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)rs ;;IS From l~ge 6) on September 5, 1995 at 8:00 o'clock A.M. in the Commissioner's Room at the Courthouse Wyoming. Major F. Miller, Chairman Don Williams. Vice-Chairman Alan Roberts. Member ~B. Ts, chetter. Crook County Clerk OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMI88IONERS AT THE COURTHOUSE IN SUN- CROOK COUNTY. WYOMING AUGUST 7. 1998 Present per telephone conference for the sole purpose of setting Mill Levies were Major Don Williams, Vice-Chairman, and Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk. Absent was Alan aloved to set the following mill levies: LEVIES AND TAXES Wyoming $68,849,917 r & Taxes Levy & Taxes 1 Levy Operating Levy LEVY School Levy & Taxes v Medical Service MILL LEVY LEVY TAXES LEVIED 12.000 826,199 12.000 826,199 0 0 25.000 1,721,248 1,000 68,850 1.000 68,850 6.000 413,100 6.000 413,100 1.000 68,850 1.000 68,850 3.000 206,550 68.000 Valuation $707,129 $646,923 $2,220,068 8.000 5,657 0 0 8.000 5,175 0 0 8.000 17,761 Valuation $3,284,506 8.000 26,276 : Interest 76.000 all ayes, motion carried. L The meeting adjourned to meet in regular session on September 5, 1995 at 8:00 o'clock Commissioner's Room at the Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming. Major F. Miller, Chairman Don Williams, Vice-Chairman (Absent) Alan Roberts, Member Tschetter, County Clerk eleepy Uttle town of Beulah, WY (popuitUon 88)Ires one it@ brag about. Lo4mls and tourist alike stop in Beulah on Tower and the Vore Buffalo Jump 8ita that bs Saturday. A group of men con- trolled a lightening fire on the Snider place over the weekend. Merle and Evelyn Sisson were dinner guests of the Bob Dillinger family on August I. They live in the B~zet area and they took Merle and ~lyn oat to the 01d homestead Where she ~ born. On A~igust 2 Bob Dillinge~ ~ ~ h~q~cn Swagart, called brte~ ~'~ S - son home. Dale, Judy and Nick Hogan of near Newell, SD, visited Erv]e and Lydia Hoga~ on Friday. Tonya Hogan returned home with them and Ervie and Lydia drove to i~e~]i on Monday to bring her home. On Sunday evening Ervle and Lydia Hogan called on Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Steffen. Weekend guests at the home of Ray and Shirley Buckman were their grandsons, Michael and Scott Swanson of Dallas, "IX, their daughter Judith Modlin of Colo- rado Springs, and Keith Hayes of Colorado Springs. On Sunday a barbecue was held ~een installed right in the at the home of Ray and Shirley ~ dedication of the memor~ will be ThursdaY, Buckman with all family members The program will be at S:SS p.m. Brad Drake, a biker present..Thoseattendin.gwereDon 8D will be Master of Cm~a~mi~. The program Im ana ]en uucmnan ana sons, ~ o r A.BJLT.E. with Kurt Walk~, SD state ec~rdi|mtor of: and Scott, of Sundance, and their d~ the onkdml dedle~tiqm and 1ravelling. daughter, Judith Modlin of Colo- dmmtad by the Watertown Grmmite Centar, fade Springs, grandsons, Michael the Band C~ek Tradlng Post & ~doon ~S, Be u~h and Scott of Dallas, TX and Keith 1~n~b~g. Hays of Colorado Springs. It had free tap beer will be sezwed tmt, U 6 p.m. and been ten years since all family there willbe a free fireworks show to help elebrete members had been together at one time. '~e Clark Delores Chevrette ac- their son, Mike, of on a vacaUon. They Las Vegas, of interest. Denver where they a Rockies baseball game home on Saturday, e on Sunday. ~Ethel Moeller attended Spearfish park where of Larry and of Newell had a were Miles ofNC, Darcy children of Denver, and Lanette Bousa Lar~ and r nice time vis- r granddaughters. made a to Belle Fourche on rGlve and Club set up a : fa/r building. Proctor drove With some former Attending were Betterton of from Hulett Paul and Jeonie (Husby) Conzelman, SHS volleyball Dean and Tiny (Proctor) Bush, Art practice to start and Donna {Jolly) Burbage, and Art and Marge (Thorn) Linldater. The first day of practice for Sun- Richard and Irene Snider motored dance volleyball teams will be Aug. to Thermopolis Frldaywhere they 14. The schedules for the high picked up some material for the school and Junior high teams ap- Farm Bureau float. Rich Snlder of pear below:. Gillette accompanied them. They .... 8HB Volleyball were overnight guests of Louis Fri., Aug. 25 at Tongue River, Conners and returned home on 12:00-1:00. 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Sat., Sept. 9 at Arvada Clearmont 11:00-12:00. Thur., Sept. 14 at Newcastle, 4:00- 5:00-6:00. Sat., Sept. 16 Lusk Tourney V & JV, 9:00 am. Tues., SepL 19with Upton, 5:00- 6:00-7:00. Fri., Sept. 22 Homecoming with Wright, 4:00-5:00-6:00. Thur., Sept. 28 at Upton, 5:00- 6:00-7:00. Fri., Sept. 29 with Moorcroft. 6:00- 7:00-8:00. Sat., Sept. 30, Freshman tourney at MoorcrotL TBA. Sat., Oct. 7 with Tongue River, 1:00-2:00. Fri., Oct. 13, at Wrtght, 4:00- 5:00-6:00. Sat., Oct. 14withBigHorn, 10:00- 1 I:00. Sat., Oct. 14 with Midwest, 3:00- 4:00-5:00. Sat., Oct. 21 Regionals at Upton. Oct. 26-28 State at Cod),. Junior High VolleybaU Sat., Aug. 26 8th toum. ey at Gil- lette, 8:00 ~m. Thurs. Aug. 31 with ~ Spruce, 4:00-5:00. Tues., SepL 12 with Newcastle, 4:00-5:00. Tues, Sept. 19 at Hulett, 4:00- 5:00. Tues., Sept. 26 at Upton, 4:00- 5:00. SaL, SepL 30, 7th tourney at Sage Valley 8:00 a.m. Tues., eel 3 at Moorcro/L 4:00- 5:00. Tues., Oct. 1 O, with Sage Valley, 4:00-5:00. SaL, OcL 14 District tourney at MoorerotL 6:00 a.m. AUGUST I0, 1995 THE SUNDANCE TIME8 PAGE 7 Wyoming bond Issues Is a trend lngs from this transacUon will that should conUnue in the state ff certainly benefit your local tax- interest rates stay low. 'The say- payers," Bishop said. Life Is Precious... Take Care Of Yours Practice breast self-examination. Talk with your doctor Have physical check-ups, including a mammogram, regularly. Visit our Mammography Mobile Unit in your community Call 283-2476 for an appointment. Crook County Memorial Hospital Tuesday, August 22 ,,11 lllli Mafemm0grap.hy rra! Center "A DIVISION OF RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES, Prof. L.LC." 716 Quincy St. Rapid City, SD 57701 In oooperalion with the American Cancer Society Fully ac~edRsd by the American College of Radiology and ~'m Food Drug Administration. COW POKES By Ace Reld O "He says he don't need no education, , .~. . he just wants to be an old ignorant cow trader like me." Kids don't always know what's good for them ... so help them out! Bring them in and teach them the value of saving with their OWN SAVINGS ACCOUNT[ City refinances loan, savings set at $50,500 Mayor James A. Miller announced that the Town of Sundance is close to completing a successful $163,000 refinancing of one of the Town's outstanding 8.50% State loans. According to Miller, 'The Town wanted to take advantage of some of the lowest interest rates we have seen in recent years. We had an opportunity to save our taxpayers some money and we wanted to move on thls quickly ,before rates went back up." Ac- cording to Miller, the refinancing will,cut required time. to pay off this debL ,'Over the,~ of the outstanding debt, we will save Over $50,500 in reduced debt service payments." Miller stated the refinancing plan was conceived and structured by the Cheyenne investment banking firm of Kaiser and Company. Todd Bishop, Assistant Vice President of the firm met with the Town initially in July and outlined the plan. Bishop worked with the Town gathering the required informa- tion to implement a successful refinancing of the Town's loan. Bishop said the refinancing Went well for the Town with all of the bonds being placed locally to Sundance State Bank. The aver- age interest rate on the new bond issue Is Just 5.27% versus the 8.50% average rate on the old loan that was refinanced. Bishop said the refinancing of outstanding Crook County Sundance State Bank Phone 283-1074 AUGUST 1 2th & 1 3th SATURDAY & SUNDAY 12:00 NOON RODEO ARENA, SUNDANCE Junior Events 00- ~4) Barrel Race 5.00 Pole Bending5.00 Steer Riding5.00 Breakaway Roping 5.00 Senior Events Bareback Riding 15,00 Saddle BroncRiding 15.00 Bull Riding 15.00 Calf Roping 15.00 Steer Wrestling 15.00 Men's Breakaway 15.00 (45 yrs. &. older) Ladies Breakaway 15.00 Senior Barrel Race 15.00 Senior Pole Bending 15.00 Team Roping 30.00 (Sat. team roping-9 am Sun.) He & She Roping 20.00 (Per Team) Junior Junior Events (9 yrs. and under) Barrel Race 5.00 Calf Roping 5.00 Pole Bending 5.00 Entry forms Ivaliabie ant local buelneamee. Wild Ride - Top 4 Riders Will Be Auctioned Off, Man & Home ' Entries Open tO Crook County Reglstersd ' Taxpayem w/exception of Rough Stock County Taxpayers will have Priority NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS CHUTE RUN ON ALL STOCK PAUL MCINERNEY RODEO STOCK NO STOCK CHARGES, BUT CONTESTANTS MUST PAY TO.ENTER RODEO GROUNDS $3,00 FOR OVER 14; $1.00 10-14 9-UNDER FREE i Entries Closed, For more information Call: MYRALEE DUFFY, 756-9832 SPONSORED BY: or RHODA MCDONALD, 467-5547. ..... CROOK COUNTY HORSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION !: ii