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Thursday, 2000 elementary fall schedule set need to register, 9al will be offered Elementary will begin for through sixth on Tuesday, All classes will be- day at 8:15 a.m. 3:20 p.m. when students at 2:00 p.m. school ad- requests that do not arrive at the to 8:00 The play- be supervised until 8:10 each however, the school until 8:05. run the fh'st day d hot lunches will i who are new or will are re- before the school. The office each day from to 12:00 p.m. and p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday, August 7. entering kinder- first grade will be to provide a birth Immunization be necessary for unable to come these hours please call the office at 283- 1227 to make other arrange- ments. SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM Parents and students in all grades, one through twelve are asked to purchase school lunch tickets before the first day of school. They can be purchased at the Sundance elementary school office dur- ing regular hours. Students will not be allowed to charge school lunches. Charging is prohibited under the Federal Hot Lunch Program. Lunch prices are: * Grades 1 through 12 - $2.00 * Adults - $3.50 * Extra mi]k - $. 15 (children) $.30(adults) Any amount of money up to $99.00 can be deposited into an individual's lunch account. A breakfast program will be offered for the first time this year with serving beginning at 7:45 a.m. Breakfast prices are: * Grades 1 through 12 - $1.10 * Adult prices will be deter- mined at the August school board meeting. Free and reduced meal appli- cations will be available at ei- ther the high school or elemen- tary school offices. "WHERE THE KID SHS FALL ATHLETIC SCHEDULE Fall athletic practices are set to begin on Monday, August 14. All participants need to have a complete and signed physical before they can practice The volleyball team needs to have new or very clean shoes before they will be allowed to practice on the floor. • FOOTBALL-equipment hand out will be on Sunday, August 13 at 7:00 p.m in the weight room. Practices on Monday will be at 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. • CROSS COUNTRY-wilt practice at 7:00 p.m. on Monday. Meet be- hind the gym. • VOLLEYBALL-9th and 10th graders will practice from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and 1 lth and 12th graders will practice from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. • GOLF-will practice at 5:15 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday, and at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday. • JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL will get their equipment at 9:30 a.m. on Monday. • JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL-will practice at 1:30 p.m. on Mon- day. Convention set for WY State Libertarian Party The Wyoming Libertarian Party will be holding their nominating convention on Saturday, August i2 at the Shilo Inn, 1-25 Evansville exit, in Casper. The convention will begin at 10:00 a.m. According to Dave Dawson, party communications direc- tor, a number of candidates for offices will be selected. The convention will consider the nomination of any eligible candidate for all partisan of- rices in the state. Any person interested in being a Libertarian candidate for a partisan office should register at their county clerk's office as a Libertarian and contact Dennis Brossman, state chair, in Lander at 332- 4574(email-brossma@ wyoming.com) or James Blomquist, vice-chair, in Riverton at 856-7878 (jblomtrib.com) prior to the convention. The Sundance Times 00__)nya.00qemen/ Mr. and Mrs. Les Sherrard of Hulett, Wyoming announce the engagement of their daughter, Jill Lindsay Sherrard to Christopher Ray Durfee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Durfee of Sundance, Wyoming. The bride-to-be is currently employed at Wal-Mart in Spearfish, South Dakota. The groom-to-be is employed with Ainsworth Benning Construction Co., Spearfish, South Dakota. The couple will be married September 2, 2000. DESIGNATION OF POLLING PLACES CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING 'With 22-12-101 Wyoming Statutes 1985, the following polling places are Primary Election August 22, 2000. 2000 ELECTION DISTRICTS AND PRECINCTS Precinct No. Klance Inside North ndance Inside South tlance Outside lah Creek Jurction BUlett Inside Haven 14Oorcroft West Side Side €4ony Names of Polling Place-City & Town Courthouse Basement, Sundance Courthouse Basement, Sundance Courthouse Basement, Sundance Community Building, Beulah Community Building, Aladdin Four Oaks School Alva Church, Alva GovetameCC, anyon School .... Sunny Divide Com Hail Barton Ranch Voling Booth Hulett Civic Center, Hulett Huiett Civic Center, Huiett Pine Haven Town Hail, Pine Haven Praideview Baplst Church, Moorcroft City Hall, Moorcroft City Hall, Moorcroft Rockypoint Community Building New Haven Community Building, New Haven Colony Community Building, Colony Oshoto Community Building, Oshoto illmistance to vote by reason of blindness, disability or inability to read or given amdsnce by a person of your choice. Also, if you have i the accessibility of your polling place, please contact your County ballots will be available to you. 2000. Crook County Clerk 20O0 NOTICE OF APPMCATION FOR RENEWAL OF CROOK COUNTY RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSES AND COUNTY RETAIL MALT BEVERAGE PERIBT8 FOR Z0-21 DESCRIPTION OF PLACE AND PREMISES DATE FILED RENEWAL OF RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSES dbs A 16'X30' room on the I -" floor of the northeast 07--00 12:15 P.M porln of the building. T53N R65W Secon 17 E1/2NW114 of the 6= p.m., Crook County, Wyoming. A 7'X10' package dispensing room on the 07-25-00 2:15PM north end of the building end a 9'X16' dispensing room on the west side of the building. T51N R66W Secon 34 NWll4 of the 6= p.m., Crook County, Wyoming. dbe A 12'X20' room on the southwe corner of the 07-21-00 10:30 AM 1-" floor of the building. T54N R61W Section 28 NEll4SWl/4 of the 6 = p.m., Crook County, Wyoming. A 40'X50" ronm on the southwest side of the 07-19-00 11:30 A.M. building. Town of Beulah, Block 5, Lots 9,10 and fmclional Lots 11 and 12, Crook County, Wyomg A room approxJmaly 10' wide on the east, 15' 07-17-00 10:30 AM wide on the wt, 13' wide in the middle and s larch of 40' on the south ida of the building T53N R60W Secon 32, N1/2NWl14 of the 6= pro, Crook County, Wyoming. A 20'X40' room o the east end of the building 07-20-00 10:15 AM A 'act of land in the SWll4SE1N, SE1/4SWl14 of Secon 8, T52N R65W of the 6= p.m., Crook County, Wyoming. RENEWAL OF COUNTY RETAIL MALT BEVERAGE PERMITS A 15(100' building. A tract of land in  07-14-00 10:30 AM. SWl/45W114 of Secon 8, T54N R65W of the 6= p.m., Cro County, Wyoming. A 40'X40' room in the KOA building. T53N 07-21-0011:15AM R65W , 8 SWl14SWl14 of the 6= p.m., .,, Crook County, Wyoming. A 12'X12' room in the no oomer of the 07-14-00 10:30 A.M. 1" floor of the building T52N R66W Section 17, SE114SEl/4 of the 6= pm., Crook County, Wyoming of these licenses, will be heard st the hour of 2:30 in the Commissioner's Room at the Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming. Connie D Tschetter, Crook County Clerk 24 end 31,2000 m,, • m,,• BB,, BB BB,, BB BB,, BB BB.BB n,, m OFFICIAL DEMOCRATIC AND NONPARTISAN PRIMARY BALLOT ROOK COUNTY INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER 1. TO VOTE YOU MUST BLACKEN THE OVAL () COMPLETELY NEXT TO THE NAME OF THE CANDIDATE FOR WHOM YOU WISH TO VOTE. 2. IF YOU SPOIL YOUR BALLOT, DO NOT ERASE, BUT ASK FOR A NEW BALLOT. 3. USE ONLY THE PENCIL PROVIDED. 4. TO WRITE IN A NAME, YOU MUST BLACKEN THE OVAL ( D ) TO THE LEFT OF THE DOTTED LINE PROVIDED, AND WRITE THE COMPLETE NAME ON THE SPACE PROVIDED FOR THAT PURPOSE. FEDERALOFFICES I I UNITED STATES SENATOR (SIX YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE O MELLOGAN C:SHELDENSUMEY O O WYOMING COUNTY OFFICES COUNTY COMMISSIONER (FOUR YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE NO CANDIDATE FILED ...,,. ..... ,,,....,.....,... ......... ,... ..... ...o PRECINCT COMMITTEEMAN (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE NO CANDIDATE FILED O .,.o...°...,...,...,.,..... ..... .,o..,,,..,...,oo. PRECINCT COMMITTEEWOMAN (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE NO CANDIDATE FILED CD UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE OFFICIAL PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT Crook County, WY Aug. 22, 2000 Connie D. Tschetter, Crook County Clerk MICHAEL ALLEN GREEN C:::::) LEONARD D. MUNKER o,.,,.,....*.*.....,,p,,,,°...o,..,o...o..o,,.,°o STATE OFFICES STATE RE HOUSE DISTRICT (TWO YE VOTE STANTON C ...... ,.o..,.,o ......... ,,...,,, ....... ,,,, ..... ,. AUGUST 22, 2000 OFFICIAL NONPARTISAN BALLOT BALLOT PROPOSITIONS INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER: TO VOTE FOR OR AGAINST A BALLOT PROPOSITION, BLACKEN THE OVAL () COMPLETELY, TO THE LEFT OF THE AREA MARKED "FOR" OR "AGAINST". BALLOT PROPOSITION CROOK COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCE DISTRICT "SHALL THE CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IMPOSE A CONSERVATION DISTRICT TAX, NOT TO EXCEED ONE-HALF (1/2) MIL, ON ALL PROPERTY WITHIN CROOK COUNTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING NATURAL RESOURCI PROGRAMS DIRECTED BY THE CROOK COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCE DISTRICT?" IF THIS PROPOSITION IS APPROVED, THE SAME PROPOSITION SHALL BE SUBMITTED AT THE SECOND FOLLOWING GENERAL ELECTION OR i BY MAIL BALLOT PURSUANT TO W.S. 22-29-114 AND 22-29-115, AND THEREAFTER AT SUCCEEDING GENERAL ELECTIONS OR BY MAIL BALLOT PURSUANT TO W.S. 22-2g-114 AND 22-29-115, EVERY FOUR (4) YEARS UNTIL THE PROPOSITION IS DEFEATED. CC) FOR THE CONSERVATION DISTRICT TAX O AGAINST THE CONSERVATION DISTRICT TAX OFFICIAL MUNICIPAL BALLOT TOWN OF MOORCROFT MAYOR (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE BARBARA JEFFRES FRED WELCH C::) COUNCILMEMBER (FOUR YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR NOT MORETHANTWO IVAN WELFL NO CANDIDATE FILED C:D ..oo.,.o...o.ooooo.o. ...... oo.ooo.o... ...... o...o. .,..ooo.o.o...o.oo.,.,oo.oo*.o.o..ooooo,o,*oo..o.o COUNCILMEMBER (UNEXPIRED TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE C::::) JAY KIPLINGER CD • ..,,...,.,,.,,.o., ....... ,........., ..... ..,,.*Ά. I END OF BALLOT I  MOORCROFT WEST SIDE C]=j ALkYS / IN   I I:N  SAtB BALLOTS © es&s .1 PUBLISH: AUGIIT 10, 2000 Thursday, 2000 elementary fall schedule set need to register, 9al will be offered Elementary will begin for through sixth on Tuesday, All classes will be- day at 8:15 a.m. 3:20 p.m. when students at 2:00 p.m. school ad- requests that do not arrive at the to 8:00 The play- be supervised until 8:10 each however, the school until 8:05. run the fh'st day d hot lunches will i who are new or will are re- before the school. The office each day from to 12:00 p.m. and p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday, August 7. entering kinder- first grade will be to provide a birth Immunization be necessary for unable to come these hours please call the office at 283- 1227 to make other arrange- ments. SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM Parents and students in all grades, one through twelve are asked to purchase school lunch tickets before the first day of school. They can be purchased at the Sundance elementary school office dur- ing regular hours. Students will not be allowed to charge school lunches. Charging is prohibited under the Federal Hot Lunch Program. Lunch prices are: * Grades 1 through 12 - $2.00 * Adults - $3.50 * Extra mi]k - $. 15 (children) $.30(adults) Any amount of money up to $99.00 can be deposited into an individual's lunch account. A breakfast program will be offered for the first time this year with serving beginning at 7:45 a.m. Breakfast prices are: * Grades 1 through 12 - $1.10 * Adult prices will be deter- mined at the August school board meeting. Free and reduced meal appli- cations will be available at ei- ther the high school or elemen- tary school offices. "WHERE THE KID SHS FALL ATHLETIC SCHEDULE Fall athletic practices are set to begin on Monday, August 14. All participants need to have a complete and signed physical before they can practice The volleyball team needs to have new or very clean shoes before they will be allowed to practice on the floor. • FOOTBALL-equipment hand out will be on Sunday, August 13 at 7:00 p.m in the weight room. Practices on Monday will be at 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. • CROSS COUNTRY-wilt practice at 7:00 p.m. on Monday. Meet be- hind the gym. • VOLLEYBALL-9th and 10th graders will practice from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and 1 lth and 12th graders will practice from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. • GOLF-will practice at 5:15 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday, and at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday. • JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL will get their equipment at 9:30 a.m. on Monday. • JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL-will practice at 1:30 p.m. on Mon- day. Convention set for WY State Libertarian Party The Wyoming Libertarian Party will be holding their nominating convention on Saturday, August i2 at the Shilo Inn, 1-25 Evansville exit, in Casper. The convention will begin at 10:00 a.m. According to Dave Dawson, party communications direc- tor, a number of candidates for offices will be selected. The convention will consider the nomination of any eligible candidate for all partisan of- rices in the state. Any person interested in being a Libertarian candidate for a partisan office should register at their county clerk's office as a Libertarian and contact Dennis Brossman, state chair, in Lander at 332- 4574(email-brossma@ wyoming.com) or James Blomquist, vice-chair, in Riverton at 856-7878 (jblomtrib.com) prior to the convention. The Sundance Times 00__)nya.00qemen/ Mr. and Mrs. Les Sherrard of Hulett, Wyoming announce the engagement of their daughter, Jill Lindsay Sherrard to Christopher Ray Durfee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Durfee of Sundance, Wyoming. The bride-to-be is currently employed at Wal-Mart in Spearfish, South Dakota. The groom-to-be is employed with Ainsworth Benning Construction Co., Spearfish, South Dakota. The couple will be married September 2, 2000. DESIGNATION OF POLLING PLACES CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING 'With 22-12-101 Wyoming Statutes 1985, the following polling places are Primary Election August 22, 2000. 2000 ELECTION DISTRICTS AND PRECINCTS Precinct No. Klance Inside North ndance Inside South tlance Outside lah Creek Jurction BUlett Inside Haven 14Oorcroft West Side Side €4ony Names of Polling Place-City & Town Courthouse Basement, Sundance Courthouse Basement, Sundance Courthouse Basement, Sundance Community Building, Beulah Community Building, Aladdin Four Oaks School Alva Church, Alva GovetameCC, anyon School .... Sunny Divide Com Hail Barton Ranch Voling Booth Hulett Civic Center, Hulett Huiett Civic Center, Huiett Pine Haven Town Hail, Pine Haven Praideview Baplst Church, Moorcroft City Hall, Moorcroft City Hall, Moorcroft Rockypoint Community Building New Haven Community Building, New Haven Colony Community Building, Colony Oshoto Community Building, Oshoto illmistance to vote by reason of blindness, disability or inability to read or given amdsnce by a person of your choice. Also, if you have i the accessibility of your polling place, please contact your County ballots will be available to you. 2000. Crook County Clerk 20O0 NOTICE OF APPMCATION FOR RENEWAL OF CROOK COUNTY RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSES AND COUNTY RETAIL MALT BEVERAGE PERIBT8 FOR Z0-21 DESCRIPTION OF PLACE AND PREMISES DATE FILED RENEWAL OF RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSES dbs A 16'X30' room on the I -" floor of the northeast 07--00 12:15 P.M porln of the building. T53N R65W Secon 17 E1/2NW114 of the 6= p.m., Crook County, Wyoming. A 7'X10' package dispensing room on the 07-25-00 2:15PM north end of the building end a 9'X16' dispensing room on the west side of the building. T51N R66W Secon 34 NWll4 of the 6= p.m., Crook County, Wyoming. dbe A 12'X20' room on the southwe corner of the 07-21-00 10:30 AM 1-" floor of the building. T54N R61W Section 28 NEll4SWl/4 of the 6 = p.m., Crook County, Wyoming. A 40'X50" ronm on the southwest side of the 07-19-00 11:30 A.M. building. Town of Beulah, Block 5, Lots 9,10 and fmclional Lots 11 and 12, Crook County, Wyomg A room approxJmaly 10' wide on the east, 15' 07-17-00 10:30 AM wide on the wt, 13' wide in the middle and s larch of 40' on the south ida of the building T53N R60W Secon 32, N1/2NWl14 of the 6= pro, Crook County, Wyoming. A 20'X40' room o the east end of the building 07-20-00 10:15 AM A 'act of land in the SWll4SE1N, SE1/4SWl14 of Secon 8, T52N R65W of the 6= p.m., Crook County, Wyoming. RENEWAL OF COUNTY RETAIL MALT BEVERAGE PERMITS A 15(100' building. A tract of land in  07-14-00 10:30 AM. SWl/45W114 of Secon 8, T54N R65W of the 6= p.m., Cro County, Wyoming. A 40'X40' room in the KOA building. T53N 07-21-0011:15AM R65W , 8 SWl14SWl14 of the 6= p.m., .,, Crook County, Wyoming. A 12'X12' room in the no oomer of the 07-14-00 10:30 A.M. 1" floor of the building T52N R66W Section 17, SE114SEl/4 of the 6= pm., Crook County, Wyoming of these licenses, will be heard st the hour of 2:30 in the Commissioner's Room at the Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming. Connie D Tschetter, Crook County Clerk 24 end 31,2000 m,, • m,,• BB,, BB BB,, BB BB,, BB BB.BB n,, m OFFICIAL DEMOCRATIC AND NONPARTISAN PRIMARY BALLOT ROOK COUNTY INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER 1. TO VOTE YOU MUST BLACKEN THE OVAL () COMPLETELY NEXT TO THE NAME OF THE CANDIDATE FOR WHOM YOU WISH TO VOTE. 2. IF YOU SPOIL YOUR BALLOT, DO NOT ERASE, BUT ASK FOR A NEW BALLOT. 3. USE ONLY THE PENCIL PROVIDED. 4. TO WRITE IN A NAME, YOU MUST BLACKEN THE OVAL ( D ) TO THE LEFT OF THE DOTTED LINE PROVIDED, AND WRITE THE COMPLETE NAME ON THE SPACE PROVIDED FOR THAT PURPOSE. FEDERALOFFICES I I UNITED STATES SENATOR (SIX YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE O MELLOGAN C:SHELDENSUMEY O O WYOMING COUNTY OFFICES COUNTY COMMISSIONER (FOUR YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE NO CANDIDATE FILED ...,,. ..... ,,,....,.....,... ......... ,... ..... ...o PRECINCT COMMITTEEMAN (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE NO CANDIDATE FILED O .,.o...°...,...,...,.,..... ..... .,o..,,,..,...,oo. PRECINCT COMMITTEEWOMAN (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE NO CANDIDATE FILED CD UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE OFFICIAL PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT Crook County, WY Aug. 22, 2000 Connie D. Tschetter, Crook County Clerk MICHAEL ALLEN GREEN C:::::) LEONARD D. MUNKER o,.,,.,....*.*.....,,p,,,,°...o,..,o...o..o,,.,°o STATE OFFICES STATE RE HOUSE DISTRICT (TWO YE VOTE STANTON C ...... ,.o..,.,o ......... ,,...,,, ....... ,,,, ..... ,. AUGUST 22, 2000 OFFICIAL NONPARTISAN BALLOT BALLOT PROPOSITIONS INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER: TO VOTE FOR OR AGAINST A BALLOT PROPOSITION, BLACKEN THE OVAL () COMPLETELY, TO THE LEFT OF THE AREA MARKED "FOR" OR "AGAINST". BALLOT PROPOSITION CROOK COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCE DISTRICT "SHALL THE CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IMPOSE A CONSERVATION DISTRICT TAX, NOT TO EXCEED ONE-HALF (1/2) MIL, ON ALL PROPERTY WITHIN CROOK COUNTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING NATURAL RESOURCI PROGRAMS DIRECTED BY THE CROOK COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCE DISTRICT?" IF THIS PROPOSITION IS APPROVED, THE SAME PROPOSITION SHALL BE SUBMITTED AT THE SECOND FOLLOWING GENERAL ELECTION OR i BY MAIL BALLOT PURSUANT TO W.S. 22-29-114 AND 22-29-115, AND THEREAFTER AT SUCCEEDING GENERAL ELECTIONS OR BY MAIL BALLOT PURSUANT TO W.S. 22-2g-114 AND 22-29-115, EVERY FOUR (4) YEARS UNTIL THE PROPOSITION IS DEFEATED. CC) FOR THE CONSERVATION DISTRICT TAX O AGAINST THE CONSERVATION DISTRICT TAX OFFICIAL MUNICIPAL BALLOT TOWN OF MOORCROFT MAYOR (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE BARBARA JEFFRES FRED WELCH C::) COUNCILMEMBER (FOUR YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR NOT MORETHANTWO IVAN WELFL NO CANDIDATE FILED C:D ..oo.,.o...o.ooooo.o. ...... oo.ooo.o... ...... o...o. .,..ooo.o.o...o.oo.,.,oo.oo*.o.o..ooooo,o,*oo..o.o COUNCILMEMBER (UNEXPIRED TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE C::::) JAY KIPLINGER CD • ..,,...,.,,.,,.o., ....... ,........., ..... ..,,.*Ά. I END OF BALLOT I  MOORCROFT WEST SIDE C]=j ALkYS / IN   I I:N  SAtB BALLOTS © es&s .1 PUBLISH: AUGIIT 10, 2000