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-PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TIMES OCTOBER 26, 1995 STATE OF WYOMING ) IN THE DISTRICT COURT )Is. COUNTY OF CROOK- ) SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN THE MATTER OF THE NAME CHANGE OF MELISSA SUE BEAN CIVIL ACTION NO. 6626 NOTICE OF PETITION TO CHANGE NAME TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You will take notice that Melissa Sue Bean has filed a petition in the above-captioned matter to change her name from Mellssa Sue Bean to Melissa Sue Brandenburg. You are required by law to file with the Clerk of District Court and serve upon all-parties to thls proceeding an answer, response, or objection to this petition for change of name within thirty (30) days of the last date of publication of this notice. 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 matter accordingly. Witness my hand and seal of said Court this 4th day of October, 1995. CHRISTINA R. WOOD CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT B~. Astrid L. Teter Deputy Clerk publish: October 12, 19, 26; November 2, 1995 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THE COURTHOUSE IN SUNDANCE, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1005 I:00 o'clock p.m. Present were Major F. Miller, Chairman, Don Williams. Vice-Chairman, Alan Roberts, Member, and Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk. A meeting was held with Jeanette Smith, Bob Hadley, Bill Pannell, Gene Gade, and Jw Nuckolls, all members of the Planning and Zoning Commission, to review the Land Use Plan. Forty-Nine concerned citizens of Crook county attended the meeting to voice their opinions on the temporary moratorium placed upon all land use and building within the unincorporated areas ofCrookCounty, Wyomingwhich was approved by the Board on October 4, 1995 (ffyou are interested in obtaining a llst of those who attended the meeting, please contact the Crook County Clerk's office). The Board scheduled a public meeting to be held Thursday, October 19, 1995 at 7:00 o'clock p.m. in the Sundance High SchoolAuditorium. The purpose of this meeting Is to gather public input on the temporary moratorium. 2:10 o'clock p.m. The meeting adjourned to meet on Thursday, October 19. 1995 at 7:00 o'clock p.m. in the Sundance High School Auditorium. Major F. Miller, Chairman Don Williams, Vice-Chairman Alan Robert_s, Member Attest: Connie D. Tsehetter, Crook County Clerk PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THE COURTHOUSE IN 8UNDANCE, CROOK COUNTY. WYOMING WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER II, I~ I0:00 o'clock a.m. Present were Major F. Miller, Chairman, Alan Roberts, Member, and Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk. Absent was Don Williams, Vice-Chalrman. An emergency meeting was called to declare a vacancy for a county commissioner. Don Williams turned in his resignation Tuesday, Octo- ber I 0, 1995 Alan moved to declare a vacancy exists in the office of the county commissioners, Major seconded, all ayes, motion carried. I0:I0 o'clock a.m. The meeting adjourned to meet on Thursday, October 19, 1995 at 7:00 o'clock p.m. in the Sundance High School Auditorium to discuss the temporary moratorium upon all land use and building within the unincorporated area of Crook County, Wyoming. Major F. Miller, Chairman Alan Roberts, Member Attest: Connie D. Tschetter, Crook County Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE On September 27, 1995, Ultimate Caps, Inc. filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C. seeking a permit to construct a new FM radio station at Sundance, Wyoming. The proposed station would operate on FM channel 276CI, 103. I MHz. It would have an effective radiated power of 25,200 watts. The proposed station would have an antenna 48.8 meters above ground, I0 kilome- ters north northeast of the 1-90 / US-14 interchange on the west side of Sundance on Warren Peak. The studio will be located at a site to be determined. Cynthia Grimmelmann is President and 60% owner of Ultimate Caps, Inc. Karl Grimmelmann is Vice-President and 40% owner of Ultimate Caps, Inc. A copy of the application and related materials is on file for public inspection during normal business hours at the following address: 221 Main Street, Sundance, Wyoming. Publish: October 19, 26; November 2, 1995 WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID The Wyoming Department of Transportation will receive sealed bids in the Office of the Purchasing Agent, 5300 Bishop Blvd., Building 6189, (82009), P.O. Box 1708, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82003-1708, until I 1:00 A.M., November 15, 1995 at which time theywfll be publicly opened and read FOR FURNISHING JANITORIAL MAINTENANCE AT THE SUNDANCE OFFICE BUII~ING. A MANDATORY Pre-bid inspection will be held at 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, November 7, 1995 at the Sundance Office Building located East of Sundance, Wyoming. Only bids received on Wyoming Department of Transportation bid forms will be considered. Bid forms and further information may be obtained, without charge, by contacting Diane Ketcham, CPPB, in the Purchasing Office, Telephone (307) 777-4110. WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION BY: Sally Duran Purchasing/Surplus Administrator Publish: October 26; November 2, 1995 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THE SUNDANCE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITOR/UM IN 8UNDANCE, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1995 7:00 o'clock p,m. Present were chairman Major F. Miller, Member Alan Roberts, County Clerk Connie D. Tschetter, County Attorney Joe Baron, Facilitator Gene Gade, and the Planning and Zoning Commis- sion which consists of Jeanette Smith, Bob Hadley, Bill Pannell, Jw Nuckolls, and Rosalie Brimmer. Over three hundred concerned citizens of Crook County attended the public meeting to voice their opinions on the Land Use Plan and temporary moratorium. If you are interested in obtaining a list of those who attended or listen to the audio tape of the meeting, please contact the Crook County Clerk's office. The Board scheduled a meeting to be held Tuesday, October 24, 1995 at I:00 o'clock p.m. at the County Commissioner's room in the Courthouse at Sundance, Wyoming. The purpose of this meeting is to make a decision on lifting the moratorium and also appoint a county commissioner. 9:35 o'clock p.m. Meeting adjourned. Major F. Miller, Chairman Alan Roberts. Member Attest: Connie D. Tschetter, Crook County Clerk Sales tax distribution made for September The sales tax distribution to the municipalities In Wyoming for the month of September 1995 has been announced. From a total of $12,389,687.95 the counties re- celved $5,336,850.14 and the in- corporated towns, $1,738,585.66. Crook county's share was $53,628.58. The money received by Moorcroft was $14,621.38; Sundance, $21,675,11; Hulett, $8,162.17; and Pine Haven, $2,680.4 !. JUSTICE COURT Week of.October 9, 1995 Speeding Lincoln Lanning, Hammond, MT, 78/65, $70; Shawn Cook, Gillette, WY, 77/65, $60; Steven Wright, Ellsworth AFB, SO, 75/65, $50; Judle Traver, Missoula, MT, 79/ 65, $75; Gregory Haan, Sheridan, WY, 77/65, $60. Douglas Devers, Gillette, WY, 80/ 65, $75; Raymond Sheffy, Rotonda West, FL, 74/65, $I0; Roger Haluzak, Gillette, WY, 80/65, $75; Lucy Grantz, Minneapolis, MN, 77/ 65, $60; Bruce Lock, Avon, IL, 79/ 65, $70. Joseph Patterson, Tacoma, WA. 78/65, $65; Charles Gottlinger, Powder Spring. CA, 76/65, $55; Joseph McBride, Rochester, MN, 76/65, $55; Timothy Bell. Mukllteo, WA. 90/65, $]30. Fail to Stop at Port Daniel Birdsall, San Bernardlno, CA. $50. Trespass to Hunt John Cogley, Cheney, WA, $200; Richard Marasch, Medical Lake, WA, $200; Nlck Teel, Woodland, WA, $200. Marty Teel, Woodland, WA, $200; Brandon R~amer, Littleton, CO, $200; Eric Havelick, Golden, CO, $200; Robert Meulengracht, Golden, CO, $200. Waste Big Game Michael Chaussee, Poulso, WA, $200. Take Deer Without License Michael Chaussee, Poulso, WA, $400. Driving Under Influence Travis Garreau, Wyola, Mr, Fine $500, Court Costs $20, Victims Compensation $50, Jail 90 Days, Suspended 86 Days, Probation I Year. Contempt of Court Wylee Wilkerson, Gillette, WY, Fine $30, Court Costs $20, Jail 3 Days, Suspended Upon Proof of Insurance. James Reed, Sundance, WY, Fine $200, Court Costs $20, Jall 30 Days, Suspended 15 Days, Pro- bation 5 Months, 15 Days Super- vised, Control Impulse Evaluation. Demlan Heinert, Gillette, WY, Fine $I00, Court Costs $20, Jail I0 Days, Suspended 7 1/2 Days. Extradited Ronald Mahoney, Extradited to King County, WA on charges of Probation Violation on Burglary. Fall to Appear Scott Stouffer, Gillette, WY, Fine $200, Court Costs $20, Jail I0 Days. No Fishing License Scott Stouffer, Gillette, WY, Fine $100, Court Costs $20. AL Auxiliary holds meeting The American Legion Auxiliary met October 10 In the county li- brary meeting room with six members present. Opening ceremonies were by Donna and Doramay. A thank you was read from the Vets Hospital for cookies. Donna reported on new information and new ideas gleaned from the fall workshop in Lander SepL 23. Donna reported on changes Na- tlonal made in the Constitution and By-Laws and the ALA Spirit of Youth scholarship. The Unit Standing Rules are to be reviewed at the April meeting. The The District 16 Crook/Weston Make It Yourself With Wool Contest was held on Sunday, October 22. Eight contestants competed in the event which included two categories, constrqctlon and modeling. Kate Brengle wan champion in the Tot division with a 100% wool plum Jumper. Teresa Brengle, with a Western print vest of 100% wool, was the winner in the Pre-teen ares. Kasey Keeler was the Junior winner with a below calf length coat. made from slate blue cashmere wool trimmed with black ultra-suede. The adult winner was budget committee report Is due at the November meeting. Plans were made for the Carry-in Veterans Day Dinner Nov. I I at the Senior Center. The raffle drawing will be held and the Girls and Boys State representatives will give reports. The American Legion Memorial dedication will be held Nov. 11 at II a.m. Donation for Christmas shopping days will be sent to Sheridan Vet- erans Hospital. District President StJerna Beck of Buffalo will be invited to the No- vember 14 meeting for her visita- tion. The Hulett unit members have been invited to Join the meeting. Each member is asked to bring a can of food to each meeting for a community service program. The canned goods will stay in the Sundance community. October - Domestic Violence Awareness Month How Can the cycle of Violence be broken and prevented from hap- pening In the future? Crisis Intervention and Domestic Violence programs all over the country are actively Involved in education and prevention pro- gran~s. Education and public awareness of the problem can help to prevent future violence by teachIng young people alternative problem solving techniques which do not involve violence. Ignorance of, or simply ignoring the problem of domestic violence is tantamount to tacit ap- proval of the problem and allows it to goon. By making the public Including, ff not especially, health care pro- fessionals, employers and clergy aware of the problem and teaching them skills to recognize the vie- NEWS BOX (Cont. From Page I) SSSSq, OlS~SSttlSOSO~8@~@@Oe@iOS@i@t @@OioSle@~o@~ioie,OotO@i~OO@S@@SQO~sooS~lls Museum and gallery board sets meeting The Crook County Museum and Art Gallery Board will hold their monthly meeting in the art gallery on Friday, Nov. 3 at I p.m. The public is welcome to attend. Pre-natal classes are scheduled Crook County Public Health is offering pre-natal classes in November. For information or to register, call 283-1142. Teen Challenge to hold talent show Teen Challenge will have their 8th annual Acts of His Children talent show on Oct. 3 I. For information call Dana or Kate at 283-2544. Historical Society will meet The Crook County Historical Society will meet on Wednesday, Nov. I at 7 p.m. at the Museum. Anti-moratorium group will meet An organizational meeting of citizens opposed to the building moratoriuse will be held on Monday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. at the Lazy Y Steakhouse at Devils Tower Junction. All interested persons are invited to attend. Vivian Kipp with her 100% Interlined with Thlnsulate. Other participants Included: Brandi Amber Fowlkes, Rachael Moline, and Highflll. Kipp and Keeler will be the state competition in Pictured above are, left to right, Kipp, Kasey Keeler, Kate ITlghflll, Brandi Brengle and Rachael Moline. In front are, left to right, Kate Teresa Brengle. Photo by Patty i Homestake closes its Moskee land to whitetail tims, they will be better able to Intervene. Through intervention, victims can get the help they need to break the cycle of violence in their own relationships. Also badly needed are programs for the batterers with an educa- tional approach to assist persons invoked in domestic violence to identify their specific issues and offer alternatlve choices rather than repeating the cycle of violence. We live what we learn - victims and batterers alike. Jim Fay parenting class The Jim Fay parenting program, "Becoming a Love and Logic Par- ent", will be offered and the first session will be November 7 at 7 p.m. at the Sundance Elementary School. The classes can help people learn parenting strategies that actually work whether dealing with toddlers or teenagers. A schedule is beIng planned for class meetings that allow everyone to attend all seven lessons. Baby-sitting services can be pro- vided at no charge but it is neces- sary to call in advance (283-1227) ff this service is wanted. Homestake Mining announced after tation with the ment of Game and Fish, decided to close its land WY to hunting for the 1995s taft deer season. bythe closure is t 33,000 acres southeast of.' dance. Whitetail deer according to Wyoming Fish officials. Game Teter said, '~'hitetail definitely down." Homestake bellev6s that land management practice the hunting closure for ture studies will indicate the closure will be liRed in Homestake lands in the area will remain open to across Homestake remain open for access to~ and private lands the closure. What's the difference pessimist and an Anyone who cannot attend the first session on Nov. 7 but is still" he won't be able to squeeZe interested in taking this class, into a very small parldng please call Bob Campbell at 283- An optimist is a 1227. thinks THE DEADWOOD DOLLS AND DIME HORSESHOE will hold their ANNUAL NEEDY KIDS CHRIsTMAS BENEFIT NOVEMBER 1 & 2 at the Dime Horseshoe Bar in All interested in being part of making Christmas wishes true, are asked to bring a bake sale item to the Dime or before Nov. 1. The items will be auctioned during the Doll show with proceeds going to the Alice Schloredt Needy Christmas fund. Alice, who has been our resident Santa, compiles a list of' who might other wise not receive a single Christmas gift. 3:10 P.M. - Wyoming News in Agriculture, M - F" This program finds out ages of the children, and is sure that child has is designed exclusively for Wyoming listeners, to give farmers in the one particularly special present on Christmas morning. _ _.. "cowboy" state an in-depth review of the issues and events that effect For any information call Alice Sehloredt at 283.1448 o, Wyoming Agriculture. Feature interviews with key newsmakers are 283-2575. regularly included in this report: