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Page 14- Thursday, July 16, 2009 Illl "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times € i 2 < !: i i Circuit Court Speeding - Amber Jo Haslam, Newcastle, 95/65, $130; Reece William Yeadon, Sundance, 95/65, $130; Kyle J. Studie, Moor- croft, 104/65, $30; Enrique J. Ugas, MD, 87/75, $118; Zachary R. Hollingshead, NE, 85/75, $103; William C. Wenande, Oshoto, 55/45 (construction zone), $110; Karyl C. Fischer, 75/65, $110; Karen E. Bishop, United Kingdom, 77/65, $66; Christopher Fre- und, KS, 47/30 (urban district), $128; Dean R. Fitzpatrick, IN, 90/45 (construction zone), $220; Kenneth K. Hall, Rozet, 88/75, $120; Jeffrey Dean Norton, UT, 84/75, $90; Haengyeol Park, CO, 76/65, $63; Daniel Stupnitski, OH, 86/75, $100; Mary Marga- ret Streib, Sundance, 55/45 (construction zone), $110; Adolfo Vigil, Gillette, 35/20 (superintendent's zone), $144; George W. Ondriezek, Gillette, 86/75, $100; Thomas W. Patten, Sheridan, 82/65, $81; Jacky Day, Gillette, 56/30 (urban district), $230; Tom G. Andersson, Sweden, 88/75, $120; (minor), Sundance, 90/75, $150; Michael Scott Stohrer, MI, 88/75, $128; Joshua& Paisley, Meeteetse, 84/65, $95; Adam C. Truty, IL, 91/75, $158; Jessica E. Ross, MI, 100/75, $228 Drive while Lice Cancelled, gulqended or Revoked - Rob- eft B. Williams, Gillette, $350; Nancy A. Smith, Hulett, $230; Chad A. Geffre, Gillette, $400; Robert M. Martell Jr., MT, $400 Fail to Back Safely without Interfering with Traffic - Bradley A. Borkholder, Moorcroft, $80 Leave Scene of Accident with Damage to Attended Vehicle or Property - Vincent Edgar Cruz, SD, $200 Vehicle ReLstration Violation- Nancy A. Smith, Hulett, $60; James J. Jacob, Gillette, $60; Matthews T. Szypulski, P& $50; Erik O. Smith, MN, $58 Compulsory Auto Imsmmnce (1 "t offense) - Nancy A. Smith, Hulett, $280; Maria Flores, Gillette, $410; Adolfo Vigil, Gillette, $410 Operate Vehicle with Alteld, Mutilated or Obscured License Plates - Jett K. Schloredt, Sundance, $50; Jennifer L. Curtis, WA, $50 Open Container of Alcohol in Movin Vehicle (I  offense) - Adolfo Vigil, Gillette, $110 Pass in No Paming Zone - (minor), Gillette, $100 Prohibited Parklng - Christina L. Hjorth, Gillette, $60 Driver without Seatbelt - Earl G. Shaw, Gillette, $25; (minor), Sundance, $25 Violate Legal Weight (2001-4000) - Richard Dennis Post Jr., CO, $70 Driver Fail to Retain Previou 7 Days Los - Cory Patrick Pitman, TX, $150 Operate without Perion, Permit (daytime) - Christopher Allen Vandermark, CO, $I00 Driver Possess, Use or Under Influence of Alcohol 4 Hours Prior to Duty - Pamela K. Doyle, OK, $150 Hunt, Trap or Fish on Private Land without Permission - Eric A. Love, Burns, $226 Daily Use Permit Violation - Troy Massie, Moorcroft, $45; Timothy J. Pridgcon, Gillette, $45 Camping Violation- Terry Toftum, MT, $110; Anne E. John- son, Gillette, $110 Fail to Provide Life Jackets - James E. Marsh, Gillette, $110 Fail to Operate Watercraft in Accordance with Buoys or Markers - John H. Huskey, MT, $60; Robert W. Oliver, Moor- croft, $60 Urinating or Defecating Other Than at Comfort Stations - Ross Huettl, Gillette, $I I0 DUI: Alcohol (I t offense within 5 years) - Jeremy L. Worster, Gillette, $480, 30 days jail/29 days suspended, unsupervised probation through 7/7/2010; Michael p. Hamilton, Upton,,$480, 30 days jail/28 days suspended, unsupervised probation throough 7/6/2010; Nancy A. Smith, Hulett, $480, 30 days jail/29 days suspended, unsupervised probation through 7/2/2010 DUI: Alcohol .08°/o or More- Bradley A. Borkholder, Moorcroft, $480, 30 days jail/29 days suspended, unsupervised probation through 7/6/2010; Vincent Edgar Cruz, SD, $480,90 days jail/89 days suspended, unsupervised probation through 7/2/2010 Battery -Joshua Jene Lewis, Gillette, $2814.50,, 180 days jail/170 days suspended, supervised probation through 1/7/2010; Eric K. Tuttle, Gillette, $2814.50, 180 days jail/170 days suspended, supervised probation through 1/7/2010 Sheriff's Dispatch Blotter Jul. 6- One paper service. Two traffic stops. One VIN check. Civil assist. Motorist assist. Deputy spoke with subject re: abandoned vehicle. Detention took inmate to Doctor appointment. Deputy assisted ambulance. JuL 7 -Three paper services. Two traffic stops. Two VIN checks. Prisoner transport. Deputy inyestigated suspicious circumstances; all was okay. Deputy investigated report of soliciting without a permit; subjects had left the area. Detention booked in two subjects brought in from court sentenced on battery charges. Detention booked in subject brought in from court on a Crook County warrant. Jul. 8 - Two paper services. Four traffic stops. One VIN check. Two prisoner transports. Two motorist assists. Gas drive off. Ani- mad complaint; horses out, parties were advised of laws on fencing out. Deputy investigated destruction of property call. Assisted department of family services on a welfare check; all okay. JuL 9 - Two VIN checks. Four traffic stops. One paper service. Motorist assist. Deputy did welfare check. Deputy investigated probation violation. Deputy assisted Hulett Police Dept. and Dept. of Family Services on welfare check. Deputy arrested subject on another county's warrant. Detention booked subject on another county's warrant. Jul. 10 - One VIN check. Three traffic stops. Four paper ser- vices. Two prisoner transports. Deputy assisted Dept. of Family Services. Deputy investigated report of suspicious circumstances. Deputy responded to domestic disturbance. JuL 11 - one VIN check. Six traffic stops. TWo paper services. Deputy investigated report of suspicious circumstances. Deputies investigated theft; suspect was cited. Deputy cited five suspects for minor in possession. Detention booked subject arrested by WHP for interference. Jtd. 12 - Five traffic stops. Two paper services. Detention booked subject arrested by WHP for another states warrant. Deputy assisted with livestock on highway. Detention booked subject arrested by Game and Fish for BUI. Deputy arrested subject for DWUI. Detention booked subject arrested by Deputy for DWUI. Deputy investigated report of assault. Inmate Census - Seventeen males, two females OBACC PROGRAM wyluiu0m CLEAN Bar and restaurant employees face a 50% greater risk of lung cancer; this is a greater risk than virtually any other occupation, including firefighters and miners. Tolcco tJon PO Box 1037 Sundnce WY 8272 ltb),.du/lyahoo.com 07-290=0294 This Week at Your Library Buttons and Bows By Jill Mackey May 13, 2009 LUNCH BUNCH BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP meets every third Thursday at ii:30 On ablustcry, snowy winter Wednes- a.m., anyone welcome, sack lunches encouraged! For July they will be reading =Three day (wait a minute - this is May!) Cups of Tea" by Greg Mortenson. THURSDAY NIGHT READERS book discussion group the Buttons and Bows Homemaker will resume this fall. They will be participating in a discussion series from the Wyoming Club hosted their annual Mother's Humanities Council. CROOK COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD meets every 1st Wednesday Day Luncheon at the New Haven after the first Tuesday of each month {usually). Location rotates among the three corn- Community Building. Despite the munities. Meetings are open to the public. SUNDANCE FRIENDSOFTHE LIBRARY meet dreary weather, there was a won- on the second Tuesday of each month at 11 am., new members welcome. Major projects derful turnout of ladies to celebrate include the annual book sale, Valentine's bake sale, and Open House Luncheon. Mother's Day. Everyone brought a Library Highlights: One of the online databases available through the library'swebpage side dish to go with the main dish of is ChiltonLibrary.com - this database can be accessed at the library or from home using ham and the drinks provided by host- your library card number. ChiltonLibrary.com represents the most authoritative auto- ess, Kristy Dennis. Co-hostess E11ie motive repair information available to car owners. There are thousands of year, make Frisbee provided pretty crocheted and model combinations covering the most popular vehicles of the past 30 years, plus items for the ladies to all take home additional coverage of specialty models. ChiltonLibrary.com gives you the confidence and enjoy. Daisy Dennis also had to service or repair virtually any system on your vehicle. NOTE: This database is not prepared bundles of greeting cards compatible with the Safari web browser on MacOS. Mac users are encouraged to use the for everyone. Cori Busenitz provided Firefox web browser. Paid with funding provided by the Wyoming State Legislature. beautiful fresh flowers from her gar- New Fiction: BATTER OFF DEAD by Tamar Myers. To stop a killer from cooking up den for the table decorations. After another crime, Magdalena has no choice but to jump from the frying pan into the fire. enjoying a wonderful mead, everyone THE COMFORTS OF A MUDDY SATURDAY by Alexander McCadl Smith. Isabel is asked was treated to some special music to help a doctor who has been disgraced by allegations of scientific fraud concerning a by member, Brandy Dalton. All of newly marketed drug. ROAD DOGS by Elmore Leonard. Cundo may be Jack's friend, the ladies introduced themselves by but does that mean he can trust him? And can either of them trust Dawn? OOLONG sharing a favorite childhood lullaby. DEAD by Laura Childs. Theodosia's investigation into Abby's murder takes her from Kristy read a short story about the the low-country thicket to a grand formal tea and to the backstage maze of a darkened "The Invisible Mother" and Daisy theatre. STILL LIFE by Joy Fielding. Tale of suspense about a young woman caught in Dennis also shared a special read- a nightmare somewhere between life and death. MATTERS OF THE HEAt by Danielle ing. Afterwards, everyone put their Steel. Story of one woman's journey from darkness into light, as she fights to escape thinking caps on and enjoyed a game a mesmerizing sociopath who holds her in his thrall... FINGER LICKIN' FIFTEEN by to test their knowledge of different Janet Evanovich. Can Stephanie Plum hunt down two killers, a traitor, and five skips, popular flowers. keep her grandmother out of the sauce, and solve Ranger's problems... Four books in After the luncheon, the members the REDEMPTION SERIES by Karen Kingsbury, donated by Marjorie Goodson - RE- had some short business to discuss, MEMBER, RETURN, REJOICE, and REUNION. including planning to clean up the New Young Adult: MAX, a Maximum Ride novel by James Patterson. When millions New Haven cemetery before Memorial of fish start dying off the coast of Hawaii and something is destroying hundreds of Day. Tiny Bush shared the date of the ships, the government enlists the flock to help get to the bottom of the mystery. IF WE next Christian Women's Luncheon in KISS by Rachel Vail. Charlie feels guilty because she has a crush on her best friend's Hulett. Plans were made for the next boyfriend, and her loyalties become even more confused when she discovers that her meeting which will be held on June mother is dating the boyfriend's father. 10, 2009, at 1:30 p.m. at the home of New Junior Fiction: KENNY & THE DRAGON by Tony DiTerlizzi. Kenny must find a Cori Busenitz. way to prevent the killing of a gentle dragon, while satisfying the dragon-crazed towns- June 12, 2009 people. THE NINA, THE PINTA, AND THE VANISHING TREASURE by Jill Santopolo. The Buttons and Bows Club held Sleuth-in-tradning Alec Flint investigates when the entire Christopher Columbus exhibit their June meeting on Friday the disappears from the local museum. 12th at the beautiful home of Cori New Picture books: CLUCK O'CLOCK by Kes Gray. A group of chickens has a full day Busenitz. Twelve members and three on the farm, from eating breakfast early in the morning to avoiding a fox late at. night, guests answered roll call by sharing TOGETHER by Jane Simmons. Two dogs, Mousse and Nut, learn that even though they their middle name, nickname, or may like different things, they can still be best friends. PIRATE TREASURE HUNTI By given name. It was fun to hear the Jan Peck. Captain Dare and his newly hired mates set out in search of treasure, until stories behind some nicknames, and a mouse frightens the Captain into retreat. • members were sworn to secrecy when some middle names were shared. New ignition interlock law, theTinyBush sharedwith theclubthatChristianWomen,smeetingwould be on June 17 in Moorcroft. The 2009 other laws now in effect Crook County Fair was also discussed with a committee put together to begin A new law will make igni- in the number of devices on ria ofowingmore than $5,000 working on plans for the Fair Booth. tion interlock devices man- Wyoming vehicles, and not making any payment The next meeting date and activities datory for many drivers con- "If you look at current sta- for 90 days," Lotn said. were discussed. Tiny Bush reminded victed of d;unken driving in tistics, the number of people Also beginning July1, the us to not take credit for something we Wyoming as of July 1. convicted of DUI where their potential fine for commercial haven't done by sharing a fun story Ignition interlocks prevent BAC is over. 15 or of second, trucks traveling more than called the "White Lie CakeL She also a vehicle from starting un- third and fourth offenses in 5 mph above the speed limit had some words of encouragement for less the driver first passes a Wyoming could very easily increased to $300 from the us from a past "Dear Abby" column. breath test. The 2009 Leg- be close to 5,000 mandatory previous $100. Daisy Dennis was the lucky winner islature made the devices ignition interlock drivers in "I do hope this provides a of the hostess gift. mandatory for six months a year to a year and a half," deterrent for the drivers of Following the meeting, members for anyone convicted of a WYDOTSupportServicesAd- those types of vehicles to were treated to delicious refreshments first driving under the influ- ministrator Tom Loftin said. say, qn Wyoming we need to provided by co-hostess Demarest ence offense in which their Another new law taking pay attention to our speed,  Schlosser. After refreshments, Cori blood alcohol content is .15 effect July 1 creates an ad- Patrol Col. Sam Powell said. led everyone on a fun tour of the flow- percent or greater. A BAC ministrafive process for sus- "If we end up not writing a er and vegetable gardens around her of .08 is considered drunk pending the driver license single ticket for this because house. Even though all of the flowers under Wyoming law. of anyone with unpaid child all the commercial vehicles weren't blooming, all were thankful Conviction on a second support in excess of $5,000 are traveling at a safe speed for the much warmer weather and DUI offense at any BAC level who hasn't made any pay- then the law has done what sunshine that the day brought. will make the device manda- ment i n 90 days or more. we hoped itwould do." The next event for the Buttons and tory for a year, and a third In the past it was up to the The higher fine only applies Bows Club will be the annual Family offense will bring a two-year parent with custody to get a to large commercial trucks, Night at the New Haven Community requirement, court order to suspend the not delivery vans, recreational Building. It will take place on Sun- A fourth conviction carries other parent's license. Be- vehicles or pickups pulling day, July 19. There will be games a lifetime ignition interlock cause of the time and expense trailers. The large trucks can and activities and a potluck supper requirement, but the driver involved in the court process, weigh 80,000 pounds or more held. This year there will also be an is allowed to petition the the department received only and can't stop or maneuver auction included of donated items to court to have the device re- a few of those suspension as quickly as other vehicles help raise money for work on the New moved after five years, orders in recent years. The on the highways. "We need Haven Community Building. The auc- Wyoming began a vol- new administrative procedure to do everything we can to tionpreviewwillbeginat4p.m.,with untary ignition interlock gives the debtor parent the impress upon the drivers of the auction to begin at 5 p.m. and the program in 2006 that has option of appealing the sus- these vehicles that they need potluck supper to follow. Mark your resulted in about 520 driv- pension in court, to hold their speed down to calendars and make sure to come out, ers having the monitoring "With this new approach, the legal limit and keep it enjoy some good food and games, and devices installed on their we're just not sure exactly safe for everybody out there," support the New Haven community. vehicles, how many people it's going Power said. Submitted by KristyDennis The new mandatory igni- to affect, but there are several tion interlock law could thousand in the state who es- result in a 104old increase sentially meet this basic crite- 8JW RK T- ' M'III'% "% ' Uncovers, new facts on the outlaw's life and death. THE SUNDANCE KID The Life of Ham/Alonzo L0ngabaugh •  By Donna B. Ernst A relative of LongabauSh through marriage, Donna B. Ernst has spent more than a quarter century Sign up today and get researching his life. 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