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The clinic in the 1960s and no longer adequate for of the clinic staff and The building does requirements of the Disability Act, which that all public buildings for those wlth There is no way to building to adhere to will be two stories the clinic being on the An elevator will be in- )take patients to the sec- of the elevator also requirements of the Disability Act. For the tl e the second floor will for storage but eventually Utilized to expand the therapy unit and for the their activities. used as the Sun- put up for sale ~tipulation that it be moved location. The area where.. now located will then for much needed parking Construction from Gfl- of the addition with Construction of Sun- as the subcontrac- Construction has to complete the dlrt back-fill, to re- )lace the asphalt and gravel. Hladky Con- then has until October addition. Itiglm Low Prec. 90 59 T 84 54 0 67 50 .17 72 41 0 82 49 0 81 54 0 92 62 0 s Food Center 10K Race/Run/Walk on Sunday, July 27. ins at 6:30 a.m. on side of the courthouse In downtown Sundance. be bused to the start L.~. for a 7:00 a.m. start on Course used by the run- be bused to the start n'se at 7:45 an 8 a.m. start. All par- the north side of where they will be to a free breakfast and rDecker's male and female run- receive awards as will the place finishers in male and female age 4 and under, 15-19, 20- 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 55-59 & 60+. Ty McLaughlin of Wagaman Construction is shown in the above photo operating an excavator at the site of the new addition next to Crook County Memorial Hospital in Sundance. Photo by Dixie Boyle Tim Land of Wag#man Construction is shown standing in the Food Center of sundance. A competitive walkers division will be offered with the first 6 fe- male and 6 male finishers receiv- ing awards. There will be no age group divisions for walkers. Bicyclist loses life on Hwy 14 On Wednesday, June 25, 1997 a "67-year-old man died after appar- ently losing control of his bicycle while traveling down a steep hill on Highway 14 west of Moorcroft. The man hit a delineator post and was pronounced dead at the scene by the Crook County Coroner. According to the Wyoming High- way Patrol, the man was trailing behind the group he was riding with when he lost control The man's name is belngwithheld until relatives can be contacted. He is not a resident of Wyoming. Race registration forms are available at Decker's Food Center and the Sundance State Bank. The entry fee Is $10.00 for all partici- pants for pre-registration and race day entries. The first 60 to pre- register or register on race day will get their shirt on race day. A re- order will be made if necessary. For more information call Ed Mlgnery 307-283-2209 evenings or 307-283-3531 days or write to Sundance 10K, P.O. Box 433, Sundance, WY 82729. A two and a half table Howell movement was played at Dupli- cate Bridge on June 24. Betty Jean Durfee and Norms Bernd placed first. Bea'IYavegia and Claudia Cart came in second and Betty Durfee and Harold Bemd placed third. by Dixie Boyle Two hundred and twenty one years ago the thirteen colonies that made up the soon to be United States of America won their inde- pendence from England. With that independence came the right for its citizens to make choices, to govern their own lives, to be inde- pendent. This right the founders of our country worked so hard to attain is often taken for granted today. Independence Day was first cel- ebrated on July 8. 1776 in Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. On July 4 of that year the Continental Con- gress had adopted the Declaration of Independence written by Tho- mas Jefferson. This document declared the country to be inde- pendent and free of forelgn powers with the right to govern their own country. On that first Independence Day the Declaration of Independence was read to the public, followed by the ringing of church bells and the playing of patriotic songs. The people truly rejoiced, because they had not known freedom as we do today. In 1941 Congress declared the Fourth of July a federal holiday. The tradition started in 1776 has continued throughout the past two centuries with parades, picnics, fireworks, game and family gath- erings. This Independence Day take time to remember why you are celebrating as you enjoy being with family and friends. :!i:i:i: construction area. Photo by Dixie Boyle Two car collision near Texaco station On Wednesday, June 25 a two car collision occurred on Highway 14 at the entrance to Hurd's Tex- aco Station. The accident was re- ported to the Crook County Sheriffs Department at 1:20 p.m. Four lo- cal people and two from South Dakota were involved in the accl- dent. According to the Wyoming High- way Patrol office, minor injuries were reported, with the driver ol the South Dakota vehicle being hospitalized overnight for obser- vation. The Wyoming vehicle was pulling out of Hurd's Texaco Sta- tion preparing to head west. The South Dakota vehicle was in the left-hand lane turning into the Texaco Station. The Wyoming ve- hicle hit the South Dakota vehicle broad side. The Wyoming Highway Patrol is investigating the accident. No arrests ~ expected to be made, and InCident :~h'refe~ed to thd, p ttlclpant's ;insurance companieS. :~L,c;.,',: ,...... Community Center Brainstorming Session People interested in a community center with recreational facilities please come Join in a brain storming session on Thursday, July I 0 at 7:00 pm at 212 Canyon Road or call 283-2872. Senior Citizens Specisl Dinner planned The Sundance Senior Citizens Special Dinner is planned for Wednes- day, July 9, 1997 at 12:00 pm. ************************************************************************** Nall Clinic dates set The Senior Center has set the following dates for the toenail clinics: Hulett Senior Center /uly 9, Sundance Senior Center.July 16, Moorcroft Senior Center.July 23. Please call for an appointment. Courthouse Closed for Holiday The Crook County Courthouse will be closed Friday, July 4th for Independence Day. The Sheriffs office will remain open, FREE Arthritis Pain Management Seminar Tune out pain with ARTHRITIS PAIN MANAGEMENT, Wednesday, July 23 at I0:00 am to 12:00 pm, at the Crook County Memorial Hospital. For reservations please call Patty Felst at (307) 283-3501. Sponsored by Crook County Medical Services District & the Arthritis Foundation. ************************************************************************** Hospital Board 8chedulos Public Budget Hearing The Crook County Hospital Board will meet on July 14, at 7:00 p.m., with a public budget hearing at 8:00 p.m. in the conference room at Crook County Hospital. The public is cordially invited to attend. ******************************************************************************* 4-H and FFA Fair Entry Due Date 4-H and FFA fair entries are due in the Extension Office by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, July 2 I. Catch-A-Calf entries are due in the Fair Office by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, July 2 I. Open class pre-entry is not required, but it would be very helpful if you entered at the Fair Office by Monday, July 28. Office hours are I 1:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Phone 283-2644. FREE Blood Sugar Sereen/ngs will be held Crook County Public Health will be offering free blood sugar screen- ings at the Senior Centers -- Sundance on July 18th at I I:00 a.m.; Moorcroft at 9:00 a.m. and Hulett at I I:00 a.m. on July 21st. ****************************************************************************** Immunization Cl/n/c set Sundance Public Health Immunization clinic has been set for July 8th from 1:00-4:30 p.m. at the Public Health Office. Pap Clinic to be held in Moorcroft Crook County Public Health will be conducting a pap clinic in Moorcroft on July 17th from 9-12 noon at the Moorcroft Clinic. Call 756- 3414 to schedule your appointment. Appointments are limited. $10 donation. ****************************************************************************** Pap Clinic to be held in 8undance Crook County Public Health will be conducting a pap clinic in Sundance on July 12th from 9-12 noon at the Sundance Clinic. Call 283-1142 to schedule your appointment. Appointments are limited. $ I 0.00 donation. Garbage Collection Date Changed Due to the 4th of July holiday, Friday's garbage collection haa been changed to Thursday this week. Library plans Special Event Woodsy the Owl will visit the Library's Summer Reading Program on Monday July 7 at 11:00 a.m. This Is our last Special Event-hope to see you all there Library closed for the 4th of July Crook County Library will be closed on Friday, July 4th. VFW Post 4311 The regular meeting of VFW Post 4311 will not be held Friday, July 4th. L&E Investors meeting is set L and E Investors will meet Wednesday, July 9 at 5:15 p.m. at the Sundance Senior Citizens Center. All members are encouraged to attend. Emergency Planning Committee holds meeting The Local Emergency Planning Committee Is meeting in Sundance, Wednesday, July 16 at 2:00 p.m. in the Courthouse basement. All interested people are invited to attend. Red Crm Baby ltting Clus to be held In ltulett Crook County Public Health will be holding a Red Cross Babysitting Class for those ten years and up July 14-16 from 1:00-4:00 at the Hulett Civic Center. Please call our office at 283-1142 for more information. I