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Miller sald geological studies in- dlcate that the new roadway will have to be moved approximately I00 feet into the hill to get the entire roadway relocated behind the slide plane currently moving. Work will also consist of reshaping and reclaiming the outer edge of the slide area. One project currently underway covers 10 miles of 1-90 from Sun- t {l~b) NorUn, Nswustle, has announe~ bls ~nM~ for Senate Mtrtct # 1. R~u~dng the d~JMon to run he said, ~unpaigning will be the hard part, Said, '"Fhis wUI be a campaign of issues and positions. To sort of talk which inevitably arises in a race such as me state I will not be running against Bm Barton. While great philosophical differences between myself, a j m~Jority Republimm party, Bill and I will, in fact, for the same position." dance east with DRM of Glllette the contractor. Work covers removing broken concrete slabs and replac- ing with new concrete.. The Job will be completed in one month. Set to start is a project on 1-90 from Sundance west to Coal Di- vide. Emulsified Asphalt will be the contractor. Miller said two-way traffic will be in effect on the eastbound lane while the westbound lane is rebuilt. Work will consist of taking up the existing pavement and replacing with new and recycled pavement. Bridge work will include overlays, approach slabs and curbs. The roadway will be widened into the median and new drainage and fill work will be done in the median. Miller said work on the westbound lane is expected to be completed about mid-August with two-way tl-afllc switched to the westbound lane with similar work then being performed on the eastbound lane. The project is expected to be completed by late fall and Miller said single-lane traffic will be In effect an summer for 1-90 from Sundanee to Coal Divide. He sa/d all striping, signing and traffic barrels will be in place to remind travelers of twoway traffic. In related work, the ramps at the West Sundance 1-90 interchange will be rebuilt to meet current de- sign standards. Miller said the initial project on the reconstruct/on of Wyoming 24 east from Hulett to the South Da- kota state line win be let in late The readings: Highs Lows Prec. June 6 85 51 0 June 7 71 56 0 June 8 60 45 .25 June 9 65 38 0 June I0 69 41 0 June I I 78 47 0 June 12 75 50 0 OIrb Otato dolesatoe fl~un Oundanee sml Hulett m shown with S~tary of State Xathy Karpan d~ng this ymtr'e owmt hdd June ~11 at NozCh- west Cellege in 1~wsll. Shown left to ~ght are: back row - Moon Jarvis, summer. The proJectwill conslstof 8undanee, eleeted fire ehief cf her city; Jenny complete reconstruction of the h/ghwayfromJusteastofHulettto Broken leg Alva. He said the contract will be sidelines Symonds let in time to allow the contractor to construct fence, do clearmg and in bronc riding start preparations for drainage and,. earthwork. This project wln be Cliff Symonds, Sundance, who has led the Wyoming High School Rodeo Bronc Riding most of the current season, received a badly broken leg at the Douglas High School Rodeo held on June II when his second re-ride home fell with him. The injury will keep Cliff out of the state finals on June" 22-26. completed in late fan of 1995, Other upcoming projects: I. WTD last week opened bids for a new bridge over the Belle Fourche River at MooreroR on Highway 5 I. The old steel truss bridge will bel taken down and replaced with a steel and concrete structure. (Cont. on PNJo 2) : t Crook county horsemen to meet The Crook County Horseman's Association will hold its next meeting June 22 at the Lazy Y Steakhouse starting at 7:30 p.m. ***************************************************************************** Christian Women to meet in Hulett The Crook County Christian Women's Club will meet June 23 in the Hulett Civic Center from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The theme is "In the Nick of Time" and those on the program are Wanda Jahnig, Josie Pearson, Aladdin and Linda Tate, Arvada, CO. For reservations call Mary Barbour, 467-5740, KIm Hearn, 283-2172; or Malka Bestel, 756-9330. ***************************************************************************** Chamber of Commerce to meet The Sundance Chamber of Commerce meeting will be at 7 p.m. Monday, June 20 at the Crook County Library. $$$*$$8805005.$$$$.005$0"8.$**$*$805.$$$*$$$@$$$$$0005.*~*$**$**$*$*$**$$$8.8 Republican Women set Saturday meeting The Crook County Republican Women will meet at 12 noon on Saturday, June 18 at the Devils Tower KOA. State president Linda Norms will be the guest speaker. ***************************************************************************** CattleWomen to serve beef on Friday Crook County CatfleWomen will serve a free "Beef for Father's Day" dinner for seniors at the Sundance Senior Citizens Center on Friday, June 17, at noon in place of the regularly scheduled menu. ***************************************************************************** Moorcroft immunization clinic set The MoorcroR Public Health ImmunizaUon clinic will be held on June 21 from I-4 p.m. at the MoorcroR Clinic. Senior Center sets events The schedule for the Sundance Senior Center is: Friday, June 17 - 12 noon, special Father's Daydinner byCrook County CatfleWomen for the seniors; 12:45 p.m. program on Cons and Frauds; Friday, June 24 - 12:45 p.m. dietician on Five-a-Day; 2 p.m. birthday coffee. The menu for June 17 will be hamburger, potato salad, etc. Swinuning lessons planned Swimming lessons have been scheduled from July 6-19 and July 25- Aug. 5 at the municipal swimming pool. Registration forms are available at the pool or city hall. Lessons will be $25 per child. Cost of pool passes: ~ and under, $32.50; ages ~3-18, $42,50; adults t9-61, $46.50; 62 and ~r, $39.50; family pass, $85; and daily pass per person, $I.50. $$$~$$$05.*@@$$@*$*.018555000.00$0$$&$$$***@8555505$8800~*.8$*.0.$*0.@*$*.05" Public meeting set by G&F The Game and Fish encourages lhunters and other interested par- ties to attend the upcoming public meeting discussing 1994 water- fowl and mourning dove hunting seasons, furbearer trapping sea- sons, and the mountain lion and black bear hunting seasons for 1994 and the spring of 1995. The meeting will begin at 7 P.M. Tuesday, June 21 at the Game and Fish office in Casper. All public input will be considered In estab- lishlng the proposed seasons. If unable to attend, written com- ments on the proposed seasons will be accepted through June 24 by writing: Wildlife Division, Wyo- ming Game and Fish Department, Cheyenne, WY 82006. The state of Wyoming supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. Anyone requiring auxiliary alds for this meeting should contact the Casper Game and Fish office. Ev- ery effort will be made for reason- able accommodations. eum~ Wulett, deetion b~rd~d~; w.t~]r~ean and Tara Ooo4wln, ISuadance, eleeted eounty eeurt Judge: front row - Angeht H~iar, 8undance, eleetien beard elerk: and Jennifer Moore, Hulett, eity engineer who mn for state treasurer but was defeated in the general eleetion. Cliff was also second in the nation in Little Britches Bronc Riding. Cliff is recuperating at home In Sundanee where his leg will be in a cast for eight weeks. Hulett fellowship event scheduled The second annual Fellowship of the Christian Athlete Cowboy Chapter will be July 7, 1994 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Hulett RodeoAren~ The admission charge is to stay for the Fellowship after supper. There will be a free lunch for anyone who prereglsters by July I, 1994. A potluck supper will be held from 5:00 to 6:30 and every- one is welcome. Buffalo burgers will be served at the supper. According to information from the sponsors, kids 6 and under are Invited to take their stick horses along. The Fellowship is sponsored by J.O. McDonald and fami~and Mike Noflin and family. For more infor- mation call Rhoda McDonald at 307-467-5547.