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t  = , Page lO- Thursday, Oaober l7,2002 Smokey the Bear and two members of his U.S. Forest Service fire crew came with Officer Richard Breese to visit Terri's Tenderheart Daycare. Shown above, starting in the back, is Terri Thompson, Ty Bjornestad, Justin Scotts, Stephanie Marchant, and Officer Breese. In the first row areTeila Mclnerney, Braylon Brekke, Smokey, Kole Schell, Tanner Hofland, Mollie O'Connor, Ethan Streeter, and Jerrett Schloredt. MOORCROFT SCHOOL EVENTS "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance October 1 7-24 October 18 - High School Football at Sundance 3:00 - High School Volleyball at Sundance 5:00, 6:00 & 7:00 - Seniors Announcements Preview Day October 19 - High School Volleyball Tongue River at Dayton 2:00, 3:00 & 4:00 - Cross Country Absoraka Meet Glenrock 3:00 - junior High Volleyball Districts at Upton 8:00 October 22 - BOARD MEETING AT MOOR- CROFT 6:00 RM. Sundance Community Education A number of exciting Commu- nity Education classes still V * have openings. .*. In Woodworking for Everyone, ":" Joe Price will help students se- :', lect plans, modify them if nec- k" essary, choose woods [and .o even order them), and then ** give them the guidance they :*i need to finish their projects. : Join him in the high school wood shop on Wednesdays * from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fees are :: $45. '** On Tuesdays, October 29 and :: November 5, Jan Eschedor will '.* show how to create a truly one- '** of-a-kind Christmas wreath :. made with items special to you *-..fromornaments your kids *" have made in school to cookie :' cutters or family heirlooms. . Cost of the class will include '* a foundation wreath. . Joan DeWall will create a ,= Quilted Christmas '" Wallhanging on Monday, No- ** vember 4,11, and 18. The jolly :.* snowman uses fabric scraps, .-.* buttons, and other items you .." probably already have in your .. sewing basket. The same pat- r. tern could be used for a hell- **- day table runner. Come to the :" Community Education office in " the old high school for a sneak , preview of the finished prod- * uct, Fees are $30. %, , Create a log cabin quilt with . doyce Speidel on Tuesdays, be- ' ginning November S. In this .' unique kind of strip block, nar- "" row fabric strips surround a ,," center square. An assembly ,*" line system will be used to ,,: machine piece the blocks for - the quilts. Fees are $30. :: Join Chef Steve Hilty on :Thursday, November 14 to -' learn to mae spectacular .. soups. He'll share his secrets *" for tomato and chicken noodle .- soups and New England clam :. chowder. " Phone Community Education :': at 283- 1030 or come by our of_ :" rice in the old high school for 'o" more information and to regis- ,,-ter for these exciting and cre- ,ative opportunities. HUL TT SCHOOLEVENTS October 17 24 October 17 -Junior High Volleyball at Hulett 4:00 & 5:00 October 18 - High School Cross Country at Glenrock - High School Football at Big Hem 1:30 October 19 - Junior High Volleyball Districts at Upton 8:00 a.m. - High School Volleyball at Kaycee 12:00 and 1:00 October 21 - Junior High Gids Basketball First Practice - Junior High Wrestling First Practice October 22 - BOARD MEETING AT MOORCROFT 6:00 P.M. - PLAN Test SUNDANCE SCHOOL EVENTS ! October 17-24, ..... % October 18 - High School Volle;)all at Home vs. Moorcroff 5:00, 6:00 & 7:00 - High School Football at Home vs. Moorcroft 3:00 - Cross Country Conference at Glenrock October 19 - High School Volleyball at Home vs. Big Hem 12:00, 1:00 & 2:00 - Junior High Volleyball District Tourney at Upton 8:00 a.m. October 21 - Junior High Gids Basketball First Practice - Junior High Wrestling First Practice October 22 - BOARD MEETING AT MOORCROFT 6:00 P.M. October 24 - DARE Parent Night 7:00 p.m. S00L00Se00aaa Missoula catwns00 Children's Theater Will Be Holding UDITIONSI October 28 from 3:30 - 5:30 at the Elementary School Gym in Sundance WYOMINGjCOUNCIL wfmqCewtm h Wyoming Republican Team A, on the Road "People-to-People Tour" U.S. Senate U.S. House Governor MIKE ENZl BARBARA CUBIN ELI BEBOUT Secretary of State Auditor State MAX JOE MEYER MAXFIELD :  Courthouse Basement Lunch served to public Republicans Listen to Wyoming Pldd k by the W P, ep Pafly, If RI. A, A. A, A, State Treasurer Supedntandent of CYNTHIA Public Instruction LUMMIS TRENT BLANKENSHIP . Monday, October 21 12:00pm - 2:00pm Iig Iig .all. m Iig tig Rt Bulldogs pluck Eagl Feast on slo,00py play 21 quick By STEVE HILTS_._.. ;e whole packageshemed to be coming together i'or the Sundance Bulldogs as they rocked the Tongue River Ehgles on Friday night, 47-9. Tongue River fumbled away the opening kickoff giving the Bulldogs the ball on the 16 yard line. Five straight running plays to Punk Humphrey covered the distance and Andrew Redfield kicked the extra point and the rout was on. On the following series Punk Humphrey intercepted a pass on the Sundance 36 yard line and re- turned it 34 yards. After three runs for Humphrey left a fourth and one, Shad Schloredt picked up three yards and the first down. Wade Ludeman then cranked up the passing attack hitting Paul Nehmer for 39 yards, a pass inter- ference on Schloredt, and a ten yard strike to Nehmer for the score. On the following kickoff the Eagles fumbled again giving the Bulldogs excellent field position. An 11 yard pass from Ludeman to Schloredt, a ten yard penalty for holding, and a 25 yard touchdown scamper for Humphrey, the third good kick for the point after by Redfield. Voila ..... 21-0 with five min- utes left in the first quarter. The Dogs never looked back. On the day the Bulldog offense had 327 total yards on 56 plays. Running the ball 42 times for 171 yards and four touchdowns, and 9 of 14 passing for 156 yards and two scores. Punk Humphrey had 18 carries for 121 yards and three touchdowns, Shad Schloredt carried the ball seven times for 29 yards, and Jacob Cornella had two touches for 27 yards and a touchdown. Wade Ludeman was 8 of 12 passing with two touchdowns and no intercep- tions, and Mike Aberle com- pleted 1 of 2 passes for 7 yards. On the receiving end Paul Nehmer led with four catches for 81 yards and two scores, Andrew Redfield had two for 55 yards, Shad Schloredt had one reception for 19 yards and an interference first down, Punk Humphrey had a catch for three yards, and Steven Gray had one for seven yards. The Dog defense allowed only 28 yards rushing on 33 at- tempts, and 7 of 22 passing for 102 yards for a total offense of 130 yards for the Eagles. Five interceptions by the Dog defense were spread around with Humphrey, Ludeman, Nehmer, Mike Follum, and Jered Crawford each getting one. Crawford returned his in- terception 15 yards for a touch- down. The Bulldogs won the turnover game with a six turn- over advantage. FUNERAL CHAPEL 208 Main Street. P.O. Box 678 Sundance, WY 82729 (307) 283-3334, (888) 642-2633 toll free Crook County's family owned and operated funeral home DAMON L. ISBURG Owner/Funeral Director A great outing for the Bulldogs as the winds idown to the playoffs. Next up Bulldog's platter will be the Wolves of croft for the final game of the season. is here in Sundance on next Friday I p.m.. Come on down and support your Bt Be there or be square. GO DOGS DOGS!I!!I Medicare Insurance... l00eStateFarm flexible affordable backed by good neighbor Call State Farm Agent: Jill Hartman 209 Cleveland Sundance, WY 307-283-2187 Like a good neighbor, State Farm is  State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois C/ for details on 'ave ee, costs, restriclions and ene,abil ote: These policies are not connected with or endorsed by Carolyn K. / Stansberry, D.P.M. Mark Gebbie, D.P.M. Call Toll Free 866-642-5051 Life Precious... Take C are of Yours Practice breast self-examination. Talk with your doctor. physical checkups, including a mammogram, regularly. Visit Our Marnmography Mobile Unit in ,. 283-2476 for an appointment. ATTN: As of 6-1-99, do screening mammos only on the mobile unit. JiJI Ii IIIIIlIJl,,. M; '00mmograpny Kelerral Center 716Quincy Street RapidCity, SD57701 In ocaion wh the American Cancer Society, "A Division of Radiology Associates, Prof. L.L.C." Servlng all of Northeastem Wyoming 716 QuincySt * Rapid City, SD 57701 Serving all faiths with dignity and compassion for over 45 years. Fully accredited by the American College of Radiology and the Food and Dru PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE W3t'OMING CONSTITUTION TO BE VOTED ON AT THE GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 5, CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT A The adoption of the amendment to Adicle 3, Section 7(a)(i) would allow a majority of the elected members of each house to special legislative session; The governor's power to call a special legislative session is not affected by these amendments. Article 3, Section 7 (a)(i). Time and place of sessions. (a) The legislature shall meet at the seat of government at twelve o'clock noon, on the second Tuesday numbered years for general and budget session and may meet on the second Tuesday of January of the even-numbered et session, and at other times when convened by the governor or upon call of the legislature as herein provided. The mation may also, in. times of war or grave emergency by law defined, temporarily convene the legislature at a place or places o # the seat of government. The legislature may convene a special session not to last longer than twent (i) Upon written request to the presiding officer of each house of the legislature by a majorit hers of each house, the legislature shall convene in special session; or CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT B The amendment to Adide 3, Section 7(a)(ii) would allow the legislative leaders of each house to call a special session or challenge to determine the presidential electors; The governor's power to call a special legislative session is not affected amendments. Article 3, Section 7(a)(ii). Time and place of sessions. (a) The legislature sha| meet at the seat of government at twelve o'clock noon, on the second Tuesda numbered years for general and budget session and may meet on the second Tuesday of January of the even-numbered et session, and at other times when convened by the governor or upon call of the legislature as herein provided. The governor mation may also, in times of war or grave emergency by law defined, temporarily convene the legislature at a place or places oth# the seat of government. The legislature may convene a special session not to last longer than twenty (20) (ii) The presiding officers of each house shall also jointly call a special session for the purpose of resolving or a dispute of any kind in the determination of the presidential electors. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT C This amendment would limit the governor's partial veto authority (line item veto authority) to apply only to general appropriations Article 4, Section 9. Veto of items of appropriations. The governor shall have power to disapprove of any item or items or part or parts of any general appropriation bill to Arde 3, Section 34 of this Constitution, which embraces distinct items, and the item or items and part or parts of the bill be the law, and the item or items and part or parts disapproved shall be void unless enacted in the following manner: If the in session he shall transmit to the house in which the bill originated a copy of the item or items or part or er with his objections thereto, and the items or parts objected to shall be separately reconsidered, and each item or pad same course as is prescribed for the passage of bills over the executive veto. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT D This amendment would provide that amendments to the Wyoming Constitution proposed by the Wyoming Legislature the electors of the state without prior presentment to the Governor for his approval or disapproval. Article 3, Section 41. Resolutions; approval or veto. Every order, resolution or vote, in which the concurrence of both houses may be necessary, except on the question or relating solely to the transaction of the business of the two houses, shall be presented to the governor, and before it approved by him, or, being disapproved, be repassed by two-thirds of both houses as prescribed in the case of a bill. presentation to the governor under this section shall not apply to a proposed amendment to this constitution approved by the legislature for submission to the electors of this state in accordance with adide 20, section 1 of this constitution. t  = , Page lO- Thursday, Oaober l7,2002 Smokey the Bear and two members of his U.S. Forest Service fire crew came with Officer Richard Breese to visit Terri's Tenderheart Daycare. Shown above, starting in the back, is Terri Thompson, Ty Bjornestad, Justin Scotts, Stephanie Marchant, and Officer Breese. In the first row areTeila Mclnerney, Braylon Brekke, Smokey, Kole Schell, Tanner Hofland, Mollie O'Connor, Ethan Streeter, and Jerrett Schloredt. MOORCROFT SCHOOL EVENTS "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance October 1 7-24 October 18 - High School Football at Sundance 3:00 - High School Volleyball at Sundance 5:00, 6:00 & 7:00 - Seniors Announcements Preview Day October 19 - High School Volleyball Tongue River at Dayton 2:00, 3:00 & 4:00 - Cross Country Absoraka Meet Glenrock 3:00 - junior High Volleyball Districts at Upton 8:00 October 22 - BOARD MEETING AT MOOR- CROFT 6:00 RM. Sundance Community Education A number of exciting Commu- nity Education classes still V * have openings. .*. In Woodworking for Everyone, ":" Joe Price will help students se- :', lect plans, modify them if nec- k" essary, choose woods [and .o even order them), and then ** give them the guidance they :*i need to finish their projects. : Join him in the high school wood shop on Wednesdays * from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fees are :: $45. '** On Tuesdays, October 29 and :: November 5, Jan Eschedor will '.* show how to create a truly one- '** of-a-kind Christmas wreath :. made with items special to you *-..fromornaments your kids *" have made in school to cookie :' cutters or family heirlooms. . Cost of the class will include '* a foundation wreath. . Joan DeWall will create a ,= Quilted Christmas '" Wallhanging on Monday, No- ** vember 4,11, and 18. The jolly :.* snowman uses fabric scraps, .-.* buttons, and other items you .." probably already have in your .. sewing basket. The same pat- r. tern could be used for a hell- **- day table runner. Come to the :" Community Education office in " the old high school for a sneak , preview of the finished prod- * uct, Fees are $30. %, , Create a log cabin quilt with . doyce Speidel on Tuesdays, be- ' ginning November S. In this .' unique kind of strip block, nar- "" row fabric strips surround a ,," center square. An assembly ,*" line system will be used to ,,: machine piece the blocks for - the quilts. Fees are $30. :: Join Chef Steve Hilty on :Thursday, November 14 to -' learn to mae spectacular .. soups. He'll share his secrets *" for tomato and chicken noodle .- soups and New England clam :. chowder. " Phone Community Education :': at 283- 1030 or come by our of_ :" rice in the old high school for 'o" more information and to regis- ,,-ter for these exciting and cre- ,ative opportunities. HUL TT SCHOOLEVENTS October 17 24 October 17 -Junior High Volleyball at Hulett 4:00 & 5:00 October 18 - High School Cross Country at Glenrock - High School Football at Big Hem 1:30 October 19 - Junior High Volleyball Districts at Upton 8:00 a.m. - High School Volleyball at Kaycee 12:00 and 1:00 October 21 - Junior High Gids Basketball First Practice - Junior High Wrestling First Practice October 22 - BOARD MEETING AT MOORCROFT 6:00 P.M. - PLAN Test SUNDANCE SCHOOL EVENTS ! October 17-24, ..... % October 18 - High School Volle;)all at Home vs. Moorcroff 5:00, 6:00 & 7:00 - High School Football at Home vs. Moorcroft 3:00 - Cross Country Conference at Glenrock October 19 - High School Volleyball at Home vs. Big Hem 12:00, 1:00 & 2:00 - Junior High Volleyball District Tourney at Upton 8:00 a.m. October 21 - Junior High Gids Basketball First Practice - Junior High Wrestling First Practice October 22 - BOARD MEETING AT MOORCROFT 6:00 P.M. October 24 - DARE Parent Night 7:00 p.m. S00L00Se00aaa Missoula catwns00 Children's Theater Will Be Holding UDITIONSI October 28 from 3:30 - 5:30 at the Elementary School Gym in Sundance WYOMINGjCOUNCIL wfmqCewtm h Wyoming Republican Team A, on the Road "People-to-People Tour" U.S. Senate U.S. House Governor MIKE ENZl BARBARA CUBIN ELI BEBOUT Secretary of State Auditor State MAX JOE MEYER MAXFIELD :  Courthouse Basement Lunch served to public Republicans Listen to Wyoming Pldd k by the W P, ep Pafly, If RI. A, A. A, A, State Treasurer Supedntandent of CYNTHIA Public Instruction LUMMIS TRENT BLANKENSHIP . Monday, October 21 12:00pm - 2:00pm Iig Iig .all. m Iig tig Rt Bulldogs pluck Eagl Feast on slo,00py play 21 quick By STEVE HILTS_._.. ;e whole packageshemed to be coming together i'or the Sundance Bulldogs as they rocked the Tongue River Ehgles on Friday night, 47-9. Tongue River fumbled away the opening kickoff giving the Bulldogs the ball on the 16 yard line. Five straight running plays to Punk Humphrey covered the distance and Andrew Redfield kicked the extra point and the rout was on. On the following series Punk Humphrey intercepted a pass on the Sundance 36 yard line and re- turned it 34 yards. After three runs for Humphrey left a fourth and one, Shad Schloredt picked up three yards and the first down. Wade Ludeman then cranked up the passing attack hitting Paul Nehmer for 39 yards, a pass inter- ference on Schloredt, and a ten yard strike to Nehmer for the score. On the following kickoff the Eagles fumbled again giving the Bulldogs excellent field position. An 11 yard pass from Ludeman to Schloredt, a ten yard penalty for holding, and a 25 yard touchdown scamper for Humphrey, the third good kick for the point after by Redfield. Voila ..... 21-0 with five min- utes left in the first quarter. The Dogs never looked back. On the day the Bulldog offense had 327 total yards on 56 plays. Running the ball 42 times for 171 yards and four touchdowns, and 9 of 14 passing for 156 yards and two scores. Punk Humphrey had 18 carries for 121 yards and three touchdowns, Shad Schloredt carried the ball seven times for 29 yards, and Jacob Cornella had two touches for 27 yards and a touchdown. Wade Ludeman was 8 of 12 passing with two touchdowns and no intercep- tions, and Mike Aberle com- pleted 1 of 2 passes for 7 yards. On the receiving end Paul Nehmer led with four catches for 81 yards and two scores, Andrew Redfield had two for 55 yards, Shad Schloredt had one reception for 19 yards and an interference first down, Punk Humphrey had a catch for three yards, and Steven Gray had one for seven yards. The Dog defense allowed only 28 yards rushing on 33 at- tempts, and 7 of 22 passing for 102 yards for a total offense of 130 yards for the Eagles. Five interceptions by the Dog defense were spread around with Humphrey, Ludeman, Nehmer, Mike Follum, and Jered Crawford each getting one. Crawford returned his in- terception 15 yards for a touch- down. The Bulldogs won the turnover game with a six turn- over advantage. FUNERAL CHAPEL 208 Main Street. P.O. Box 678 Sundance, WY 82729 (307) 283-3334, (888) 642-2633 toll free Crook County's family owned and operated funeral home DAMON L. ISBURG Owner/Funeral Director A great outing for the Bulldogs as the winds idown to the playoffs. Next up Bulldog's platter will be the Wolves of croft for the final game of the season. is here in Sundance on next Friday I p.m.. Come on down and support your Bt Be there or be square. GO DOGS DOGS!I!!I Medicare Insurance... l00eStateFarm flexible affordable backed by good neighbor Call State Farm Agent: Jill Hartman 209 Cleveland Sundance, WY 307-283-2187 Like a good neighbor, State Farm is  State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois C/ for details on 'ave ee, costs, restriclions and ene,abil ote: These policies are not connected with or endorsed by Carolyn K. / Stansberry, D.P.M. Mark Gebbie, D.P.M. Call Toll Free 866-642-5051 Life Precious... Take C are of Yours Practice breast self-examination. Talk with your doctor. physical checkups, including a mammogram, regularly. Visit Our Marnmography Mobile Unit in ,. 283-2476 for an appointment. ATTN: As of 6-1-99, do screening mammos only on the mobile unit. JiJI Ii IIIIIlIJl,,. M; '00mmograpny Kelerral Center 716Quincy Street RapidCity, SD57701 In ocaion wh the American Cancer Society, "A Division of Radiology Associates, Prof. L.L.C." Servlng all of Northeastem Wyoming 716 QuincySt * Rapid City, SD 57701 Serving all faiths with dignity and compassion for over 45 years. Fully accredited by the American College of Radiology and the Food and Dru PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE W3t'OMING CONSTITUTION TO BE VOTED ON AT THE GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 5, CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT A The adoption of the amendment to Adicle 3, Section 7(a)(i) would allow a majority of the elected members of each house to special legislative session; The governor's power to call a special legislative session is not affected by these amendments. Article 3, Section 7 (a)(i). Time and place of sessions. (a) The legislature shall meet at the seat of government at twelve o'clock noon, on the second Tuesday numbered years for general and budget session and may meet on the second Tuesday of January of the even-numbered et session, and at other times when convened by the governor or upon call of the legislature as herein provided. The mation may also, in. times of war or grave emergency by law defined, temporarily convene the legislature at a place or places o # the seat of government. The legislature may convene a special session not to last longer than twent (i) Upon written request to the presiding officer of each house of the legislature by a majorit hers of each house, the legislature shall convene in special session; or CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT B The amendment to Adide 3, Section 7(a)(ii) would allow the legislative leaders of each house to call a special session or challenge to determine the presidential electors; The governor's power to call a special legislative session is not affected amendments. Article 3, Section 7(a)(ii). Time and place of sessions. (a) The legislature sha| meet at the seat of government at twelve o'clock noon, on the second Tuesda numbered years for general and budget session and may meet on the second Tuesday of January of the even-numbered et session, and at other times when convened by the governor or upon call of the legislature as herein provided. The governor mation may also, in times of war or grave emergency by law defined, temporarily convene the legislature at a place or places oth# the seat of government. The legislature may convene a special session not to last longer than twenty (20) (ii) The presiding officers of each house shall also jointly call a special session for the purpose of resolving or a dispute of any kind in the determination of the presidential electors. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT C This amendment would limit the governor's partial veto authority (line item veto authority) to apply only to general appropriations Article 4, Section 9. Veto of items of appropriations. The governor shall have power to disapprove of any item or items or part or parts of any general appropriation bill to Arde 3, Section 34 of this Constitution, which embraces distinct items, and the item or items and part or parts of the bill be the law, and the item or items and part or parts disapproved shall be void unless enacted in the following manner: If the in session he shall transmit to the house in which the bill originated a copy of the item or items or part or er with his objections thereto, and the items or parts objected to shall be separately reconsidered, and each item or pad same course as is prescribed for the passage of bills over the executive veto. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT D This amendment would provide that amendments to the Wyoming Constitution proposed by the Wyoming Legislature the electors of the state without prior presentment to the Governor for his approval or disapproval. Article 3, Section 41. Resolutions; approval or veto. Every order, resolution or vote, in which the concurrence of both houses may be necessary, except on the question or relating solely to the transaction of the business of the two houses, shall be presented to the governor, and before it approved by him, or, being disapproved, be repassed by two-thirds of both houses as prescribed in the case of a bill. presentation to the governor under this section shall not apply to a proposed amendment to this constitution approved by the legislature for submission to the electors of this state in accordance with adide 20, section 1 of this constitution.