"
Newspaper Archive of
The Sundance Times
Sundance, Wyoming
Lyft
June 16, 1994     The Sundance Times
PAGE 6     (6 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 6     (6 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 16, 1994
 

Newspaper Archive of The Sundance Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




PAJn,B ~ S~B ~ JUNE Xe, IO~M, PROC]W3)INGIJ OF TH~ BOARD OF COUNTY COM]UBS~[ONRRIJ AT THE COURTHOUSE IN 8UlqDA~CE, CROOK COUNTY, IrFOMING. "l~eday, Juo 7, 1004 8:00 o'clock a.m. Present for the regular meeting were Major F. Miller, Chairman, Perry Livingston, Vice Chairman, Raymond L. Dennis, Member and Eva J. Rush, Country Clerk. Dave Beaton, Executive Group, presented the audit and answered questions for the audit done for county offices on personnel manuals, Job applications, etc. Present were Susan Redding, Assessor, Nancy Rosenti- Zinda, Museum, Minn/e Williams, Library, Elvin Rush, Road and Bridge, Charlotte Mellott, Clerk of Court, Crtston Mellott, Sheriff, Dick Sacketh Custodian, Karen Glover, Treasurer, Joseph Baron, Attorney and Patty Allen, Extension Service. Discussion was held on the aud/t. Major left at 9:00 for an appointment, he returned at 9:35. Sue Fuhrmann came In to ask If it was ok to buy an exam table for the County Health Nurse, they have the money in their budget. She was given the ok. Tom Collins came in to say "hi". Vic Worthington came in to say "hr'. The following bills were presented for payment: Employees wages Col. Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Crook Co. Employee Health Benefit Trust Crook Co. Employee Health Benefit Trust Crook Co. Employee Health Benefit Trust Sundance State Bank Sundance State Bank Sundance State Bank Wy Deferred Comp. Wy Retirement System Wy Retirement System Wy Retirement System Wy Retirement System Add Telecommunications Division Patty A. Allen Amcon Distributing Bear Lodge Motel Black Hills Copiers, Inc. Brad Ragan, Inc. Campbell County School District Carter's Plumbing & Heating City of Sundance City of Sundance cWk Boardman CaUaghan CMT Services Larry R. Cole Randy R. Cole Rex ~ Cole Victor H. Cole Country Cottage Barb Coy Crook County Med. Serv. District Crook Co. Treasurer Crook Co. Weed & Pest CRS, Inc. Crum Electric Supply Culverts & Industrial Supply Co. Dakota Business Center Decker~s Food Center ., Raymond L. Dennis Division of Workers' Compensation Dept. ofAdministratlon & Information Department of Emp. Henry Dickinson Dillon Hardware Discovery Computing Inc. Jan Dobson Wavte J. Donaldson Energy Electric Co. Gayla Eppler Farmers Co-op Federal Signal Corp. Mark Fergen Fort Union Coal Co. Mike Frolander Sue Fuhrmann Gene Gade Gill Oil Co., Inc. Karen G. Glover Goodell Refrigeration Rolland Hartman Haven Bar & Grill Hillside Pharmacy Hol/day Inn Hulett EMS Hulett Hardware IBM Corporation IBM Corporation James M. Peck Steve B. Jordan K & H Construction Knecht True Value Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Lenzes Printing Leslie's Standard Kaycee's Perry Livingston Major F. Miller Moorcroft Leader Moorcroft Sinclair North Pole Locker Northern Wy Mental Health Center Northern Hydraulics Carol A. O'Brysn Outlaw Inn Pennington County Sheriff Penny Saver Med. Supply Pitney Bowes, Inc. Plainsman Printing, Inc. Positive Promotions * Marlys J. Proctor Quality Hardware Queens Commercial Spraying R&L Machine Range Telephone Coop Regional Supply Center RMRS System Robert's Machine Robert's Repair Rtmdquist & Hard, P.C. Elvin Rush Servall Sharps' Hardware Shepard's McGraw-Hill Smith Auto Marlette Snoozy Springhouse Direct State of Wyoming Summit Medical Supply Sundance Appliance Sundance Cable "IV Sundance Equipment Sundance Rating Systems Sundance State Bank Sundance Texaco SWCS Ted's Service Tendalre Industries The Sundance Tlmes The Travelers Town of Hulett Tracy Motor Co. Tr/-County Electric Truck & Industrial Supply OP m'r.L Insurance Health Insurance Health Insurance Health Insurance Withholding Social Security Social Security Deferred compensaUon Insurance Insurance Retirement Retirement Telephone Expenses Supplies Lodging Copy Machine expense Tires Supplies Parts Water, sewer, garbage Landfill, ambulance Subscription Fire extinguisher inspection Royalty on gravel Royalty on Smvel Royalty on gravel Royalty on gravel Supplies Expenses Prisoner meals, supplies Postage, filing fee Weed spray 1993 Supplement for DCED Bulbs Bands Supplies Supplies Expenses Workers compensation Batch processing Workers compensation Royalty on gravel Supplies UPS Mileage Royalty on gravel Material Expenses Fuel, repairs Supplies Supplies Coal Mileage Po,~e Expenses Fuel Expenses Repairs Parts for Intercom Gas Supplies Lodging Ambulance Supplies Computer Maintenance Legal services Gas reimbursement Gravel crushing Material Law library Stationery Alignment Supplies Expenses Expenses Publishing Off, gas Supplies Funding Tools, pumps Court reporter Lodging Inmate transport Supplies Postage machine Supplies Suppl/es Expenses Suppl/es Spray shooting range Repa~ Telephone Dry ink Postage Repairs Repa~s Ramp Expenses Suppl/es Supplies IAw library Repa~ Expenses Educational tape Health nurse mileage Supplies Supplies Cable TV-Jail Parts Computer services Sheriff vehicle leases Repa~s Subacrlption Repairs, fuel Dump body vibrator Publishing Disability Insurance Foam for Repairs, part. Electricity Parts 66380.51 AMOUNT AMOUNT 331.89 331.89 5736.71 5736.71 1930.06 1930.06 8277.45 8277.45 7146.61 7146.61 7374.27 7374.27 7374.22 7374.22 1222.50 1222.50 54.00 54.00 36.00 36.00 6182.82 6182.82 5406.14 5406.14 804.30 804.30 243.57 243.57 575.26 575.26 30.00 30.00 63.10 63.10 2201.77 2201.77 852.35 552.35 37.86 37.86 236.43 236.43 2250.00 2250.00 79.88 79.88 211.00 211.00 31.59 31.59 31.59 31.59 31.59 31.59 474.11 474.11 8.00 8.00 771.14 771.14 4910.74 4910.74 41.27 41.27 27.30 27.30 50.00 50.00 172.50 172.50 I00.00 100.00 131.81 131.81 68.51 68.51 317.18 317.18 163.56 163.56 135.14 135.14 1406.87 1406.87 94.81 94.81 462.22 462.22 29.86 29.86 182.85 182.85 94.81 94.81 85.68 85.68 99.00 99.00 2160.26 21C:~6 14.75 14.75 10.00 10.00 161.03 161.03 14.26 14.26 197.00 197.00 164.61 164.61 3221.28 3221.28 241.57 241.57 385.14 385.14 40.45 40.45 13.11 13.11 27.35 27.35 66.00 66.00 750.00 750.00 112.06 112.06 8118.59 8118.59 25.73 25.73 280.00 280.00 43.45 43.45 52670.00 52670.00 67.71 67.71 691.70 691.70 60.00 60.00 30.00 30.00 336.32 336.32 79.13 79.13 144.37 144.37 133.60 133.60 36.16 36.16 56.55 56.55 2250.00 2250.00 1123.70 1123.70 86.04 86.04 103.80 103.80 300.00 300.00 19.90 19.90 198.75 198.75 3184.70 3184.70 112.15 112.15 29.70 29.70 606.38 606.38 I00.00 I00.00 907.24 907.24 1517.49 1517.49 447.89 447.89 5000.00 5000.00 150.67 150.67 392.94 392.94 30.81 30.81 37.73 37.73 56.00 ~ 56.00 152.19 152.19 461.20 461.20 464.21 464.21 158.74 158.74 43.45 43.45 149.76 149.76 86.23 86.23 29.50 29.50 35.75 35.75 843.63 843.63 400.00 400.00 1639.49 1639.49 8~71 85.71 39.00 39.00 258.65 258.65 546.21 546.21 639.98 639.98 237.17 237.17 393.75 393.75 1066.23 1066.23 2159.74 2159.74 47.97 47.97 Two Way Radio Service Repairs 1263.50 Postmaster Box rent 32.75 U.S. West Telephone 86.82 Uniforms Unlimited Uniforms 918.08 US West Direct Cheyenne Directory 8.95 :ViSA 'Expenses 1046.06 Wal Mart Supplies 66.78 West Publishing Corp. Law library 325.75 West River Audio Visual Repairs 80.00 West Tlre & Alignment Tires 885.40 Western Farm Bureau Service Reclamation bond 250.00 Western Fire Equip. Co., Inc. Drx-a Foam 1065.00 Western Stationers Supplies 17.20 Chrlstina I~ Wood Expenses 6.91 Wy Law Enforcement Academy School 325.00 Jeanne L. Wyatt Expenses 37.52 Wy Machinery Co. Parts 4464.97 Wy State Forestry Division Parts 55.25 Xerox Corporation Lease 140.99 Xerox Corporation Copy ctg. 362.00 Total 243, Lloyd Rolf stopped in to see if Elvin was here. Raymond moved to accept the following county collections: Clerk of Distrlct Court ................................................... $ 203.75 County Clerk ................................................................. $ 7546.00 Health Nurse ................................................................. $22840.38 Sheriff. .......................................................................... $ 715.00 Perry seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Jeanette Smith came in to pick up an application form for the boards. Perry leR at 11:30 for an appointment, returned at 11:45. Joseph Baron, County Attorney, went over several items. Raymond moved to sign the Joint Powers Agreement with Campbell and Weston County, all ayes, motion carried. The meeting adjourned for lunch. : I:00 o'clock p.m. All present. Elvin Rush, Road and Bridge Supt. gave his monthly report. Jim Gels came in to see about gravel on the Upper Oak Creek Road. Doris Vore came in to talk about the rural addressing system, she would like to have the name the Bergland Canyon Road, # I 0, aka Bergland Road to Moskee, # 13A, aka Black Butte Clark Road, she would like to have it called the Reynolds Road as everyone in that neighborhood also asked about getting a catflegate in the road west of the mail box. 2:30 o'clock p.m. Perry moved to transfer $I0,000.00 from Cash Reserve to the Miscellaneous County Health Insurance due to an expenditure made to Crook County Employee Benefit Trust for a J in funds, there were no written or oral objections, Raymond seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Ethel Foster and Joanne Rich came in to see about getting some work done on because of illness In the family, a nurse needs to get In there everyday. Raymond moved to accept the following tax rebate: Michael D. & Patricla L. Leslie ........................................ $40.91 Perry seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Cherl Koehn came in to see about purchasing gravel from the County for the Humphrey Road. Raymond moved to award the following scholarships: Tami Mlchele Tinken-MooreroR Elliott C.J. Heilman-Sundance Jodl L. Willey-Hulett Darbl N. Dark-Renewal Misty Rachelle Palmer-Alternate Stacey Anne MacDonald-Alternate Jeromy James Humes-Alternate Amanda B. Crawford-Alternate Perry seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Adjourned at 5:00 o'clock p.m. Wednesday, June 8, 19@4 8:00 o'clock a.m. All present. Ellen Drlskill came in to ask for permission to have fireworks the 4th of July at Devils moved to grant permission, Raymond seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Perry moved to delay action on the Hay Creek Road #31 until further research can be obtained, seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Perry moved to appoint The Sundance Tlmes as the official newspaper for the next year, Raymond all ayes, mot/on carried. VIc Worthington came in to visit. Adjourned for lunch. 1:00 o'clock p.m. All present. Joseph Baron, County Attorney, came In to discuss several items. Na~ c~.~B~enU-Zinda, M~U~ He up to discuss the State Retirement program, she adso asked i for the:bathroOrh In the basement: .... " Joe and Virginia Engelhaupt came in to discuss where they could get treated timbers for Texaco's petit/on for rebate #469 & 470, 94-91, is denied, based upon findings of facts and law established during discussion and research on the case. Executive session called at 2:00 p.m., back into regular session at 2:25 p.m. Perry moved to make the following Board appointments: Weed & Pest Board ............................................ Allien Spangler-Unexpired term Library Board .................................................... Jeanette Smith Mary Yemington Museum Board .......... " ...................................... Stan Cliver Evelyn HeJde Promotion Board ............................................... Judy Brengle Raymond seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Gene Gade, County Agent, came in to go over his budget request. ~e culvert in the Fenema Road #132, will have to be replaced and the traffic will have to reroute will be no detour. Construction to proceed immediately. Mary Jane and Bill Dunbar came in to discuss the Subdivision Rules as it related to Beulah. The meeting adjourned'to meet again in regular session July 5, 1994 at 8:00 o'clock a.m. Major F. Miller, Chairman Perry Livingston, Vice A~ Raymond L. Dennis, Member Eva J. Rush, County Clerk ]l llll Ill l I by Elaine Clark Jessie (Partlow) Wilson, former arearesident, passed awayon June 10 at Wilmington, Del. She is survived by two sisters, Iva Sher- rard of Sundance and Edna Prestes of Dunning, Neb. Services were held on Tuesday at I I:00 a.m. at Wilmington. David Peterson is a patientat Lookout Memorial Hospital in Spearfish at this writing. He hopes to be home during the week. Last Monday David and Anna Peterson were aRemoon visitors of Sam and Alice Lappe. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Beagle of Elks, NV visited his father, Tom Beagle, grandmother, Margaret Beagle, and other family members in Sundance, Sheridan and Casper before returning home. Doris Vore and Myron and Mar- Jorie Goodson drove to Belle Fourche last Thursday where they enjoyed dinner with Dorothy French. Dot Gregson and MarJorie Good- son attended the four states con- vention of Beta Sigma Phi at Casper Friday to Sunday. Ron and Mary Pulse of Cheyenne visited friends in Sundance last week on their way to Minnesota. George and Beverly Peterson motored to Lander on Thursday and returned on Friday bringing theft son, Dallas, home for an ex- tended visit. George Peterson entered Lookout Memorial Hospital Monday for emergency surgery. He should be home in three or four days. Nubs and Norma Bernd attended "Fan Pastics" at Black Hills play house on Saturday afternoon. Pete and Delores Chevrette spent from May 18 to June 10 visiting relatives and friends at various places to the east. They attended a wedding at Minneapolis, visited at the Upper Peninsula of Michigan before going to Chicago to visit with their daughter and family. Their grandchildren, Sarah and Arthur Schroeder of Vernon Hills, IL returned home with them to spend three weeks. The Crook County CatfleWomen will serve a free "Beef for Father's Day" dinner for senior citizens on Friday, June 17 at noon in the Sundance Senior Citizens Center in place of the regular scheduled menu. Merle and Evelyn Sisson attended the 60th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mills on Sunday. Ervle and Lydia Hogan enjoyed breakfast at the Log Cabin on Sunday morning and had dinner at the senior center at noon. Sam Hogan telephoned his par- ents, Ervle and Lydia Hogan from Germany during the week. He and his family will be returning to the states September 1. Jim and Vickie Clark and Amber and Straitor and Elaine Clark at- tended the ranch auction of Bud and Josephine Jones 27 miles north east of Newell on Saturday. The Jones' will be permanently residing in Sundance after July I. Leland and Ann Baker and Straltor and Elaine Clark were dinner guests of Spike and Betty Olson at their home on Sunday noon. Les and Donna Waugh and Jen- nifer Vineyard attended a high school rodeo at Douglas over the weekend. Jennifer successfully participated in the roping competition. On turn trip they castle to visit Buer and children who have Newcastle and are painting. They also Mark and Cindy Duca dren and and children. Summer special trips slated for senior canters Special summer were recently introduced nior center on the s/on Trsin. The plan will enable seniors to ence an exciting Journey the Centennial Valley on Tuesdays or throughout the summer. The substantiall3 of $ groups of 45 or more. In the Old ( a $4.95 lunch special to the groups. Departing from ruing and heading due the Centennial Valley. makes a one hour stop in torical gold mining town~ tennial From there, the train the high country through fill pine forests to the tuna polnt of Lake Owen at an of over 9,000 feet. The comfortable have access to open-air for 360 graph For reservations or mation, call (307] 582-7245.