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mmis, (Cont. From Pagc 6} l~Gels informed the Board the gravel project on Stephen Geis Co. Rd. #44 has been completed. III moved to approve the following resoluU0n: ~I~[ RESOLUTION NO. 7-1996 l~ RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING APPOINTMENT OF SPECIAL DEPUTY COUNTY A'ITORNEY ~REAS, Crook County has been made as a party defendant in civil litigaUon venued in the United States 20Court for the District of Wyoming in a case entitled Union Pacific Railroad Company. et al. vs. R.M. Burton, Director, Wyoming Department of Revenue, et al, (Crook County and eleven other Case No. 96 CV153d, significant convenience and economics of scale will be recognized by the counties through dation and unification of their defense efforts in such litigation: and 261 Thomas D. Roberts, County Attorney for Laramie County, State of Wyomihg. is possessed of d pe t ah rlence and knowledge in the particular area of controversy presented by the subject litigation, "-should be appointed as a special deputy county attorney assist in the litigation of the subject ersy conjointly with Joseph M. Baron, County and Prosecuting Attorney for Crook County, and Mr. has verbally consented to undertake such Joint thereof; and engagement of special counsel to assist the County Attorney with matters of this matter is i lllcally authorized by W.S. 18-3-302 (c), the necessity and propriety thereof being clear and apparent Board of County Commissioners. !~rTHEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that Thomas D. Roberts. the County Attorney for Laramie t he ty' Wyoming Shall be, and is hereby duly appointed as Special Deputy County Attorney for and on tlon OfCrook County. State of Wyoming, for the purpose in assisting Crook County. State of Wyoming in :ptters pending in Civil Action No. 96CV163d enUfled Union Pacific Railroad Company, et al vs. R.M. Putl0 =:al e" Burton, Director, Wyoming Department of Revenue, et al, venued in the United States District Alan for the District of Wyoming and in any similar matter before the Board of Equalization. FURTHER RESOLVED that Crook County shall pay from its general funds its fair, equitable, and onate share of all costs incurred by the Laramie County Attorney, in the course of its conjoint FF. ntation of Crook County, State of Wyoming. this 4th day of September, 1996 BOARD OF CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I~F. Miller, Chairman Alan Roberts, Vice-Chairman na~Cq~A. Semlek, Member ATTEST: Connie D. Tschetter, Crook County it thedll[aeconded, all ayes, motion carried. aloved to approve the following resoluUon: ToWef~ RESOLUTION NO. 8-1996 STATEMENT OF INVESTMENT POLICY FOR CROOK COUNTY ring, is~,RE~.S. Wyoming Statutes permit the County Treasurer to invest county funds, with the approval of s ofCounty Commissioners: and t. Wyoming statutes permit county Boards to invest Board Funds; and ttEAS.I' tCEAS Wyorning Statute 9-4-831 sets forth the restricUons upon the Investment of Public Funds by ~_.'~aty Treasurer and the County Museum, Fair and Library Board: and ount~~, the Board of County commissioners in and for Crook County wants to insure the maximum i~for the principal of public funds; and ,, mt v~.~cF.AS, Wyoming Statute 9-4-831 (h) requires Crook County to have a Statement oflnvestment Policy" I to laust be read, acknowledged and followed by the CountyTreasurer, Boards and those providing advice |L.lerVices to any government entity;, and : FORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the County Treasurer and County Boards are authorized to invest ,"rO funds as author/zed by Wyoming Statutes while assuring the maximum security of principal and "" - . .to the sald statutes. fca~ pursuant to the requirements of W.S. 9-4-831(h) this 4th day of September, 1996. Board of County Commissioners Commissioner e -k l ISsloner ATIF_,ST: Crook County Clerk e scconded, all ayes, motion carried. ]r oved to approve the Private Waterline License Upon County Road No. 94 Known as "Sundance- e reek'' County Road between Crook County and Mary S. Garman. Trustee. Mary S. Garman Trust. Seeonded. all ayes. motion carried. ; bo Board approved the monthly report and certification receipts from the Justice of the Peace for .86. unty, llteeting adjourned at 4:20 o'clock p.m. to meet in regular session on October I, 1996 at 8:00 o'clock the commissioner s Room at the Courthouse In Sundance, Wyoming. he~ Major F. Miller, Chairman : Alan Roberts, Vice-Chairman S ~ C Mark A. SemleL Member e~ onnie D. Tschetter, County Clerk ~.~t~: Sep tem ber 12, 1996 open the new football season, the Sundance Bulldogs the Newell Irrigators 67-0 here Friday in the Sundance game. The Bulldogs piled up 356 yards rushing and and limited Newer to -25 yards rushing and 18 passing. scored in every quarter and led 29-0 at halftime. Bun back Chris Marchant paced the potent Sundance attack with uchdowns as he carried 13 tLmes for 104 yards. ,b ~1] had three passes picked off, was sacked five times and lost four fumbles. L/vingston started the ball rolling, kicking a 22-yd. feld goal in quarter. Chris Marchant ended the first period scoring with a oScoring run. tee time -_ . cond quarter, Sundance scored ths. Luke Edwards an interception 17 yards, Chris Merchant scored on a 14-yd. ~l Zack Miller grabbed a 32-yd. scoring pass from Bryan Sharp. i~ce posted four more Scores in the third quarter. Chris Merchant i~t~l an interception 53 yards and [Jvingston ran 9 yards for a _ ~oevln Marchant then scored on a I I-yd. run and Nick Gill had 1 etOUchdown run. . final period, Dane Willey scored on a 22-yd. pass from and Tyson Sackett recovered a fumble in the end zone to no the scoring. a# ,aace High School opened ,:450~'~foall season by dropping i~i~s t~ Hulett, 5-15, 15-9 and jl~' and Moorcroft, 12-15, 15-7 " Cs for the games were: Hulett; Serving - Carla i 18/17, 94%, 2 aces, Madie ,, p 12/13. 92.3%, 3 aces; Kills Y '- . rawford, 10, Madie Fouch, - s - Whitney Rogers, 19; ~lJi~tllocks- Crawford, 3; Digs- "' Wales, 8, Crawford 7, MrcrR: Serving - Cirks' er I 94.4%, 2 aces: Kills- :i 7, Fouch 6; Assists - Moberg, Sundance Com- ppv," Crook County his- "alch begins Wednesday, 18: Country dance, lay, Sept. 25; Karate, Sept. 16: and double sewi1 .rlng quilting, Thursday, ,,~ has been some question L Instructor for the history ulXle Boyle. Moberg said Will be teaching the class. 'c . l oTr r::fth lTmi at 283-2769. Rogers, 17; Stuff Blocks - Craw- ford, 4; Digs - Jill Tschetter, 4, Wales, 4 and Fouch. 4. Kids as the highlight for our day. It was a little chilly and cloudy for our tastes. We are into swash ~nel The Friends of the Nursir, g Home have been working on a quilt on Thursday afternoons. Sex rt,! of the residents have been pe~ping them as well, and everyone seems to enjoy themselves. It is coming along quite well and is going to be very pretty. Our monthly birthday party will be held on Wednesday. Sept. 1 1 which is a little early. 11, : partywill be sponsored by the family of Marge Dennis. She is our only birthday person this monthl.lt will be held at 1:00 in the nursing home dining room. We continue to work on our crafts for the bazaar which wil'. be held the first part of November. We have all of the wooden toy trucks fin- ished and the bird houses are all painted. The residents look forward to people coming in and visiting with them. The following people have been in for visitation: Mark and Sara Clark to visit Ray Newman: Reva King to see John Wood; Charlie, Tammy and kids, Charles and Chandler Case to see Gilds Dirks: Elaine and Ly-nan Lalsy and Robert and Sandie Penn to see Hattie Penn: Hazel Gordon to see John Wood, Gilda Dirks, Velma Eaton, Louise Clark, Henry Pickerd, Verna Gray and Mildred Storm: Bob and Shirley Jones to see John Wood; and Richard and Irene Snider for church and visi- tation. Elali Clark SEPTEMBER 12, 1906 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 i i i i i iii :ii!/ ii BRANDY DUCA - DON HOLMES Remember to attend the Sun- dance Senior Citizen meeting on were Tuba Carroll, Amanda Kettley, and Trscl Nold. Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. at Bestmanwssthebrotherofthe~room, Wayne Holmes. Groomsmen thecenter.Therepalrofthehudget were Dallas Dougiss, Scott LaVaesuer and Chad Hodson. shop will be, flnal/zed and other The flower girl was Dermis Huggins, niece of the groom.. Trey items ofinterestwill be discussed. Sneathen, nephew of the groom, was the ringbcarer. Please attend and help the group Ushers were the bride's brothers, Ryan Duea, Chad Duca, and Levi to start some fund projects. Duc Paul L/alnos drove to Sundance The bride Is a 1902 graduate of Upton High School. She Is now on Saturday to take Wanda Liamos attending Black Hills State University and plans to graduate in May to her home in Cheyenne. Wanda 1997 with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and a has been staying with Dora Hay- second bachelor's in 8peisl Education. wardsincethepasstogawayofCal The groom Is a 1986 graduate of Upton High School. He Is Hayward. currently employed by American Colloid Company. Among those attending funeralThe couple make their home in Upton, WY. services of Calvin Hayward were Joe JedrykoWskl from Missoula, headache. HulettseniorCenter, 9-noon, Oct. MT, JackiJedrykowski from Rapld The flu is often forgotten about in 18 and Nov. 15. City, SD, Bernard Hayward and this day and age of antibiotics, but MoorcroR Senior Center, 9-noon, Bill Hayward fHyannis' NE' Burt in the early 1900's it was the Oct" 17 and Nv" 14" and Dee Prlngle of Saratoga, WY, number one killer In the United Everyone is encouraged to come Wanda Liamos ofCheyenne, andStates ,: .... - andgetvacclnated, Therewillbea S UNDAN PaUl Liamos ofColora'k Influenzada, sttll a serious proD- $5.00 charge. LUNCH lam Several persons in this area at- lem to a large number of the people So get a grip! Come and get tm- Thursd=y, September 12 tended the ranch auction of Ray in our country: munized! . Hot turkey sandwich, mashed and Edna Robinson on Saturday.* persons over the age of 65 Brandy Duca and Don Holmes were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony on July 6, 19@6 at the United Methodist Church in Newcastle, WY with Dr. Robert Firebaugh officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mark and Cindy Dues of Upton. She is the great-granddaughter of Fred and Jessie Tschetter and the granddaughter of Leeter and Donna Waugh, all of Sundance, and Jack and Mary Duca of Upton. The groom Is the son of Carole Hudson of Grand Forks, ND and the late John Holmes of Upton. He Is the grandson of Albert Clyde, formerly of Upton. Matron of honor was a friend of the bride, Kim Abrams. Bridesmaids This asset-protecting insurance coverage was designed especially to protect you from this potential disaster! Money back plans are also available. * It will, but the price is high. Medicaid laws require that personal assets must be "spent down" to poverty levels before the government will pay. /LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE FROM SECURITY INSURANCE does. * It pays only about 5 percent of total cost. * MEDICARE SUPPLEMENTS? They don't pay unless Medicare pays. * FAMILY MEMBERS? Often cant. According to one study, 54 percent of Baby Boomers had NO IRA's, Annuities or Savings Accounts. Sundance Senior Center, 9-noon, OcL 21 and Nov. 18. COW POKES 1st Annual Aladdin gRAFTERS FAIR Saturday, Oct. 5 Space available Call 307-283-2527 for more d tslls By Ace Reid "Hey, you fellers better quit arguing over cloud seeders and git back in the shade before you both git sunstroke!" If you want to fight, go to the gym. If you want to gamble, go to Vegas. If you want HONEST effort from FAIR PEOPLE ... come to Sundance State Bank. Phone 283-1074 can and Friday, September 20 Submarine sandwich, French PUBLIC HEALTH fries, carrot sticks, fruited Jello with whipped topping. NURSE'NOTES l nll Ilflllii~UllmflllHHlitHlOUlilUlUlIdlIHiU~ Nursing Home | o.,. o.,, ! remember what these words mean. !t~mmummmHmammm~a~m~n~ Grippe or Grip was the name given by Activities Department to influenza or the flu years ago. We have been busy enjoying the The flu is caused by numerous last of the summer sunshine We viruses that can infect the respl- spent a quiet Labor Day with ice ratory tract causing symptoms of cream sundaes and the Sundance fever, runny nose. cough, and potatoes and gravy, mixed veg- etables, apple crisp. Friday, September 13 French dip sandwich, fresh veg- gies with dip, fresh fruit. Monday, September 16 Chicken faJRa on a soft shell, shredded lettuce, cheese, tater tots, fresh fruit, churros. Tuesday, 8eptember 17 Potato bar, toppings: chili, cheese sauce, diced ham, sour cream, lettuce salad, garlic bread sticks, fresh fruit. Wednesday, scptember 18 Breakfast for lunch: bacon scramble, breakfast squares, cheese sticks, potato cubes, applesauce. Thursday, September le Chicken gyro on a plt lettuce, tomato, fresh fruit, lemon bars. and Judy Hogan and son, Nicho- las. Their grandson, Dale Hogan Jr. and wife, Ellen and son, Quiver from Ft. Wayne, IN were visitlng for a few days. Quiver is the only great- grandson who carries the Hogan family name. On Saturday Ervle and Lydia Hogan motored to Spearfish on business and enjoyed breakfast at the Log Cabin Care on Sunday morning after attending church. Ray and Edna had the misfortune * nursing home residents to be involved in a car accident on * adults and childrenwith chronic their way home Saturday evening, disorders of the heart and lungs or They are both patients at Rapid metabolic diseases City Regional Hospital. A get well * children receiving long-term wish is extended to all who were aspirin therapy injured in the accident. Crook County Public Health will On Thursday Erv/e and Lydia be offering flu shots again this year Hogan drove to Newell. SD where at the following times and loca- they visited at the home of Dale tions: