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- Thursday, November 11, 1999 / "WHERE THE KID NAME" The Sundance Times fire for such periods of lime as the Board may deem necessary and proper;, and the County Fire Warden Elvin Rush has recommended that open burning restrictions similar to last year b~ roagbom the county; and any violation of this resolution may b in violation of W.S. 35-9-304 punishable by up to 30 days in jail and up to a fine or both; BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HEREBY a partial closure, discharge of fin:works aad ." outdoor fires are prohibited in unimproved areas, defined as cropland, land, and undeveloped land which predominatcly r malns in its natural forested or range condition, except as below: Trash or refuse fir bctw n the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m., insi& containers provided with a spark arrcstcr and located within a cleared area ten feet in radius, are permitted. Camp fires contained within an established fire ~ at an established campground area are permitted. Charcoal fires within enclosed grills are pennitted. Use of acetylene cutting torches or electric arc welders in cleared areas ten feet in radius are permitted. Propane or open fire branding activities in c~ared ar~ ten f~t in radius arc pernutted. the Sta~ Land Commissioners, Bureau of Land Management, and State Forester will be provided a copy of this been processed. DETERMINED AND RESOLVED this 3rd day of November, 1999. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Chairman, Merle J. Clark, Vice-Chaimu~ George Will~, Member, and Attest: Connie D. Tschetter, County Crook County Justice Court - Week of October 25, 1999 SHAWNEE ABELL,LARAMIE,WY d2/75 75. BABATUNDE AGBAJE,AMES, IA 39/75 195. DANIEL MOFFETT,SAGINAW,MI 83/75 80. CHRISTINE WNITFIELD, ST. LOUIS,MO 90/75 195. SHAWN HERDT,WHEATLAND,WY 77/65 61 JON FAUCHER,MADISON,WI 83/75 80 JESSE HALLOWELL,ARVADA, CO 84/75 85 CLIFFORD RATH,BISMARCK, ND 84/75 85 KIMBERLEY JACKSON,GILLETTE,WY 84/75 85 JAMIE HURICH,GILLETTE,WY 83/75 80 TYSON BOYD,BROOKSVILLE,FL 91/75 195 MARC LOESCHE,VALPARAISO,IN 85/75 90 JENNY JENKINS,LARAMIE,WY 86/75 95 JEREMY WELLS,RAPID CITY, SD 86/75 95 CURTIS MARTINEK,GILLETTE,WY 37/30 78 THOMAS MURPHY,GILLETTE,WY 86/75 95 KIRK ALBERTSON, SPEARFISH, SD 74/65 52 JAMES MAGOON,KELSO,WA 83/75 80. LINDA HAMLETT,NEWBERG,OR 82/75 75. AMY HENKEL,MISSOULA, MT 86/75 95. VIRGIL VIRCHOW,SUNDANCE,WY 86/75 95. MATTHEW SHEA, PERU,ME 85/75 90. KENNETH LEHMAN, MISSOULA,MT 82/75 75. DALLAS EAHR,BELLE FOURCHE,SD 85/75 90. WADE ZENT,BISMARCK,ND 73/65 54. DELRAY DORALE,WATERTOWN,SD 82/75 75. LARRY SMITHEY, EATON,CO 88/75 115. NO MOTORCYCLE ENDORgEMENT: MIGUEL RUIZ,SALT LAKE CITY,UT 50. NO DRIVER'S LICENSE: ISABEL ANAYA-A, GILLETTE,WY 50. DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION: SHAWNEE ABELL,LARAMIE,WY 400. NO BRAND INSPECTION: MILTON WILLXAMS,GILLETTE,WY 200. NO OVERSIZE PERMIT: ARTHUR ROGEN,GILLETTE,WY i00. DARCY BOLLINGER,ROZET,WY I00. WAYNE KITTELL, KEWAUNEE,WI i00. TODD HARDING, NORFOLK, VA 70. all ayes, motion carried. f County Attorney, Mary Kuhl, County Treasurer, Susan R~lin~ County Assessor and Jay Smil~ ~ conf~mc~ discuss the [axes of the Sand Creek Country Club, Ndmans 77 Ranches Inc. and James Ndman. Amended and will be submiued to the Crook County Board of Eq,~li~6on for approval. FA~L TO STOP AT PORT OF ENTRY: STEVEN'TWITZ,DALTON, NE i00. JEFFREY MILLER,SPOKANE,WA i00. OREST PRYSYAZHNYUK, FT. WALTON BEACH,FL 100. LEWELLY DESJARDIN, FORT KENT,ME 100. monthly collections were colloated: of District Court. $ 4,224.68 Nurse. ' ,$ 7,628.50 ' Sheriff $13,755.60 , Clerk, $ 5,043.25 appro~d to pay for the County employees flu shots this year ~ by the Crook County Public Health Nurse. \ for Lots, 8, 9, 10 and 11 of the Centennial Subdivision to the Town of Moor0roR, Wyoming, will be c.ominued 1999 at 3:00 o'clock p.m. due to a lack of bids rec~ved. Submit the sealed bids to the Crook County at P.O. Box 37, Sundance, WY 82729 on or before 3:00 o'clock p.m. on ~b~ 7, 1999. Commissioners and Order Establishing a Private Road Contingent Upon Approval Y regarding the Marie McCoilum Private Road No. 230. C~orge seconded, all ayes, motion carried. adjourned at 5:53 o'clock p.m. to meet in regular s~tion ~ber 7, 1999 at 8:00 o'clock a.m. in the Room at the Courthou~ in Sundanc, Wyomin~ HANDLEBARS ~ HIGH-MOTORCYCLE: MICHAEL RUSH,LINCOLN,NE 50. POSSESSION OF ALTERED DRIVERS LICENSE 2 COUNTS: DEREK DANIELS, SUNDANCE, WY 400. NO PROOF OF INSURANCE: HICHAEL RUSH, LINCOLN, NE 400. EXPIRED CAR REGISTRATION: DANIEL MOFFETT,SAGINAW, MI 50. NO PROOF OF INSURANCE: GARY MORRIS,RAPID CITY,SD FINE-$380, SUSPEND-$380, COURT COSTS-$20 CUT LIVE TREES IN STATE PARK AND INDIRECT QONTEMPT OF COURT: TIMOTHY PHILLIPS,GILLETTE,WY FINE $100, COURT COSTS-$40 NO PROOF OF INSURANCE. INDIRECT CONTEMPTOFCOURT. DRIVE JOSEPH BRINDLEY,HULETT,WY FINES-$530, COURT COSTS-$80 LEFT OF CENTER. FAIL Mark A. Semlk, Chairman Merle J. Clark, V~ Attested: ~ Willey, Member Connie D. T~h~'r, County Clerk DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT AND FOR CROOK STATE OF WYO- MING MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LEVINSON, Deceased. Probate No. 5100 Is hereby given an Ap- for Summary D1strl- r has been District Court, Sixth CrOOk County, by Raleigh Cohen to Wyoming Statute in the Estate of Sylvia seeking to establish and title to the fellow- real property in of Ralelgh Cohen: divided one-half I,I- t la and to the following real property, to- I0: SEI/4SWI/4, /4 15: WI/2NEI/4, [/4SWl/4, /4 320.00 acres or less. With all lm- ents and appurte- situate thereon or appertaining or on this matter is for the 2nd day of 1999 at 9:00 a.m. in Wyoming. :Parties interested are unless they ap- ect to the appllca- facts contained In the for Summary Dis- Property shall shall be vested r rne of Raleigh Cohen, to the Last Will and Levinson. thls 9th day of No- 1999. FOR THE APPLICANT: Mark L. Hugh FIUGHES LAW OFFICE P.O. Box 456 undance, WY 82729 ( 307) 283-1313 III 18, 1999 Notice of Sale of Abandoned Vehicle Notice is hereby given that the following vehicle will be sold on November 15, 1999: 1978 Plymouth TraIlduster Vln #AAOBFgS323183 Mail bids to 41 Prairie Road. Moorcroft, WY 82721. Publish: November 4, 11, 1999 Ilia Week of Nov. I - 7, urday evening visitors of Herman, Margaret and Dan White at their home on Tower Dividd. Mary Garman attended the regular meeting of the Crook County Museum and Art Gallery Foundation held Tuesday forenoon in the art gallery of the county courthouse. LynDee Garman accompanied her grandmother, Mary Garman, to Spearfish shopping Saturday after- VIN checks-ll, traffic stops-7, pa- per services-7, motorist assist- I, p~- oner transport-I, traveler's aide-1, courtesy ride-I, insufficient funds check-1, runaway-1 warrant paper service-I, suspicious vehicle-I, gas drive off- I. November I, 1999 Trespass-deputy investigated com- plaint. Assist other agency-deputy was called to assist Sundance Police De- parUnent in a domestic dispute. November 2, 1999 Suspicious circumstances-deputy investigatei report November 3, 1999 Vandalism-deputy investigated de- struction of signs. Ambulance assist-deputy assisted on an ambulance call in county. Sundance Ambulance and Fire De- partment paged to residence, patient refused transport. November 4, 1999 Arrest,deputy and Sundance Police officer arrested subject on warrant. Other agency assist-deputy assisted Hwy Patrol with a disabled vehicle. November 5, 1999 Accident-deputy assisted motorist who had struck a deer. No injuries. Reddi report-deputies made contact with subjects and all was okay. Hulett Ambulance paged to resi- dence and transported subject to Spearfish. Moorcroft Ambulance paged to resi- dence, patient transported to Gillette. November 6, 1999 Animal complaint-deputy investi- gated report of cows being shot. Assist other agency-deputy assisted patrol in rounding up cattle. Hulett Ambulance paged to resi- dence, patient refused transport. Moorcroft, Sundance, Hulett and Dev~s Tower Fire Departments paged and responded to grass fire on Sunny Divide. November 7, 1999 Suspicious person-deputy investi- gated. Sundance Fire Department checked on Sunny Divide fwe from dight be- fore. Moorcroft Fire Department paged to small grass fwe Hwy. 14. Miller Creek By: Opa/O.dm I3o and Criss Rathbun made a busi ness trip m Rapid City Wednesday and were Saturday evening supper guests of Don and Melody Harem and daughter, Lexi, who live near Rozet, Wy. They delivered a belated birth- day gift to Lexi who was four years old October 26. Herman and Margaret White and son, Dan, were in B~lle Fourche Tues- day where they transacted business. Paul and Jean Conzelman were Sat- CURTIS MARTINEK, GILLETTE,WY . FINE-$58, COURT COSTS-$20 FAILURE TO REPORT ACCIDENT OVER $500 DAMAGE: CRYSTAL ZIEGLER,HULETT, WY FINE-$50, COURT COSTS-$20 DRIVING WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL: WAYNE BARRETT,DOUGLAS,WY FINE-$750, SUSPEND-$250, COURT COSTS-$20, VICTIMS COMPENSATION-$100, JAIL-180 DAYS, SUSPEND-150 DAYS, PROBATION-I YEAR SUPERVISED, NOT VIOLATE ANY LAWS, NOT POSSESS OR CONSUME ALCOHOL OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, NOT BE ONTHE PREMISES OF ANYBUSINESSWHOSEMAIN ITEM OF SALE IS ALCOHOL, NOT KNOWINGLY ASSOCIATE WITH ANYONE USING OR POSSESSING ALCOHOL OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, SUBMIT TOWARRANTLESS SEARCHES, VIEW BOOKING VIDEO, KEEP COURT INFORMED OF ADDRESS INDIRECT CONTEMPT OF COURT: EARL ELLIOT,GILLETTE,WY FINE-$20, COURT COSTS-$20, UNPAID BALANCE OF ORIGINAL FINE PLUS THIS CASE ~ONVERTED TO JAIL AT RATE OF $15 PER DAY FOR TOTAL OF JAIL TIME OF 8 DAYS. MAY PAY REMAINING BALANCE AT ANY TIME noon. deremy Garman assisted with an- other team-roping event held Sunday ,, afternoon at Deb and Harold Adema's big indoor roping arena on Sunny I Divide. I Fern Grubb Harper of Spearfish, [ Mary Garman, Gertie Lyric and Opal :[ .~.. 0ud~ me~ Friday at noon at the Aro .i .... " I : ~gstalzrant in Stzndance where they ' | ~ enjoyed ~g and visiting. They are They planned when they reached the four of the six members belonging to age of the big f'we-0 they would met 1999 the Shamrock Ladies Club of Sunny again, this is the year. Denise's parents, Jack and Annause Labmer. Mary Yemington took a flight from Rapid City Airport to Charleston, N. C. Thursday where she met two spe- cial girl friends from Florida. These 3 girls started first grade together and havebeen close friends since then. Divide when the club dissolved sev- Sam Yemington accompanied a era]years ago. youth group from the Catholic A/']re started Saturday forenoon in Church to Thermopolis, Wy., Satur- a pasture on Sunny Divide on land day where they spent the weekend, belonging to Reynard Mills, burned returning to Sundance in time for into the timber. Volunteer firefighters church Sunday. Sam spent Friday of Crook County responded and by night with his aunt, Sally Rogers, as dark it was beLieved to beunder con- the group left Sundance at 6 a.m. trol. The wind came up and/'~hters They reported a good time with other were on the fire until about one groups. o'clock in the morning. Sunday morn- Sam Yemington received his driv- ing, a few men checked on it again era license and chauffeured his fa- and still found some hot spots that 'ther, Bob, to their ranch home Sun- were doused by noon. It is believed day. someone, maybe hunting, had started Randy Leinen and son, Walter, both the fire in the tall grasses, of Rapid City, arrived at the Clay Moeller of Sundance was aYemington ranch Friday evening Saturday evening visitor at Opal where they spent the weekend hunt- Oudin's after he had bagged a nice ing. Bob Yemington and Will hunted five by six white-tail buck deer on with them. Opal's. Bill and Doris Oudin were Kenny Rathbun, Elaina and evening callers as was Chris Moo[ler Chesney took Denise Rathbun to the of Sundance. Rapid City Airport Sunday afternoon Herman, Margaret and Dan Whitewhere she took a flight to Mesa Ariz., attended the annual Hulett Lions where she will be taking another two Club pancake supper at the Civic weeks course in work pertaining to Center in Hulett Sunday evening, the school district where she has October 3 I. They reported there were employment. not many hunters there this year. This weather is so warm it is most Jeremy Garman was a Saturday unusual. When did we ever see fifty- overnight guest of Trennan Thomas five degrees at eight o'clock in the at Hulett. morning November 7? We saw that Steve and Tina Wood and sons, this year and they predicted a high Clay, Cody and Kyle were Sunday of eighty for Monday. (unedited) evening supper guests of Dale and Sherry Wood and family on Cabin Creek. Kenny and Denise Rathbun, Elains and Chesney, enjoyed shopping and dinner in Spearfish Friday after work. They were Saturday supper guests o! Notice Crook County Fire partial closure Effective immediately (as of 3:00 o'clock p.m. November 3, 1999) the Board of Crook County Commissioners are invoking a partial fire closure for Crook County until rescinded by the Commission. Under partial closure, discharge of fire works and all outdoor fires are prohibited in unimproved areas, except aS provided below; Trash or refuse fires between the ours of 6:00 PM and 8:00 AM, inside containers provided with spark arresters and located within a cleared area ten feet in radius, are permitted Camp fires contained within as established fire ring at an established campground are permitted Charcoal fires within enclosed grills are permitted Use of acetylene cutting torches or electric arc welders in cleared areas ten feet in radius are permitted Propane or open fired branding activities in cleared areas ten feet in radius are permitted Dated this 3rd day of November, 1999 Mark A. Semlek, Chairman Merle J. Clark, Vice-Chairman George Willey, Member Pinochle marathon= Marathon play is off to a good start. Bridge is in the third round and Pinochle should be finished with four rounds. The scores are an average of those turned in by Sunday, November 7. Bridge Mildred Durfee 31.010 Floyd Cart 30.852 Donna Allen 28.340 Norma Bernd 27.882 Bea Tavegia 27.497 Glenn Gregson 27.077 Jeanne Wyatt 26.915 Dot Oregson 25.197 Mary Ruland 25.173 Allen Edwards 25.140 Claudis Can" 25.038 Robert Sharp 24.653 Bob Beaudoin 24.642 Bonnie Beaudoin 24.376 Nubs Bernd 23.767 Jane Edwards 23.756 Marge Goodson 21.991 Sylvia Sharp 21.660 Glen Wyatt 18.893 deanette Mathis 12.541 Couples G .es Fey Carrs 27.945 3 Allen / Ruiand 26.757 4 Gregsons 26.137 9 Bernds 25.825 6 Goodson/Tavegia 24.704 8 Beaudoins 24.509 4 Edwards 24.448 9 Sharps 23.157 2 Wyatts 22.904 4 Durfee/Mathis 12.541 3 Pinochle Jacquie Mclnerney 5880 Ulric Hawken 5437 Janinne Rice 5320 Jeanne Lee 5080 Barbara Byrne 4955 Slim Hoing 4950 Sister Frances Schaf 4720 Frank Blakeman 4607 Larry 8yrne 4540 Terry McNutt 4370 Bill Rice 4310 Sheila Christoph 4260 Duane Hart] 4170 Doramay Blakemat. 4110 Betty Mclnerney 4020 Shirley Long 4007 Jessie Tachetter 3860 Pat Mollenbrink 3718 John Lor~ 3703 Mike Coy 3537 Joyce Hart/ 3525 Lottie Snyder 3254 Barbara Coy 3187 Fred Tschetter 3150 Lyle Brunson 3070 Dusty Glick 2902 Nellie Hoing 2150 Vivian Brunson 1100 Couples Games Played Mclnerneys 4950 I Hawken/McNutt 4904 3 Lec/Schaf 4900 I Rices 4815 I Byrnes 4748 2 Blakemans 4359 3 MoilenbrLnk/Christoph 3989 4 Longs 3855 3 Harris 3848 4 Hoings 3550 2 Tschetters 3505 I Coys 3362 3 Snyder/Glick 3078 5 Brunsons 2085 I The regularly scheduled Thursday, November 18, 1999 school board meeting has been changed to: Monday, Novembe 15, 1999 at the hour of 6:00 p.m. in Sundance at the Sundance High School. Board of Trustees Crook County School District Jerry Solyst, Chairman I IIII I I I II I I I CROOK COUNTY SUNDANCE MON. THRU FRI. 8:30 A.M, WITH PKGGY SYMONOS HULETT MON-WKI>FRI e:dl~ A.M. WITN FRt DA D NT MOORCROIrr MO W:D4=m 8:~0 A.M. WlTM Jim Otlr.HI.