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Page 8 - Thursday, Februa~. 28, 2008 i Illllll II I I I I ] I I I I I I I I I I Ir I I II Eastern Star scholarships available Applications for the 2008 scholarship awarded by Electa Chapter #5, OES may be obtained from Mrs. WiUey, Sundance High School Counselor. This scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior plan- ning to attend college or a vocational/technical school. The applicant must have a need for financial assistance. Masonic affiliation is not necessary to apply. Applications must be submitted no later than April 1, 2008 to: Electa Chapter #5, OES, % Paul Smith, 807 Rifle Pit Road, Beulah, WY 82712. Call 283-3379 for more information. Buttons and Bows The Buttons and Bows Homemaker Club celebrated Valentine's Day on Wednesday, February 13 at the home of Andrea Thomas. Ten members and one guest, Amanda Busenitz, were present for the fun occasion despite the snowy weather outside. Roll call was enjoyed by all as members passed around baby photos of themselves and tried to guess who was in the photo. The club decided to send some money to the Agrinews Newspaper to provide treats and supplies to military troops se~Mng in Afghanistan. Also discussed at the meeting wexe the needed repairs and maintenance for the New Haven Community Building. The dub agreed to assist the board of trustees as needed to help with those repairs. Tiny Bush asked the dub if they would be interested in serving lunch for the Legion Auxiliary April 12. The dub derided to serve the lunch and donate the money to the New Haven Community Building. Kristy Dennis and AndreaThomas will be in charge of organizing the meal. Tiny also shared the details of the upcoming Christian Women's Meeting in Hulett. The dub has been asked to provide some cakes for refreshments. Following the meeting, Valentine's refreshments were provided by co-hostess Kristy Dennis and Ione Hauber shared some words of en- couragement with members. Amanda Busenitz was the lucky hostess giR winner. The annual Valentine Exchange sent everyone home with some yummy treats to enjoy. The next meeting will be held on March 12 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Joan Busenitz. Submitted by Kristy Dennis Delegates: continued fTom page 1 rules may differ from state to state. It can be a confusing process for the common observer. So, what happens if a candidate drops out of the race alter ddegat have been pledged? Again, the rules differ between the Democratic and Republican parties. Asis relevant to Wyoming this election, Republican delegates that were formerly pledged to Mitt Romney in January are now free to suplx any remaining Republican candidate. Crook County delegate, Bruce Brown, said =If candidates keep rol]L-- downhiU, I'm going to run out of choicest" Brown first pledged to Fred ZhompsorL "When Thompson dropped out, Romney's people called me so I pledged to Romney. Then, when Romney dropped out, McCain's people called me so I'm now pledged to McCaivZ Being a caucus state, Wyoming Republicans designated twelve delegates during the county caucuses, thirteen more w/ll be designated: at the state convention, as well as the state party chairman, the nation committeeman and committeewoman, for a total of 28 Republican delegates And what about we the people who simply want to cast a vote in the presidential election on November 4? According to county Jerk "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance 1 I I I CROOK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ONE BUDGET AMENDMENT FOR THE 2007-2008 FISCAL YEAR GENERAL FUNDS TO ACCOUINT FOR A CORRECTION TO THE STATE SCHOOL FUNDING MODEL /APPROVED ~UDGET REVISED CODE BIUDGET07-08 AMENDMENT07-08 BUDGET 07-08 REVENUE AND OTHERSOURCES: 81000 $4,349,281 82000 $1,182,280 83000 $11,454,478 84000 $0 85000 $16,988,639 EXPENDITURES & OTHER USES: $0 $0 -$81,481 $o $o 81,481 $4,349,281 $1,182,280 $11,372,997 $0 $2.6OO $18,907,158 TOTAL REVENUE $9,581,809 $1,791,067 $4,843,031 $o $95,000 $284,277 $955,726 $17,550,910 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1000 $9,581,809 2000 $1,791,067 3000 $4,843,031 4000 $0 5000 $95,000 6000 $284,277 7000 $1,037,207 $17,632,391 Publish: February 28, 2008 $0 $0 $o $o $o $o 81,481 s WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TR/ANSPORTATION CHEYENNE, WYOMING NOTICE qOF ACCEPTANCE OF AND FINAL SETTLEMENT FOR HIqGHWAY WORK Notice is hereby given that the State Transportatiion Commission of Wyo- ming has accepted as completed according to plans, specifications and rules gloverning the same work performed umder that certain contract between the State of Wyoming, ac- tion through said Commission, and Roberts Construction Company, the Contractor, on Highway Project Number 06(I)7035 in Crook County , consisting of Gradinq. millina, bi- tuminous pavement surfacina and miscellaneous work on 6.48 consisting of Parking Lot, and the Contractor is entitled to final settlement therefore; that the Director of the De- partment of Transportation will cause said Contractor to be paid the full amount due him under said contract on April 9, 2008. The date of the first publication of this Notice is February 28. 2008. STATE TRANSPORTATION COM- MISSION OF WYOMING By: Mary Ann Furtney For Kimberly Lamb Federal Aid Supervisor Budget Program Publish: February 28, March 6 and 13, 2008 mmm PUBLIC NOTICE l, Jefferson E Vore, am not respon- sible for debts incurred by Norma Basa Vore Publish: February 14, 21, 28 and March 6, 2008 mmm NOTICE OF SALE OF ABANDONED VEHICLES The following vehicles will be s~ 1:00 p.m. on March 18, 2008, a North Hampton, Moorcroft, County, Wyoming, to-wit: A 1989 Ford Mustang, VIN# 1 P41A5KF252545 The seller c $7505 for towihg/storage/mec cal fees Public Notice Request for Proposal Crook County Senior Services, Inc is seeking architectural design and construction services for the Crook County Senior Services garage project in Sundance, WY The project is to include architectural design, environ- mental field work, site preparation and construction of the structure on land owned by the Crook County Senior Services at 321 E Main Street The heated building will be 50 bv 75 with 3 stalls to house .1. bus/3 vans with four offices, a storage area and a bathroom Please submit proposals and direct all inquiries to: Ms Marge Myers Crook County Senior Services, Inc PO Box 648 Sundance, WY 82729 (307) 283-1711 Criteria for Qualifications: Current Wyoming Architectural / Contracting License Design and construction experi- ence with parking structures and garages References required Deadline is April 1, 2008 at 5 pm Publish: February 21 and 28, 2008 mmm A 1984 Chevy Celebrity, 1G1AW35X9E6934584, SD licI # 2D2KX981 The seller clt $3,185 for towing/storage/mecI cal fees. / A 1985 Chevy Pickup, VIN# lq K24M2FJ160871, WY licent 17T286AW. The seller claims $ for towing/storage/mechanica A i992 Ford PU, V 1FTHX26G1NKB92331, WY lic # 17T32CR. The seller claims $ for towinglstoragelmechanica / A 1984 Chevy Celebrity, ~ 1G1AW35X4EG145446, VV] cense # 17-49HK The seller clI $2425 for towing/storagelmecI cal fees. 1 A 1995 Chevy Beretta, 1G1LV1547SY281324, CO lici # 969-JOA. The seller claims $5 for towing/storage/mechanical The above vehicles will be sold t highest bidder who pays in a forr ceptable to the seller. Seller: DEXTER'S AUTOMOTI TOWING AND REPAIR 600 North Hampton Moorcroft, WY 82721 (307) 756-3259 Publish: February 28 and Mar( 2008 mmm NOTICE Starting Monday, Mamh 3, 2008 garbage pickup for some of the Cit of Sundance customers will change. If your normal pickup has bee Monday, then no changes will be made. Wednesday account including Vista West, Kasld, and Green Mountain Subdivisions an, everyone west of town will now be picked up on Monday. Customer who were picked up on Fridays will now be picked up on Thursday CormJe Tschetter, voters who voted in the last 8merat election ate miles on US 14 beainnina at refer- Wednesday accounts including Carter and Moya Subdivision ence marker 167 50 and endmo at already z~istered to vote. ff you missed the last ge~ eral election or . . " Industrial Park, and everyone east of town will now be picked up o rcterence marker 11.~ u/ ana tne if you recently moved to the county, you may register to vote at any Contractor is entitled to final settle STATE OF WYOMING Thursdays. If you have any questions asto when your pickup migt of the dry hag offices in the county or at the county deride office in men+ fh=rafnrn' fh f Nir~r,t"t~r COUNTY OF CROOK be, please call City Hall at 283-3451. onJul 21 S ce. J arly regLstraO.on ctosesLy . the Department of Transportation will IN THE DISTRICT COURT Publish: February 21and 28, 2008 If yOU ~2t!ep~ ~ the July 2 ldeadline, a .qualifien vorev~ : i : deter.me the appropriate po]]~ place, a voter may call the c].er~Es tract on ~.g.bJ=9=.2~.~. Jefferson E: Vore ' office at 283-1323. Plaintiff, Voters needing a primary absentee ballot may request one by telephone, mail, or in person at the county clerk's office alter July 10. Tschetter notes that presidential candidates win not be included on the primary ballot. The primary election is August 19, 2008, and the general ~n is Tuesday, November 4, 2008. Crook County Land Use Planning & Zoning Commission February 18, 2008 The regular meeting was called to order by Chairman Kelly Dennis at 5:10 p.m. at Donna's Diner, Moorcroft, Wyoming. Commission members present were Chairman Kelly Dennis, Mike O]Brien, Jeanne Whalen, Judy Hutchinson, and Trudy Pridgeon. Also present were Tim Lyons, Fred Duncan, Rip Hawkins, Tom Ferre11, and John Moline, Jr. The minutes from the January meeting were distributed and re- viewed. Judy Hutchinson stated that in the sixth paragraph the word "of' should be inserted between "publishing the" and asked that it be corrected. Jeanne Whalen moved to approve the January minutes as corrected. Judy Hutchinson seconded, all ayes, motion carried Review and discussion was held concerning the opinion that was given by the County Attorney for the County Permitting System of In-situ Mining. Rip Hawkins asked if, for the welfare of the public, the County could get the information on what aquifer the exploration is being done in. Some additions for the County Unified Comprehensive Plan Draft were distributed by the staff. The additions included a table of con- tents and additional material. Jeanne Whalen started discussion about the possibility of adopt- ing a Code of the West which would state what new residents of the county should expect for public services, and could also include information concerning open range signs on county roads. It was also stated that this Code of the West should be apart of the County Unified Comprehensive Plan. The staffhanded out informational material to the members pertain- ing to Wind Energy. The staff informdd the members that since the last CCLUP&ZC meeting they had been contacted by a consultant asking what type of regulations and permits Crook County has that pertain to wind turbines and towers. Discussion was held about rescheduling the one on one work ses- sions to review the UCP with the CCLUP&ZC members and the staff. The members stated that they would contact the staff to schedule these appointments. It was decided that a group work session for the UCP will be held after the Commissioners meeting on March 5 at 5:00 p.m. Discussion was held on the agenda policy. It was mentioned that maybe the agenda should be dosed to new items five business days before the meeting, but the policy also needs to be able to handle special circumstances. Jeanne Whalen mentioned that the CCNRD is scheduled to hold a Small Acreage Work Shop, and that she is planning to attend. Jeanne also highlighted the discussion that was held with the County Commissioners at the February Commissioners meeting, for the CCLUP&ZC members who were unable to attend. Mike O~rien moved to adjourn the meeting. Trudy PHdgeon sec- onded, all ayes, motion carried. The regular meeting was adjourned at 6:53 p.m. to meet in regu- lar session Monday, March 10, 2008, at 7:00 p.m at the Crook County School District Central Office Meeting Room, in Sundance, Wyoming. Submitted by Timothy R. Lyons, Growth & Development Administrator, Secretary The date of the first publication of this Notice is STATE TRANSPORTATION COM- MIS~SION OF WYOMING By: MaryAnn Furtney For Kimlberly Lamb Federal Aid Supervisor Budget Program Publish: February7, 14 and 21, 2008 nmm WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION CHEYENNE, WYOMING NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF AND FINAL SETTLEMENT FOR HIIGHWAY WORK Notice is hereby given that the State Transportatlion Commission of Wyo- ming has accepted as completed according to plans, specifications and rules governing the same work performed under that certain contract between thee State of Wyoming, act- ing througlh said Commission, and EKE, INC. IDBA JOHNER & SONS the Contractor, on Highway Project Number 00*06973 in Crook County. VS. Norma Basa Vore Defendant, Civil Action No. 7779 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION NOTICE TO Norma Basa Vore, DEFENDANT CURRENT ADDRESS: unknown You are notified that a Complaint for Di- vorce, Civil Action No 7779, has been filed in the Wyoming District Court for the 6~" Judicial District, whose address is PO Box 904, Sundance, WY 82729, seeking dissolution of your marriage to Jefferson E Vore and a Decree of Divorce in his favor Unless you file an Answer or otherwise respond to this Complaint for Divorce within 30 days following the last date of publication of this notice, a Default Judgment will be taken against you and a Decree of Divorce will be granted DATED this 7th day of February, 2008. BY CLERK OF COURT Christina R Wood Clerk of District Court Publish: February 14, 21 28 March 6, 2008 mmm and p - DishHOME Protection Plan* Ill Programming! mntertainment Communi tions 11013 US Hwy 212 Belie Fou he, SD 57717 NETWORK. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOR HORSE PASTURE The City of Sundance has available four separate parcels of land k pasture lease for the period March 1, 2008 to March 1, 2009. Thes four parcels wilt be let to bid by separate parcels. These pastures are for h~s only. No cows can be placed in thes pastures at any time. The successful bidders cannot sublease thes pastures to others and no haying of any of these pastures will b allowed. The Lessee, to the satisfaction of the City, will maintain fences an structures. No other fencing or structures will be allowed without prk approval of the City. Any new fences or permanent structures place on this property by the Lessee will become the property of the City. # weed and pest control will be the sole responsibility of the Lessee. ff the Lessee fails to abide by these provisions of lease, the Sundanc City Council will cancel the lease. The evicted Lessee will forfeit th entire lease payment and will be banned from leasing Sundance Cii pasture in the future. The Pasture Paresis are as follows: ~: Up to four horses will be allowed to use this parcel. The Green Mo~Intain Cemetery Pasture Is located adjacent tI Green Mountain Cemetery. It is located in the NW NE,$ectid 19, T51N, R62W, 6th P.M Crook County, Wyoming. Water is n~ available on the property. This pasture contains 35 acres, more ( tess. The Lessee will be required to protect the white cemete, fence with altemetive fencing placed 10 feet from the cemetal fence~ Barb or electric is suggested. ~: Up to four horses will be allowed to use this parcel. The Ltll~[~llL ~g~ is located between the City's landfill ar wastewater lagoons. Iris located in SE%, Section 18, T51N, R62V 6th P.M, Crook County, Wyoming. Water may be available for pa of the year. This pasture contains 40 acres, more or less. ~, ~: Up to two horses will be allowed to use this parcel, The ~ is south of 1-90 and the frontage mad I:I the City's Sundance Kid water tank. It Is located In the S NW Section 24, T51N, R63W, 6th P.M Crook County, Wyoming ar contains 15 acres, more or less, Water may be available part of tP year. ~: Up to two horses will be allowed to use this parcel. The West Pesture is located just west of Sundance Equipment the SW NW,Section 23, T51N, R63W of tha 6th P.M Cro( County, Wyoming. Water may not be available on the properl This pasture contains 20 acres, more or less. ff the City acquires an immediate need for the land prior to tI expiration date, the City will give the Lessee thirty-day written notice The City in no way guarantees that there will be enough grass in the, pastures to sustain horses for the entire lease agree,e`` Supplemental feed might have to be provided at some point in time. Bidders will place their bids in a sealed envelope with their name al parcel number on the outside of the envelope. Each bid shall be in separate envelope. Bids will be accepted until 7:15 P.M March 2008 at which time they will be opened and read aloud. The Court retains the right to waive any and all irregularitias and accept the I:I most advantageous to the City. The Council reserves the rightI reject any or all bids. All leases will be for a one-year pedod unless need by the City arises. All bids will be lump sum for the one-ye period and payable in full prior to any use. Fred D. Tschetter, Mayor City of Sundance Publish: February 21 and 28, 2008