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PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JUNE 6. 1996 PROCEEDINGS OF M BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT M COURTHOUSE IN SLrNDANCE, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1996 9:00 o'clock a.m. Present for the special meeting were Major F. Miller, Chairman, Alan Roberts, vice-Chairman. Mark A. Semlek, Member, and Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk. A special meeting was called by ~hairman Major F. Miller to review issuance of such license will be heard at the hour of 2:30 o'clock p.m. on the 4 day of June. 1996 in the County Commissioners Room, Crook Attest: County Courthouse. Sundance. Wyoming. Connie Connie D. Tschetter Crook County Clerk May 2, 1996 Publish: May 9. 16, 23, 30, 1996 Becky Rush of Ft. Collins, Cole- daughter of Bob Wyman, rado, was a Thursday evening of the graduates and a visitor at the home of Ross, Pamela for Jennifer was held and Taylor Dawn German. Becky the north Holidaylnn is spending some vacation time in following the graduation. this area. Criss Rathbun shopped in Gfl- Methodist and Fd., YIIE June 7 and Sat., une 8 9 P.M. - 1:30 A.M. $5 Cover Charge - 21 Years and Older Minors will be prosecuted [ Hulett, Wyo. I Mark ~L Semlek, Member D. Tschetter, Crook County Clerk CAI~ FOR BIDS The Crook County School District No. One Board of Trustees desires to receive sealed bids for: unleaded gasoline, diesel for buses, propane. coal and hauling coal for the 1996-97 fiscal year. Bid forms are available at the Superintendent's Office. 108 N 4th. P.O. Box 830, Sundance, Wyoming, 82729-0830. Bids must be received in the Superintendent's Office by I l:00 AM on Monday, June 17, 1996. The Crook County School District No. One Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive irregularities or informalities in any bid or in bidding and do not bind themselves to accepting the low bid, but rather, the bid that is in the best interest of the school district. John Moline. Jr., Chairman Board of Trustees Crook County School District Publish: June 6, 13, 1996 ABBREVIATED CALL FOR BID8 BID NO. 0418-C Notice of Call for Bids is hereby given by the State of Wyoming, Department of Environmental Quality, Abandoned Mine Lands Divi- sion, Cheyenne, Wyoming, (AML) for a general contract to Little Missouri Haul Road in Crook County, Wyoming. and designated as AML Project 24. The work on this project is anticipated to begin on September I, 1996. The esUmated cost of the Work is: Between $500,000.00 and $I,000,000.00 Sealed bids will be recelved until 2:00 P.M. MDTon the Ist day of July, 1996 at the Office of the Purchasing Administrator, Room 323E, Emerson Building, Cheyenne, WY 82002. A certified check or bid bond in the sum often percent (10%) of any bid must be filed with said bid, to be forfeited to the State of Wyoming as liquidated damages, ff the bidder is awarded the contract and fails to enter into a contract with AML. Each bidder must be pre-qualified by the Wyoming Department of Transportation prior to receiving a bid schedule from the Engineer for gravel surfacing, fence and landscaping and with a minimum pre- qualification rating of $500,000.00. A Bidders' Tour of the Project will be convened at 10:00 A.M. MDT on June 20, 1996, at Crook County Court house, Sundance, Wyoming. Notice is hereby given that attendance at the Bidder's Tour for-the Project is MANDATORY for all prospective bidders. The State will reject bids submitted from any bidder who failed to attend the Bidder's Tour. Plans. specifications and the bid form may be obtained from: Nelson Engineering, Inc. 430 South Cache Street P.O. Box 1599 Jackson, WY 83001 A deposit of $50.00 is required for one complete set of plans and specifications, fifty percent (50%} of which shall be re.funded upon return of the plans and specifications in good condition to Engineer, within fourteen (14) days after the Bid Opening. By order of: State of Wyoming Dave Welshans Principal Buyer Publish: June 6, 13 & 20, 1996 PUBLIC NOTICE June 4, 19@6 ATTENTION ALL VISTA WEST WATER USERS As a public water system supplied by a surface water source, we are required by the U.S. EPA to monitor the drinking water daily for turbidity (cloudiness) and the units of measure (NTU) must be less than or equal to 0.5 NTU in at least 95 percent of the measurements taken each month at no time exceeding 5.0 NTU. During the month of May 1996 our water system was in violation of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), because it did not meet the turbidity criteria. Ninety five percent (95%) of the measurements were not less than or equal to 0.5 NTU. The U.S. EPA sets drinking water standards and has determined that the presence of microbiological contaminants are a health concern at certain levels of exposure, if water inadequately treated, such con- tamlnants in water may cause disease. Disease symptoms may include: diarrhea, cramps, nausea, and possible Jaundice as well as headaches and fatigue. These symptoms, however, are not Just associated with disease-causing organisms in drinking water, but may also be caused by a number of factors other than your drinking water. EPA has set enforceable requirements for treating drinking water to reduce the risk of these adverse health effects. Treatment, such as filtering and disinfecting the water removesor destroys microbiological contaminants. Drinking water which is treated to meet EPA requirements is as cia d with little to none of this risk and should be considered safe. As of May 28, 1996the Vista West Public Water System was connected to the new wells, and we are now utilizing ground water rather than surface water. Therefore, turbidity will no longer be a problem in our water supply. Should you have any questions, please contact Orval Meier at 283-2050. Publish: June 6, 1996 and returned home Wednesday, M111er Creek May 29. Norman and Peggy Wolfe and Ben and Elnora Wolfe and grand- daughter, Nina Yokum, all of by Opal Casper, were Friday evening visi- tors at the home of Herman, Mar- garet and Dan White. The Wolfe June I, 1996 families camp in the Devils Tower Herman and Margaret White and area every year about this time son. Dan, attended the fellowship where they spend some vacation coffee held at the Civic Center in time. Hulett Wednesday afternoon forTlna Wood and sons, Clay, Cody the familles of Oscar Conklin fol- and Kyle were Wednesday after- lowing graves/de rites for Oscar noonvisitorsatOpalOudin'sranch held earlier in the afternoon at home as they were enroute home Alva. from Sundance. Steve and Tina Wood and three Sam Yemington was a Tuesday sons visited Thursday eveningwith overnight guest of Jeremy German Jeff Moberg at MoorcroR. and Sarah Myhre spent Friday 13o and Criss Rathbun spent one night with LynDee Garman. evening the past week at the home LynDee Garman was the honored of JackandAnnalisaLatlmerwhereguest Saturday evening when her they played some cards, family hosted a birthday supper Paul and Jean Conzelman were for her and her grandmother, Mary Tuesday afternoon visitors of Bob Garman, was a supper guest. Wyman at Opal Oudin's ranch. LynDee was l I years old. Happy Opal was attending the regularBirthday to LynDee. meeting of the Crook County Callle Hflty of Sundance spent CattleWomen when they met at Wednesday and Thursday night noon at Mo's Place. Dan Taylorwith Sarah Yemington and helped alsovlslted at Opal Oudin's later in Yemington's trail cattle to summer the allernoon, pasture Wednesday and Thurs- Mary Garman spent the Memo- day. rial weekend visiting her sister, Ross German made a trip to Ann Haberatroh, in Oshkosh, Spearfish Friday where he trans- Wl w0t d She flew there Saturday acted business. worked at the office of Sundance tatlon is extended to Equipment and Sarah spent the and associates of Ray. time visiting Callle Hilty. throughout the Opal Oudin helped the Crook tend. County CatfleWomen serve a free Rev. Karnes has roastbeefdlnnertoSeniorCitizens dance United Methodistl at the Sundance Senior Citizens since July, 1989. With his Center Friday commemorating ship, an addition to the Mother's Day which occurred in was started in May and Father's Day, June 16. in June, 1993 providing Sixty-one enjoyed the meal. facilities, multi- Sarah Yemington helped other expanded entry. band members plant trees for a His interest and rancher Saturday. Rev. Karnes out into the c Criss Rathbun attended the open nity and he was house and Cameo party Liz Gaines Sundance hosted at her insurance office in Kiwanis Club, Hulett Thursday. Criss also drove ater, and on and visited NormaHendrickson tablishing the at the home of her mother, Alva Handbell Choir. Hutchinson east of Aladdin. Herman and MargaretWhite were bring a covered dish among the many that attended the service. Drinks will be anniversary celebration honoring Merle and Evelyn Slsson on the Wade Hutc occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary held at the Sundance aboard carrier Senior Citizens Center Saturday Navy Airman Wade L aRemoon starting at 2 P.M. Con- son, son of Drew gratulations Merle and Evelyn. Hutchinson of Clint Sell of Sundance was a currently halfway Saturday overnight guest of Sam and Will Yemlngton at their ranch AdrlaUc Sea and home. aboard the aircraft Bob Wyman and Opal Oudin George Washington. transacted business in Spearfish The 1993 graduate and Sturgls Sunday and attended High School, Joined the : the 27th annual Commencement exercises of Rapid City Stevens March, 1994. High School held at the Civic Can- Hutchinson is one ter Sunday afternoon beginning at 5,000 sailors and 5 P.M. where 360 students re- the carrlerwhohelped ceived their diplomas. Jennifer peace implementation Jean Wyman, the oldest grand- Bosnia-Herzegovina. H With Dick Sackett A.M. Saturday, 8:El NEWS With Freida Dent Monday - Wednesday - Friday, 8:40 A.M. 3:10 P.M. - Wyoming News in Agriculture, M - F: This is designed exclusively for Wyoming listeners, to give farme~ "cowboy" state an in-depth review of the issues arid events Wyoming Agriculture. Feature interviews with key regularly included in this report. cottS'fRuollOH i~ (across from ,Jake's Tavern), turn soulh for one mile, Watch for signs. SATURDAY, JUNE 15 - 9 AM I TRUCK8 "8TF..P VANS "TRAILERS" BACKHOE" LOADER 1984 Calm 1845C sldd steer loader 1979 Case 580C extendahoe, "3800 t~ GMC 1/2 ton club cab 4X4 Mkup, 55,000 mllas, excel cond 1M5 Chev 1/2 pickup "2 1976 Ford 21' Oruman aluminum step vans, duals, 6 cyl engineS, I " 1972 Dodge ~ ~ 1970 IHC single axle dump truck, runs good 1972 P truck w/318 Oetrolt 1967 intl. garbage truck, good cond " 1979 Trail P gooeenei( flatbed dove tall trailer w/romps, tandem axle w/duals 1983 TS self contained travel trailer Onen 10,000 watt diesel generator mounted on 1965 40' Trallmoblls van, side door" Cushman trackstar w/bible " 19( 3-wheeler w/VW engine * 16' Amerloan Lund boat w/l,10 HP Merol w/trailer, completely mfurl~shlKI Cushman elsc golf cart, needs tmtterlas 0 dirt I~ke "Acrne 4-row potato planter * IHC 4-row potato planter 10' backhoe ripper "trailer mounted mobile acticn sign LAWN MOWERS 8HOP & HAND TOOI~ "WATER PUMP8 Arlene hyd. garden tractor, 14 hp Kohlar engine, w/mar tiller, snow btade, front, & rear hyd lift, F&R pto, chains & wheel weights, real nice, excel cond JD 206 mower" Howard 72" cut mower w/cab & 3 cylinder diesel, needs head " 8000 watt generator MCullough chainsaw w/20" bar * log buzz Wisconsin engine, mounted on trailer contractor's pickup ~:@per Goodyear 23.1 X 26 gravel tires (mount on 20" rim) " lawn mowers Wilton grinder * Wen jig saw * Douglas weVdry shop vsc " Roberts Home/Its 3 hp water pumps (385 gpm) * several o~ler water pumps boxes w/lots of hand tools " buzz saw * mandrel %power tools * air tools " mounted On HD pickup grill "shop lights wheel barrows ' 15c parts cablnet" Utility shelves "misc. OFFICE EQUIPMENT & FURNITURE 14 wood & Ideal ottlos desire * 14 metal office chairs w/casters 16 various sizes * swivel rocker "4 wood draftlng teblse ~" walnut cal~nets w/castars lots of offlee supplies Singer sewing mac~Ins large suede leetl~w pmows round wood table APPUANCE8 * AIR CONDITIONERS * HOT WATER HEATERS Castle commerofel 4 burner 8tova & oven w/grill commercial f~ commercial steam table * commercial exhaust fan filter * Amens ~Mn 3 swamp coolers * space heeter* Leer Slsglsr central elr conditioner" electric furnace 4 used elsc stoves " several gee &elec hot efficient woodbumlng stoves * built-in Magic Chef oven 2 gas cook camper gas stoves * misc. BUILDING MATERIAL8 25*flat roof trusses, 46' long 25 sheets of 1/4" opaque glass * Jcds of piumblnll I drain augers, toilets, fl~Jngs, ba~ tubs, sinks urlna/s, stainless steel sinks, New 57' X 27" & new 60" X 30" tubs, lots of boxes, flKlngs motors, lights, flood fight bulbs, entrance heads has :lamp fixtures * 12" flexible fiberglass heat ducting * triple wall stove pipe plastic shutters " large bay window " lots of mobile home parts: ttreS wtndowa, jams. trim, interior & closet doors, * I" fiat Iron bars hydrant * carpet & v~nyl flooring cedar siding "650 cement bloci~, various sizes "several ~ Au~lon~s Note: Kent King Is retting SM closing out meet of his Persian Is selling material aM equipment he no longer uses. This I~ ! mu(~4lon - Note 9 AM Mertlng time. TERMS:CASH No/FI~ Fw Aee~snls KENT KING & JON PERSIAN - OWNERS Dick & Troy Msder. Auctioneers Call (307) (1412-31182 for broch.r WELCOME, FANS TO THE 49TH ANNUAL HULETT RODEO DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Bureau of Land Management (WY-060-06-1430-01; WYW- 106581 Realty Action; Direct Sale of Public Lands; Wyoming AGENCY: Bureau of Land Management, Interior. ACTION: Notice of Realty Action, direct sale of public lands In Crook County. SUMMARY: The following public surface estate has been determined to be suitable for disposal by direct sale under SecUon 203 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act (FLPMA} of 1976, (90 STAT. 2750; 43 U.S.C. 1713). The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is required to recede fair market value for the land sold and any bid for less than fair market value will be rejected. The BLM may accept or reject any and all offers, or withdraw any land or interest in the land for sale if the sale would not be consistent with FLPMA or other applicable law. Sixth Principal Meridian Parcel Number I: T. 56 N., R. 62 W., sec. 6, lot 16. 49.26 acres Parcel Number 2: T. 56 N., R. 63 W., sec. I, lot 17. 44.83 acres Parcel Number 3: T. 57 N., l~ 62 W., sac. 30, lots 15, 16, 17; sec. 3], lot 8. 161.97 acres Parcel Number 4: T. 57 N., I~ 63W., sac. 13, NEI/4SWl/4; 40.00 acres FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Gary Johnson, Area Man- alger, Bureau of Land Management, Newcastle Resource Area, 1101 Washington Blvd., Newcastle, Wyoming 82701, 307-746-4453. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: This sale is consisteot with Bureau . of Land Management policies and the Newcastle Management Frame- work Plan. The purpose of this sale is to dispose of four Isolated parcels of public lands. The fair market values, planning document, and environmental assessment covering the proposed sale will be available for review at the Bureau of Land Management, Newcastle Resource Area, Newcastle, Wyoming. The parcels will be offered by direct sale to the adjoining private landowner. The adjoining landowner will be required to submit proof of adjoining land ownership before a bid can be accepted. The publication of this Notice of Realty Action in the Federal Register shall segregate the above public lands from appropriation under the public land laws, including the mining laws. Any subsequent applica- tion shall not be accepted, shall not be considered as flied and shall be returned to the applicant if the Notice segregates the land from the use applied for in the application. The segregative effect of this Notice will terminate upon issuance of a conveyance document, 270 days, or when a canceliatlon Notice is published, whichever occurs first. SaAe Procedures 1. All bidders must be U.S. citizens, 18 years of age or older, corpora- tions authorized to own real estate In the State of Wyoming, a state, state instrumentality or political subdivision authorized to hold prop- arty, or an entity legally capable of conveying and holding land or interests in Wyoming. 2. Sealed bidding Is the only acceptable method of bidding. A bid must be received in the Newcastle Resource Area Office by 11:00 a.m., July 24, 1996, at which time the sealed bid envelopes will be opened and the high bid announced. The bidderwill be notified in writlngwithin 30 days whether or not the BLM can accept the bid. The sealed bid envelope must be marked on the front lower leR-hand comer with the words "Public Land Sale. (W-106581), Sale held July 24, 1996." 3. All sealed bids must be accompanied by a payment of not less than 10 percent of the total bid. Each bid and final payment must be accompanied by certified check, money order, bank draft, or cashier's check made payable to: Department of the lnterior-BLM. 4. Failure to pay the remainder of the full bid price within 180 days of the sale will disqualify the bidder and the deposit shall be forfeited and disposed of as other receipts of the sale. Patent Terms and Conditions: Any patent issued will be subject to all valid existing rights. Specific patent reservations include: I. A right-of-way thereon for ditches or canals constructed by the authority of the United States pursuant to the Act of August 30, 1890 (43 U.S.C. 945). 2. All minerals will be reserved to the United States, together with the right to prospect for, mine, and remove the minerals. A more detailed description of this reservation, which will be incorporated into the patent document, is available for review at the BLM Newcastle Resource Area Office. 3. EXCEPTING AND RESERVING TO THE UNITED STATES: archaeological resources within the land described as: NWI/4 of lot 15, NWl/4 of lot 17, sac. 30; NEI/4 of lot 8, sac. 31, T. 57 N., I~ 62 W., Sixth Principal Meridian, together with the right of ingress, egress, and temporary occupancy needed to identify, monitor, preserve, protect, mitigate, and remove any archaeological resources within or from the described property. Such right may be exercised by the United States or by any person or organization expressly authorized by the United States to conduct archaeological resource investigations on the de- scribed property. For a period of 45 days from the date of this notice published in the Federal Register, interested parties may submit conunents to the BLM, District Manager, Casper District Office, 1701 East "E" Street, Casper, Wyoming 82601. Any adverse comments will be evaluated by the State Director. who may vacate or modify this realty action and issue a final determlnaUon. In the absence of any action by the State Director, this realty action will become final. Don L Hinrichsen District Manager Dated: May 14. 1996 Publish: May 30; June 6. 13. 1996 specifications on the Little Missouri RIver County Road #200. lette Friday and took Randy will be honored NOTICE OF APPLICATION Abe Knapp, AML, Albert Nelson, Nelson Engineering, and Kenny Rathbun to lunch. She also vislted FOR Rathbun, Be arlodge. Ltd., reviewed with the Board, a traffic control plan at the home of Don and Melody The Rev. Lowell Karnes, TRANSFER OF LOCATION OF RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 2 day of May, 1996 Buffalo Jump on the Lltfle Missouri RIver County Road #200 project. Hamm and baby Lexi enroute Sundance United Tina Wood, Clerk of District Court, requested maintenance on Hulett home. Church for the past sev~ Saloon, Inc. dba Royal Club & Buffalo Jump Saloon filed an application County Road #37. Be and Crlss Rathbun were Men-will be honored Saturdayi foraTransferofLocaUonofRetaiILiquorLlcenseintheofllceoftheClerk ThemeetingadJoumedatl0:10o'clocka.m. to meet ln regular session day aRemoon visltors at the home Junel5,withac;trry- of the County of Crook for the following described place and premises, on June 4, 1996 at 8:00 o'clock a.m., in the Commissioner's Room at the of Kenny, Denise, Elaina and special program. The to-wlt: A building approximately 40'X100 with dispensing area along Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming. Chesney Rathbun. the south wail. N I/2NWl/4 of Section 32, T53N R60W of the 6th P.M., Major F. Miller, Chairman The Bob Yemington family were and is sponsored Crook County, Wyoming and protests, if a~y there be, against the Alan Roberts, Vice-Chairman allinSundanceFridaywhereMary Methodist Church.