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PAGE 6 THE SUNDANCE I IMiller Creek by Opal Oudin July 24, 1994 The 5th annual Devils Tower JULY 28, 1994 Logger Benefit was held Saturday, July 23 at the Lazy Y Steakhouse at the Tower Junction to raise money for a fund that assists log- gers and their families ifa logger is injured. Activities and events started at 10A.M. wlth contests for men and women in logging events, cash prizes were awarded. A pot- luck supper with meat furnished and an auction of donated items was completed by 7:30 P.M. A free dance finished the Logger Day ac- tivitles. Shondra Bunney returned to her home in Denver Monday after PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THE COURTHOUSE IN SUN- DANCE, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING. July 18, 1994 8:00 o'clock p.m. Present for the budget hearing were Major F. Miller, Chairman, Perry Livingston, Vice Chairman, Raymond L. Dennis, Member, Eva J. Rush, County Clerk, Elvin Rush, Road and Bridge Supt., Charlotte Mellott, Clerk of D/strict Court, Criston Mellott, Sheriff, Cheryl Williams, Fair Board, Gaydell Collier and Jeanette Smith, Library, Dick Sackett, CustoDian, and Joe Baron, County Attorney. Perry moved to adopt the following resolution, Raymond seconded, all ayes, motion carried. APPROPRmTXON RESOLVT~0N WHEREAS, on the 18th day of July 1994, Eva J. Rush, the budget making authority, prepared and submitted to the Board a county budget for the 1994-1995 fiscal year ending June 30, 1995. WHEREAS, such a budget was duly entered at large upon the records of this Board and a copy thereof was made available for public inspection at the office of the County Clerk; and WHEREAS, notice of a public hearing on such budget, together with the summary of said budget, was published in the Sundance Times, a legal newspaper published and of general circulation in the county on the 7th day of July 1994 and WHEREAS, a public hearing was held on such budget at the tlme and place specified in said notice, at which time all interested parties were given an opportunity to be heard; and WHEREAS, following such public hearing certain alterations and revisions were made In such proposed budget, all of which more fully appear in the minutes of the Board. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners that the county budget, as so revised and altered, be adopted as the official county budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1995. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the following appropriations be made for the 1994-1995 fiscal year endlng June 30, 1995 and that the expenditures of each officer, department or spending agency be limited to the amount herein appropriated. Dated this 18th day of July 1994. GENERAL FUND: County Commissioners ................................................................. $55,935.00 County Clerk ............................................................................. $82,920.00 County Treasurer ...................................................................... $ I 14,500.00 County Assessor ....................................................................... $103,740.00 County Sheriff- ......................................................................... $314,550.00 County Attorney ........................................................................ $100,420.00 Lease/Purchase- ........................................................................ $125,094.00 Community Service Block Grant ....................................................... $11,486.00 County Coroner- ........................................................................... $ 6,250.00 Agriculture Department ................................................................. $47,000.00 District Court .......................................................................... $I00, I00.00 Justice Court .............................................................................. $66,198.00 Courthouse ............................................................................... $I 01,200.00 Road and Bridge ......................................................................... $712,828.00 Water Commissioner- ........................................................................ $500.00 Jail ......................................................................................... $154,700.00 Elections ................................................................................... $38, 100.00 Health Nurse ............................................................................ -$120,000.00 Special Services ........................................................................... $41,500.00 Other General Accounts ................................................................ $477,450.00 Capital Improvement Fund ............................................................ $134,374.00 D Road .............................................................................. , ...... $I0,000.00 Fire Control ............................................................................... $197, 61 I. 63 Abandoned Vehicles--:. .................................................................... $3,700.00 Bridge Replacement ..................................................................... $146,000.00 Mona Road ............................................................................... $284,000.00 Total General Fund Appropriations ................................................ $3,550,156.63 Cash Reserve Fund ..................................................................... $353,039.00 Total Requirements ................................................................... $3,903,195.63 County Fair ................................................................................ $70,387.28 County Museum .......................................................................... $60,186.79 County Library ........................................................................... $ I 12,000.00 Weed & Pest .............................................................................. $232,610.79 "' Leafy Spurge ............................................................................. $380,894.78 Total Appropriations .................................................................. $4,759,275.27 Major F. Miller, Chairman Perry Livingston, Vice Chairman A~ Eva J. Rush, County Clerk RESOLUTION TO PROVIDE INCOME NECESSARYymnd Ra L. Dennis, Member TO FINANCE BUDGET WHEREAS, on the 18 day of July, this Board adopted a County Budget for the 1994-1995 fiscal year ending June 30, 1995 calling for the following appropriations: General Fund ........................................................................... $3,903,195.63 Fair ........................................................................................... $70,387.28 Museum ...................................................................................... $60,186.79 Library ...................................................................................... $ I 12,000.00 Weed & Pest ............................................................................... $232,610.79 Leafy Spurge ............................................................................... $380,894.78 TOTAL .................................................................................... $4,759,275.27 And WHEREAS, after deducting all other cash and estimated revenue, It is necessary that the following amounts be raised by general taxation, and in order to raise such sums of money, it is necessary that levies be made for the 1994-1995 fiscal year ending June 30, 1995 as shown opposite each fund: Amount to be raised General Fund ..................................................................................... $803,382.74 Falr ................................................................................................. $35,221.00 Museum ............................................................................................ $40,497.00 Library .............................................................................................. $93,076.40 Weed and Pest ..................................................................................... $80,995.00 Leafy Spurge .................................................................. -"-~ ..................$80,995.00 NOW, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners that the foregoing levies be made for the 1994-1995 fiscal year ending June 30, 1995. Dated this 18 day of July, 1994. Major F. Miller, Chairman Perry Livingston, Vice Chairman A~ Eva J. Rush, County Clerk Raymond L. Dennis, Member Charlotte Mellot, Clerk of District Court and Joe Baron, County Attorney went over the Cooperative Agreement Between Wyoming Department of Family Services, Child Support Enforcement and The County of Crook For Operation of a Program Pursuant to Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. The Board signed the agreemenL The meeting adjourned at 9:i0 p.m. to meet in regular session on August 2, 1994 at 8:00 o'clock a.m. in the Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming. Major F. Miller, Chairman Perry Livingston. Vice Chairman ATIF_,ST: Eva J. Rush, County Clerk Raymond L. Dennis, Member Mill Levy 9.918 .434 .499 1.149 1.000 1.000 RAYMOND KAEHNE Candidate for CROOK COUNTY SHERIFF Republican Raymond Kaehne ann@unced he is a candidate for Crook County Sheriff on the Republican ticket. Kaehne has been involved in the ranching, farming and agricultural business in Crook County for 25 years, and has served residents of Crook County ten years in donating time to the U.8.DJ~. Food Emergency Commod/ty Progran~ He served in the U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Marines as deck patrol four years, worked in law enforcement six years as special deputy for the Crook County SherilYsOffice and special patrolman for the Police Department. He has been a member of the Crook County Posse, and Search and Rescue eleven years, completed a Search~nd Rescue Training Seminar through the National Search and Rescue Association in managing search functions. Kaehne received a Certificate of Achievement in training for the Wyoming Disaster and Civil Defense, and the Federal Emergency Management in Radlologteal Monitoring, and is trained in techniques of handling hazardous material incidents, and defensive driving. He feels he knows and c~n meet the needs of the Crook County people. He is married and has ~ children. ' ' P0liti~l Advertisement Paid for by Raymond Kaehne. spending the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood and sons were Tuesday evening supper guests and visitors of Bill and Di- ane Austin at their home in south Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White spent most of Saturday at the Loggers Day activities at the Lazy Y Stea- khouse. An auction of donated items is held to raise funds and Herman White donated a painted skull to the auction that he had recently won In a raffle, the skull brought $750, thanks to Herman. Dan White worked as chef at the Lazy Y Steakhouse Saturday and Sunday as he does most weekends. Mrs. Bob Yemington and children were in Sundance Wednesday evening where Sarah Yemington and Callie Hilty joined others in a horsemanship class conducted by Dallas Rolf at the beef barn at the fairgrounds. Mrs. Tony Rathbun met her mother, Mrs. Vere Aurand of n~ar Cadile in Sundance Friday after- noon where they played a game of tennis. Julie Predmore, Ashley and Jus- tin spent from Friday night until Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman, they and the Jeff Garman family at- tended some of the evening Logger Day activities at the Lazy Y Stea- khouse Saturday. Christy Tvedt arrived at the Adema-Franzen home Saturday where she is visiting, she had spent some time visiUng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Tvedt at Lake Park, Minnesota. Mrs. Bo Rathbun attended a meeting in Gillette Wednesday evening and had a table set up at the Logger Day activities at the Lazy Y Steakhouse Saturday. Ross Garman was a Friday morning visitor of Opal Oudln at her ranch home, they prepared some fair exhibits and checked out the new road rlght-of-way. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun Joined the crowd of people that attended the annual Logger Day benefit held at the LazyY Saturday where Denise Rathbun and Bon- nie Sweeney EMTs were on standby with the Hulett ambulance, thankfully their services were not needed. Mrs. Bob Yemington, Sarah, Sam and Will were in Sundance Thursday where the boys attended a basketball practice in the after- noon and played in their Little League ball game in the evening. Mrs. Yemlngton and Sarah shopped in Belle Fourche and Spearfish Thursday afternoon. Opal Oudin called on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garman Monday morning and visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer Sunday morning, both families have lovely gardens and shared some vegetables. RoD and Nickl Greenwood and Amanda Krltsky spent Saturday night and Sunday night as houseguests of Opal Oudin, they visited Sunday at Dorothy Greenwood's home in Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rathbun and son, Roger, and Mr. and Mrs. Vere Aurand attended some of the evening Logger Day activities at the Lazy Y. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Garman and Taylor Dawn went to Gillette Fri- day evening and Anna Marie re- turned home with them for a visit, the Ross Garman family attended the dance at the Lazy Y Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bruns and friends all from Lucan, Minnesota, visited Opal Oudln Sunday after- noon, they were in the area to attend the High School National l~oDeo where Brun's granddaugh- ter was one of the competitors. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood and sons attended the supper and some of the evening activities of the Loggers Day. Clay, Cody and Kyle Wood were Saturday overnight and Sunday visitors of their grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wood. The Steve Wood family were Sun- day evening supper guests at the Warren Wood home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White dined at the Lazy Y Steakhouse Sunday at noon, they also shopped in Sundance and visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy at their home on Houston Creek in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy at- tended some of the Logger Day activities Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Kennedy celebrated her birthday that day, Happy Birthday, LOisH Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hilty, Callie and Alec spent Friday night, Sat- urday and Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yem- ington and family. John Kennedy and daughter, Darae, were at Yemington's ranch Saturdaywhere the group worked at halter break- ing some colts. Betty Rush of Hulett and Mary Garman were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Garman and daughters to help Ross celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman, and Mr. and Mrs. sons and hel cake and Ice cream, his July 23. Happy It was said, this is of year when it isn't your car unlocked when town,, zucchini squash on your, Who would sa) squash producer with things than they can County food is held here There were seven participated in the Food and Demonstrations held courthouse basement. stratlons were home economics and the category which includes not related to economics. Jenna Mollne received s ribbon as a beginner in thel category for her 'The Art of Needlepoint". Eppler, also a beginner, purple ribbon and the the general category for trated talk, "Archery Cheap and Simple". In the division of the home category, Sarah Yerr ceived a blue ribbon for onstratlon Rachael Moline a purple ribbon and top honor in the J her home ec Daily Bread". Taking a bon and top honors in the category of the Junior Harley Eppler with his talk"Don't Get Trap". Two contestants the Food Show Off. Brandi[ a beginner, received a bon along with the top her presentation 'Tacos", Beef with Broccoli" Amber Fowlke's earned her a purple ribbon honors in the Junior Although there were pants in the senior Judges felt the were purple ribbon worth~ Winners of the top honors ing the style These 4-Hers deserve latlons for their fine Notice is hereby given that the Crook County School District No. One Board of Trustee~ warrants for the following bills exceeding $300 at the regular meeting of the Board held 1994 at Moorcroft, Wyoming To Whom Paid Tri-County Electric Assn. Sundance FHA Aspen Agency Inc. A&I Telecommunications Aldridge Folders Al's Electric Alliance Medical Corp. Apple Computer Inc. Aspen Agency Inc. Gary Bakken Black Hills Chemical Co. Linda Butch City of Sundance Coast to Coast of Gillette Cuisenaire Company of America Dillon's Hardware Energy Electric Farmers Co-op of Hulett Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Houghton Mifflin Mark Hughes Hulett Hardware IBM Personal Computer Co. LDDS Communications Library Video Co. M&M Chemical Supply Inc. Mac Xtra Mac Warehouse Motel 8 of Laramie Nelson's Oil & Gas Northeast Wyo BOCES Northern Wyo Mental Health Petty Cash - Central Office Quality Hardware & Supply Quill Corp. Range Telephone Riverside Publishing Ron's Tree Service Royal Sanitary Supply Sports Products Sundance Equipment Co. Top Office Products Town of Hulett Tracy Motor Co. "rrl County Electric Assn. US West Communications VISA Wagaman Ready Mix & Construction Wells Plumbing & Farm Supplies Western Business Resources Westridge True Value Wright G~roup Yocum Music FROM: FEDERAL PROJECTS Alms Education Foundation Apple Computer Inc. Dillon's Hardware Hammond & Stephens Northern Wyo Mental Health FROM: LUNCH AC(~OUNT Superior School Supplies FROM: I~ISURANCE ESCROW First American ~xdministrators First American, Administrators First American Administrators First American Administrators FROM: ACTIVITY ACCOUNT Alpine Recreation & Sports Flrst Down Promotions Flying Phoenix Corp. University of Wyoming VISA Purvose of Exvenditurc Amount Electricity 4979.15 Competition Fees 2197.15 Workers Liability 3285.00 Telecommunications Billing 375.06 Folders 343.13 Repairs 1376.64 Latex Gloves 428.90 Computer Equipment 1327.74 Insurance 1804.00 Lab Fees, Meals 535.40 Bulk CustoDial Supplies 2890.59 Isolation 466.44 Utilities, Etc. 603.64 Vacuum Cleaners 459.99 Teaching Supplies 947.50 Maintenance, Building Supplies 2375.28 Repairs 924.30 Gas, Maintenance Repairs 2311.44 Texts 3608.06 Texts 846.35 Legal Fees 405.00 Maintenance Supplies 328.62 Computer 1413.98 Long Distance Charges 918.35 Library AV 328.75 Bulk CustoDial Supplies 2455.17 Teaching Supplies 1471.00 Computer Supplies 340.00 Travel Expenses 612A8 Gas, Etc. 750.92 Tuition & Board 4781.04 Counseling Services 717.50 Reimburse Postage, Mileage, Taxes 422.36 Maintenance, Bus Supplies 569.93 Teaching Supplies 535.12 Telephone Service 365.3 l Testing Supplies 715.73 Tree Trimming 1300.00 Bulk Custodial Supplies 867.85 Mat 4000.00 Repairs 374.56 Supplies, Chairs 374.03 Supplies for Rec Monies 1500.00 Repairs, Supplies 1184.55 Utilities 12004.30 Phone Charges 1221.99 Travel Expenses 337.21 Sidewalk I 174.50 Pump 433.09 Supplies, Copier Maintenance 552.93 Supplies 303.15 Texts 1980.00 Equipment Repair 464.00 RegistraUon Fees 520.00 Computer Equipment 5488.22 Prom Prizes 350.00 Assignment Books 499.49 Counseling Services 1028.00 Yearly Service Contract 645.00 Insurance 55023.51 Insurance 9925.76 Insurance 16822.68 Insurance 34463.16 Playground Equipment Advertlslng, Sales, Printing Fireworks Payment Registration Fees Alrfare-Bronco Game 603.82 I187.50 2000.00 600.00 2099.00