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Page 8 - Thursday, October 14, #ill 8od Busters Sexy Seniors Spring Chickens 20O4 Caleb Sweeney 570 ~,v ,, ~~"w';n"" Ken smith 5s2 HANDICAP GAME MEN Jesse Reynolds 237 Rick Mills La~[Igue Guy Neugsbauer 223 Old 11mers HANDICAP 8gRI]~ MBN TF, AM wrANDINGB 11 5 Casey Tenke 626 Guy Neugebauer 623 10-6 Rick Mills 617 10-6 SCRATCH GAME WOMEN Recycled Teen-agers 9-7 Sage Brushers 8-8 Snow Birds 6- I0 Odd Balls 6-10 Eight Balls 4-12 TEAM HIGH GAMlg Spring Chickens 1173 Sage Brushers 1112 Sod Busters 1097 T]AM HIGH 8BRII$8 Sexy Seniors 3175 Sage Brushers 3162 Spring Chickens 3142 MEN8 HIGH GAME Guy Neugebauer 233 Ken Burr 194 Jim Rexford 188 MBN8 HIGH SERIES Gordie Speidel 529 Guy Neugebauer 498 Ken Burr 472 WOMBN8 HIGH QAMB Carol Speidel 186 Merlene Elwonger 185 Hazel Baker 172 WOMEN8 HIGH 8BRIIg8 Carol Speidel 492 Hazel Baker 439 Merlene Elwonger 433 ImIQUE 8CORB8 Ulric Hawken 3- I0 Olive Mellor 3-10 Ken Burr 3- I0 (]ordie Speidel 3-7 Carol Speidel 3-9-10 Frank Blakeman 4-5-7, 5-6 Karin O'Dell 3-7-I0 Dorothy Baron 3-7 Guy Neugebauer bowled a 223 game which is 79 pins over aver- age. Nite Owls League Cheryl Trigg 174 Diana Neugebauer 168 Carol Speidel 167 8cRMrCH 8ERIB8 WOlmCN Cheryl Trigg 507 Radonna Boyd 434 Carol Speidel 419 HANDICAP GAME WOMEN Vi Dominiack 246 Diana Neugebauer 232 Cheryl Trigg 227 HANDICAP SERIES WOMgN Vi Dominiack 679 Cheryl Trigg 666 Raflonna Boyd 629 Industrial League TEAM STANDING8 Sam's Construction 7-3 Tower Lanes & Car6 7-4 Basic Energy 7-4 Rozet Bar 6-4 Up Your Alley 6- 5 The Office 6-5 Al's Electric 5-5 Knapp Construction 4-6 TEAM SCRATCH GAMB Sam's Construction 884 Knapp Construction 854 Basic Energy 835 TEAM SCRATCH 8ERIlg8 Sam's Construction 2577 Knapp Construction2407 Basic Energy 2326 TEAM HANDICAP GUUflg Al's Electric 1061 Tower Lanes & Card1031 Sam's Construction1031 TEAM HAImlCAP SERIES Sam's Construction 3018 Al's Electric 2971 Knapp Construction2923 SCRATCH GAME MEN Bob Nelson 2"26 Bill Manke 224 Sam Haptonstall 222 SCRATCH 8BRIg8 MEN Bill Manke 629 Sam Haptonstall 623 Ken Smith 554 HANDICAP GAMll MEN Bob Nelson 252 Sam Haptonstall 244 Kevin Trigg 243 HANDICAP 8ERIB8 MEN Sam HaptonstaU 689 Bill Manke 680 Con Sharkey ~!, 638 8CRATCH GAME WOI~1 Shelly Mills 96 Rikki Fiedler 189 Cheryl Trigg 174 SCRATCH 8EP.IN8 WOMEN Shelly Mills 468 Ann Schutt 467 Cheryl Trigg 451 HANDICAP GAME WOMEN Rikki Fiedler 244 Shelly Mills 238 Cheryl Trigg 231 HANDICAP SERIES WOMBN Cheryl Trigg 622 Anne Fiedler 620 Rikki Fiedler 601 TgAM STANDING8 Dan Hart Patrol I0-6 Tenke Trucking 9-7 Weston Engineering 8-8 Shepherd's Service 8-8 No Names 8-8 Moorcroft Leader 7-9 Kissack Water & Oil 6-10 Team #8 3-13 TgAM 8CRATCH OAMB No Names 774 Moorcroft Leader 638 Weston Engineering 603 No ~. ....... 2092 Moo~Lead~ ~' ...... ]778 Westo~ Engineering1673 TI~UW I~AmICAP GAMB No Names 872 Weston Engineering 859 Team #8 848 TF, AM HANDICAP 8BRIlgS Weston Engineering 2441 Team #8 2415 No Names 2386 SCRATCH GAMB M~N Rick Mills 228 Caleb Sweeney 214 Ken Smith 196 SCRATCH 8BRIlg8 MBN Rick Mills 617 ommissioners ~...~.p.~, Currently the Commissioners depend heavily on contract consult- ant, Linda TokanTzyak who sits at the table representing Crook County as a "cooperating agency" on issues involving the Forest Service, Wyo- ming State Forestry, BLM, and Game & Fish agencies. *WeYe looking to complement her efforts and develop another resource to help us identify and respond to changes impacting the county," said Com- missioner Steve Lenz. "Linda does a great job for the county, but there's only so much one person can do." The Wyoming Conservation Alliance has experience dealing with Etive environmentalist groups such as the Biodiversity Council, Con- aervation Alliance, and the Sierra Club. "You would not believe how easy they make it for their members to comment on issues," Brighton mid. "99% of the people sign in {on the internet), click a button and that vote is used in court and affects the decisions and outcome." 8he reported many issues identified in comment periods around Wyoming have t~'ceived more comments than could be voiced by the entire population of Wyoming. "The result is people who don~ live in mtr state dictate resident's rights." Crook County can purchase a one year membership and the daffy t~Jearch services provided by WCA for $1,000. Should an issue in- volving litigation be deemed necessary, WCA will provide their ser- vice for approximately $125 to $140 per hour. At the time of the meet- ~g, Brighton rattled off a partial list of participating counties she had signed up on her trip to introduce her service: Converse, Washakie, Goshen, Platte, and Campbell. In response to the unusual nature of her firm's name, Brighton cited the irony as one reason for choosing Wyoming Conservation Alliance. "We believe the people we represent are the true conserva- tkmists. They have to be that way or they don~ make a living." 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