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I ~ursday: March 18, 1..999 "WHERE THE KID GOT ttlS NAME" The Sundance T#nes ! u ] ~ * Develop curricula for environ- L rl]~k/[l~ ][~ ~, | | ~ mentally related courses. | tl~ m.. .~_, [ [ ~ * Determine probable causes of a PI~U~I iiiiii iii!iiii I L ~ T "rT :~ I I ......... lawsuit citation or penalty ! [ klJUl; I! ~;i ? * Create and improve innova~ve . . ................................................ __~==_ ! , I | l~ pollution prevention programs. ~W Thomas S oup ~ ::~ ::' I u s AndrewThomas Stroup was born ~~~ .... '~::~ Team S~d'--ran mg l~./7~J a" , . ..... . ,~, .... e-,,,~ ...... tO Sundance Wesleyan Church ,,~ : ~ cleaning, elec~onlcs aria corn- stor De Ii ,,t , ~ win Lose ~'~ ..... : nuI~,.r~r,.~,~,*n.,,o,.,.,..~, .,.. pa , nnis and Ruth Stroup. ~III" ~ II Climbers 69 I/2 22 1/2 ~ fo--" ............. Andre was born at Lookout Me- .... ~ u~bn ~uel electric power enera- 1L Sodbusters 48 44 l~ .~ ,'~'~'L,~, "o ............. g . morial Hospital In Spearfish, SO. ...... u., gmunu transpormuon, tour- He wel hed In at 8 Sagebrushers 47 1/2 44 1/2 ~ ~'~[ ~ ~anlc ,.h.m,~,~ , .....4' ,o~,. g Ibs, 6 oz and l:~ Oddballs 47 45 1 I! *'.7 p __~.,~.;-~,~o. .... ,~:u o~, was211ncheslong. Churehmem- I~ '~ . :~ mmoer ana woos proaucts; metal bers and e co ~~ Elghtballs 45 1/2 46 I/2 I $ '~/:..'~X. ~ castin ...... th mmunlty of Sun- ~~11~ Springchickens 43 49 / ' L [ ~ , ~ h ,C ]e ~;ss~e~a~b 7nom:fge:rrom~stLVet-dance would like to congratulate : ~k' : Y; -Dennis and Ruth on the irth of ~/ Ball Nobbers 35 1/2 56 1/2 / " ~. ~.~II als" non - e ..... b ~ , -m ~, non-metal rmnmg; 1 Snowbirds._ .32 _ 60 ~~~ organic chemicals; oetroleum re-Andrew. .... men's t/Igh ~ame " ':~ finln -- I ....... 7 1 ' . ~! g, pharmaceutical manufac- l~l" t=nar Langen~ener ~ ~ ~ __~a~ turin- lastic " -- - -- " ~ .... g; p resin ~ man-maae Gene Mills 195 ~ ......... ~~ fibers; printing; pulp and paper; , IgAT ~ an Va~ a~ ~l k:lOD Deauooln lb~ ~ rubber -- -J | ......... [ ill 1"1 111 l~'l II l ano pmsuc" smpouualng Men's High Series ' - ~l ~ and repair; atone clay, glass and 1 Char Langenderfer 565 ~ concrete textiles' -- "7' _. ~..n ,. ~~:~ ~l " . ..... ~ ; ; ~ranspor~uon ~ - -~, ~ GeneMntw ~ ~ ~ equipment cleaning; water trans- ~l t~oo t~eauaom . , _ q:r ....... portaUon; wood furniture and fix- DOWNTOWN SUNDANCE women s t~q~n ~ame Ransom t~ates, son ox ~ov e~ tures. " I 1 [ ~ Coralie Lubken 213 Debbie Gates, was Reader of the ~~!B~ Irene Buckmlller 191 Month for January at Crook __ ~ I~ Arlene Parrent 188 County Library. The Reader of II Women's High Series the Month program ls a popular, ~ 8~D~CE A~OCO F~J~L[ %~~1 Clarlce Pridgeon 506 ongoing program for all youth~ ...... ~-~,-~ ,~-,v~v ~ ~~ -~l Arlene Parrent 503 who visit the Library--everyone ~ ~r~,,~~ ~ ~ ~ Merlene Elwonger (sub) 499 who reads at the Library or N v~ ~~ ~ ' ~ ~ II ~ Team High Game checks out a book or magazine ~ ll Climbers 1104 may put their name in the can. q ~ ~' ~ am Sp~ngchlckens 1080 You can register every time you ~ ~::"~ " ....... Sodbusters 1050 visittheLibrary.Anamei~drawn ~~~~~ _ ~ I, ~m m I | ~" Team High Series at the end of each month to be }~ ~[ -L ,Is ._2~1 l I~[~n] ~t~ ' 1~ Climbers 3207 the Reader of the Month, the ~~~ VVl ll l~ n ~ Springchlckens 3081 winning reader receives a cer-~~~~ o- Elghtballs 3058 tlfleatcandabook.Thankstoall ~ ~~[~ ' f 1999 Is going to fade before we got home. My folks were Unique Scores ^f o .... o,,,,~ reader~--kee~ u~ ese days. but memo- just returning from the bentonite Dottie M~blew 3-] n 3-] ~ the ~nod workl lnterof1949stillllnger plant where theyhad gonehopingUlric Hawken "~'6-i0 - "- ~[ '. I~ ~lanyarearesldents. some ofthe guys had seen us. They Arnle Duca 5 8 10 T~el~@~. ~--~@~, ~] A - " " " v N ~ngly) Blakeman grewJust knew by that tlrne we were C~ len "" "'8-10 ~a~u~*,~, ~**.~a ~ ~ ..... ....... [~ to nar e Murray o- - n County. She tells under an avalanche ofsnow some- Notebooks Available " " * " " - ' ' Hospice Honored grand- With Stamp r~n:e~ngImP~lOt~eti~brA~elCYuan: ~ 24 hm. a Id his wife Into Upton to mother OlaAdkins. She lived alone .... P - - "- For Rllnf.- OFFI EIIIaI II naem letrainr,,.r._m..~., ur.,.~ ,.. ~' ,,~*,~ *,~.* ..~ ~*. ..... ~tc ..~ ..~,y,oance..~ccordlng to Larry ~oocl- d . w...w~.*** vm awmI aausamm upn~ |hi at - " Care the U.S. Po tal son, Chairman LEPC. this series .. Was that a bad blizzard Fem said, so she was snowed ~~ Service released ........ all lothino OFl - Lgather and corral the My motherwas her only cbtld... | I m erestregardingtheinaustryspe I l'lr' v I if|'F a4oa Ued ropes from the barn she must have had a lonely four [ -:'f I v, cn c manu.xactunng process an9m-o u wmm m 11 ! n ! K;;A! ! attll s ese ere , zt*c **oaV*t-t. pOllUtion Issues assoclateo with ,t ding .frh w used days before we could get to her [_ '~ I s,o-- is now ............ 307"283-1200 Sundanea [;! me Wor~t ,~e ~h,, o~^,-~ ~o h..m. ,, I dis-~ ~ I ~,~,,,v ~peculc inuustnai sectors. Lne se ......... v I. ~,--..~.~..~v N ---~ v~ ~.aa~. o~a aaa ~ |xvxax~. I I ~ I S Allth .... I. ,~. ..... ~- ..... .~ .... t._.~ .t. ........ t._ I ~11,' ,';,~ I available atpo t rles is unique in taking a holistic, .t ----vur~,ut~to, mrelu relu ucnc~lUeU ute uayn u~ tile l~ll offices nation .,.:, _ .... t. ,^ .. , , , ,,,,,, ,, , , uOUther ,, , wttvLe lac.a~y avp*~a~, to envt- two colts and an storm. My mothers uncle from ~l[ wide ronmentalinformation lnste-" Ik_ A. ..... ~_~1~ ~. Saddle horse that had Illinolswasvisltlng..heneverhadf~~1 "~'u~ust 1 ....... , , aa oz mil~n~lE~l~ ~lall " bro.---ht ........ " . ~ . ~.~.-_~ e~ g . separating mtormauon related to _. -8 __ __ ._ ,.~; m. any cnnaren, so ~t must nave oeen 1997 Crook .......... ~ ~ ..... L-~..,__ ~ _..-~. -.~ the s* ......................... pOiiutan~s oimr, water, ano lanQ. ~ ~l}~l~.~q~ J~OI" ~'Tbgll~ v ,_ ~v,m qumte~, r-ernsometmng Ior nlm to ve lnsloe a Countv Medical Services District ~- , ............... ~t- u~ 0 ~ Por cacti HlflUStl'y the notetu3OK . Lo|oo ,p, the.an .s. housewith of us, ds.,..we began offe g the Hospice pro- con ns: * Most Visual m Gillette. ~ ~ear-ota tagalong SIS- piayeagamesananaaareallymce gram.CrookCountyHosplceofflce * Information about size, -co- -- --0 "~-- ~o go, too. Fern said, "I family time. We had no place to go Is located in the former Sundance araphlc distribution -ructs * AntiQUe tore, ~,'a experience she'd get me and no way to get there...and ot~..~ h,,,tn~ ........ t~,~ o,.~o~ ~" .... ' *" ' ........................... ~ ,, ,,. ,. ~.~ -~-.-.~ ~'~.-'~-..s..~...oo ~.~ o~.~ ano economic tr'~nQs t umnt take her with Mother beIng the good cook and fromCrookCount'-Memorial Hos ........ ~- [ ~o .... , .... Y - A oescnouon oI manmacturm : " . :.~ ,'~'~anastrong, andthlsmother sne was, sne took gooapltal _ . .... g 7: ~ / ~" .... ~ , e a short ...................... '; .... " _ processes, including inputs ox ..... . , t~ ~p. care oi us. ~m Ol us were reueveu The Hosnice nroaram oIIers com ......... ,.,.~ .* - . .. . . v v s - raw materials aria polluuon out Z',u me nurses; they were wnen it was over. uur oaa more fort care and sun'~"rt to nersons -- a Well vv.. v puts. _ . . They started back. than anyone, as we never lost any diagnosed with a terminal Illness * a n.,,m~ ,~f oh~,~.~ ,~ ..... ,,. , not prepared for all the livestock." -- v ................ . ....... ,..._ ,, and their families. Hospice offers the environment. [~. ~rnaald. lt was dark long the team approach to helpIng the * A summary of federal environ- a~~lW-m-A - O-- . ~mP _ Ill person as well as family members men 1 lati , ta regu on and compll- k ~~ ~.T.*~... /'~=..1 , ...... and friends. Those Involved in the anee hlstory. Tii[I NI] rnl|ur /Nall t I ~.L~ L~.. u ~,,x I ~ C~ika~DTret~cto~r?SpioCe t~.~c~aTc~: * Pollution prevention opportuni- 307-682-7828.408 South Douglas RO.. Gillette - ties. . -. ~ , AGUE ] March 14, 1999 M.D.; Hospice Director- Marian Governmentandindustrvinitia- -Antiques~ crofts & More * " I ~ 2B. 1999 " Team Standing Shatzer R.N.; Staff R.N.'s- Melony tlves for compliance assurance. I | T~4u~a--' ----" ACC 59 41 HarrR.N.,SueLakeR.N.,Marlene * Resource Materials and con- - ~ ---.-~ [ ler2ons, ~umamg NEWMA 57 43 EdwardsR.N "CerflfledNursesA~d- facts ~ 1 I ~ i~ ~p ~ ~ /2 29 I/2 ce ~..rkFda .a~,/o o~,,,~ MC2 56 44 Dens Gonzales C.N.A.; Hospl The industry sector notebooks J, h ] n i~.%lt Sh ............ Cowboy Bar 53 1/2 46 1/2 Chaplain- Pastor Ed Bollack; So- have all been carefullv researched ~ /'~0[lll~( up q~ I/Z 3/ I/Z |t~ .... Hill Photo 48 I/2 51 I/2 ctalWorkers- Robin SeeleyB.S.W., and referenced, and include many ~'~ ~~_~L~ 0 | |sP~X:i C--- "~ 41 CaPs PumpIng 48 52 Randy Pridgeon AD/B.S.S.; DI- tablesandfl,n,.~scontalnlnaquan_ ...~ "~'-