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Page 6- Thursdav. , June 24, 2010 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times Local delegates have active Girls State Three Girls State Delegates from Sun- dance attended the 68th session of Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary Wyoming Girls State held on the campus of Northwest College, in Powell on June 5-11. Karleen Cooper was elected Fireman and appointed as the State Mine Inspector. Elizabeth Streib was elected Police Officer, Postal Clerk and appointed as a Judge of the Circuit Court. Haley Wadley was elected City Clerk, Elec- tion Judge, Senate Committee Chairman and Judge of the District Court. Upon arrival to the program, girls are assigned to "cities", where they live during their residence at Girls State. During the program, which is operated in accordance with the basic laws of the state of Wyoming, girls elect their own city, county and state officials and learn the duties of the various offices; introduce and pass their own bills in their own legislature; make and enforce ordinances regulating their cities; and, manage their own police force to adminis- ter justice. Every student holds a definite, integral role in the functions of Girls State. The program indudes guest speakers from Gov. Freudenthal, state legislatures and ju- dicial branches of government, and military members learning their perspectives of the processes and operations. A recreational program complements the main program, and includes aTalent Show. Girls attending Girls State are expected to have a cheerful attitude, a cooperative spirit and a willing- hess to have fun. Girls State offers a myriad of opportuni- ties to experience government first-hand as a citizen, as a voter, as a candidate, as an official, as a policy maker, as a friend. The Girls State program emphasizes the importance of government in modern life and educates young women in the duties, privileges, rights, and responsibilities of American Citizenship. It awakens a sincere conviction that awell informed, intelligent, participating citizenry is vital to protect and preserve our American institutions and our democracy. These goals are achieved by actual participation in a simulation of the political and governmental process. This Week at Your Library By Jill Maek MAKE A SPLASH READ! Sum- mer Reading Program through July 2. TOTALLY TUBING TUES- DAYS with activities for second through sixth graders at 2:15 p.m. RIDE THE WAVES WEDNESDAYS for second through sixth grad- ers at 3:15 p.m. WATER WORKS WEDNESDAYS with stories and crafts for preschool through first graders at 10:30 a.m. MOVIE MADNESS THURSDAYS for all ages at 1 p.m. Special events - SUNDANCE CREEK CLEANUP on Monday, June 28, 1:30-4:30 p.m.; meet at the library at 1:30 p.m.; must have a signed permis- sion slip. BOAT RACES AIX)NG SUNDANCE CREEK for second through sixth graders, Wed., June 30, 3:15 p.m.; must have signed permission slip. BILL ROS- SITER PROGRAM IN HULETT, Thursday, July 1, meet at library at 9 a.m., bring sack lunch, and must have signed permission slip. CEMETERY WALK at Mt. Moriah Cemetery - come explore with us and learn the history of some of our former city mayors and county officialsl Thursday, July 1, 7 p.m., meet at the entrance to Mt. Moriah. If you need a ride please give us a call - we'd be glad to provide one! LIBRARY CLOSED on Monday, July 5. Have a Happy Fourth of July weekend! CROOK COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD meets every first Wednesday after the first Tuesday of each month (usu- ally). Location rotates between the libraries in Sundance, Moorcroff, and Hulett. Meetings open to the public. LUNCH BUNCH BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP meets ev- ery third Thursday at 11:30 eum. For June they are reading "River of Heaven " by Lee Martin. New members welcome at any time. THURSDAY NIGHT READERS BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP has finished for the season and will resumein September. SUNDANCE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY meet every second Tuesday at 11 a.m., new members always welcome. Major projects include the annual book sale, Valentine's bake sale, and Open House luncheon. Online Resources: TIMELINE BROWSE (via Encyclopedia Bri- tannica Online). Trace selected topics (ecology, art, medicine, tech- nology, science, sports) through history. Accessible from any library computer or from your home com- puter through the library's web- page at will.state.wy.us/crook Wyoming Room: A WINDOW TO THE WORLD: THE FIRST 100 YEARS OF THE NATRONA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY by Walter R. Jones. PHOTOGRAPH- CHRISTINA "TINA" WOOD CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT EXPERIENCE THAT COUNTS *151A Years as Crook County Clerk of District Court *Prompt, Knowledgeable and Friendly Service * Providing Ethical and Practical Leadership *Accountable to the Residents of Crook County I Weuld Appreciate Yow Vete in the August ff Primaryl Paid for b) candidate k__ [LE/E [d[ND ME n "THE SUNDANCE KID, The Life of Harry Alons Longabaush" I I/. Ikmm= B. Ernst Name Sendm,  [ Address coplet at '32" + sSm $+H par book C ST mp Total s I Please make chock payable to: I OMNI DISTRIBUTING, PO BOX 310, SUNDAHCE, WY 82729 I ALSO AVAILABLE ATTHE SUNOANCE TIMES OFFICE / illlmmmmm  miimmmm IImJ ING MONTANA 1894-1928 by Donna M. Lucey. The life and work of Evelyn Cameron. New Fiction: MICHAL by Jill Ei- leen Smith. She's in love with her father's worst enemy - will it cost her everything? ABIGAIL by Jill Smith, continuing the rich story of the wives of King David. Turm oil marked her life -what price must she pay for love? FLIPPING OUT by Marshall Karp. Nora Bannister is a bestseUing mystery novelist who buys rundown houses in L./E - it seems a lot of people are willing to pay a lot of money to live in a real house where a fictional character has died a violent death... CAT OF THE CENTURY by Rita Mac Brown and Sneaky Pie Brown. Harry and her sleuthing casts must catch a killer determined to turn a birth- day party into a funeral. THINK TWICE by Lisa Scottoline. Bennie must face the twisted truth that she is more like her twin sister than she could have ever imag- ined. THE EXECUTOR by Jesse KeUerman. Joseph is in a tough spot for a philosopher to be in, and he's ready to give up when an ad in the local paper catches his eye... A MIGHTY FORTRESS by David Weber. The Group of Four has decreed their destruction, but through Merlin Athrawes and a handful of extraordinary human beings, they are about to discover just how potent the power of hu- man freedom trulyis. TRAP DOOR by Sarah Graves. The body Jake and Ellie find dangling at the endofa {dpe in a h-lt man's barn throws a Wrench into all their plans- big-time THE SILENT GIFT by Michael Landon Jr. and Cindy Kelley. How can a young boy who cannot communicate provide com- fort and direction to seekers who learn of his special ability... 9TH JUDGMENT by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. Detective IAnd- say Boxer chases a jewel thief, a murderous movie star, and a killer with a vendetta against women and children. New Non-fiction: THE BURMA ROAD by Donovan Webster. Epic sto W of the China-Burma-India Theater in World War II. 1000 DOLLARS & AN IDEA: ENTRE- PRENEUR TO BILLIONAIRE by Sam Wyly. New Young Adult: MY SOUL TO KEEP by Rachel Vincent. Kaylee and Nash have to cut offthe source of a super-addictive substance and protect their friends. New Junior Nonfiction: RODEO BULL RIDERS by Lynn Stone. EMERGENCY VEHICLES: AMBU- LANCE by Chris Oxlade. New Junior Fiction: LONE WOLF by Kathryn Lasky. Abandoned by his pack, a baby wolf with a mysterious mark on his deformed paw survives and embarks on a journey that will change the world of the wolves of The Beyond. New Easy Readers: GIANT OC- TOPUS TO THE RESCUE by Alison Inches. THE GREAT ROAD- RUNNER RACE by Sarah Willsma. A GAME OF HIDE-AND-SEEK by Tennant Redbank. THE GREAT FAIRY RACE by Tennant Red- bank. New Picture Books: LMNO PEAS by Keith Baker. Meet the peas - the alphabet peas! And get ready to roU through the ABCs. PUNX- SUTAWNEY PHYLLIS by Susanna Leonard Hill. Although she can predict the weather much better than the boys in her family, no one thinks that Phyllis the groundhog has a chance of replacing the aging Punxsutawney Phill when Groundhog Day's official ground- hog retires. BHSU announces spring 2010 graduates More than 400 were candi- dates for spring 2010 gradu- ation at Black Hills State University. Crook County students among the graduates were: William Telsrow, Aladdin, Bachelor of Science in ,F-t.uy cation ......... Toni Neiman, Hulett, Master of Science, Curriculum and Instruction Jennifer Adams, Sundance, Bachelor of Science in Educa- tion, Elementary Education, Special Education Meloney Humphrey, Sun- dance, Bachelor of Science in Education, Art Darcy Lenz, Sundance, Bachelor of Science in Edu- cation, Elementary Educa- tion, Cum Laude (3.5 to 3.699 GPA) Michelle Ramsey, Sundance, Bachelor of Science in Educa- tion, Elementary Education, Special Education Local student named to USF Dean's list Ray Moore of Sundance was named to the Dean's list at the University of Sioux Falls for the 2010 spring semester. To qualify for the Dean's list, a student must achieve a se- mester grade point average of 3.5 or greater on a 4.0 scale. The University of Sioux Falls is a four-year Christian liberal arts university offering 34 un- dergraduate programs, 7 pre- professional programs and 7 graduate programs. Sundance Junior/Senior High School Honor Rolls Seniors Austin Jacob Altaffer Samuel Luke Bethea Kayla LeAnn Butts Stephanie Lynn Cross Kirksey Carsilynn Dodd Cory William Drenflaw Kylie Elizabeth Hughes Kelly Rene O'Connor Kristina Lynn Ramos Zackary Arthur Rosencranz Jonathan Clarence Shamion Katrina Joye Smith Wade Richard Stagemeyer Matthew Graham Viergets Juniors Kimberly Sue Brouillette Karleen Elizabeth Cooper Cody Lee Galloway Forrest Chancey Holso Amanda Jane Julian Tyler Lee Jundt Taylor Mac Materi McKayla Nicole Miller Reed Joshua Moore BobbiJo Krislyn Queen William Bonnee Shipp Erica Jo VanVeldhuizen Megan Lee VanVetdhuizen Haley Ann Wadley Holly Evelyn Williamson Lauren Elise Wilson Sophomores Jeremy Cheyenne Glen Ad- aln$ Brianna Lynn Bankenbush Raena Coraleigh S Bush Adam Fenwick Croft Dalton Tyler Cross Brooke Tyler Ingalls Allison Marie Kerkvliet Trevor Wayne Keyworth Ashley Katherine Klocker Robin Janel Moore Shannon Joe Morris Zeb William Rosencranz Kyle Robert Shamion DahlTheresa Valdon Katie MicheUe Wagaman Quarter 4 Sabrina Elizabeth Whalen Derek Logan Yeadon Freshmen ShyAnne Autumn Blake Kory LeRoy Butts Mallory Koerner Cross Logan Jon Fossen Kayman Daniel Martens Jeri Lynn Morris Kara Marie Mouat SaraAnn Nicole Ramos Mandee Leann Stutzman Clay Alan Trewhella Ryan Wayne Williamson Kellen William Wilson Eighth Grade Cayla Jolene Chelsy Adams Taylor James Bjornestad Caleb Allen Bush Krista Jean Drentlaw Tanayah Ann Maria Eschedor Giovanna Clara Julian Kacie Erin O'Connor Trent Corwyn Peplow Morgan Hadley Russell Skye Ryan Seeley Jamie Michelle Sigel Benjamin J. Stoddard Eden Rose Valdon Jace Wise Walker Seventh Grade Isaac Samuel Brown Austin Matt Burgad Kylee Ruth Crum Jacob Robert Disney Rebecca Marie Dulaney Brooklyn Rose Fossen Levi David Galloway Peggy Susan Garman Barley Ann Gutierrez Sheyenne Grace Halstengard Courtney Renee Kuhl Ashley Nicole Price Angela Ashley Reed Maria Lea Schelling Gracie Jean Van Horn Skyler Lee Wagaman Lars Cameron Williamson Seniors Austin Jacob Altaffer Samuel Luke Bethea Kayla LeAnn Butts Stephanie Lynn Cross Cory William Drentlaw Kylie Elizabeth Hughes Kelly Rene O'Connor Kristina Lynn Ramos Jonathan Clarence Shamion Kaina Joye Smith ": Wl'e Richard Stagemeyer Macee Jo Stutzman Dustin Alan Taggart Dane Peter Valdon Tye Paul Van Horn Matthew Graham Viergets Chase Steven Wadley Juniors Kimberly Sue Brouillette Karleen Elizabeth Cooper Jeffery Douglas Curr Cody Lee Galloway Forrest Chancey Holso Amanda Jane Julian Tyler Lee dundt Taylor Mete Materi McKayla Nicole Miller Reed Joshua Moore BobbiJo Krislyn Queen William Bonnee Shipp Elizabeth Streib Erica do VanVeldhuizen Megan Lee VanVeldhuizen Haley Ann Wadley Holly Evelyn Williamson Lauren Elise Wilson Sophomores Jeremy Cheyenne Glen Ad- alTIS Brianna Lynn Bankenbush Raena Coraleigh S Bush Adam Fenwick Croft Dalton Tyler Cross Brooke Tyler Ingalls Allison Marie Kerkvliet Trevor Wayne Keyworth Ashley Katherine Klocker Alexander Faustino Lee Robin Janel Moore Shannon Joe Morris Thomas James O'Connor Zeb William Rosencranz Kyle Robert Shamion Dahl Theresa Valdon Katie MicheUe Wagam an Semester 2 Sabrina Elizabeth Whalen Freshmen ShyAnne Autumn Blake Trenton Michael Bush Kory LeRoy Butts Mallory Koerner Cross Alexis Renae Engstrom Logan Jon Fossen Kayman Daniel Martens Leah Brooke Moberg Jeri Lynn Morris Kara Marie MoUat ................ SaraAnn Nicole Ramos Mandee Leann Stutzman Clay Alan Trewhella Ryan Wayne Williamson Kellen William Wilson Eighth Grade Cayla Jolene Chelsy Adams Stacia Jean Altaffer Chevy Ray Blakeman Caleb Allen Bush Camille Mahree Cluff Chrystal Kay Cooper Krista Jean Drentlaw Giovanna Clara Julian Kacie Erin O'Connor Trent Corwyn Peplow Travis Arron Price Morgan Hailey Russell Skye Ryan Seeley Jamie Michelle Sigel Benjamin J. Stoddard Eden Rose Valdon Jace Wise Walker Seventh Grade Isaac Samuel Brown Austin Matt Burgad Kylee Ruth Crum Jacob Robert Disney Rebecca Marie Dulaney Brooklyn Rose Fossen Levi David Galloway Peggy Susan Garman Bailey Ann Gutierrez Sheyenne Grace Halstengard Joseph Anton Hengstler Courtney Renee Kuhl Ashley Nicole Price Angels Ashley Reed Mason Blake Rogers Trey Michael Taylor Gracie Jean Van Horn Skyler Lee Wagaman Lars Cameron Williamson Local students on EWC Honor Roll Eastern Wyoming College is pleased to announce the honor rolls for the Spring 2010 semester. There were 260 students receiving recognition for achieving high scholastic grades. The President's Honor Roll recognizes students that are full time (12 or more credit hours) and achieve a 4.0 grade point average. Amity Holland of Moorcroft appears on this honor roll. To qualify for the Dean's Honor Roll, students must also be full time and achieve a grade point average of 3.5, but less than 4.0. Angels Matsamas of Hulett and Moorcroft's Triston Kanode and Magan Swaney are on the Dean's Honor Roll. The Associate Dean's Honor Roll recognizes those students who have at least six credit hours but not more than twelve with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Crook County students on this list are Mariah Bowles, Dylan Bush, Kylie Cummings, Ethan Dirks and Robert Olson of Hulett; Seth Ferrell, Tara Ferrell, Alisha Gonzalez, Brittany Green, Madison Hinkhouse, Kayla McAmis, Jennifer Rathbun, Rebecca Robinson, Cassandra Sams and Garrett Traylor of Moorcroft; Kayla Butts and Kylie Hughes of Sundance