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Pase 10 - Thursday, II I September 30. 1999 "WHERE THE KID qOT HIS NAME" The Sundan4 NOTICB OP R LCSM A default has occurred through Mortgagor's and/or subsequent owner's failure to pay that Promlmmry Note in the original amount oDt44.800.00, secured by a Mortgage dated July 10, 1996; recorded July 23, 1996, Book 344, Page 839, Reception No. 524436, In Crook CounW. Wyoming: given by Kenneth S. Hampton and Carol Anne Hampton, mortgagors, to Weyerhaeuser Mortgage Com- pany, as mortgagee; and sub- sequent]y, through one or more recorded assignments, assigned to Aames Capital Corporation; securing property described as: LOT 5 OF BLOCK 8 IN THE THIRb ADDITION TO THE " WN OF MOORCROFT, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING. Purported Common Address: 204 North Belle Fourche Avenue, Moorcroft. Wyoming. Mortgagee has declared the unpaid balance of $44,597.50, PLUS interest, advances, fees and costs, due and payable in full, and is advertising to sell said property to satisfy the same;and WHEREAS, no sult or proceeding has been insti- tuted at Law to recover any part of the debt remaining; and WHEREAS, the Mortgagee has given notice of its intention to foreclose. NOW, THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the property will be offered for sale and sold by the Sheriffs office of Crook County, Wyo- ralng, to the highest bidder, for cash at public venue at the front door of the Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming, at 10:00 a.m. on October 21, 1999. The Sheriff is not authorized to sell the property without a written bid from our office, and an authorized representative in attendance on the lender's be- half. Aames CapltaICorporatlon, Mortgagee - Meinhold, Stawiarskl. Shapiro. & Codilis, LLP Attorney for Mortgagee {303} 799-0083 Publish: September 16.23, 30, and October 7. 1999 MMm STATE OF WYOMING COUNTY OF CROOK IN M DISTRIt r COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT CIVIL ACTION NO. 6998 IN M OFTHB NAMZCHAN JERALD DANIEL MCGILL WMAN NOTICE OF PETITION TO CHANGE NAME OF JERALD DANIF MCGILL COWMAN TO WHOM IT MAY CON- CERN: YOU WILL TAKE NOTICETHAT DIAt IE LEA ROBERTS, HAS FIL -D A PETITION IN THE ABOVE CAPTIONED MATrER TO CHANGE HERSON'S NAME FROM JERALD DANIEL MCGILLCOWMANTO JERALD DANIEL ROBERTS. YOU ARE REQUIRED BY LAW TO FILE wrH-ITHE CLERKOFDISTRICT COURT AND TO SERVE UPON ALL PARTIES TO THIS PRO- CEEDING AN ANSWER. RE- SPONSE. OBJECTION TO THIS PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS OF THE LAST DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- TICE. IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO. THE PETITION TO CHANGE NAME SHALL BE TAKEN AS TRUE AND A FINAL DECREE OF NAME CHANGE WILL BE ENTERED IN THIS MATrER ACCORDINGLY. WTrNF. BS MY H.AND AND SEAL OF SAID COURT THIS 10TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 1999. Christina R. Wood CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT Publish: September 16, 23, 30. and October 7, 1999. MMm PUBLIC NOTICE On April 12, 1999, Powder River Energy Corporation (PRECorp} filed with the Wyo- rnlng Public Service Commis- sion (PSC) for authority to implement harmonic distortion rules and regq ations. The ap- plication stateci that the pro- posed rules and regulations were intended to address the growing issues of harmonic distortion caused by the use of Variable Frequency Drives. The possible problems caused by harmonic distortion include transformer overheating, mo- tor failures, blown fuses, ca- pacRor failure and misoperation of controls. The application placed the responsibility and cost for cor- recting harmonic distortion passing through the PRECorp system on the party creating the distortion. On August 26, 1999, PRECorp filed revised tariffs which add a provision for establishing a mutuallyacceptable timeline to correct harmonic distortion on the ComPany's system in cases where the cost to the customer would exceed $I0,000.00. In addition, the revision provides a mechanism for resolving dis- putes between the customer and the Company regarding the determination of the cause of harmonic distortion on the PRECorp system. You may review the applica- tion at the PSC in Cheyenne, or at the offices of PRECorp, in Sundance, Gillette and Sheri- dan, Wyomlng, during regular business hours. To intervene, request a hear- Ing, file a statement, or protest this application you must file with the Commission mention- ing Docket No. I0014-CT-99- 39 on or before October 6, 1999. If you wish to participate and require reasonable accommo- dation for a disability, call the PSC at {307) 777-7427 or write the PSC at 2515 Warren Av- enue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002. Communica- tions impaired persons may contact the PSC through Wyo- ming Relay at 1-800-877-9965. Dated September 10, 1999 Publish: 1999. September 23. 30, mlm NOTICE OF ABANDONED VEHICLE SALE 1973 HILLCREST 12x60 MO- BILE HOME VIN#02591776. TOTAL CHARGES AGAINST MOBILE HOME $3,000.00, WHICH ISTHE MINIMUM BID. SALE TO BE HELD SEPTEM- BER 30, 1999 AT 212 EDNA ST., SUNDANCEAT I0:00 A.M. TED BLAKEMAN Publish: 1999 September 23, 30, mmm NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE A default has occurred through Mortgagor's and/or subsequent owner's failure to pay that Prom- issory Note in the original amount of $80,750.00 secured by a Mortgage dated September 18, 1997; recorded September 26, 1997, Book 355, Page 131, Reception No. 531244 (re-re- cording Info.: N/A) in CROOK County, Wyoming; given by TIMMIE G. GERBERAND CINDY GERBER, mortgagors, to FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GILLETFE, as mortgagee; and subsequently, through one or more recorded assignments, assigned to COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC.; securing property de- scribed as: LOT 5 AND 6 IN BLOCK 3 INTHE SEVENTH ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF MOORCROFT, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING. PURPORTED COMMON AD- DRESS: 420 N. GREEN RIVER, MOORCROFT, WYOMING. Mortgagee has declared the un- paid balance of $79,462.88, PLUS interest, advances, fees and costs, due and payable in full, and is advertising to sell pear at the public hearing and present their comments on the record, either orally or In writ- ten form, or mall their written comments to the Commission pri6r to the public hearing date. sald property to satisfy the same: and WHEREAS, no suit or pro- ceeding has been instituted at Law to recover any part of the debt remaining; and WHEREAS, the Mortgagee has given notice of its intention to foreclose, NOW, THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the prop- erty will be offered for sale and sold by the Sheriffs office of CROOK County, Wyoming, to the highest bidder, for cash at public venue at the front door of the Courthouse in CROOK County, Wyoming at 10:00 a.m. on October 28, 1999. The Sheriff Is not authorized to sell the property without a writ- ten bid from our office, and an authorized representative In at- tendance on the lender's behalf. COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC., Mortgagee Meinhold, Stawiarski, Shapiro, & Codilis, LLP Attorney for Mortgagee 9200 East MineraIAvenue, Suite 35O Englewood, CO 80112 (303) 799-0083 Publish: September 23, tober 7 and 14, 1999 MMM 30, Oc- PUBLIC NOTICE The Wyoming Public Service Commission (PSC) has set for public hearing the application of Powder River Energy Corpo- ration (PreCorp) for authority to chang e its retail rate levels ap- pllcable to its Eastern Division customers (formerlyTri-County} in its implementation of the second year rate adjustment associated with its five-year rate rebalancing plan. The public hearing will be held on Wednesday, November 3, 1999, commencing at 9:00 a.m. in the Commission's Hearing Room, at the Hansen Building, 2515 Warren Av- enue. 8u/te 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming. Any supplemental prefiled testimony of PreCorp and prefiled testimony oflntervenors shall be filed with the Commis- sion, on or before October 20, 1999, and served concurrently on all parties of record. If you wish to participate and require reasonable accommo- dations for disability, call the PSC at (307) 777-7427 or write us at the Hansen Building, 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002. Communications impaired persons may contact the PSC through Wyoming Relay at 1- 800-877-9965. Dated September 17, 1999. Publish: September 23, 30, 1999. Week of September 13. 1999 Speeding: Jackie Trout. ND. 82/60. $215; Su- san Rodriguez. CO. 90/75. $195; Eric Merryman. IA. 86/75. $95; Mark McKfflop. Gillette. 85/75. $90; Wenyi Zhang. CA, 87/75. $105; Curtis Wright, Four Comers. 50/30. $130; Francis Vieara. Buffalo. 76/65. $61; Michael Shiffemiller. Green River. 74/ 65. $60; Harold Root. WI. 74/65. $55; Mykel Ost, SD. 89/75. $195; Eric Nolan. NY. 90/75. $200; Jormi Moyer. PA, 85/75. $90; Kaye Mffler. CO. 83/75. $80; John Marshall. IA. 76/65. $58; Scott McLaughlin. "IN, 74/60. $121; Laura Kramer. MI. 96/ 75. $195; John Kane. NY. 84/75. $85; Brooke Homeyer. IL. 77/60. $167;Jason Griggs. MT. 84/75. $85; Michael Erickson. MN. 77/65. $61; Guy Cook. Gillette. 74/60. $121; Rya Bailey, Gillette. 84/75. $85; "P/mothy Warrtck, OH. 77/65, $61; Tifflnee Mowrer, SD. 85/75, $90: Clark Luebbert, NE, 84/75, $85; Danden Korturm Gillette, 88/75. $115; Cheng Huang, MO, 87/75. $110; Theodor Anderson, MN, 62/45, $167; Chester Neff, MT, 87/75, $105: Christopher Larsen, GiUette, 85/75. $90: Amy JoUey, GreybuU, 86/75. $95: Juan Ramirez. TX. 89/75, $200: Jennifer Flair. NE. 85/75. $90; Ray Leahy. SD. 80/65. $70; Marc Voorhees. SD. Theproposed rates as set forth 85/75. $90; Betty Jo Paine..'IX. 801 below, W lchwlll beao lcable 65, $7o; H.e hcr. Helr r,:C Xte. 46/30 $I 14: Brent Eri.~c~kson. Sheri- to Eastern Division customers 92/ 5, $195: BflI Vade, AZ, only, were approved on an In- terim basis, effective for service provided on and after June 29, 1999, subject, however, to fur- ther notice, investigation, pro- test, public hearing, change, refund and such further deter- mination as the Commission may deem necessary. The pro- posed rates will provide the Company with additional rev- enues in the total amount of $500,360 per annum for an 0.88% overall increase. Residential rates are proposed to be increased by 5.3O% * Realdential-Seasonal rates are proposed to be in creased by 20.67% ResidentialTime of Day rates are proposed to be de- creased by 0.92% General Service ratesare proposed to be increased by 3.39% Large Power rates are proposed to be decreased by 1.399'0 No changeHn current rate levels are being proposed for the Large Power Transmis- sion (LPT-E), Large Power Transmission Contract (LPT- E-C), Irrigation, Black H|lls or Lighting customer classes. The rates ultimately ap- proved by the Commission and the manner in which the increases are to be recovered from the individual customer classes may be greater or less than those being proposed by PreCorp, 'which have been approved on an interimbasis. The Commission has previ- ously provided public notice of this proposed rate increase In the service area of PreCorp and opportunity for interested per- sons to intervene and become parties to gma proceeding. PreCorp's application, preflled testimony and supporting ex- hibits are on file in the Company's of flees in Sundance, Wyoming, and in the Commission's offices In Chey- enne, Wyoming, and may be Inspected by any interested person during regular business hours. 72/60, $113; Brian Taylor, IN, 77/ 65, $61; Brent Sovern, OH, 83/75, $80; Jon Kershner, Gillette, 85/75, $90; Shane Hughes. CO. 85/75. $90; Robe~ Ham. SD. 87/75. $I 10; Terry Cad),. SD. 82/75. $75; Anna DeSmet. ID. 84/75. $85; Kristina Miakus. MI. 89/75. $195; Knut Drelsbach. VA, 78/65. $64; Marlies Piegsa. NM. 85/ 75. $90. No headlight on-motorcycle: Craig Perfett, ND. $50; Stanley Moore. IN. ~)0; Dougi~Lq Love. MO. $50; Thomas Dinwoodie. NM. $50; Jesse Correa. MA, $50; Joseph Wolansky. CO. 850; MartelVfflagomez. CA. $50; Karl Vasicek Ill. CO. $50; Ronald Tusklnd. CO. $50; Stephen Trippett. OK. $50; Glerm Tart. SC. $50; Steven Salter. IA, $50; Dennis Rhoden. KS. $50; John Pruitt, OH. $50; GiIIes Plante. QB. $.50; James Pashia. MO. $50; Brian Lapour. CO. $50; Steven James. NE. $50; Wayne Hartley. IA. $50; Terry Dvorak. CO. $50; David Dasch. SD. $50; Timothy Conrad. Rrl. $50: Matthew Clarke, MO. $50; Robert ChreUen, TX, $50; Shawn Wilson, KS, $50; Gordon Young, IN, 850; Darrin Evans. Laramie. $50; Leland Uden. NE. $50; Scott Rapchak. PA. $50; James Myers. KS. $50; Aaa Howard, TX. $50;. Robert Hoffman, "IX, $50; Raymond Caron Jr., BC. $50; Michae McDonough. MA. $50; Ronald Wright. CA. $50. Handlebars too ldgh-motorcycle: Daniel Smith, IL. $50; KennethWhite. VA. 850; Albert Sheperd. FL. $50; Frank Michael. OH. $50; Jeff Bestelman. IL. $50; Fredrick Cisneros. Cheyenne. $50. Riding two abreast-motorcyde: Jeffrey Reiter. WI, $50; Peter Olson, WI. $50; Richard Kaiser Jr.. WI, $50; Luann Leibbrandt. CO. 850; Bruce Grtfflth, CO. 850; John Kirschbaum, OH, $50; Dann Lindstrom. MN, $50; Ronald Gunderson. WA. $50, Brett Bachana. SD. $50. No driver's license: Juan Ramirez, TX. $50. No motorcycle endorsement: Charles Garrison. CO, $50: Darrin Evans, Laramie, $50; Darrtn Evans, Laramie {2nd), $50. Fail to use turn signal: Mitchell Fedorick, MI, $50. Weaving: David Sautter. NE. $50. Follow too closely causing an accident: Anyone desiring to file a statement, representation, or protest in this matter may ap- DustLn Suchor. GiUette. $50. Stbp sign violation: Sandra Buford. CO. $50; Robert Buford, CO. $50; Melvin Czech. OH, $50: James Billion, SD, $50. Drive through median: Douglas Devers. Gill~tte. $50. State park camping violation: Stephanie Holwell. Gillette, $50: Daniel Brimmer. Gillette. $50: Tommy James, Gillette, $50. No overweight permit: Ty McLaughlin, Sundance, $100; Francis Vandrin. MN, $100. Overweight: David Noland, NE, $70; John McClure, NE, $70; Edward Heidrich. SD. $70. No proof of insurance: David Dasch, SD, $400; Darrin Evans, Laramie, $400. Property destruction under $500: Dan/el Lee, HuletL fine-S300, court costs-S20. Victims Compensation- S 100. restRu tion-$433.54.Jail-3 days. suspend-3 days after spending 5 hours in holding ceil. probatlon-6 months, make written apology to Neiman Sawmill. under house arrest for probation, may do 58.25 hours community service in lieu of fine. not violate any laws, keep court informed of address, may pay restitution thru work program under supervision of Jim Neiman. Driving while under the influence of alcohol: Roy Rasmusson, Sundance, fine- $750, suspend-S250, court costs- $20, Victims Compensatlon-$100, Jail-180 days, suspend-173 days, probation-6 months, not violate any laws, keep court informed of address. 2 counts battery and indirect contempt of court: Tara Rivers, Sundance. court costs- $50, Victims Compensatton-$200, Jail-I year, required to attend Sun- dance High School. obey all rules and regulations of the school, no extra- curricular activities, travel directly to and from school. No fishing license and Game & Fish fall to appear: Kevin Hubble. Gillette. fines-S160, court costs-S20, jail-2 days, proba- tion-6 months, fishing privileges de- nied for I year, not violate any laws. keep court informed of address. No vehicular insurance & driving under suspension: Travis Rader, Gillette, fines-S760, court costs-S40, repay cost of public defender-S120, Jail- 12 months, sus- pend-9 months, probation-I year supervised, not violate any law, obey all rules and regulations of Depart- ment of Corrections. keep court in- formed of address. 4th probation revocation: Julie Rodrigue~, Gillette. suspended 52 day Jail sentence reimposed, un- paid financial obligation of $194.96 shall be converted to Jail time at rate of $15 per day for total of 64 days. may be allowed to pay any & all remaining financial obligation and be released after serving first 51 days. , Speeding S3/75 and fail to carry .............. d~wtm lic~ ...... Jeffrey Weber. Gillette. fines-S120. court costs-s40. Driving while under suspension: CraigGutekunst, NY, fine-S380, court costs-S20. Driving while under the influence of alcohol: Billy Valenta. Jr.. Sundance. finc- $750. suspend-S250, court costs- $20. Victims Compensation-S100. Jail-180 days. suspend-173 days. probation-6 months, not violate any laws. keep court informed of address. not possess or consume any alcohol or controlled substance, not be upon the premises of any business whose main 1tern of sale is alcohol, submit to random searches, view booklngvideo. No vehicular insurance: Elizabeth Dlnsmore, Hulett, fine- $400, court costs-S20. Jail- 180 days, suspend-180 days. probatlon-6 months, not violate any laws, main- tain liability insurance on any vehicle owned, not operate any vehicle not properly insured, keep court informed of address. Speeding 47130 and fall to appem. Matthew Kemerling, Gillette, fines- $198. court costs-s40. Driving under suspension, no val/d registration, and indirect con- tempt: Ranee Wadlow, Sher/dan, fines-s430, court costs-s50. Week of September 20, 1999 speed . NV, 77/65, $61: Jay rxk . SD, 84/75. $85: Peter I das, MO. 90175. $195; John Martin, CO. 88/75, $115: Lanra lV ulsky. WI, 84/ 75, $55; Enid tlcy, 77165, Allison Atieh. I~. 92/75. $200; Joyce Pmley, wA, 86175, Sos; Urio, WA. 84175, $85; Edward Riverton, 59/ 45. $98; Jeffrey Smith, IA, 83175, $80; Elby McCoy. ~n. 80/65. $170; John lsraay. SD. 82/75. $75; Alan Curl SD. 65175. $90; Michael Miller. SD. 88/ 75, $2 15; Jeny Avery, McorcrotL 40/ 30. ~ Jay Eri~. SD. 84/75. $85; Casey Harrlct, Buffa~, 86175, $95; Jer- emy Wesinver, HuletL 77/65. ~; Amanda Haverkama, KY, 74/65, $52; Marvin Gakln, SO, 85/75, $90; Eleanor Dusslln~ PA, 81/65. $73; NelsonWlcks. FL, 77165. $61; Gilbert Ezell. "IN. 781 65. $59; Zhi Huang. DC. 87/75. $I05; Amara Roe, MA, 83/75, $80; Oliver Karp, NY, 83175, $80; Allyson ShlpL'y, PA. 87/75. $I05: Tara Mills. Gillette. 76/65. $58. smokiug during school trip: Bonita Lindhol~ Sundance. $25. No ovendze permlt h e: James Clark. SC. $100; R~gis Dube. PQ. $I00; J~ Keltner. MI. $I00. l~Uto m~lat~la ~ommerdal vehicle: Kubacher Ranch. Oshoto. $150; S&S True]ring Inc.. Colony. {27 violations) $4.050; Foster-Moncur. Inc. SD. (2 vlo- lauom), Fail to stop at stop Edward Pefl, Riverton. $50; Joseph Bewker. Gfflette. $5O. No hesdlamp on - James Darby. MA. $50, W. Dale $50; Brian Heavrtn, NE, Lucas, NV, $50. No Dana Menefee, IA~ $50. Michael Kur~z, AZ, Gonzales. NM. $50; $50. Ride Bill Turovsky. OH. $50. Fall to obey AZ. $5o. of life Rebecca Rigdon, Gillette, Publi Vincent Merlin. Probation Christopher Olivas, posed fine 8250 for $810.00 to be a rate of $15 per Ddv and Wayne Glick. SD. costs-s40. Jaff-30 days. days. probation- I any laws, keep court dress, license, license and prior to being released tion. Buy. of stolen and Wayne Peterson. costs-S20, victims $200. restitution-: defender-$1336.50. Jail-l suspend-303 days, months supervised, submit to court a plan victims compensation and, pay restltut[on and costs as directed by and before can be bation, continue to Co. IV. continue Northern WY Mental change address of probation officer and Shana Bradford. Gillette. court costs-S420, pr months, not violate any court informed Driving while influence Daniel Duvall, suspend-S250, court compensalaon-$100 penal- 173 days, not violate any laws, not sumc alcohol not be on the whose main item of September 26. VIN check-& ~-vice-6. motorist mmsports-6, -I. civil assits- I. Accident- "~eR - item was plamant. Sundance Ambulance foot~ll game. Moorcroft dent, Selm'.ml r Other agenq assisted on an arrest. Clvll Assist. Arrest - S~bJect arresWd Accident - De Paged Dept. to accident. Six ported to Gillette for burning of the '~". SepCember Other a~ency assist a~M on a domestic invest~gatlor~ Atx:ident - truck tipp~i f~r to Rapid City. Paged Sundand grass fire south September 23. Accident invest ated. S t mber 1 -Arrest - foo me. ball player to Gillette. ball player to Gillette. Hulctt Fire fire south of Hulctt. to fire south of Hulctt. Department to one tlent taken De~t to resldent~" to CCMH. Rapid Oty. #U.WAYS