry forms are available on the Internet at spearfish.kl 2.sd.us/ shs/QCC/info.htm. If you have ket at 505-210-1501 or jeff.burket@colloid.com. Sundance schools BY SARAH PRIDGEON In each of Crook County's school properties, a large tele- vision screen now broadcasts images from every nook and cranny of the building. The school secretaries can watch these visuals live to monitor for unwanted visitors and other unexpected activity. The new district-wide secu- rity camera system has been a work in progress for several months that has now reached fruition. Over the last few days, the cameras have been fine-tuned for viewing direc- tion and focus to make sure that every inch of the schools and Central Office is cov- ered. The camera system is part of the district's push to im- prove and upgrade security and, as Trustee Ken Rathbun noted when the installation bid was approved, is just one "bite from the pie." The same system as can be found in Department of Defense facilities like Fort Meade hospital, it is intended as a deterrent to make a dis- gruntled person think twice about choosing the schools as a target. The cameras broadcast im- ages to the viewing screen, says Superintendent Byron Stutzman, but do not cap- ture sound. Any footage that features activity will then be stored. "You can see it all live, but it only records when there's movementf explains Stutz- man. "That way, it doesn't take up so much storage space." Recorded footage is sent to a central server in each school, where it is stored for ap- proximately one month. The system is designed to use re- volving storage, replacing the oldest images as it runs out of space. Live images from any of the schools can also be viewed from Central Office, where the screen can switch be- tween camera sets. The cameras themselves can be transferred to the new Sun- dance and Moorcroft school buildings once they have been completed, or addition- al cameras can be added to the system. The district-wide cam- era system was installed by Knight Security and funded by the School Facilities Com- mission from the Major Main- tenance Fund. School & Sports Basketball teams headed to Regionals The Sundance Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs will head to Re- gionals in Cheyenne this week with both teams playing Pine Bluffs on Thursday. This past week they dropped a home game to Bighom on Friday then beat Tongue River on the road Saturday. The girls lost to Bighorn 34-35 and Tongue River 29-63. Complete girls stats were not available at press time. Sundance Boys vs. Big Horn I  2 -d : SHS 3 25 38 BH 20 28 43 Points Rebounds Assists Ben Sfoddard 2 I Trent Peplow 8 I Skylar Wagaman 8 4 4 Colin Shamion 12 I Trace Steele I 0 5 Forrest Cross I 2 tort Ingalls 6 2 I Lane Carter 4 8 Final 49 53 Steals Sundance Boys at Tongue River 1 't 2 "d : Final SHS 11 21 30 62 TR 9 23 37 60 PoJnt R@bounds Assists Steals Ben Stoddard 3 I I Trent Peplow 17 6 4 I Skylar Wagaman 4 I 2 I Trey Taylor 4 3 - I Colin Shamion 20 7 Trace Steele 6 12 I Cort Ingalls 7 5 2 Lane Carter 4 3 I 2 Crook County Irrigation District Annual Meeting March 3, 2014, 7 p.m. in the Bear Lodge Meeting Room, Hulett Recreation Center, Hulett, Wyoming To make a gift, for more information, or to inquire about corporate sponsorships: operationfinallyhome.org Mark your donation for Wyoming I I III I IIIII III TII'I| glliI[III RANGE TELEPHONE SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE Range Telephone Cooperative, Inc. will be awarding several scholarships again this year to high school seniors who currently have (or whose parents have) local phone service with Range Telephone. Twenty scholarships will be awarded in 2014 with each scholarship being valued at $1,500 each. One of the twenty scholarships will be earmarked as the "Louis Capra Memorial Scholar- ship" in memory of a former board member, and one of the twenty scholarships will be earmarked as the "Ron Bixby Memorial Scholarship" in memory of a former Range employee. Application forms may be picked up either at Range Telephone, from your local high school counselor, or by downloading from Range's website at www.rangetel.coop. Several changes have been made to our scholarship program in 2014 -- please refer to the eligibility requirements form to check eligibility or call 800-927-2643 or 347-2226. The deadline for submitting applications is March 15, 2014.