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Thursday. September 30. 1999 lo- by the County The man "WHERE THE KID GoT HIS NAME" / n iveprogram [Working ain g emigrant g IV olence: What a writer and from Laramie, will dis- graves still be found In central during her public pro- Oct. 8at the Crook feared to the emi- found Wyo- U8 they Lesley Wischmann emi- the Indl- some less of a threat to the plo- disease, accidents, firearms. SlIde-fllustrated program, discusses the graves poignant stories behind Anlmal Manage- } their sirs- their next meet- and 5, In Casper at Game and Fish Office at 3030 Energy The meeting will begin at Monday. creating plan to fulfill the 1999 mandate to protect , and reduce to wildife, livestock and by predatory and depre- or birds. the board will devote most to gen- they'll raf- concluding with a pub- period from 4:30 to them, helping us understand who the emigrants were while also re- vealing a great deal about modern efforts to preserve the legacy el those who made the arduous trip. Wischmann's articles on various Western his- tory topics have appeared in numerous na- tional publica- tions. She serves on the Board of Direc- tors of the Or- egon-California Trails Associa- tion and is dedicated to the preservation el the emigrant trails and their legacy. Her presenta- tion is one of 21 offered by the Wyoming Council for the Humanities' through its 1999 Speakers Bureau. The bureau, which provides hu- manities programs to nonprofit or- ganizatlons throughout the state, is funded by the National Endow- ment for the Humanities and pri- vate contributions. For more infor- mation about the bureau, call 307- 766-5096. Travel ind ustry representatives from across Wyoming will dis- cuss "New Millennium Travel Trends" in Sheridan October 5 and 6, at the Holiday Inn for the Fall 1999 Wyoming Travel In- dustry Coalition (WTIC) Market- ing and Legislative Conference and the Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association (WLRA} Annual Meeting, accordtng to WLRA Executive Director Lynn Birleffi. 'This is the time for travel In- dustry leaders from around Wyo- ming to hear about the upcoming launch of online hotel reserva- t.ions through our WorldRes sys- tem, learn about the Wyoming Travel Division's plan for next year's advertising, examine and st Dome= can You It is your business ..... Domestic violence is the single major cause of injury to American women, exceeding rapes, muggings and even automobile accidents. The CDC recently reported that it is 9 times more dangerous for a woman in her own home than on the streets. Wyoming is no exception. October, which is~ Domestic Violence Awareness month, brings heightened recognition and direct attention to this issue, yet domestic violence is not a one-month-a-year problem. It is a year round struggle for many women, and needs to be addressed as such. No matter who you are, or what your role in the community, you can be a part of the effort to work against domestic violence on a daily basis. Crook Co. Family Violence/SexuaIAssault Services has many services available to victims in the community, yet, vce need help from every facet of the community in order to effectively deter domestic violence. The county has to work together as a whole, to get out the message that we will not tolerate domestic violence in our communities. It affects EVERYBODY. Take a moment to think about your different roles in the commu- nltles and what fou personally can do to actively work to end domestic violence. We will run a series of articles regarding everyone's role. Crook County Family Violence/Sexual Assault Service 315 Main St., Sundance, WY 283-2415 or 800-815-2299 Ryan Wood royalty for SDSM&T lum ! discuss the state's budget prob- lems and gather ideas from each other in networking sessions," Birleffi sald. The WLRA represents over 400 Wyoming hotels and restaurant properties, she said, while the WTIC is a coalition of over 70 industry travel groups. 'The fall meeting is a great op- portunity for a large attendance because it comes after the busy summer travel season and be- fore the busy winter season," Birleffl said, "and we're planning to discuss the major issues driv- ing Wyoming's travel industry into the next millennium." For more information or to con- tact Lynn Birleffi at Cheyenne at 307-634-8816. Ryan Wood of Hulett has been selected as a member of the M- Week 1999 Homecoming Court for the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (SDSM&T). Ryan, a mechanical engineering major, Is the son of Park and Luem Wood. SDSM&T's Alpha Omega Epsflon is his campus sponsoring organization for the Homecoming Court. His activities at SDSM&T in- elude Delta Sigma Phi, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and Mini BaJa team. The coronation of this year's homecoming king and queen will be held Thursday, September 30, at 8:00 p.m. in the Surbeck Cen- ter Ballroom. SDSM&Ts M-Day parade, football game and dance on Saturday. October 2, will cul- minate a week of homecoming activities. The Sundance Times Iml CROOK COUNTY MEDICAL SERVICES DISTRICT DR. B~I~I DR. ChS~ DR. V ILLAi'~ BOB C'~t~rNC=~,PAC PA~"rI VOLL, NP DR. ~ ~iR. B(~M~K~I~N DR. CkSE'Y DR. VZ!d~ DR. VII~ DR. VI~ ~. GCI~ON DR. EW3MJ~W~q BOB CI~,tMINC~S.PAC PATTI VOE~, NP ~. OhSEY DR" DR. CA.5~ DR. C~EY DR. VILI~ DR.VILLANO DR.~t~Rl~I'I/~Si~ DR. VILLANO DR. P43~TS D~.CALBO~q I~.STEARt~ d ~ ~ ~ DR. BCMENGEN DR. CASEY PA~I V(~, NP DR. CASEY DR. I~EN_ DR. VIL[JtNO M~ DR. VIL[~NO DR. YOUNG DR. VILL~_.--- DR, GO~ DR. DR. eX3~;N VII.~ BOB Ct~INGS,PAC pATTI VOLL, NP DR. CASEY pATti VOLL, NIP DR. CASE"/ DR, VILLAS) DR. VILLANO DR. B~ DR, ROBERTS DR. ~ I~. V~ of Memories are treasures, none can steal. Death is a heartache, none can heal. Some may forget you, now that you're gone. But we will remember, no matter how long. We will always love you. From your Family andFriends II ex-officio, non-vet- to the board have ' thelr respec- and appointed by 'Geringer. They are :U.S. Bob Mountain, Bureau of Land Man- , Cheyenne; and Wildlife Service, Domenici, Casper. Iddltion. Raymond Turk, ~', as the new president of Predatory Animal Advi- has replaced Jw Hulett, on the board. rules for parents German-style Knit- Cindy Cc Cindy women who'd grown and mastered the for speed. Even several colors can You'll learn troubleshooting, pattern. By the you'll be able to projects on your own for further lessons Classes , begm- October 12, until 8:00 p.m., and $20. If students would another weekday Cindy will be Phone Community at 283-1030 to regis- whose elementary are interested in learn the rules Wednesday, Sep- at 7:00 p.m. in room High School. boosters know There's no charge for so leave your wal- Just bring your en- 5ale Terms: Cash Chocks Master Card/VISA YELLOW PLASTIC 2, AFTER THE . THERE'S STILL Store 2719 SOUTH HIGHWAY 5S5 (1/2 MILE SOUTH OF 190) SUNDANCE, WY $2729 Sat. 8:00 - 6:00 Sun. Cloeed t