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PAGE 10 THE SUNDANCE TIMES NOVEMBER 17, 1994 WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION CHEYENNE, WYOMING NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF AND FINAL SETTLEMENT FOR HIGHWAY WORK Notice is hereby'glven that the State Transportation CommJsslon of Wyoming has accepted as completed according to plans, specifications and rules governing the same the work performed under that certain contract dated January 21. 1993. between the State of Wyoming, acting through said Commission, and Rlaaler & McMurrv Co.. a Wvomln!_ Corvoration. the Contractor on Highway Project Number IM- 90-4[98}155 consisting of l~0nstructlon includln!_ Iradin~. drain- J~BgA b|t-ml-ous vavement levellnd and surfaelna, structure modi- flc4Ltlons, box culvert extensions, ed!e drain-installations and mla~llmneOns work on 5.198 miles of both lanes of 1-90 between ___MOO_~rO~t tunA_ S,mamnce fr_ _c~_ mllevolt 155.060 to ndlevost 160.258. and the Contractor Is entitled to final settlement therefor; that the Director of the Department of Transportation will cause sald Contractor to be paid the full amount due him under said contract on pcember 21. 1004. The date of the first publication of this notice is ~0v~beT 10. 1004. STATE TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF WYOMING By: John M. Richardson Federal Aid Supervisor Accounting Branch Publish: November 10, 17, 24, 1994 . NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 27th day of October 1994, Robert R. Maynard filed an application for a Transfer of Ownership for a Retail Liquor License in the office of the Clerk of the City of Sundance for the following described place and premises, to wit: 37' x 35' room NW comer, Ist floor of bul]ding located on East 18' of Lot 9 and East I/2 of Lot I 0, Block 9, Original Townsite, Sundance. Protests, If any there be, against the Transfer of Ownership of such license will be heard at the hour of 7:30 P.M. on the 5th day of December, 1994, at the Sundance City Hall. Lila L. Butts City Clerk-Treasurer October 28, 1994 Publish: November 3, 10, 17, 24, 1994 THE FO~G~N~R~UNTILNEXT~ WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LFATtAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID The Wyoming Department of Transportatlon will receive sealed bids in the Office of the Purchaslng Agent, 5300 Bishop Blvd. - 82009, Building No. 6189, P.O. Box 1708, Cheyenne, Wyoming. 82003-1708, until II:00 A.M., December 14, 1994, at which time they will be publicly opened and read FOR FURNISHING JANITORIAL MAINTENANCE AT THE SUNDANCE OFFICE BUILDING. A MANDATORY Pre-bld inspec- tion will be held I0:00 A.M.. "I~uesday, December 6, 1994, at the Sundance Office Building, located East of Sundance, Wyoming. Only bids received on Wyoming Department of Transportatlon 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) 777-41 I0. WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION BY: Sally Duran Purchasing/Surplus Administrator Publish: November 24; December 8, 1994 ~ : NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE By virtue ofWrit's of Executlons, directed and delivered to me as Sheriff of Crook County, Wyoming and issued out of Dlstrlct Court, S/xth Judicial District, Crook County and Crook County Justice Court and County Court of Campbell County, Wyoming. Pursuant to said Writ's of Execution issued by such courts the undersigned Sheriff has levied on the following described property: I. 281XP Husgvarna Chainsaw Serial #7330348 Notice Is further given that said property is currently being stored at 309 Cleveland, Sundance, Wyoming and that the undersigned Sheriff, will pursuant to said Judgement, sell the above described property at Public Sale, to the highest bidder for cash at 309 Cleveland, front door of the Sheriffs Office on the 29th day of November, 1994 at the hour of I0:00 A.M. Dated this 15th day of November, 1994. Criston Mellott Crook County Sheriff Publish: November 17, 24, 1994 IU PORTHm..," mdHmmHmH Nov, 5 An accident involving a vehicle pul]inga trailerwas reported. There were no injuries and no damage. A theft from a camper on a Forest Service road north of Sundance was reported. It is under investi- gation. A possible trespass west of Sun- dance was reported. It is under InvestlgaUon. Nov. 6 An animal complaint was called in from Hwy. 14 west of Sundance. All information was turned over to the Game and Fish. Citations Issued - 3. Motorist assists - 2. Nov. 8 Assisted the Highway Patrol in reference to a two vehicle accident on 1-90 two miles west of MoorcrolL Assisted the Port of Entry in reference to a truck that passed the port. The truck was found and escorted back to the port. Nov.@ A deer was reported hit on the Blacktail Road. A vehlcle was reported traveling west on the east bound lane of 1-90 from South Dakota. Officers had negative contact. One male subJectwas transported to Wright where Natrona County officers met them and took the prisoner to Casper. Nov. 11 Officers checked some hunters in the Moskee area. They found ev- erything okay. A possibly lost hunter on Hwy. 116 south of Sundance reported. The hunter showed up before of- ricers were dispatched. Nov. 12 Vandalism to a marl box m the Moskee area reported. Nov. 13 An accidental gunshot wound was reported coming in from Alva. Of- ricers checked and learned that a 15 year old was accidentally shot in the thigh. The subject was transferred to the hospital in Spearfish, SD. JUSTICE COURT Week of October 31, 1994 Speeding Fidel Delgado-Esplnosa, St. Paul, MN, 90/65, $130; Steve Katkov, ,~L Louis Park, MN, 72/55, $26; Noreem Camlc, Spokane, WA, 91/ 65, $135; David Ledesma, San Francisco, CA, 78/55, $90; Wesley Hayden, Casper, WY, 82/65, $85. SammyAllan, Moorcroft, WY, 74/ 55, $37; William Corey, Cary, NC, 49/30, $68; Michael Stock, Hu- lett, WY, 82/55, $II0; Shayne Bushby, Imperial Beach, CA, 75/ 65, $50; Robert Cale, Gillette, WY, 76/65, $55. Drivers Log Book Not Current Charles Lewis, Continental Ex- press, Little Rock, AR, $ I I 0. No Oversize/Overweight Permit Raymond Christman, Trlsm Specialized Carriers, Marietta, GA, $i00. Shoot From Public Roadway Charl/e Castor, Sundance, WY, $200. No Valid Fishing License Matthew Sampson, Hulett, WY, $i0o. Fail to Stop at Port Wayne Jackson, Trans Carrier, Inc., Memphis, TN, $50. Probation Revocation Robert Garcia, Sheridan, WY, Re- Imposed Fine $500, Jall 58 Days, Indirect Contempt of Court - Fine $100, Court Costs $20, Jall 30 Days. Scott Young, Gillette, WY, Fine - $150, Jall I0 Days, Suspended 10 Days, Probation 6 Months, Alcohol Evaluation, Report to Court Twice During Probation. Driving Under Suspension Clinton Torczon, Cody, WY, $400. Overheight Vehicle William Smith, iseman Corp., Rapid city, SD, $100. Donald Knight, Iseman Corp., Rapid Clty. SD, $100. No Oversize Permit David Shadid, Acme Truck Line, Houston, TX, $I00. Fall to Comply with Court Order Levi Cummings, Moorcroft, WY, Fine $I0-0, Court Costs $20, Jail 6Days. JUSTICE COURT Week of November 7, 1994 Speeding John Thomas Sayre, Billings, MT, 84/55 Truck, $220; Deborah He, San Francisco, CA, 75/65, $55; Dana Hloucha, Belle Fourche, SD, 79/55, $95; Jeffrey Shear, Belie Fourche, SD, 92/55, $160; David Rice, Casper, ,WY, 74/55, $32. Fail to TNJ Deer Randy Linder, Gillette, WY, $ 100. Oversize/Overweight Vehide Michael Schmidt, Dave Schmldt Trucking, Belfleld, ND, $35. No Ovcrsi~/Overwe~ht Permit Russell Wemer, Cedar Leasing, Waterloo, IA, $ I00; Donald Eachus, World Marine Transport, Chicago, IL, $I00. CITY COURT David Tonak, Sundance, WY, brake failure, $50. RECORDS ' mvo~ .... Gary Ray Haptonstall and Bobble Jo Haptonstall. Melv_n James Miller and Susan Christine Miller. Linda Anne Crawford and Clifford Chauncey Crawford. Bonnie M. Hillsman and Archie Clayton Hlllsman. November 6, 1994 Sheps 22-14 Gazette 21 - 15 ACC 18-18 Cowboy 18-18 Sundance Times 16-20 Savage 13 -23 MEN'S HIGH GAME Rich T~th 229 Kelly Lang (Sub)221 Bob Shepperson 204 MEN'S HIGH SERIES Rich ~pth 591 Kelly Lang (Sub} 555 Bob Shepperson 555 Bert Points 523 WOMEN'S HIGH GAME Patty Allen 190 Bettie Vrana 187 Nickl Toth 176 WOMEN'S HIGH SERIES Patty Allen 503 Bettie Vrana 482 Nlckl Toth 443 HIGH Sundance Tlmes 838 Gazette 822 Sheps 806 TEAM HIGH SER/E8 Sundance Times 2346 Gazette 2332 Sheps 2317 New driver-licensing facility in Sundanoe New office at 101 Cleveland UNIgU~ SCOI~.S Rich Toth 4-7-9 Ladena Buckley I-6-7-9 Mary Williams 1-5-6- I0 Rich Hillman 5-7 November 3, 1994 Farmers Co-op 20-12 Kritter Kutters 19 1/2-12 1/2 Warden Accounting 19-13 Alley Cats 16-16 Cad's Bait Shop 15-17 Starr Communication 14-18 Fuller ConsL 13 1/2-18 1/2 Sundance Equipment 11-21 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIE8 Judy Meisner 548 Cheryl Trigg 510 Coralie Lubken 489 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Judy Melsner 194 Deanna Gauthler 189 Karen Zahn 189 Cheryl Trigg 187 Midwest men are sentenced for game poaching In an effort to protect Wyoming's wildlife, the State Legislature in- creased the penalties for poaching during the 1993 session. Accord- ing to the new subsection of Wyo- ming Statute 23-3-102, anyone who knowingly takes an antlered elk, deer or moose, homed antelope, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, mountain lion, grlzzlybear, or black bear without the proper license or during a closed season is guilty of a violation punishable by a fine of no less than $5.000 and no more than $10.000. Until recently this new statute had not been tried in a COtLrt case. Chad M. Peterson and John R. Hall of Midwest pied guilty and were sentenced in Natrona County Court on November 7 to three counts oftaklng antlered big game out of season and of wanton de- struction of three mule deer. An investigation was started on these men in August following a tip on the Stop Poaching hofline. Further investigation by Game and Fish law enforcement officers Mike Choma and Kevin Jones revealed that one of these men had mule deer antlers in velvet at his resi- dence. These antlers were confis- cated and were sent along with the skull plates that were collected in the field to the Game and Fish Forensics Laboratory for compari- son and matching. The lab con- cluded the antlers matched the skuII?plates, thus placing the in- dividual to the crime scene. During the investigation, officers learned the mule deer were shot with a 22 callber rifle at night with the aid of a spotlight. The antlers were removed and the carcasses abandoned along a highway near Midwest. These individuals were charged with the violation of Wyoming Statute 23-3-102, subsection (d) for the taking of antlered mule deer out of season. Peterson and Hall were given a total ofone year in Jail, all but~elght days suspended, $I 1,570 in fines and each indi- vidual will lose their hunting privileges for 6 years. Peterson will lose his fishing privileges for 3 years and Hall for 2 years. Neither Indi- vidual can possess any firearm or archery equipmen*~ during a one year supervised probation period. A concerned citizen assisted in solving this case by calling the Stop Poaching hotline at 1-800- 442-4331. Anyone providing in- formation leading to the conviction of an individual involved in a poaching case could be eligible for a cash reward. Help the Game and Flsh protect your wildlife. D.A.D. officers killed in crash The offices of D.,~ Davidson & Co. will remain open in spite of the deaths of three corporate officers in a recent plane crash near Great Falls, MT. Yvonne Snider, Invest- ment Executiv~ from the Gillette office said, "Despite the personal loss we're all feeling our offices will remain open and business will continue as usual". The Wyoming Department of Transportation has moved Its Sun- dance ddverJIcensing service from port of erdly Into a new WYDOT Iocdon at 101 Cleveland. Pcxt ~ ~ Nov. 10, and licensing at the new slt~ began Nov. 17 at 10 aJn. Busine~ houm sm 10 a~t to hoot and 1 p~tto 4:30 ~ even/Thursday. The changes were made ~o pro- vide more emckmt, quick.er and ~ ~km at bo(h |he port " and the new licensing fadllly, traffic and shoaer lines win beneet ld cumomerL Those lolled were Robert Bragg, D.A. Davidson has 17 54, Donald Knutson, 49, and Eu- four western states including gene Lewis, 46, all officers in the offices in Gillette, Cody and DADCOinvestmentcompanies and son. Harold Graf, 50, the pilot. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN GENERAL ELECTION. OUR OFFICE STRIVE TO SERVE YOU TO THE BEST OUR ABILITIES. JOSEPH M. BARON CROOK COUNTY & PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Paid for by Joseph M. Bar0m To the Voters of Crook County I thank you for your support in the recent school election and I will do my best to further the education students in our schools. Earl Gray Sundance area Trustee Paid for by Earl Gray Thank You, Thank you for your support in the Board election. Zannie Driski THANK YOU - My sincere appreciation to District 1 voters for their continued support in the general election. Marlene Simons Paid tar b~ Our Thanks... go to the citizens of Sundance your support. Trudy & Arley Paid for by Trudy and Arley. for your continued support for me for Crook County Commissioner. I can be contacted at 218 Main, Box 800, 283-2203, Sundance, if you have problems or any questions. Alan Roberts COW POKES By Ace Reid "1 want to sell on account of my health. SinGe March I've had dust pneumonia, frost bite, heat stroke and foot rot[" Through ALL TYPE WEATItER...BANK COMFORT...from HOME! Use our BANK BY MAIL SERVICE! Sundance State Bank